About Art & Music Assocations - Performing & Visual Arts

Information about non-profit performing & visual art associations and organizations is provided for Tri-Cities Washington and other nearby communities including Yakima, Moses Lake, Walla Walla and Pendleton. In addition, a list of annual art and music related festivals and fairs is provided (see List of Cities & Counties and Area Maps).

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Performing & Visual Art Event Calendars

Performing & visual art calendars are listed for Tri-Cities, Walla Walla and Yakima.

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Walla Walla

Yakima


Art & Music Festivals

Music Festival

Art and music festivals are listed for the Tri-Cities, Athena, Benton City, Ephrata, Milton-Freewater, Moses Lake, Pendleton, Prosser, Toppenish, Walla Walla and Yakima.

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Allied Arts Association's Art in the Park - July

Allied Arts Association sponsors the annual Art in the Park festival every year in July at Howard Amon Park in Richland. The Art in the Park show features artists and craftsman offering a unique array of photography, jewelry, metal art, furniture, pottery, paintings, glass art and much more. Follow us on Facebook

Christ the King Sausage Fest - September

Sausage Fest is held every year in September and is the primary fundraising event for Christ the King School in Richland. It generates a lot of family fun for the best entertainment value around. Admission is free.

First Night Tri-Cities - New Year's Eve

Come celebrate First Night Tri-Cities on New Year's Eve at the Three Rivers Convention Center. First Night Tri-Cities provides a safe, friendly environment for families to spend New Year's Eve together to enjoy the visual and lively arts. A low-cost general admission button for family members ages five and over is all it takes to get into the different venues. Follow us on Facebook

Jazz Unlimited Festival - April

Jazz Unlimited is a festival hosted by the Music department at Columbia Basin College each year during April. This event involves about 4,500 student performers from groups around the Northwest, including high school concert bands, middle, junior high, and high school jazz bands, concert choirs, and jazz choirs.

RadCon - Science Fiction & Fantasy - February

Radcon is a fan run Science-Fiction / Fantasy convention held each Presidents day weekend at the Red Lion Inn in Pasco.

Sacajawea Bluegrass Festival & Dutch Oven Rendezvous - June

Each year the Mid-Columbia Bluegrass Music Association promotes the Sacajawea Bluegrass Festival which takes place during the second week of June. Follow us on Facebook

Southeastern Washington Cavalcade of Bands - October

The Southeastern Washington Cavalcade of Bands is the largest marching band festival in Washington State which normally hosts nearly 30 competitive marching bands. It is held the first weekend in October and the location switches every year between Lampson Stadium and Edgar Brown Stadium. Follow us on Facebook

Tour d' Arts - October

There are over a dozen artists featured in the annual self-guided Tour d' Arts in October. The tour features book arts, fiber arts, glass, jewelry, metal work, mixed media, paintings, photography, pottery, sculpture, wood and more.

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Tri-Cities International Film Festival - October

The Tri-Cities International Film Festival (TCIF3) spotlights short films made by fans on limited budgets but unlimited imagination, especially in the Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror and Comic genres. The festival is held each October in several locations in Richland.

Tumbleweed Music Festival - September

Each year the Three Rivers Folklife Society (3RFS) promotes the annual two day Tumbleweed Music Festival in September. It features live acoustic music from four outdoor stages, an indoor dance stage, arts and crafts vendors and of course, festival food.

Athena Caledonian Games - July

The annual Athena Caledonian Games is held in mid-July at the Athena city park. The Athena Caledonian Games is a Scottish Heritage Festival with games, events, entertainment, music, food and dancing that are founded in the Scottish tradition. Note: Athena is located near Milton-Freewater.

Milton-Freewater - Milton-Freewater ROCKS! - August

The annual Milton-Freewater ROCKS! event (formally the Muddy Frogwater Country Classic Festival) in Milton-Freewater is held mid-August at Richard Yantis Memorial Park. It has all the charm and ambiance of a good old-fashioned country get together from the Kid Zone to the Art Show and everything in between.

Prosser

Prosser Art Walk & Wine Gala - July

The Prosser Art Walk & Wine Gala features artists from all over the Pacific Northwest. The warm summer evening is a perfect setting as 20 local wineries offer their latest vintages. Area food vendors provide the fare as jazz fills the air.

Scottish Fest - June

The Prosser Scottish Fest is held the third Saturday in June at the Port of Benton Wine and Food Park. Activities, events and music include: Anvil Launch, Celtic Music, Pipe Bands, Clan Tents, Highland & Irish Dancers, Highland Heavy Athletics, MacPherson's Farm, Children's Activities, Scottish Vendors, Firefighter's Challenge, and the Flying Anvil Pub. Follow us on Facebook

Toppenish - Mural in a Day - June

Each year, on the first Saturday in June, the Toppenish Mural Society gets a group of artists together to complete a Mural-in-a-day. The artists invited to participate in Mural-in-a-Day are professional Western artists from throughout the Western United States and Canada. There are over 75 murals that have been painted in downtown Toppenish.

Walla Walla

Walla Walla Chamber Music Festivals - June

The main Walla Walla Chamber Music Festival (WWCMF) runs for over two weeks each June. The Festival presents over two dozen musical events at a variety of traditional and non-traditional venues. Over a dozen musicians from around the world comprise the acclaimed roster of performers. The Festival emphasizes smaller venues and close encounters between audience, performers, and great works of chamber music past and present. In addition, there is a mini festival in January.

Walla Walla Valley Quilt Festival - September

The Walla Walla Valley Quilt Festival is a three-day event that is held each September at the Walla Walla Fairgrounds.

Yakima

Yakima Folklife Festival - June

The Yakima Folklife Association promotes the annual Yakima Folklife Festival in June which offers over 60 performance acts to an audience of around 10,000.


Art Associations & Galleries

Kennewick Art Walk

Non-profit art associations and galleries are listed for Tri-Cities, Connell, Hermiston, Moses Lake, Palouse, Pendleton, Toppenish, Walla Walla and Yakima.

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509Art

Founded in 2008, 509Art is an organization that promotes and encourages the engagement of the creative community within the 509 area code. Their purpose is to gather together artists of Eastern Washington in an effort to bring about a new vision and resurgence of the creative arts.

Allied Arts Association

The Allied Arts Association and gallery provides art development, awareness and education for the Mid-Columbia region, including the cities of Pasco, Kennewick, Richland and surrounding areas. Follow us on Facebook

Arts Center Task Force

The Arts Center Task Force is the sponsor of the Vista Arts Center, which will be located in the heart of the Vista Field Redevelopment Project in Kennewick. We invite you to join us in transforming our community through this non-profit facility. Through your donations and sponsorships, we are the ones who can make the Vista Arts Center a reality. Follow us on Facebook

Art Gallery at WSU Tri-Cities

The Art Gallery at WSU Tri-Cities is located in room 102 of the Consolidated Information Center (CIC) on the WSU-TC Campus and features over a half dozen new exhibits each year.

Arts Foundation of the Mid-Columbia

The Arts Foundation of the Mid-Columbia, a non-profit organization, is passionate about art and culture. Our mission is simple: we want to enliven our area, the Mid-Columbia region, by promoting and celebrating art in all its forms, including collaborative projects and art patronage. Follow us on Facebook

Columbia Basin College Arts Center

The Columbia Basin College Arts Center offers art exhibits and a variety of theatrical and music performances.

Cyber Art 509

Cyber Art 509 is a cooperative of artists from the 509 area code (Tri-Cities region). They provide rotating art exhibits at local restaurants, coffee shops, wineries and professional offices at no cost to the business. If someone is interested in buying some displayed art, they contact the artist directly. Follow us on Facebook

Desert Fiber Arts Guild

The Desert Fiber Arts Guild is a weaving, spinning, basketry and felting guild. Their 117 members are from the Tri-Cities and Lower Valley. There are study groups for those with interests in basketry, knitting, spinning, tapestry & felters, weaving (both daytime and evening), and bead & basketry. Follow us on Facebook

Esvelt Gallery

The Esvelt Gallery has a 30-year history of operating on the campus of Columbia Basin College. The Gallery acts as a focal point for ideas presented in all manner of artistic styles, which operate on both intellectual and tangible levels.

Kennewick Art Walk

The Kennewick Art Walk happens the First Thursday of every month from 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm in Historic Downtown Kennewick. Numerous fine local and regional artists are showcased every month in a family friendly atmosphere of local business establishments.

Kennewick Arts Commission

The Kennewick Arts Commission serves to enhance and enrich the quality of life of Kennewick residents and visitors by fostering an artistic environment that develops a sense of community as it creates a number of public venues.

Watch a video created for a local Art and Economy Symposium that shows the benefits of promoting arts in the Tri-Cities to the community. Follow us on Facebook

Pasco Arts and Culture Commission

The Pasco Arts and Culture Commission advises the City Council on matters relating to public art and culture, including review and evaluation on matters pertaining to the acceptance, procurement, placement and maintenance of public art. The Commission will perform other functions as the City's primary resource in matters of public art and culture.

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Richland Arts Commission

The Richland Arts Commission provides recommendations to the Richland City Council on artistic endeavors in which the city becomes involved and acts as a representative of the community on such matters.

Tri-City Quilters' Guild

The Tri-City Quilters' Guild (TCQG) consists of 400 quilters who have joined together to promote quilting in our communities. They alternate between day and evening meetings, hold workships, make quilts for others, go on retreats, and have an annual quilt show each Spring. Follow us on Facebook

White Bluffs Quilt Museum

The White Bluffs Quilt Museum is both a museum and a support organization for all the quilting, weaving, spinning and basketry guilds and groups located in Eastern Washington State. You can attend classes in machine and hand sewing, quilting, weaving, knitting, crochet, embroidery, basketry, kumihimo, cards, and lots more! Visitors are always welcome. Follow us on Facebook

Connell - Wall Murals

Resident artists have graced the town with a visual feast of wall murals & sculptures, including Mei Ling's Dragon, Where the Wild Things Are, The Cloudburst, and Harvest History.

Hermiston Desert Arts Council

The Hermiston Desert Arts Council provides essential community art programs by growing their resources strategically through partnership and marketing.

Moses Lake - Columbia Basin Allied Arts

The Columbia Basin Allied Arts has been providing a wide variety of arts to a broad contingency of patrons since 1978. While a season of premiere performances are presented each year in the Wallenstein Theatre at Big Bend Community College, an extensive outreach program takes professional artists and art studies into Columbia Basin schools. Follow us on Facebook

Palouse Arts Council

The Palouse Arts Council represents approximately 1000 art and culture starved residents in Palouse Washington that neighbors both the University of Idaho and Washington State University.

Pendleton

Betty Feves Memorial Gallery

The Betty Feves Memorial Gallery at Blue Mountain Community College is a non-profit exhibit space connecting emerging and established artists and their work with students, staff and the general public in Eastern Oregon.

Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts

The Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts provides educational, social and economic opportunities for Native Americans through artistic development. Follow us on Facebook

Pendleton Center for the Arts

The Pendleton Center for the Arts offers fine arts exhibits, live music performances, arts education, and opportunities for purchasing and-crafted items made by regional artists. Follow us on Facebook

Toppenish Mural Gallery

The Toppenish Mural Society was formed in 1989 by painting an entire mural in one day to commemorate the Washington Centennial. Since 1989, over 70 murals have been painted on the sides of buildings that may be viewed by walking the streets in Toppenish. You can view a street map of the mural locations.

Walla Walla

ArtWalla

The mission of ArtWalla is to support and strengthen the Arts as an integral part of daily life, education and economic development in the Walla Walla Valley. Follow us on Facebook

Carnegie Picture Lab

Carnegie Picture Lab, a non-profit arts educational organization that was founded in 1971, provides art education and exhibitions to the greater Walla Walla community. Follow us on Facebook

Clyde & Mary Harris Gallery

The Clyde & Mary Harris Gallery, located on the Walla Walla University campus, concentrates on faculty, student, and regional shows that have special interests and professional qualities that may inspire both the campus and the community.

Donald Sheehan Gallery

The Donald Sheehan Gallery works to support the curriculum and to provide exhibitions that will enrich the artistic and cultural experiences of Whitman College and the community.

Yakima - Larson Gallery

The Larson Gallery is located on the campus of Yakima Valley Community College and defines itself as "In step with art and community." More than a half dozen exhibits are scheduled each year. Follow us on Facebook


Ballet

Mid-Columbia Regional Ballet

Mid-Columbia Regional Ballet - Tri-Cities

The mission of Mid-Columbia Regional Ballet is to foster and advance the art of ballet in its various forms in the Mid-Columbia region. Follow us on Facebook


Barbershop Quartets, Choirs & Choral Ensembles

Columbia Chorale

Barbershop quartets and choirs & choral ensembles are listed for Tri-Cities, Pendleton and Walla Walla. Inland Northwest Muscians performs in over 40 communites in Eastern Oregon and Southeast Washington.

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Columbia Chorale

The Columbia Chorale is a community choir that has been entertaining the Tri-Cities for more than 40 years. Follow us on Facebook

Mid-Columbia Mastersingers

The Mid-Columbia Mastersingers is a premier regional choral ensemble presenting outstanding classical vocal performances of the highest level of choral music. Mid-Columbia Mastersingers also sponsors the Mid-Columbia Boys Choir. Follow us on Facebook

Rolling Hills Chorus

The Rolling Hills Chorus of Sweet Adelines International deliver performances in original American art-form called "barbershop". Follow us on Facebook

Tri-City Youth Choir - Forte!

The Tri-City Youth Choir is made up of talented high school students from all over the surrounding area. Forte! is an audition-only show choir with a repertoire that includes choreographed music from a wide variety of genres. Follow us on Facebook

Pendleton - Oregon East Symphony and Chorale

The Oregon East Symphony and Chorale provides a dependable source of live orchestral and choral music with special emphasis on youth educational opportunities.

Southeast Washington & Northeast Oregon - Inland Northwest Musicians

Founded in 1999, Inland Northwest Musicians continues to offer fine orchestral and choral music and education opportunities to Eastern Oregon and Southeastern Washington. Inland Northwest Musicians is comprised of five performing ensembles. The Inland Northwest Orchestra and Inland Northwest Chorale are their premier ensembles. The Willow Creek Symphony, Willow Creek Singers and Wallowa Valley Orchestra are the youth/introductory preparatory ensembles. Follow us on Facebook

Walla Walla

Blue Mountain Chorus

Blue Mountain Chorus is one of more than 700 choruses in Sweet Adelines International. Chartered in 1974, Blue Mountain Chorus is a well- respected part of the Walla Walla Valley music scene. Follow us on Facebook

Walla Walla Symphony & Walla Walla Choral Society

The Walla Walla Symphony, Follow us on Facebook which is the oldest continuously operating symphony west of the Mississippi, offers concerts with the Walla Walla Choral Society. Follow us on Facebook

Yakima Symphony Chorus and Orchestra

The Yakima Symphony Orchestra Follow us on Facebook offers concerts with the Yakima Symphony Chorus Follow us on Facebook as the official choral ensemble.


Bluegrass, Celtic, Dance, Dulcimers, Fiddlers, Folklife

Traditional Arts

Bluegrass, celtic, dance, dulcimers, fiddlers, folklife and other traditional arts groups are listed for Tri-Cities, Walla Walla and Yakima.

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Columbia Regional Pipe Band

The Columbia Regional Pipe Band started out in 1976 as the Desert Thistle Pipe Band in the Tri-Cities. Today, the Grade 3 Columbia Regional Pipe Band boasts members hailing from anywhere between Portland and Missoula. We have been competing at various summer Highland Games throughout our region for the past few years.

International Folk Dancers of Richland

The International Fold Dancers of Richland has been around for over 60 years. This group performs traditional folk dances from the Philippines, South America, Europe, Japan, and more. They hold weekly dances on Thursdays from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Richland Community Center. $4 cover charge.

Mid-Columbia Bluegrass Music Association

The Mid-Columbia Bluegrass Music Association is affiliated with the Mid-Columbia Traditional Arts and Music Association. The members play and listen to folk music, blues, old time Appalachian, fiddle tunes, but mostly Bluegrass. In addition, they host an open acoustic music jam every Tuesday and a Bluegrass jam on the first Thursday of the month.

Sultana Dancers

The Sultana Dancers perform fusion style belly dance with influences from tribal, egyptian, folkloric and more. The Sultana Dancers are accompanied by a group of performance drummers. Follow us on Facebook

Three Rivers Dulcimer Society

The Three Rivers Dulcimer Society was formed in March 2003 to promote the playing and listening of Appalachian mountain dulcimers. Follow us on Facebook

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Three Rivers Folklife Society

The Three Rivers Folklife Society (3RFS) was organized in 1988 and is dedicated to promoting folk music in the Tri-Cities. They sponsor a coffee house, several concerts, song circles and the annual Tumbleweed Music Festival in September. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-Cities Steel Band Association

The Tri-Cities Steel Band Association (TCSBA) endeavors to promote and educate youth in the performance of music influenced from Caribbean origins (reggae, soca, ska, and calypso music). This organization currently sponsors four performance bands: 'Bahuru Marimba Band, OK2Botay Steel Band, Baduku Marimba Band, and Bram Brata Steel Band. They also conduct instructional classes year round including summer camps.

Tri-City Tappers

The Tri-City Tappers is an over-50 tap-dancing group established in 1994 and has a busy performance schedule. The Silk Stockings is their beginners group for dancers over 40!

Washington Old Time Fiddlers

The Washington Old Time Fiddlers (District 12) hold a monthly jam session and show the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall (Richland). Their regular monthly meeting is held the second Sunday of each month starting at 2 p.m. at Adult Day Services in Kennewick. Follow us on Facebook

Walla Walla

Walla Walla Friends of Acoustic Music

Walla Walla Friends of Acoustic Music is an organization that supports and promotes acoustic music in many forms. They also support many forms of folk and traditional community dance.

Yakima

Apple Country Contra Dancers

The Apple Country Contra Dancers holds regular contra sessions and classes on the 2nd Saturday from 7:30 - 11:00 p.m. at Broadway Grange.

Yakima Folklife Association

The Yakima Folklife Association promotes the annual Yakima Folklife Festival in July which offers over 60 performance acts to an audience of around 10,000.


Blues & Jazz Societies, Big Bands

Blues and Jazz Societies

Blues & jazz societies and big bands are listed for the Tri-Cities.

Swing Unlimited - Tri-Cities

Swing Unlimited is non-profit group that was formed in 1979 and performs Big Band era music at dances, dinners, weddings, parties, and charitable events throughout the Mid-Columbia region.

Tri-Cities Jazz Society

The Tri-Cities Jazz Society was formed in 1980 to support traditional jazz music. They are continuing to expand their presence in the Tri-City community by offering outstanding jazz concerts.


Broadway Shows

Broadway Shows

You can find broadway show performances in Tri-Cities and Yakima.

Tri-Cities - Broadway Shows

Broadway shows and more are held several times each year at the Toyota Center. Follow us on Facebook

Yakima - The Capital Theatre

The Capital Theatre is home to a variety of productions that are presented by numerous local organizations, such as the Yakima Symphony Orchestra, and proudly presents top-quality touring Broadway musicals. Follow us on Facebook


Community Concerts, Orchestras & Symphonies

A Symphony Collage

Information about community concerts, orchestras, symphonies, handbell choirs, classical guitar societies, and string quartets is provided for Tri-Cities, Moses Lake, Pendleton, Walla Walla and Yakima.

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Bells of the Desert

The Bells of the Desert is a handbell choir that has been in existence for 10 years. They play medium to advanced handbell music in concerts twice a year and at special events when invited. Follow us on Facebook

Camerata Musica

Camerata Musica has been bringing a tradition of chamber music to the Tri-Cities by presenting classical music by solo musicians and small ensembles in an intimate setting. Follow us on Facebook

Classical Guitar Society of Tri-Cities

The Classical Guitar Society of Tri-Cities is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1996. They are a fellowship of classical guitar enthusiasts and their goals are to promote classical guitar performances in the Eastern Washington area, raise awareness of their beloved art form, and provide a network for performers, teachers, students, and luthiers.

Columbia Basin College Concerts

Columbia Basin College offers a variety of concerts through the Columbia Basin College Arts Center. Most are open to the public and free of charge.

Community Concerts of the Tri-Cities

Community Concerts of the Tri-Cities has been bringing world class entertainment to the Columbia Basin Region for over 60 years. Under reciprocity agreements, season ticket holders can also attend concerts in Moses Lake and Wenatchee. Follow us on Facebook

Mid-Columbia Symphony

The Mid-Columbia Symphony has been performing for over 70 years and offers four concerts each season. Mid-Columbia Symphony also sponsors the Young Artist Competition that is held annually to promote and encourage talented student musicians across the region. Follow us on Facebook

Mid-Columbia Youth Orchestras

The Mid-Columbia Youth Orchestras is the premier youth symphony in the Tri-Cities, open to students age 12 through high school senior.

Moses Lake - Central Basin Community Concerts

Central Basin Community Concerts are held from September through April in the Wallenstein Theatre at Big Bend Community College.

Pendleton - Oregon East Symphony and Chorale

The Oregon East Symphony and Chorale provides a dependable source of live orchestral and choral music with special emphasis on youth educational opportunities.

Southeast Washington & Northeast Oregon - Inland Northwest Musicians

Founded in 1999, Inland Northwest Musicians continues to offer fine orchestral and choral music and education opportunities to Eastern Oregon and Southeastern Washington. Inland Northwest Musicians is comprised of five performing ensembles. The Inland Northwest Orchestra and Inland Northwest Chorale are their premier ensembles. The Willow Creek Symphony, Willow Creek Singers and Wallowa Valley Orchestra are the youth/introductory preparatory ensembles. Follow us on Facebook

Walla Walla

Walla Walla Symphony & Walla Walla Choral Society

The Walla Walla Symphony, Follow us on Facebook which is the oldest continuously operating symphony west of the Mississippi, offers concerts with the Walla Walla Choral Society. Follow us on Facebook

Walla Walla Valley Bands

The Walla Walla Valley Bands consists of a full Concert Band, two Jazz Bands and several Chamber Ensembles including a Clarinet Choir, Sax Quartet and Trombone Gaggle. They perform traditional concerts at the Walla Walla Community College Performing Arts Center in December, March and May. In addition, the various groups and ensembles perform throughout the Walla Walla Valley during the year.

Yakima

The Seasons

The Seasons is non-profit organization dedicated to enriching cultural life in Yakima and sharing their love of exceptional, interesting music. Through weekly programming, two major classical & jazz music festivals in the Spring and Fall, workshops, Artist-in-Residence programs, and educational outreach, The Seasons offers activities and events enjoyable for community members of all ages.

Yakima Symphony Chorus and Orchestra

The Yakima Symphony Orchestra Follow us on Facebook offers concerts with the Yakima Symphony Chorus Follow us on Facebook as the official choral ensemble.

Yakima Valley Community Band

Begun in 1919 as the Yakima City Band, the Yakima Valley Community Band has a long tradition of providing live music to the communities of the Yakima Valley through free public concerts including its summer series of band concerts called "Concerts In The Parks."


Drama & Live Theatre

Richland Players Theatre

You can find drama and live theatre performances in Tri-Cities, Dayton, Pendleton, Prosser, Walla Walla and Yakima.

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Academy of Children's Theatre

The Academy of Children's Theatre (ACT) was created in 1994 to provide dramatic arts instruction and performances geared especially for children. Follow us on Facebook

Columbia Basin College Theatre Productions

Columbia Basin College offers a variety of theatrical performances through the Columbia Basin College Arts Center.

Richland Players

The Richland Players has offered a full season of live performances annually and without interruption for over 65 years. Follow us on Facebook

The Rude Mechanicals

The Rude Mechanicals is a theatre company dedicated to the production of Shakespeare and Shakespeare-inspired plays. Our vision is to inspire a community where innovative, high-quality theatre is celebrated. Follow us on Facebook

Theatre... Not A Dying Art

Theatre... Not A Dying Art - as the first word in our company title implies.... We are all about theatre! Our goal is to bring professional quality theatre to the area, be it comedy, drama, reader's theatre, musicals, and dinner theatre. Follow us on Facebook

Dayton - Liberty Theatre

The Liberty Theatre offers family oriented movies, foreign films, and live performances presented by the Touchet Valley Arts Council (TVAC). Follow us on Facebook

Pendleton - Blue Mountain Community College Theatre

The mission of the Blue Mountain Community College Theatre is to entertain, enlighten, and educate the diverse community in and around Pendleton by producing plays.

Prosser

Princess Theatre

The Princess Theatre is a historical landmark in Prosser that has been completely renovated and is showcasing live stage plays, movies, and so much more! Follow us on Facebook

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Prosser Conservatory Theater for Children

The Prosser Conservatory Theater for Children was created to provide dramatic arts instruction and performances geared especially for children. Follow us on Facebook

Valley Theater Company

The Valley Theater Company has been performing in the Yakima Valley since 1962. They perform in Prosser's historic Princess Theatre.

Walla Walla

Gesa Power House Theatre

The Gesa Power House Theatre is a 342-seat performing arts theatre that was transformed from the historic power house located in downtown Walla Walla. This theatre stages professional productions featuring the works of William Shakespeare as well as productions devoted to classical music and popular entertainment. Follow us on Facebook

Harper Joy Theatre

The Department of Theatre at Whitman College offers several theatrical performances at the Harper Joy Theatre.

Little Theatre of Walla Walla

The Little Theatre of Walla Walla has been producing "Good Plays, Done Well... Since 1944." Follow us on Facebook

Shakespeare Walla Walla

Shakespeare Walla Walla is providing professional Shakespearian theatre and youth theatre education to Walla Walla Valley residents and visitors. In addition, this organization is renovating the old Walla Walla power house into the Gesa Power House Theatre based on the original design by William Shakespeare for his plays. Follow us on Facebook

Yakima

The Capital Theatre

The Capital Theatre is home to a variety of productions that are presented by numerous local organizations, such as the 4th Street Theatre, the Yakima Symphony Orchestra, and proudly presents top-quality touring Broadway musicals. Follow us on Facebook

The Warehouse Theatre Company

The Warehouse Theatre Company (WTC) has provided affordable live theatre to the Yakima Valley for almost sixty years. WTC produces five shows in an intimate 200 seat theatre at the Allied Arts Center -- originally a fruit warehouse!


Opera - Mid-Columbia Musical Theatre

Richland Light Opera

In the more than fifty years since their first performance, the Mid-Columbia Musical Theatre (formerly the Richland Light Opera Company) has produced over ninety operas and musicals. Follow us on Facebook

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