ORDER NOW, Save Your Seat!

ORDER NOW, Save Your Seat!

An original NEW musical based on the award-winning picture book.
Directed by Lisa Mantchev, Bonne Smith & Danny Willis
Musical Direction by Linda Dowdell
September 1–10, 2017
Reserved seating tickets available now.
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There’s always something going on at Olympic Theatre Arts. Check out the links below to find out what’s happening NOW.

Main Stage

All of our main stage productions are staged on the Elaine and Robert Caldwell Main Stage venue with reserved seating available online or by calling (360) 683-7326 or visiting the theatre Box Office, Monday–Friday, 1:00–5:00 p.m., or at the door before the show.

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 OFF Stage

Olympic Theatre Arts First Friday (Off Stage) offers performance art as a participant in Sequim’s First Friday Art Walk.  We offer, music, dance, poetry reading, storytelling and improv to name a few!  Let us know if you have a brief show you would like us to consider.  Performances begin between 5:30 and 6:30 (it varies month to month) and run an hour or less.  Admission is FREE and our bar is open!

Special Events

Olympic Theatre Arts boasts a beautiful venue appropriate for many forms of entertainment and performances.  Many talented groups in our community upon occasion have arranged to hold benefit performances to further our mission and aid in our fundraising efforts.  Look here for musical concerts, ballet performances, choral, and virtuoso shows.

 

Please note that Special Event tickets are not available online. They may be purchased at the door before the show or by calling (360) 683-7326 or visiting the theatre Box Office, Monday–Friday, 1:00–5:00 p.m.  Seating is non-reserved, festival style.

Previously at OTA

Take a look at where we have been!  Since 1980, Olympic Theatre Arts has been staging performances in Sequim to showcase the amazing talent that thrives here on the Olympic Peninsula.