Village Theatre Announces 2023-2024 Season

The 2023-2024 season runs from September 13, 2023, to July 14, 2024.

Village Theatre Announces 2023-2024 Season

Under new leadership, Village Theatre has announced their 2023-2024 season, which features a collection of extraordinary musicals and plays that will bring exquisite music, unforgettable stories, and powerful theatricality to Village's venues in both Issaquah and Everett, Washington.

The season-the first programmed by Artistic Director Adam Immerwahr and Managing Director Laura Lee-includes Ken Ludwig's Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood, a zany and inventive swashbuckling comedy that takes us on Robin Hood's adventures with his merry men-and women!-as they fight for what's right; Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, which tells the true story of chart-topping legend Carole King's rise from teenage songwriter to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, as she finds her own true voice and brings us the music of a generation; Becoming Dr. Ruth, the triumphant and life-affirming story of a woman who-through her perseverance, indefatigable spirit and bravery-becomes America's favorite sex therapist; The Fantasticks, America's beloved longest-running musical with its breathtaking poetry, theatrical sophistication, and timeless songs with a newly revised script; and Once On This Island, a captivating and imaginative dance-filled fairy tale adaptation of The Little Mermaid, overflowing with love, grief, faith, and hope.

"This is a new day and a new adventure for Village Theatre," said Artistic Director Adam Immerwahr, whose tenure at Village began in July of 2022. "In my first season, I wanted to bring Village's audiences joy, celebration, and heart-warming stories that take us on an adventure around the world. With sumptuous music, extraordinary theatricality, and terrific storytelling, these five wonderful pieces of theater promise to entertain, challenge, and delight audiences of all ages. I can't wait for the adventure to begin!"

The 2023-2024 season runs from September 13, 2023, to July 14, 2024. Five-show season subscription prices range from $160 to $485 per person. Subscriptions include reserved seats, free ticket exchanges, savings on additional single tickets, and discounts at participating businesses with our Patron Rewards card.

In addition to the five mainstage shows, Village's robust Youth Education Program (KIDSTAGE) and New Works Program (Village Originals) will be announcing additional programming in the coming months.

"Working in partnership with Adam as we've programmed this season, I can see what we have in store for the future of Village Theatre," said Managing Director Laura Lee, who also started at Village in July of 2022. "This season will be full of love, full of humor, full of heartwarming and heartbreaking stories, a season that is both uplifting and life-affirming. It is a season full of theatrical invention, toe-tapping music, and bravura performances-one that brings our whole community together to celebrate the extraordinary power of live performing arts. And most importantly, I can see first-hand from watching Adam's season and artist selection process that it is a season designed for you."


Five Productions Set for The University Of Washington School Of Drama 2023-24 Public Season

The School of Drama at the University of Washington has announced its 2023-24 public season.

ArtsWest to Welcome New Managing Director Inji Kamel

The Board of Directors at ArtsWest has announced that Inji Kamel is joining the team as ArtsWest's new Managing Director effective May 22, 2023.  Her ties within the arts community, broad experience in theater management and production, and deep commitment to the same values ArtsWest holds made her a fabulous candidate for this position. The addition of Inji as Managing Director completes the ArtsWest team, and the company is planning for the future with vision and enthusiasm.

Review: HELLO, DOLLY! at Village Theatre

In the musical theater world, there are classics and then there are Classics (with the big “C”). Jerry Herman’s “Hello, Dolly!” is certainly a big “C” Classic and I’m here to fight anyone who says different. It’s a delicious throwback to the Golden Age of musicals and certainly a star vehicle for the right star. And speaking of the right star, the current production of “Dolly”, currently playing at Village Theatre, shows just how good this Classic can be with the incredible Bobbi Kotula in the title role who proves that she’s not a star, but a Star!

Review: UNNECESSARY FARCE at Driftwood Theater

UNNECESSARY FARCE at the Driftwood Theatre is a fast-paced, adrenaline-fueled, high-octane laugh-fest. If your funny bone is out of practice, this show will whip you into shape in no time. From slapstick, innuendo, deadpan, comedy of errors, and wordplay, UNNECESSARY FARCE finds a million different ways to make you laugh.What did our critic think of UNNECESSARY FARCE at Driftwood Theater?


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