Western Washington Center for the Arts: Non-Profit Theatre on Waterfront
In 2002, a group that had previously been known as First Onstage Productions went through a reorganization. Their efforts produced what is now known as Western Washington Center for the Arts, after the aquisition of theatre performance space along Bay Street in Port Orchard.
The 1918 building, affectionately called "The Little Playhouse on the Waterfront", hosts regular evening live theatre shows, as well as some childrens programs.
The current schedule has some fairly significant breaks during the summer months, but otherwise a fairly extensive schedule of shows fairly far into 2011.
The theatre organization is a non-profit, and as an all volunteer organization you can expect some things to be lacking that you might find in the big theatres in Seattle. One of the things you will find lacking is a high priced ticket: the most expensive ticket in the house is a $16 adult ticket.
Dress Code: Wearing clothes is highly recommended. Some sort of "semi-formal" would be preferred.
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