|Thursday, February 26, 2015
Thursday, February 26, 2015
GET TICKETS NOW! "Angels in America" at Olympia Little Theatre:
Don't miss this two-part Pulitzer Prize-winning adult drama about the AIDS crisis in America. "Angels In America" is harrowing, uproarious and magical - warning: explicit sexual language.
Part 1: Millennium Approaches, Thursday-Saturday, February 19th-21st, 7:55pm and Sunday, February 22nd, 1:55pm.
Part 2: Perestroika, Thursday-Saturday, February 26th-28th, 7:55pm and Sunday, March 1st, 1:55pm.
Thursday-Saturday, Feb. 19th-21st & Feb. 26th-28th, 7:55pm; Sunday Feb. 22nd & March 1st, 1:55pm
Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave. NE, Olympia
Downtown Ambassadors Benefit at the Brotherhood:
The Olympia Downtown Ambassadors Program will host a benefit event! Half the proceeds will go toward the Ambassadors program, which promotes downtown Olympia, helping shoppers and others who are in the area.
Thursday, February 26th, 4-9pm. Learn more about the program at www.facebook.com/DowntownAmbassadors.
Thursday, February 26th, 4-9pm
The Brotherhood Lounge, 119 Capitol Way N., Olympia
League of Women Voters Meeting on Water Quality:
Fish consumption rates, a value that is directly tied to water quality, will be the focus of the next League of Women Voters general meeting. 38th District Senator John McCoy, a Tulalip tribal member will be the featured speaker. Thursday, February 26th,
6:30pm. The event begins with social time at 6pm. Call 360-352-8220 or visit www.lwvthurston.org
for more details.
Thursday, February 26th, 6pm
Traditions World Cafe & Folk Art, 300 5th Ave. SW, Olympia
Tiny Carbon Footprint Communities Presentation:
Author-transportation expert Julie Rodwell will speak on accommodating growth by utilizing Tiny Carbon Footprint communities, an essential part of the solution to the climate crisis. She'll also talk about her forthcoming book Tiny Footprints: Housing Ourselves Sustainably as We Grow and the Land Shrinks Thursday, February 26th, 6:30-8:30pm. Refreshments will be served at 6:30pm. Call 360-280-9413 for more information.
Thursday, February 26th, 6:30-8:30pm
Eastside Urban Farm & Garden Center, 2326 East 4th Ave., Olympia
GET TICKETS NOW! Comedy In the Box Series:
Laugh again and again as a headlining act and two opening performers - plus full bar - light up the "Comedy In the Box" series. Some comedians are more "blue" than others, so you'll never know what's coming your way. 21 and over. Thursday, February 26th, 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 - see www.washingtoncenter.org or call 360-753-8585 for details.
Thursday, February 26th, 7:30pm
Washington Center for the Performing Arts Black Box Theater, 512 Washington St. SE, Olympia
GET TICKETS NOW! "The Miracle Worker" at Lakewood Playhouse:
"The Miracle Worker" is the inspirational story of Helen Keller and her teacher Annie Sullivan. Sullivan's unshakable faith that Keller - unable to speak, hear or see since childhood - will learn to survive and thrive in the world through the eyes and ears of others, continues to move audiences. Thursday-Sunday, February 19th-March 15th, 8pm (Sunday shows at 2pm). There are also three "Pay What You Can" Thursdays at 8pm: February 19th, February 26th, March 5th (Actors' Benefit). Call the Lakewood Playhouse box office for more information: 253-588-0042.
Thursday-Sunday, February 19th-March 15th, 8pm (Sunday 2pm)
Lakewood Playhouse, 5729 Lakewood Towne Center Blvd., Lakewood
Cormac McCarthy's "The Sunset Limited" On Stage:
Working Class Theater Northwest presents "The Sunset Limited." In the play, Cormac McCarthy, author of The Road, All the Pretty Horses, and No Country for Old Men, explores religion through the dynamic lens of American race relations. Directed by Tim Samland and starring Aaron Bredlau (White) and Jack House (Black), "The Sunset Limited" begins immediately after Black rescues White from jumping in front of a train. From that chance meeting, the two men explore the depths of faith and conviction that have led them down such opposite paths.
"The Sunset Limited" opens in Tacoma on Thursday, February 12 at Tacoma Youth Theater, 924 Broadway, with a pay-what-you-can preview. The show continues on February 13-14, 19-22, 26-28 before moving to Olympia’s Midnight Sun, 113 N. Columbia St., for a run Thursday-Sunday March 5-8. All performances are at 8pm. Suggested donation is $12 for general tickets and $10 for students, seniors, military and union members. Tickets are available online for both the Tacoma and Olympia performances, http://sunsetlimitedolympia.brownpapertickets.com, or at the door. Email firstname.lastname@example.org about group discounts.
Tacoma Feb. 12-28 and Olympia March 5-8 at 8pm
Tacoma Youth Theater, 924 Broadway, Feb. 12-28. Midnight Sun (Olympia), 113 N. Columbia March 5-8
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