Built in 1928, Hoquiam’s 7th Street Theatre is one of the few remaining atmospheric-style theatres on the West Coast.
The theatre’s unique interior, adopted from the works of John Eberson, transforms the interior into a simulated open-air playhouse with a painted “sky” ceiling complete with clouds and twinkling stars.
The 7th Street Theatre is a beautiful and unique venue. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.
In 2008 the 7th Street Theatre was the first building in the city of Hoquiam to be placed on the newly formed Hoquiam Register of Historic Places.
313 7th Street
Hoquiam, WA 98550
Nestled in downtown Aberdeen,
the D & R Theatre originally opened in 1924 with a seating capacity of 1,500 and closed in 1985.
The Theatre was renovated and reopened on October 17, 2009.
207 S I Street
Aberdeen, WA 98520
The Bishop Center for Performing Arts is barrier-free and meets or exceeds all criteria established by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Directed by Ian and Joy Dorsch, the Opera Workshop prepares two staged productions a year in the Bishop Center. There is no other program in the region that offers similar performance opportunities for aspiring (or experienced!) classical singers.
1620 Edward P Smith Dr, Aberdeen, WA 98520
Driftwood Players, began in the late 1950's by a few cast members of the Civic Choir production of Pajama Game. The origin of the name came from the Westport area by the ocean where some melodramas were produced.
Following its formation in November 1959, Driftwood Theatre also provided summer theatre in more remote locations targeting the summer tourist that went to these locations in droves. Because travel was different back then, it was decided to take the theater on the road, so to speak.
The first summer theater was held at Cohasset Beach near Grayland in 1960.
The theater pictured was originally built around 1910 as a carriage house for the Essex Hotel, located across the highway. In 1934, the barn was converted into a house. In 1960, Mrs. Hogan, the current owner allowed the Players to use it as a Playhouse.
120 East 3rd Street
Aberdeen, WA 98520
Stage West has been providing quality live theater to the North Beach community for 10 years and continues to have volunteer opportunities for actors, musicians, directors, set creators, stage managers, web and social media promotion and performance help for all ages and experience.
7th Street Kids is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation and is governed by an elected Board of Directors.
7th Street Kids organize a six-week summer program for kids who are 7 through 16 years by June 15 who want to experience the fun of musical theatre. The highlight is the performance of a major musical theatre work.
Accessible theatre for all.
Located In Aberdeen. Summers, in the park.
The Bard and beyond. Free. That's what AST is about. Anyone can join in the fun. They are a 501(c)3 non-profit.