Never before celebrated in Spokane! Celebrating the first time a Filipino arrived in the US in 1587! An Evening of Philippine Cultural Performances Historical Presentions. Food, Dancing, Music, and Fellowship! SAVE THE DATE! FREE EVENT!
Performing arts of all kinds! Plays, musicals, staged readings, opera, and more. Local theater houses include the Spokane Civic Theater, Stage Left Theatre, Spokane Children’s Theatre, and many others. The First Interstate Center for the Arts hosts Spokane’s Best of Broadway series, which brings touring productions of acclaimed Broadway shows like Hamilton. Find out more below!
After dealing with the setbacks of Covid-19, the Chinese Association Board has made a decision to “go big” for the Lunar New Year in 2023.
Bright Comet Theatre will stage their first production, Lord of the Flies. Featuring an entirely femme presenting cast, and involving a multitude of diverse and queer artists.
SAGA is providing project funding for intensive, month long professional script development workshops for Spokane playwrights.
The second half of the company’s
season two will include the show Romeo & Juliet in July, with eight performances,
followed by Goodnight Desdemona, (Good Morning Juliet) in September with eight
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Spokane Ensemble Theatre is back at the MAC! We welcome you into a community of revelry under the summer solstice at Lake Messina – a guarded secret of the locals, nestled betwixt the trees and trails of the Inland Northwest.
SAGA will support Zhang as she establishes a permanent space to choreograph Chinese dances and train dancers to continue offering performances.
SAGA joins the effort to complete the Spokane Symphony’s fundraising to cover the cost of repairing the Fox stage floor.
Spokane Ensemble Theatre will perform a contemporary, high-energy reimagining of William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” in June 2022.