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Local child actor Zoey Matthews will be playing Small Alison in Fun Home, and the audition tape is too good to keep to ourselves.
This Flat Earth talk about their own experiences with active shooter training and why bringing this production to Harlequin is so important right now.
Art in the Lobby
In the State Theater Lobby during the run of This Flat Earth, we feature photos of schools that have experienced gun violence or other incidents involving guns.
Lindsey Ferrentino is a prolific playwright who writes with, according to The New York Times, “a muscular empathy which seeks to enter the minds of people for whom life is often a struggle of heroic proportions”. She graciously answered some of Marketing and Communication Director Helen Harvester’s burning questions about This Flat Earth.
Hear from the Stars!
Stars of Hedwig and the Angry Inch Adam Rennie and Mandy Rose Nichøls share their experience of bringing this incredible show to life!
Masking still required
Proof of vaccination no longer required. For the safety of the live performers, masks are still required at least until the end of the run of Fun Home, which closes October 29, 2022.
Local Bands at Harlequin!
Six local bands will perform a 45-minute opening set for each week of the Hedwig run. Get all the info here!
Art in the Lobby in June and July
Artist Saundra Fleming's work will be on display in the State Theater Lobby throughout the run of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, from June 23 - July 30, 2022.
Read all about it!
A collection of all the press for Harlequin's production of Sovereignty. This page will be updated as new articles are published!
Two fascinating interviews!
In the first interview, Director Esther Almazán and actors Steve Wood and Kenneth Ruthardt* unpack Sovereignty. In the second, actors Josephine Keefe, Avery Clark*, Lance Claymore and Esteban Bailon dive deeper into the Native experience.
Proof of vaccination no longer required
Proof of vaccination is no longer required for entry. For the safety of our live performers, patrons are still required to remain masked while in the theater space.
Art in the Lobby in May
To coincide with the run of Sovereignty, a variety of pieces from the Squaxin Island Museum Library and Research Center will be on display in the State Theater lobby throughout the month of May.