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COVID Protocols

As of November 23, 2022, Harlequin continues to encourage patrons, volunteers and staff to wear a mask while in the…

Hear from Scrooge himself

Video: A Christmas Carol’s Enduring Relevance

"We all love the idea of second chances," says actor Terry Edward Moore*, who plays Ebenezer Scrooge in Harlequin Production's newly adapted version of Dickens's A Christmas Carol. Mr. Moore talks playing the iconic role and why he thinks A Christmas Carol remains relevant across the generations.

Art in the Lobby

Meet Becky Knold, featured artist for A Christmas Carol

Becky’s recent artwork is on display in the Lobby of Harlequin Theater, Olympia, WA, throughout the run of the 2022 season production of The Christmas Carol. In addition, you may notice her artwork featured on the cover of both the 2022 and 2023 Harlequin season brochures. Becky is a local Olympia, WA artist who follows her intuition, a passion for experimentation, and a love of color, form, and texture, to create her artwork.

Learn more about Fun Home!

Interviews with the cast of Fun Home

"I want them to feel everything" signs Deaf actor Michelle Mary Schaefer. Watch the cast of Fun Home share their feelings about this beautifully written, deeply human Tony Award-winning, Pulitzer Prize-nominated musical based on the memoir by celebrated graphic novelist Alison Bechdel. Fun Home by Lisa Kron, Jeanine Tesori, and Alison Bechdel runs Oct 8 - 29 at Harlequin Productions.

Cast Interview!

Cast Interview: This Flat Earth

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

Art in the Lobby: This Flat Earth

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.

Playwright Interview

An Interview with Playwright Lindsey Ferrentino

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.

Masking still required

COVID Protocols

Masks are STILL REQUIRED in the theater at least until the end of October 2022.

Local Bands at Harlequin!

Opening Act Showcase

Six local bands will perform a 45-minute opening set for each week of the Hedwig run. Get all the info here!