Coming up at The Midnight Sun: SO MANY THINGS!

Seven Ways To Get There by closes THIS WEEKEND! “The writing is superb, probably Willis’ best play yet, and pacing, blocking and interaction of the seven men and one woman is like the smooth running of a complex machine – thanks in large part to excellent direction by Pug Bujeaud. This play is a showcase…

Coming up at The Midnight Sun!

Seven Ways to Get There by Bryan Willis & Dwayne Clark OPENS THIS FRIDAY MAY 6 AT 8PM! Join the guys of an ongoing men’s support group and their female therapist as they work though their various, difficult, and often hilarious issues. Seven Ways is based on one man’s journey and gives us a look behind…

Seven Ways to Get There opens May 6!

Seven Ways to Get There is an original dramedy written by local playwright Bryan Willis, and based on the actual therapy sessions of Dwayne Clark, self made businessman and CEO, and his friends in group. Theater Artists Olympia is proud to present the second staged production of this new play which debuted at ACT in…

Art Contest!

Submit your piece(s) for the chance to win some awesome art supplies and showcase your work on the set of The Credeaux Canvas! The Credeaux Canvas is well underway, and that means we need help decorating the set! This is a show about struggling artists, so we decided to recruit local artists. Please submit an original…

The Credeaux Canvas art contest and rehearsal photos!

The Credeaux Canvas is well underway, and that means we need help decorating the set! This is a show about struggling artists, so we decided to recruit local artists. Please submit an original work of art on the theme of “Naked” to Theater Artists Olympia at midnightsunTAO@gmail.com. Remember, naked can mean a lot more than nude!…

Coming up at the Midnight Sun…

AUDITIONS THIS WEEKEND! March 12, 2016        3:00PM Seven Ways to Get There by Bryan Willis and Dwayne Clark Directed by pug Bujeaud Join the guys of an ongoing men’s support group and their female therapist as they work though their various, difficult, and often hilarious issues. Seven Ways to Get There is…

On The Verge closes this weekend, and more!

  Tickets are selling for the closing weekend of On The Verge! “Fanny is given to exclaiming, “Wow! Wow! Wow!” That pretty much sums up my reaction to On the Verge (or the Geography of Yearning).” Alec Clayton, the Weekly Volcano Read the full review here   We’ll be bringing some of Olympia’s most talented voices back on stage…

What does ‘Pay-What-It’s-Worth’ mean?

What is Pay-What-It’s-Worth? Our  Pay What It’s Worth approach is about removing the financial risk entirely, rather than just removing financial barriers like a Pay-What-You-Can. If you are unfamiliar with our theater or with a show we are producing, going out and spending money can feel like a gamble. We want to take that out of…

Coming Up At the Midnight Sun…

The first show of our SEASON 2016 opens *this* Friday, February 12! On The Verge (-Or The Geography of Yearning) by Eric Overmyer The year is 1888. Mary, Fanny, and Alexandra find themselves on the shores of Terra Incognita – the last unexplored, undiscovered… bit, as it were. Thus begins a journey taking them from their…

On The Verge – Choreography!

Last night at rehearsal Morgan Picton and Heather R. Christopher learned the Waltz and the Nightclub Two Step for their sexy/romantic/epic dance moment in On The Verge. Choreographer Vanessa Postil (who also choreographed both incarnations of TAO’s original musical The HEAD! That Wouldn’t DIE!!) led Picton and Christopher through classical dance moves from the late…

On The Verge- Meet the cast!

Rehearsals are well underway for our upcoming production of On The Verge (-or The Geography of Learning) by Eric Overmyer, directed by Theater Artists Olympia’s own Artistic Director pug Bujeaud. The year is 1888. Fanny, Mary, and Alexandra -three intrepid Victorian explorers – venture out on their own and alone into Terra Incognita. The “sister sojourners”…

Movie Junkies: David Bowie

Yesterday was not an easy one for all of us here at Movie Junkies. Each and every one of us, for our own reasons, has in their life drawn great hope and inspiration from the late, great David Bowie, his music, his art and his unflappable sense of self that made him such an icon….