3200 SW Dash Point Road
Federal Way, WA 98003
253-661-1444

Current Season Shows and Events

Ring of Fire

January 22
thru
February 14

Death on the Supermarket Shelf

March 04
thru
March 26

Mark Twain

April 16
thru
April 17

Murder Mystery - The Idiot's Funeral

April 29
thru
April 29

9 to 5

May 06
thru
May 28

Brother Coyote & Sister Fox

June 04
thru
June 04


Recent Postcard Mailing

Due to a de-duplication mistake, many of you have received incorrectly addressed postcards. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Upcoming! Ring of Fire

From the opening chords of vintage Country to Rockabilly, Rock ‘n Roll, searing ballads and songs of deep faith, Ring of Fire packs a mighty punch – a revealing insight into the heart and soul of the Man in Black, Johnny Cash. Interpreting his music are six of Seattle’s premier musical theatre artists including Cayman Ilika, who starred here in Always…Patsy Cline, and played the title role in Mary Poppins at the VillageTheatre. Accompanying Cayman are the hugely talented: Jared Michael Brown, Jack Dearth, Tom Stewart, Sean Tomerlin, and Zack Summers.

Regularly priced: $35 Adults; $30 Seniors; $30 Military; $15 Youth (25 & Under); VIP: $50.

Outstanding New Play Gregory Award Nominee

For All That

Centerstage's Alan Bryce was a 2015 Gregory Awards “Outstanding New Play” nominee for his critically acclaimed 2015 premier of “For All That.”   The Gregory Awards honor and celebrate outstanding achievements in theatre arts in Washington State.  We congratulate everyone involved in making “For All That” a success and look forward to Alan's newest play “Death On The Supermarket Shelf” coming to Centerstage in March 2016.

[A side-note: "For All That" was also nominated for the BroadwayWorld Seattle Awards and is currently open to your votes. Best NEW/ORIGINAL/ADAPTATION play/musical ]

Gregory Award: The Melissa Hines Award

At Seattle’s Gregory Theatre Awards on Oct. 28, 2013 Centerstage Office Manager Laura Campbell won the coveted Melissa Hines Award. 

The Seattle Times wrote: “They don’t get the audience applause and the critical acclaim. But without the hard work and passionate commitment of behind-the-scenes people, Seattle would not have the vibrant performing arts scene the city is celebrated for.”

On The Calendar

Ring of Fire

January 22 - February 14

Ring of Fire: The Musical Story of Johnny Cash -- January 22 through February 14, 2015. No show SuperBowl Sunday (2/7/15)

Drawn from the songbook of Johnny Cash comes a unique musical about struggle and success, rowdiness and redemption… and home and family by Richard Maltby Jr. and Bill Meade.  It features classic hits—including “I Walk The Line,” “A Boy Named Sue,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” and the title tune.
A foot-stompin’, crowd-pleasin’ salute to an American Legend!


Orders still taken by phone

Centerstage still takes orders by phone. You can talk to a real, live person during our office hours - 10 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.  253-661-1444 

2015 Season Pass Information

Season Calendar

January 23 through February 14, 2016 -- Ring of Fire, the music of Johnny Cash becomes a play.

March 4 through 20th -- Death on the Supermarket Shelf, A real life murder mystery based on the unsolved Tylenol murders. (Note the typo in the season flyer, the Thursday show is on March 10.)

April 2, 2016 at 8pm -- Sheldon Craig and the Purple Phoenix Orchestra present - Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Stevie Wonder Songbook*

April 29 -- Friday at 6pm The Idiot's Funeral, A Murder Mystery Dinner Fundraiser* Yes! You can have fun at a funeral and support your local theatre!

May 6 through 29 -- 9 to 5, Dolly Parton's great musical of female empowerment.

June 4 at Noon and 2pm -- Brother Coyote and Sister Fox presented by Thistle Theatre*

June 2016 Summer Camps Start the last week of June and run through the month of July! We'll see you there!*

* Indicates shows sold separately of season pass.

Rentals At The Knutzen Family Theatre

Moving forward, the City and Centerstage are working together renting out the facility. The question you may have is, who do I talk to? The answer depends on your event. If your event is performance related, Centerstage. If your event is non-performance related, Dumas Bay.

Centerstage - 253-661-1444 -- performance events -- info at: Centerstage Rates

Dumas Bay Centre - 253-835-2000 -- non-performance events -- info at: Dumas Bay Centre Rates

Volunteers Help Centerstage

Centerstage is a volunteer based organization, and your help keeps us present plays!

If you'd like to volunteer, just contact us at centerstagetheatre@yahoo.com and we'll get you signed up!

Thank you for your support!!

Get a Group Together

Share an evening with friends, family or co-workers and get up to 40% off ticket prices. Centerstage offers group discounts for 10 or more people coming to the same show.

How?

Call us at 253-661-1444. We'll help you set your date and give you details for making your group event easy, affordable, and enjoyable. 

Prefer on-line? Email us at: GroupDev@CenterstageTheatre.com

Federal Way Mirror

 

Thank you for voting Centerstage the best of Federal Way's Local Arts Group!

CONNECT

Don’t miss out on a tax deduction

At Centerstage we work hard to bring you the best: the Award-Winning passion of For all That; the family fun of Sleeping Beauty - and the music of the great Johnny Cash in Ring of Fire.

We bring this to you at rock bottom ticket prices.
But we simply cannot do so without the support of our donors. Without personal gifts, we would not survive.

I ask you to consider making a gift to Centerstage before the New Year, so that you can not only help us, but also derive the tax benefits of making a gift this year.

Click on the “Donate Now” button to make a gift by credit or debit card.
Or send a check to: Centerstage Theatre, 1600B SW Dash Point Road, #271, Federal Way WA 98023.

Thank you!

Alan Bryce, Artistic Director

Fred Meyer's Community Rewards Program

Centerstate Theatre Fred Meyer Community Rewards

Now it is easy for you to join the Fred Meyer's Community Rewards Program. Click on the image above to go to their community rewards page. Click 'Link your rewards card now'. Centerstage's organization number with Fred Meyer is 80247.  You'll help Centerstage as you earn your own rewards points!

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Give Big

Thank You to Our Champions!

Centerstage wants to pass along a huge hug and Thank You! to all our champion donors that gave over $9,000 - for that we're truly grateful and happy.

The Seattle Foundation's GiveBIG was a one-day, online charitable giving event to inspire people to give generously to nonprofit organizations who make our region a healthier and more vital place to live.
Each donation made between midnight and midnight (Pacific Daylight Time) on Tuesday, May 5, 2015, received a prorated portion of the matching funds (or "stretch") pool.  Employer 'matching donations' generously made funds go farther!

Learn more about giveBIG  or   Check out our Facebook Event Page too!

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