Laughter, songs and celebration will welcome audiences back into Whidbey Playhouse this September as the community theater prepares to perform before live audiences for the first time since February, 2020.
“Tea for Three: Lady Bird, Pat and Betty” will begin the season on Sept. 17 for a three-weekend run. Tickets for “Tea For Three” go on sale the first week of August at $18 each.
“All Together Now: A Global Event Celebrating Local Theatre” will be on stage for one weekend only, Nov. 12 – 14.
Oscar Wilde’s comedy of manners, “The Importance of Being Ernest” will be on stage from Feb. 11–27, 2022.
Opening April 1 and on stage through April 16 will be “The Taming,” a whirlwind 90 minutes of hilarious/serious theater.
The season will wrap up with “Charley’s Aunt” on stage June 3 – 19, 2022. At 130 years old and still going strong, the work by Brandon Thomas has lost none of its power to tickle an audience’s funny bone.