Submitted by The Washington Center for the Performing Arts
The Washington Center’s 22/23 season goes on sale Tuesday, August 2! Tickets will be available for music, theater, dance and comedy! This diverse season includes exceptional artistry, laughter and is sure to give you unforgettable moments enjoying live performance together.
“This is our first complete season following the COVID-19 pandemic,” says Jill Barnes, Executive Director. “We have heard from many patrons how much they’ve missed the human connection to the arts, and we’re delighted to enrich the lives of those in our community. We could not be more excited to bring national and international touring artists back to the region.”
You won’t want to miss musical shows like “Legally Blonde, the Musical” and “Women of a Certain Age!” Be sure to make it out for an evening of laughter with “Ladies of Laughter” and “Friends! A Musical Parody.” We’re bringing back some favorites in “The Blind Boys of Alabama” with special guest Charlie Musselwhite and Los Lobos. We have some international flair with “Éireann – A Taste of Ireland” and Skerryvore, award-winning folk and rock band hailing from Scotland.
Subscriptions will continue to be available as single tickets go on sale. Subscriptions start at just 5 shows and offer a 15% discount. Patrons are encouraged to purchase tickets early as we do anticipate some shows will sell out.
A full list of 22-23 season events is available at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts website.
Thanks to an $8.8 million capital campaign, the Washington Center is undergoing comprehensive interior renovations this summer. The Washington Center Box Office has temporarily relocated to the State Theater (Harlequin Productions) at 202 4th Avenue E. The Box Office can still be reached during this time at 360.753.8586 and email@example.com. Washington Center Staff will be on site at the State Theater to help with ticket purchases throughout the renovation. Once the renovation is completed, the Box Office will move back to the Washington Center and be ready to welcome patrons for the first show of the season in November.