No Tickets are needed for our Charity Veterans Benefit. Expected minimum donation for this event is $20 per person.
Premium tickets are a select section in the first few rows of the theater. All efforts will be made to seat all members of a party together but cannot be guaranteed. In order to best utilize the seating space the House Manager will assign your reserved seats. If you have special needs or requests please let us know so we may assist you. If you are part of a group and wish to sit together but have purchased tickets as separate orders call or send us an email to let us know.
Open seating is on a first come basis.
No hard copy tickets will be mailed but you may need to enter a shipping address upon checkout as part of the process. You do not need to print your order to bring to the theater. Your name and order will be available at our check-in desk at the time of the performance.
The doors will open approximately 30 minutes prior to the start of the show and we request you arrive at least 10 minutes prior to showtime so that we may get everyone seated and the show can start on time.
No Discover Pass is required for parking during your attendance at the show.
You may still DONATE to the local American Legion with PAPA.
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Welcome to our upcoming production of:
Matthew Barber’s “Enchanted April” is a play for anyone who ever considered making a break for it and leaving everything behind, at least temporarily, in the hopes of transforming a stale, sorrowful life into something meaningful again.
From the novel by Elizabeth von Armim
In the winter of 1922, Lotty and Rose, two very frustrated housewives find themselves trapped in the gloom of bleak marriages and perpetual London rain. All seems hopeless until they decide to use their dress money and little savings to rent a villa in Italy for the month of April. To ease the financial burden they are joined there by Caroline Bramble, a beautiful and exhausted socialite, and Mrs. Graves, an overbearing widow. As the month passes, verdant sun-drenched San Salvatore works its magic on each sad and hardened heart, healing grief and bringing hope. And with the arrival of two chastened husbands and one attractive young artist, this mess of new friends blossoms in mysterious, hilarious and unexpected ways. This 2003 Tony Award nominee for Best Play promises to delight and inspire all who dream of wisteria blossoms, sunshine and new beginnings.
Doors Open at 6:30 Friday and Saturday and 1:30 on Sunday’s.
The runtime for this production is about 2hrs plus a 15min intermission.
You will have the opportunity to take pictures with the cast after the show!
There is no parking pass needed for performances.
Performances are held at the Fort Columbia State Park in Chinook, WA. (On top of the tunnel!)