Opening July 30



Two weekends: Thu/Fri/Sat, Jul 30–Aug 1, & Aug 6–8

New full-length drama by local playwright Brian Toews (The Awful Real Thing, The Hob Nob).

Inspired by the Greek tragedy Medea, Office Hours follows the personal and professional fall of a distinguished English professor at a prestigious Liberal Arts college. More info >
More about OFFICE HOURS



FALL SHOWS


Our 2015–2016 Season officially kicks off this September! Here are some of the shows you can look forward to this Fall:

Mainstage Shows

Our biggest productions, with longer runs and higher production values

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(THREE-MAN) MACBETH

iDiOM’s first-ever Shakespeare play—with all parts played by three actors! By the trio behind our three-man Christmas Carol and The Devil & Billy Markham.
Opens October 8 — three weekends




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CLOWN BAR

Set in an underground speakeasy, a gritty, violent mob drama… about clowns. Live jazz, burlesque, passion, tragedy and revenge—in big shoes.
Opens October 15 — four weekends



Premiere Series

Newer works, often locally-written, and often never performed before

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AFTER ALL

A new two-man show by Mike Mathieu (Cody Rivers Show, One-Man Wimbledon) and Seattle collaborator Ryan Sanders
Opens September 10 – one weekend only




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48-Hour Theater Festival #43

Twelve new plays written and performed in two days.
September 18 & 19




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DEATH, THE FINAL IRONY

A collection of alternately humorous and moving scenes and monologues about death, dying and the afterlife.
Opens September 24 – two weekends



Sunday Night Series

Monthly tournaments, with cash prizes for the winners

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JAZZ JAM & POETRY SLAM

Slam poetry tournament with live jazz band backing and readings by a featured poet
Monthly, beginning August 30




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SKETCH COMEDY SLAM

Sketch comedy troupes compete for glory
Sunday, September 13




SEASON PASS


Our Season Passes are a better value than ever before — learn more here: