Sylvia Center for the Arts

In case you haven’t heard: after fourteen years on Cornwall Avenue, we are relocating this summer to head up the project to create a new performing arts center on Prospect Street.

SYLVIA CENTER FOR THE ARTS will contain two theaters, a café/bar, space for performing artists of all stripes to rehearse, teach, and perform, and much more – a new home for local performing arts.

This is a huge and exciting project. We have a lot of work ahead of us and we need your support: please visit to learn more!

Opening Aug 25: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

Aug 25–Sep 10 at Bellingham Circus Guild

iDiOM Theater comes to Fairhaven to present Tom Stoppard’s “sparkling and absurdist” tragicomedy, a hilariously clever parody of Hamlet, with the tragic events of Shakespeare’s play ingeniously retold from the perspective of two minor characters.

All the hallmarks of an iDiOM Production—witty banter, wry philosophical observations, and catastrophic misunderstandings—infused with a sprinkling of circus magic.

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2016/17 Season Pass
Available Now!

If you love the kind of theater that iDiOM produces, we want you to join our season passholder family. Save money on shows, while supporting the theater.

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