Port Gamble Theater
Port Gamble Theater
PO Box 331
4839 NE View Dr.
(Across from the General Store)
Port Gamble, WA 98364

Email:  director@PortGambleTheater.com

Phone: 360-977-7135
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The Port Gamble Theater, a 501c3 nonprofit,
needs your help in restoring the beautiful venue and putting on great entertainment.
Any size donation helps and is appreciated. Please mail your tax deductable donations to:

Port Gamble Theater Company
PO Box 331
Port Gamble, Wa. 98364

Doors open 1/2 hour before every performance.
Tickets also available at the Box Office 1 hour before every show.

2020 Season 
2020 Season Tickets
2020 Season Tickets

The 2020 Port Gamble Theater Season Pass is now available! Shows include:
Sarah,Plain and Tall
The Tempest
Steel Magnolias
Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella!

Also, consider attending our "Delectable Dessert" shows June 27 and Dec 19!
Tickets: 2020 Season Tickets
Sarah Plain and Tall
See notice here
Sarah Plain and Tall 

Friday March 20 - Sunday April 5
Friday and Saturday nights at 7pm
Sundays at 2pm

Special Saturday Matinee March 28 at 2pm

Jacob Witting, a widowed farmer who is still saddened by the death of his wife during childbirth several years before, finds that the task of taking care of his farm and two children, Anna and Caleb, is too difficult to handle alone. He writes an ad in the newspaper for a Mail-order bride. Sarah Wheaton, from Maine, answers his ad and travels out to become his wife. Little does he know Sarah is an unconventional woman of her time, and very different from his
former wife.

Tickets: Sarah Plain and Tall
The Tempest William Shakespeare's : The Tempest

Friday June 12 - Sunday June 28
Friday and Saturday nights at 7pm
Sundays at 2pm

Special Saturday Matinee June 20 at 2pm
Special dessert show Saturday  June 27 7pm

A ship is caught in a powerful storm. There is terror and confusion on board, and the ship is shipwrecked. The storm is a magical creation carried out by spirit Ariel, and caused by the magic of Prospero. Laughter and magic is on the menu in this Shakespearean classic!
Tickets: The Tempest
Steel Magnolias Steel Magnolias

Friday October 2 - Sunday October 18
Friday and Saturday nights at 7pm
Sundays at 2pm

Special Saturday Matinee October 10 at 2pm

Where do all the ladies who are anybody have their hair done in Chinquapin, Louisiana?
Truvy’s Beauty Salon, where you will find the following ladies: Annelle; Truvy’s eager new assistant, Truvy; owner of the salon, and the one who always gives free advice to the town’s rich curmudgeon, Ouiser; an eccentric millionaire, Miss Clairee; who has a raging sweet tooth, M’Lynn; the local social leader, whose daughter, Shelby; is about to marry a “good ole boy.” Come experience the laughter and tears with these unique characters.
Tickets: Steel Magnolias
Cinderella Rodgers and Hammerstein's : Cinderella

Friday December 4 - Sunday December 20
Friday and Saturday nights at 7pm
Sundays at 2pm

Special Saturday Matinee December 12 at 2pm
Special dessert show Saturday  December 19 7pm

The timeless enchantment of a magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers and Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance. Originally presented on television in 1957 starring Julie Andrews, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella was the most widely viewed program in the history of the medium. Join us this December as Cinderella’s dream comes true.
Tickets: Cinderella
2020 Season Auditions
The Tempest Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”
Where: Port Gamble Theater
When: Saturday Mar. 14 @ 4-6PM, Sunday Mar. 15 @ 10AM-12PM

If you are unable to make these dates and need to arrange a separate audition, please email
Auditions will be readings from the script. No memorized monologue is required.

Cast: 13-15 (parts are gender flexible unless noted below)
Prospero (middle-aged or older) – a magician and a castaway on the island, dethroned Duke of Milan
Miranda (young woman) – Prospero’s daughter and fellow castaway, intelligent and kind
Ariel (young to middle-aged) – a spirit of the air, Prospero’s jovial and energetic servant
Caliban (young to middle-aged man) – a native of the island, Prospero’s angry and unwilling servant
Alonso (middle-aged or older) – the King of Naples, shipwrecked returning from his daughter’s marriage
Ferdinand (young man) – Alonso’s son and Prince of Naples, believes his father is drowned
Sebastian (young to middle-aged) – Brother to Alonso, close friend to Antonio, foolish and disrespectful
Antonio (middle-aged) – Prospero’s brother, the one who usurped the throne of Milan, scheming and
Gonzalo (middle-aged or older) – Advisor to Alonso, wise but doddering, saved Prospero and Miranda’s
lives when they were cast out of Milan
Stephano (middle-aged or older) – Alonso’s butler, a drunk with a sense of bravado
Trinculo (young to middle-aged) – Alonso’s jester, a coward and a fool, best friend to Stephano
Adrian and Francisco (any age) – Two lords in the Alonso’s retinue, shipwrecked with him
Master and Boatswain (any age) – Two sailors who failed to keep the ship safe from the tempest

Rehearsals will be three days per week, 2 weekdays and 1 weekend day, to be determined by cast
availability from auditions. Weekday rehearsals will be at night 6:30 to 8:30 pm, weekend rehearsals will
be from 1-3 pm.
Performances dates are: Friday June 12 - Sunday June 28, Friday and Saturday nights at 7pm, Sundays at
2pm, Special Saturday Matinee June 20 at 2pm, Special dessert show Saturday June 27 7pm