Enjoy Live Theater at the Roxy!

EnjoyEnjoy the excitement of live theater in an intimate, historic setting. The Roxy Theater brings comedy, music and drama to the stage in addition to lively concerts and the latest blockbuster hits on the big screen. Our relaxed atmosphere makes the Roxy a great place to meet up with friends and enjoy a show.

The Roxy Theater is the cultural heart of a charming mountain community, Morton, Washington. Located in historic downtown, the Roxy is a beautifully renovated 200-seat theater offering a wide variety of performances, concerts, lectures and children’s programs, as well as movies year-round for the benefit of both residents and visitors. Built in 1937, the Roxy brings local, regional and national performers to the stage. The historic Roxy Theater re-opened its doors in 2004 and was fully renovated in 2006. Since that time, it has hosted more than 20,000 audience members and 360 performances.


The Little Princess

OnStage Children’s Theatre Education Production
May 5 & 12 at 7 p.m., May 6 & 13 at 2 p.m.
Tickets: $9 adults ($10 at the door), $5 children

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The fanciful and sometimes heart-breaking story of the imaginative Sara Crewe is told in captivating musical style.

Peril of the Plains (and other foolery)

Roxy Players Traveling Troupe
May 5 & 6 at 7 p.m.Packwood Mountain Festival
June 24 at 7 p.m. – Packwood Grade School Gym
July 8 & 22 at 7 p.m.Roxy Theater stage
September 9 at 7 p.m. – Packwood Grade School Gym
October 7 at 7 p.m.Onalaska Apple Harvest Festival
Tickets: $12 adults ($13 at the door), $6 children

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The evil and greedy Medusa Dunnit has taken over the sleepy little town of Critter Crossing with the help of weak-willed Judge Wally Wessell and nasty Sheriff Black Burt Bushwacker. Who will step forward to help plucky Penelope Fortune save Critter Crossing’s Orphan School and Old Folks Home from these evil villains? The entertaining evening is complete with vaudeville-style comedy and music.


 

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