Enjoy 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.
Upcoming at the Roxy
Sherlock Holmes (and other foolery)
Mystery and Vaudeville Revival
Saturdays, July 7, 14, 21 at 7 p.m. – Roxy Theater stage
Friday & Saturday, August 17 & 18 at 6 p.m. — “Other Foolery” at Southwest Washington Fair
Aug 3 at 6 p.m. – Mossyrock Blueberry Festival
Roxy Players Traveling Troupe presents Classic Sherlock Holmes along with vaudeville-style music and good ol’ comedy.
Onstage Summer Day Camp
OnStage Children’s Theatre Education Program
Day Camp: June 25-July 6, Monday-Friday 10am-4 p.m.
Cost: $100 (limited scholarships available)
July 6 at 7 p.m. and July 7 at 2 p.m.
Tickets: $9 adults ($10 at the door), $5 children
A 2 week long day camp for children ages 6-18, which gives young people the opportunity to act, improvise, dance, sing, create and have fun as they hone their theatre skills and prepare for culminating performances.
Summer Musical Theatre with Centralia College East
August 4, 8, 11 at 7 p.m. and August 5 & 12 at 2 p.m.
Reserved seating: $12 adults ($13 at the door), $6 children
Boldly re-imagined, this Shakespearean tale tells the story of the pirate Prospero and his innocent daughter Miranda, who, after years of banishment on a deserted island with only fairies for company, seek revenge and find love among the victims of a stormy shipwreck. Local musicians and OnStage’s youthful Tempest Dancers energize this classic with Celtic music, pirate shanties and dance.