Thank you SO much to the 27 folks who donated to Fire Mountain Arts Council through the GiveBIG Washington campaign. You donated $4,429!
There are many things that FMAC works hard to provide to the community, and during times like these your donations are even more important to help us keep things running. We miss showing movies and plays!
Your donations help us continue to provide programs like:
- Weekly first-run movies at the Roxy Theater
- Onstage Youth Education Program
- The operation of Barbara Clevenger Johnson Art Gallery and the Tiller Arts Center
- The operation of the Roxy Theater that helps host our community theatre programs, concerts, and educational lectures.
- And so much more!
FMAC welcomes your donations at any time. Thank you for your support.
Roxy Theater Pandemic Update as of May 2, 2020
To our beloved community:
We hope you and your loved ones are home, safe, and well. Everyone is adjusting to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Roxy Theater is no exception. We wanted to give you some updates on what’s happening here.
With Governor Inslee’s latest update, the Roxy Theater will be able to re-open at 50% capacity in phase 3 of the state re-opening plan. Based on the three-week phase timing, we are now aiming for a June 29, 2020 re-opening date. This revised date is a moving target, and will continually be revisited as state guidelines change.
Digitally, we are alive and kicking! You can follow us on Facebook, Instagram and subscribe to our email list. This is a great way for us to stay connected, and we’re delivering some amazing content. Check out our viral video featuring Brad Nelson and his saxophone too!
Thank you for your ongoing support of the Roxy Theater and Fire Mountain Arts Council!
Live Event Status:
Addams Family: Cancelled
Mary Poppins: Rescheduled to December 4 & 11 at 7 pm and December 5 &12 at 2 pm
You Ought To Be In Pictures: Rescheduled to October 24, 7 pm and October 25 at 2 pm
Raintree lecture: Cancelled
Earth Day: Cancelled
Noises Off: Rescheduled to Spring (exact dates TBD)
Frequently Asked Questions
Why is the Roxy Theater currently closed?
The COVID-19 virus is spreading all over the world, and is officially a pandemic. In compliance with Federal social distancing guidelines, the theater will remain closed to the public until June 1, 2020. We’re doing this not only because we are required to, but because it’s the right thing to do.
How long will the Roxy Theater be closed?
At this time we plan on remaining closed until at least June 29 based on current federal government social distancing recommendations – but that could change. All changes are based on updated federal and/or state guidance and will be updated to our community via email, social media and the website.
When will movies start playing again?
When the theater re-opens.
Will the OnStage Youth theater summer camp program happen this summer?
The Summer OnStage Day Camp is cancelled for summer of 2020.
How will my season pass work?
The 2020 Season Flex Pass will be revised to include, along with Little Women, five future shows, so can be used well into 2021. Dates for the 2021 shows (such as Noises Off!, which will be moved to 2021) have not yet been fixed. Flex Passes will continue to be available for purchase online. However, until Fire Mountain Arts Council is sure of revised show dates, performance tickets will not be available for online purchase.
Can we still plan on attending the plays that are scheduled for this summer?
Some plays have been canceled and some have been rescheduled. See the above summary.
Why can’t you give us a 100% accurate date for when you will re-open?
This situation is unprecedented, and constantly changes. We will adapt to the situation and change our decisions as the information we get changes.
When can we expect updates?
The Fire Mountain Arts Council Board of Directors, parent organization for the Roxy Theater, has formed a Pandemic Response committee that will meet weekly to assess the current situation with the Covid-19 virus based on current government guidance. You can follow us on Facebook, Instagram and subscribe to our email list to stay updated.>
How can our community help the Roxy and the Onstage Youth Theater program?
- We need to remain united with our community! When we come back, we need to come back stronger than ever and we need to be able to count on YOU to be there to join us in celebration. Being able to count on your continued patronage is the most important thing of all.
- We also need to continue to maintain and strengthen our social media presence – please share, like, comment, and post on our Facebook and Instagram pages! This is an integral part of our ability to thrive in the future. Please check this website often for new information!
- And of course, we always are in need of funding. Fire Mountain Arts Council will be, of course, be earning NO income while the Roxy Theater is closed but will need to continue to cover all of the fixed costs of the facilities. With that in mind, we hope we can count on you to help get us through this difficult period so that we can continue to serve our community!
Please check our website often for more information.
The Roxy Theater and Fire Mountain Arts Council