Thespian lovers unite

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Drew May

Reporter

Too often local theater is overlooked. Whenever people do decide to go to the theater, it’s typically to see a traveling broadway production.

Broadway is great, but the productions that are right next door are oftentimes just as good.

Local theatre offers all sorts of plays, from musicals to Shakespeare. It also helps that the ticket prices are usually less than $20.

The upcoming season of shows offers a wide variety of productions to choose from:

 

Narnia the Musical

March 17-April 1 at ManeStage Theatre

Manestagetheatre.com

This delightful musical is based off the popular novel The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by acclaimed author C.S. Lewis. Whether you’re eight or 80, be sure to join Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter as they embark into the wonderful land of Narnia.

Tickets are $18 for adult, $15 for students and seniors, and $10 for children 10 and under.

 

Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me March 9-April 1 at Tacoma Little Theatre Tacomalittletheatre.com

An American doctor, an Irish journalist and an English Professor are kidnapped and held captive in Beirut. This is the intense story of Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me. From playwright Frank McGuinness comes a tale of laughter, sadness, and belief in the human spirit. Intended for audiences older than 16 years only.

Tickets are $15-25 based on seat location.

 

The Farnsworth Invention

March 2-25 at Lakewood Playhouse Lakewoodplayhouse.org

The story of the invention, and theft, of the television is told through “The Farnsworth Invention.” An Idaho farm boy and a ruthless media mogul both race to create one of the most widely used devices in the 20th century. Created by Aaron Sorkin, this play will have you on the edge of your seat.

Tickets are $23 for Adult, $17 for under 25 and $20 for military and seniors.

 

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