Here is your opportunity to learn more about the shows in the upcoming season. Hosted by Executive Producer and Artistic Director David Armstrong, Spotlight Night gives you a chance to hear more about the writers and composers who create musicals. You'll hear songs sung by some of our favorite 5th Avenue performers. And you'll meet members of the creative team who will bring each production to life. Best of all, these general admission events are always FREE!
Spotlight Nights for the 2016/17 Season:
|Pajama Game||Thursday, January 19, 2017|
|Secret Garden &
Murder for Two
|Thursday, March 9, 2017|
|Romy & Michele's
High School Reunion
|Thursday, May 18, 2017|
|Fun Home||Date to be announced|
Please note: Spotlight Night tickets no longer require an RSVP. Seating is limited and available at the venue on a first come first served basis. Click here for more information and to indicate your interest!
All 2016/17 Spotlight Nights will be held at Nordstrom Recital Hall in Benaroya Hall, located two blocks from The 5th Avenue Theatre.
The 5th Avenue Theatre Artistic Associate Albert Evans hosts a special series of delightful and insightful presentations which will take place one hour before every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday performance. These presentations inform and enhance the theater-going experience with background, context and history of the musicals audiences see. Free and open to the public; tickets to the show are encouraged but not required
Especially for high school students with an interest in musical theater, these workshops give students the opportunity to create the characters, sing the songs, learn the choreography, and meet with the cast and crew for the productions on our stage. At each workshop, the participants enjoy a pizza party, see the show, and attend a talkback with the cast after the evening's performance--all for only $25!
Fridays at The 5th workshops are for students ages 14-18.
For details and a schedule of upcoming Fridays at The 5th events, click here.
March 3 - 5 2016, local teens from across Washington State mounted an all-student production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying on the historic 5th Avenue stage.
The Rising Star Project production is entirely student-performed, including a student cast and student orchestra, and is run by a student technical crew under the mentorship and guidance of theater professionals. The production is coordinated, marketed, developed and produced by a student administrative team under the coaching of 5th Avenue Theatre staff.
For complete details about the Rising Star Project click here.
Evening and weekend performances will take place in March 2017. For more information and to buy tickets, please check back in February 2017.
Rising Star Project will also present a special matinee performance for students and schools.
Student Tickets to School Performances are $18 each (includes service fees). Groups will receive one complimentary ticket for every 10 tickets purchased.
To purchase tickets contact Corporate & Group Sales team, Chad and Martha, at (888) 625-1418 or email@example.com.