Some Enchanted Evening-

Featuring our finest local talents, Some Enchanted Evening is a celebration of the greatest team of songwriters to ever collaborate, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein. This stunning new musical tribute, featuring clever arrangements, offers our audience a glorious parade of well-known hits including tunes from The Sound of Music, The King and I, Oklahoma!, Carousel, South Pacific, State Fair and more!
Musical - Rated G – Fun for the entire family
Directed by Jamie Hegstad

Individual ticket sales begin 11/08/2019

Rated G

Individual ticket sales begin 9/27/2019

Rated PG-13

​We now offer season tickets, senior/student/veteran discounts and group rates!  Contact us for more info at (360) 636-4488.

Our One Act Play Festival is in its third year! We invite area high schools to compete, and local judges from community colleges to evaluate! Then you get to see the winners, highlighted in our Showcase the following weekend. Everyone has a great time! See our local youngsters putting on their finest! 

What else is in our area?

Shirley Valentine-

Janeene Niemi stars as a middle-aged woman dreaming of a life of adventure and romance. One day she impulsively leaves the drudgery of housework and husband and heads for the warm Grecian sun. This one-woman comic monologue about personal and sexual identity was nominated for a Tony Award and was named one of the top 10 most influential British plays. 
Comedy—Rated PG-13—Some adult themes
Directed by Leslie Slape

Our 2019-2020 Season is Here!

Season tickets will be available starting June 29th! 

​Regular Season Performance Schedule:

Evenings on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm;  Matinees on Sundays at 2:00 pm

Opening Week

Wednesday and Thursday evening 5 p.m.-8 p.m.

1433 Commerce Ave. /  P.O. Box 2034

Longview, WA  98632

(360) 636-4488

Individual ticket sales begin 8/23/2019

Rated G

2019-2020 Season

Please note: Tickets are non-refundable. We can do exchanges if tickets are available. Please contact us through our contact page.

Individual ticket sales begin 4/17/2020

Rated PG-13

Clue - On Stage!-

Based upon the popular board game and adapted from the cult classic movie of the same name, Stageworks Northwest is pleased to present the Pacific Northwest debut of Clue on Stage. On a dark and stormy night, six iconic guests – each with an alias—plus a butler and a maid, and an odd assortment of potential weapons assemble for a dinner party at the home of Mr. Boddy. When their host turns up dead, it is clear that no one is safe! Soon the guests are racing to find the killer and keep the body count from stacking up. Clue is the comedy whodunit that will keep you guessing (and laughing) to the very end. 
Comedy – Rated PG-13 - Adult humor and mild violence
Directed by Janeene Niemi

Arsenic and Old Lace-

One of the most popular dark comedies ever written. Two sweet little old ladies take seemingly take pity on lonely old men, then murdering them with homemade elderberry wine laced with arsenic and have their slightly batty nephew — who thinks he’s Teddy Roosevelt — bury them in the cellar. Another nephew, Mortimer, who’s engaged to the minister’s daughter next door, learns of their enterprise just as third nephew, the evil Jonathan, decides to use their aunts’ home as a criminal hideout. 
Dark Comedy – Rated PG-13 – Dark Humor
Directed by William Brauné

Individual ticket sales begin 1/24/2020

Rated PG-13

Maybe This Time-

A comedy-drama about searching for the perfect mate in the online, app-driven world. First dates have become interesting in and of themselves because of the dynamics of two strangers meeting and trying to make a good impression. Maybe This Time explores this new approach to dating, the things we tell ourselves, and the things we tell others. 
Comedy/Drama – Rated PG-13 – Mild sexual references 
Directed by Larry E. Fox

The box office is open one hour before curtain time of each performance, and during opening week of any performance:

The Broken Badge- A Christmas Melodrama-

It’s Christmas Eve, 1939 and people are gathering around the radio as the cast of the “Longview Radio Theater” is about to go “On the Air” with their broadcast of A Broken Badge Christmas. This is the story of a small western town in 1896 that will eventually be called Longview. It is a story of lost love, a jilted woman, a “rehabilitated” villain and of course our hero Justin Credible and our Heroine “Longview Lacie” for this retelling of a completely true tale of the old west… well… that’s our story and we are sticking to it. Be ready to cheer our hero and boo at our villain. POPCORN THROWING WILL BE MANDATORY! 
Melodrama - Rated G – Fun for all ages 
Directed by Jamie Hegstad

1433 Commerce, Longview, WA 98632

Phone:   360-636-4488

Mission Statement

As a 501(c)3 charity, we pledge:

To inspire, challenge, nurture, educate and empower artists and audiences through performance arts in order to strengthen a sense of community and enhance quality of life in the Lower Columbia River Region.


Flex passes allow you to lock in a lower rate, but have the flexibility to use tickets when and how you want to. You will be issued a code, as individual show tickets become available, you will use this code to get your tickets. Please see release dates for each show below.

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Individual ticket sales begin 6/26/2020

Rated PG-13

Individual ticket sales begin 2/07/2020

Rated PG-13

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Euripides' The Trojan Women-

The Trojan Women touches on darker, universal themes that can be seen in modern society. The story is influenced by the events of the Trojan War and its aftermath. It centers around the women and children survivors who are now hopelessly reduced to slavery and exploitation. Although written almost 2500 years ago, the play explores the darker nature of humanity created by unspeakable horrors of war and is still relevant to the events we see today. 
Drama – Rated PG-13 – Adult themes
Directed by Johnny Winningham