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Monday, March 9, 2020

Upper Right

When moving from warm California to...wet...Washington, it's important to remember that theatre can be found everywhere. Yes, it's in your heart but it's also down the street, around the corner and in the next town over.

Touring House: Mount Baker Theatre
Built in 1927, Mount Baker Theatre was one of the last grand vaudeville movie palaces to be built in the Pacific Northwest. From silent films to live performing arts, MBT has preserved history while also serving the demands of modern, continuously changing economy, technology, and society.
Biggest: Bellingham Theatre Guild
The Bellingham Theatre Guild is a nonprofit volunteer organization that has been producing theatre in Whatcom County, Washington, since 1929, including more than 700 productions with over 7,000 performances. It is quite possible that a well-known playwright has acted there...

Coolest: iDiOM Theater
On the funky side and featuring two theaters -- both experimental -- the iDiOM is good, fun and cool.

Most quaint: Lynden Performing Arts Guild at the Claire
The quaint Dutch town of Lynden features the Western Whatcom Fair grounds, several windmills and a great little theatre.

Upper Right: Blaine Community Theater
Possibly featuring classes and a performance by a renowned playwright and recent PNW actor, this theater is the farthest North and East in the continental US.