7th Street Theatre > 2018 > February

9 to 5 (1980)

April 20 & 21 @ 7:30 pm

Tickets are $6

Tickets are available at City Drug, Crown Drug, Harbor Drug, online, and at the door 30 minutes before the movie.

Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton had fun at work delivering loads of laughs as the suffering assistants who outsmart their “sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot” of a boss, Dabney Coleman. Parton made her big screen debut in this 1980 comedy and wrote and performed the hit title song, which won two Grammy Awards.

Locally sponsored by Fern Hill Funeral Home, Grays Harbor College, Jeff Cook & Becky Walsh, Ray Kahler & Callie White, Pasha Automotive Services, Wunderland Childcare Centers, Alpha Media Grays Harbor, and Jodesha Broadcasting.

Hoquiam’s Heyday

April 14 @ 7 pm

Tickets are $10

Tickets are available at Harbor Drug, Crown Drug, City Drug, online and at the door 30 minutes before the show.

As part of the theatre’s 90th anniversary celebration, the 7th Street Theatre is partnering with the Polson Museum to present a narrated slideshow about what life was like in the late 1920s and early 1930s, showing what a booming area the Harbor was during that time. Photos from the Polson Museum collection, Jones Photo Historical collection, and Washington State Archives will be shown on our big screen. Fun and interesting trivia, news, statistics and facts gathered from local newspapers and other resources will also be part of the evening’s event. Following the presentation, there will be guided tours. Proceeds and donations will help fund the back wall and roof repair project.

The Maltese Falcon (1941)

April 7 @ 7:30 & 8 @ 2 pm

Tickets are $6.

Tickets are available at City Drug, Crown Drug, Harbor Drug, online and at the door 30 before the show.

Humphrey Bogart’s portrayal of cynical, hard-nosed Sam Spade set the standard for film noir private detectives in this 1941 mystery. “The Maltese Falcon” also featured Peter Lorre’s second-best known role (after seven Mr. Moto movies), the sneaky, snarky Mr. Cairo. The film was the directorial debut of eventual Hollywood legend John Huston, and the screen debut, at age 62, of Sydney Greenstreet in his archetypical fat man bad guy role. It also included silent film icon Mary Astor and character actor Elisha Cook Jr., who had more than 200 roles in a career that spanned six decades.

Locally sponsored by Coleman Mortuary, Rick Anderson, Westhaven Villa, Pasha Automotive Services, Ray Kahler & Callie White, Wunderland Childcare, Jodesha Broadcasting and Alpha Media Grays Harbor.

Wayne’s World (1992)

March 23 & 24 @ 7:30 pm

Tickets are $6 for all ages.

Tickets are available at City Drug, Crown Drug, Harbor Drug, online, and at the door 30 minutes before the show.

Slacker pals Wayne and Garth find the cable access TV show that they produce in what is literally “Wayne’s World,” the basement of the Chicago home of Wayne’s parents, is suddenly a hot property. Based on the recurring Saturday Night Live sketches that featured Mike Myers and Dana Carvey, Myers’ screenplay was the basis for this 1992 comedy that grossed almost 10 times its $20 million budget.

Locally sponsored by Rich Hartman’s Five Star Dealerships, Grays Harbor College, Ray Kahler & Callie White, Pasha Automotive Services, Wunderland Childcare, Alpha Media Grays Harbor, and Jodesha Broadcasting.