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.
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.
Tickets are available at City Drug, Crown Drug, Harbor Drug, online, and at the door 30 minutes prior to the show.
This 1939 epic tale of the rocky romance of Scarlett O’Hara and Rhett Butler as told through the Civil War and Reconstruction era in the American South, received eight Academy Awards, including the first ever nomination and win for an African American, Hattie McDaniel. Clark Gable and Best Actress winner Vivien Leigh led a huge cast, including Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, Victor Jory, Ward Bond and George Reeves, in the Hollywood adaptation of Margaret Mitchell’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel.
Locally sponsored by Coleman Mortuary, Hoquiam Senior Citizen Board, The Jitter House, Pasha Automotive Services, Valentine Law Office, Westhaven Villa, Wunderland Childcare, Alpha Media Grays Harbor, and Jodesha Broadcasting.
Tickets are available at Harbor Drug, online, from Contestants and Miss Grays Harbor Staff and at the door.
This is the first step for girls between 13 – 17 in the Miss Outstanding Teen or 18 – 23 in the Miss to Miss America. The Miss America organization is the largest scholarship provider for women in America.
Tickets are available at Harbor Drug, City Drug, Crown Drug, online and at the door 30 minutes prior to the movie.
Based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks, this 2004 romantic drama offers the wrong side of the tracks love story of young Allie and Noah (Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling). The tale is framed by being read from a notebook to nursing home resident Gene Rowlands, who is suffering from increasing memory loss and dementia, by fellow senior James Garner. The annual Valentines movie features the “Take Your Honey to Hoquiam” promotion with area restaurants, florists and others offering free movie tickets with qualifying purchases.
Starring Gena Rowlands, James Garner, and Rachel McAdams.
Our Take Your Honey to Hoquiam sponsors are 8th Street Ale House, Al’s Humdinger, Casa Mia, Deidra’s Deli and Farmers’ Market, Foggy’s Bar and Grill, Grizzlies Den, Hoquiam Brewing Company, Rose’s Taqueria, Simply Said Flowers, Simpson Avenue Grill, The Jitter House, Welcome Inn Bar and Grill. Be sure to take your special someone to one of these sponsors and you can get two tickets for the movie.
Also locally sponsored by Coleman Mortuary, Crown Drug of Hoquiam, Grays Harbor College, Great Northwest FCU, Harrison Family Mortuary, Hoquiam Senior Citizen Board, Oceana Spa, Pasha Automotive Services, Westhaven Villa, Wunderland Child Care, Jodesha Broadcasting and Alpha Media Grays Harbor.
For more than 25 years, the back wall has had a problem with rainwater penetration. It’s getting worse. During the rainy season, and worse during storms, water runs down the back wall on the inside next to the stage. Since this is a south-facing wall it gets the full brunt of the weather.
The wall is huge—70 feet high by 95 feet along the widest portion. Several treatments have been applied during the past 20 years, but have not helped and have ended up making the situation worse. The elastomeric and tar coatings have deteriorated and created small pockets which trap the rainwater. The water can’t escape and works its way into the inside of the theatre, on the stage back wall.
We hired a an exterior envelope consultant and have been working with our architect to come up with a permanent solution. A metal rain shield will be applied to the entire back wall, the flyloft roof will be replaced, and we hope to raise enough funding to extend the rain shield around to the alley side of the flyloft wall. This treatment has been approved by the Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
The cost to replace the flyloft roof (which is part of the problem) and to place a rain shield on the back wall is $238,000. The alley side will be an additional $58,000, for a total of $296,000 for the entire project. As of November 2017, we have raised $120,000, consisting of:
$75,000 from our savings
$35,000 grant from the Grays Harbor Community Foundation
$5,000 charitable gift from Timberland Bank
$5,000 in private donations
We’re almost halfway there! We are working on more grant applications at this time, and asking for additional donations from the community. When the community supports our projects it is very beneficial in obtaining funding from foundations.
The 7th Street Theatre has been an integral part of Grays Harbor for almost 90 years. We present classic films all year long, a young artist showcase, provide a beautiful historic venue for renters like the Hoquiam School District, Miss Grays Harbor, the 7th Street Kids, dance studios, and many others. Over 12,000 people attend the theatre every year!
Tickets are $8 for students and children, $12 for adults.
Tickets are available Crown Drug, Harbor Drug, at the door, and at Hoquiam High School during business hours.
The HHS Drama club will be performing the new musical, “Crybaby!” This jumping, jiving Tony nominee is a rebellious teen comedy event! It is based on the cult classic, 1990 John Waters film, Cry-Baby which starred Johnny Depp.
It’s 1954. Everyone likes Ike, nobody likes communism and Wade “Cry-Baby” Walker is the coolest boy in Baltimore. He’s a bad boy with a good cause – truth, justice and the pursuit of rock and roll. Cry-Baby and the square rich girl, Allison, are star-crossed lovers at the center of this world. Allison turns her back on her squeaky clean boyfriend, Baldwin, to become a “drape” (a Baltimore juvenile delinquent) and Cry-Baby’s girl. At the other end of the topsy-turvy moral meritocracy of 1954 America, Baldwin is the king of the squares and leads his close-harmony pals against the juvenile delinquents, who are ultimately arrested for arson, sending the drapes all off to prison.
Crybaby is a fun story, with great songs and dances. The show is directed by Patty Sundstrom, Alex Eddy, and Jessy Parks. Our cast is led by seniors Riley Jackson (Crybaby), Chaela Watkins (Allison), and Tigre Falla (Dupree), and a cast of 45 others!
Tickets are available at Brown Paper Tickets, Harbor Drug, City Drug, Crown Drug, and at the door half an hour before the movie.
The theatre’s most popular movie since 2003, “Raiders” is a sprawling adventure that that looks great on the Harbor’s biggest screen. The year is 1936. An archeology professor named Indiana Jones is venturing in the jungles of South America searching for a golden statue. Unfortunately, he sets off a deadly trap but miraculously escapes. Then, Jones hears from a museum curator named Marcus Brody about a biblical artifact called The Ark of the Covenant, which can hold the key to humanly existence. Jones has to venture to vast places such as Nepal and Egypt to find this artifact. However, he will have to fight his enemy Rene Belloq and a band of Nazis in order to reach it.
Starring Harrison Ford, Karen Allen, and Paul Freeman.
Locally sponsored by Rick Anderson, Ballet Theatre of Washington, Casa Mia, Coleman Mortuary, Stephen Crow, Dominos.com, Harbor Drug and Gifts, Rich Hartman’s Five Star Dealerships, The Jitter House, Nicholas Moir, Pasha Automotive Services, TS’s The Shop LLC, Westport LLC, Wunderland Childcare, Jodesha Broadcasting, and Alpha Media Grays Harbor.