Handcrafted Treasures from the original stage floor!

Check out our “treasure chests” hand-crafted from the original stage floor!  Local woodworker Mark Walden is producing 10 at a time.  Each one is individually numbered and stamped on the bottom.  They are available at Gray’s General Store (on Simpson in the McHugh’s Furniture building) for $65 each.


Friday May 18 @ 7:30

Tickets $7/Adults & $5/Students & Kids

Available at Harbor Drug in Hoquiam, Brown Paper Tickets, and at the door one-half hour before the concert
Performing will be 21 of the Harbor’s most talented young vocalists, pianists, and instrumentalists. Students from Aberdeen, Hoquiam, Montesano, and South Bend will perform, ranging in age from middle school to college.

The 2012 Young Artist Showcase will feature Meghan Anderson (voice), Karmen Ayres (flute), Kelly Barr (voice), Brianne Bonell (voice), Libby Carrico (voice), Nicole DeMontigny (voice), Jordan Dehnert (voice), Kaitlin Donohoe (vocal duet), Cora Foss (voice), Haylee Hamilton (piano), Seth Hollen (voice), Keola Holt (voice), Austin Lenz (voice), Alyssa McCowan (vocal duet), Autumn McGiveron (voice), Clara Park (piano), Branden Sandberg (baritone saxophone), Victoria Schuh (voice), Katie Sherwood (voice), Sadie Smith (piano), and Quentin Sotomish (voice). Libby Carrico, Keola Holt, and Cora Foss will also perform as members of the Golden Trio. The concert will be hosted by Miss Grays Harbor’s Outstanding Teen, Elizabeth Henderson.

Each performer will perform one selection. The program will feature a wide range of musical styles. The concept of the program is to give outstanding music and dance students from local schools and private studios an opportunity to perform before a wider audience, and to give members of the community an opportunity to see these outstanding musicians and dancers perform.


Seattle Shakespeare’s ROMEO and JULIET

Tuesday May 15th @ 7:00 pm

$12 for Adult, $7 Youth Under 20

All proceeds support Shakespeare plays and education for middle and high schools in Grays Harbor. 

Ticket outlets wll be announced soon!

In the midst of an historical bitter feud, passionate young love emerges. Defying their parents, Romeo and Juliet marry and plot to run away together, only to be thwarted at every turn.

This classic play is a swashbuckling drama and the greatest love story ever told. Seattle Shakespeare’s 90-minute, touring production of Shakespeare’s classic has delighted students all across the state, including Grays Harbor students, for years and now the public has the opportunity to join us for a fundraising event featuring Romeo and Juliet. 

After the show, Seattle Shakespeare will be talking about the value of Shakespeare and theatre to Grays Harbor students, and asking for voluntary donations.



Movie: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off


Fri & Sat May 11 & 12 @ 7:30

Tickets just $5/adults & $3/youth available at Harbor Drug and Books on 7th in Hoquiam, Brown Paper Tickets and at the door.  Doors open @ 7:00

Ferris is a street-wise kid who knows all the tricks. Today he decides to take the day off school. When Ferris takes the day off, so must his best friends, Cameron and Sloane. Cameron is reluctantly persuaded to borrow his father’s Ferrari, and together they hatch a plan to get Sloane out of class. Suspicious dean of students Ed Rooney knows all about Ferris, but can never catch him. Ferris’ sister Jeanie is also frustrated that Ferris always gets away with his tricks and she doesn’t. Furthermore, Ferris is an ‘angel’ in his parents eyes. It’s Ferris’ day off, he’s out to enjoy himself, and he does!  Starring Matthew Broderick.

Locally sponsored by The Daily World, Durney Insurance, Grays Harbor College, Levee Lumber, and Kerry McKay

Movie: Charade (1963)

Part of our Silver Screen Classics Series

Sat @ 7:30 & Sun matinee @ 2:00

Tickets just $5/adults & $3/youth, available at Harbor Drug and Books on 7th in Hoquiam, online at Brown Paper Tickets, and at the door one-half hour before the movie.

Regina is about to divorce her husband when she finds that he has been murdered after converting every penny they owned to cash, which is also missing. She meets Cary Grant who changes his name every 15 minutes or so and is interested in her husband’s money, which seems to have come from a WWII payroll he stole. His partners in crime are also very interested in where the money is, as he stole it from them as well. Everyone assumes Regina MUST know where the money is. The situation becomes more tense when the searchers begin turning up dead.

Starring Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn, Walter Matthau and James Coburn

Locall sponsored by The Bank of the Pacific, Coleman Mortuary, The Daily World and Grays Harbor College

Original Stage Floor Removal

On September 18, 2010, volunteers and board members removed the original Douglas Fir tongue & groove flooring.  The original floor had seen better days and had become a safety hazard to performers.  It was replaced with maple.  The front 8 feet of the stage still has the original maple flooring.



Stencils are done

The lobby animal stencils are now complete! EverGreene took off for a short time and just finished a few jobs including the stencils. There are four different animals painted on the walls of the 7th Street Theatre. Here’s the only information we’ve found regarding their background — The Hoquiam American, July 5, 1928: Bordering the upper walls of the lobby are stenciled likeness of the fabled ornythorinkus, vamupus cat and sidehill gouger, conceived by modern man as having once populated the forests and mountains of the Olympic Peninsula.