Spokane Civic Theatre, founded in 1947, is an award-winning nonprofit community theatre. The organization, which is a fundamental part of the arts community in the Inland Northwest and a fixture in downtown Spokane’s North Bank area, produces more than 20 plays, musicals and other live events annually. Located at 1020 North Howard Street since 1967, Civic spaces include the Firth J Chew Studio Theatre and Margot and Robert Ogden Main Stage. Spokane Civic Theatre’s training arm is home to hundreds of developing artists, studying at progressive levels in a variety of classes and workshops.
After too many months without productions, beginning January 28, it is lights up at Civic with the regional premiere of the outrageously hilarious The Play That Goes Wrong.
Although experiencing live entertainment may not be as comfortable as it was, Civic is dedicated to following all health and safety guidance upon reopening. Details and policies will be communicated on a rolling basis to provide the safest and strongest opportunity for a wonderful day at the theatre.