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.
SPOKANE CIVIC THEATRE HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY
Effective May 6, 2022
After being pandemic paused for too many months, Spokane Civic Theatre reopened in January 2022. Health and safety policies have been communicated on a rolling basis. Effective May 6, 2022, masks are no longer required while inside the Civic facility. Vaccination against COVID-19 is encouraged.
Thank you for supporting Spokane Civic Theatre’s Values and promoting good health in our facility which, ultimately, has kept us active and open. Your flexibility and cooperation is greatly appreciated.
As development in our area, the North Bank, continues, we anticipate parking to be nebulous and difficult. Although Spokane Civic Theatre only owns and controls its land, we actively explore accessibility measures with surrounding property owners. At this time, we recommend that you arrive early and park in the main Arena lot, directly west of Spokane Civic Theatre. If possible, please carpool or ride share. For those in need of accessibility support, please be dropped off in front of our facility and utilize the ramp for entry.
Please visit the Parking page on Civic’s website for details, a map and updates by clicking here.