Performing Arts

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7th Street Theatre

The 1928 theater is listed on the national historic register and is being restored. 213 7th St.,Hoquiam, WA (360) 537-7400 [1]

Bishop Center for the Performing Arts

This 440 seat campus theater includes performances of ballet, theater, classical and popular music, lectures, and family attractions. 1620 Edward P. Smith Dr., Aberdeen (360) 538-4066 [2]

D&R Theatre

The D&R Theatre was built in 1924. It enjoyed several decades as a movie theatre, until closing in 1985. The building sat and decayed, until very recently when it was purchased and restored by Aberdeen native, John Yonich. 205 South I St., Aberdeen (360) [3]

Driftwood Theatre

The season consists of five plays performed by the Driftwood Players. 120 3rd. St., Aberdeen (360) 538-1213 [4]

Elma Theater

Home to the Elma Children's Theater Association opened in 1928 and seats 600. 113 N. 4th St., Elma (360) 482-4810 [5]

Grays Harbor Symphony Orchestra

Established in 1925 and performing regularly in the Bishop Center for the Preforming Arts. 1620 Edward P. Smith Dr., Aberdeen (360) 538-4066 [6]

Raymond Theatre

A restored 1928 movie house showing current films three days a week. Live entertainment as well as silent films accompanied by an original Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ are also part of the menu. 323 3rd St., Raymond [7]

Willapa Players

This community theater group stages productions of American and English contemporary and classical theater in Hannan Playhouse and sponsors a Summer Youth Theater for children. 518 8th St., Raymond (360) 942-5477 [8]