LAKEWOOD PLAYHOUSE | Lakewood, WA 98499

Celebrating Our 76th Season             
5729 Lakewood Towne Center Blvd.
Lakewood, WA  98499  (253) 588-0042

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Lit Viewings are not productions. They are an opportunity for family to observe the final class and students to share some of the skills they learned over the 6 weeks.

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Full and Partial Scholarships are available based on financial need, and are arranged in exchange for parental assistance with productions and/or other volunteer needs.

We are thankful for our sponsor, The Clover Park Rotary Club for their financial support of our scholarship program as well as our individual gracious donors. 
You are changing lives!!


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WE ARE PROUD PRESENT THE
FOURTH SHOW Of Our 76th SEASON

ONLY
10
SHOWS
REMAINING


THE INCREDIBLE STORY
OF
HELEN KELLER & ANNE SULLIVAN






















BY WILLIAM GIBSON

Directed By
Theatre Artists of Olympia Managing Artistic Director
PUG BUJEAUD

February 20th through March 15th

Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00pm / Sundays at 2:00pm


"Pay What You Can"
THURSDAYS

Thursday, March 5th at 8:00pm
(Actor's Benefit)

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"HOPE is LIFE'S GREATEST LESSON"

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Helen Keller, who has been unable to speak, hear, or see since childhood, is increasingly difficult to educate, and her parents find Annie Sullivan to do the job. Although she is new to teaching, it is through Annie's strong will and unshakable faith that Helen discovers how to survive and thrive in the world through the eyes and ears of others.

Last Presented on the Lakewood Playhouse Stage in 2003

Presented by Special Arrangement
with Samuel French, Inc.


Parental Advisory:

Due to the nature of Helen Keller's journey,
there will be a lot of Stage Combat during the show

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SPRING
SESSIONS
BEGIN
April 6th
















(Ages 10-18)
Tuesday, Wednesdays 
Thursdays
 4:30pm - 6:30pm

Performance
May 15th
May 16th (11am & 3pm)

Tuition
$350.00

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BEGINNING
MUSICAL THEATER
(Ages 6-9)
Mondays
4:30pm - 6:30pm

Performance
May 18th

Tuition
$150.00

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HOME SCHOOL
THE RUDE
MECHANICALS
(Ages 6-18)
Tuesdays
12:30pm - 3:30pm

Performance
May 19th

Tuition
$190.00

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EARLY STARS
RAPUNZEL
(Ages  3-5)
Wednesdays
1:30pm - 2:30pm

Performance
May 13th

Tuition
$80.00

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