Jewell Mainstage

Seating 226 people on the main floor and balcony, the Jewell Mainstage has a thrust stage (seats wrap around three sides). You’ll never be more than 30 feet from the action.

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SEE HOW THEY RUN

Jan 26 – Mar 5, 2022

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THE SPITFIRE GRILL

Mar 23 – Apr 30, 2022

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May 18 – Oct 29, 2022

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SEE HOW THEY RUN

Directed by Karen Lund | Written by Philip King

TICKETS ON SALE NOW
All Penelope wants is an evening out on the town; even vicars’ wives deserve a little fun. But between a buzzed busybody in the closet, a volley of vicars galloping across the lawn, and a Soviet spy on the loose, her night of fun creates mayhem for all. Precocious and preposterous, this comedy is pure pandemonium!

TICKETS ON SALE NOW | Jan 26 – Mar 5, 2022

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THE SPITFIRE GRILL

Music and Book by James Valcq | Lyrics and Book by Fred Alley | Based on the film by Lee David Zlotoff

TICKETS ON SALE FEB 15
Percy is fresh out of prison and searching for a new life when she arrives in Gilead and meets Hannah, who is ready to leave The Spitfire Grill behind. After Percy convinces Hannah to run a contest and raffle off the grill, entries start pouring in from around the country and rumors and secrets swirl through the once picture-perfect town. In this soul-stirring musical, forgiveness and a spirit of hope go a long way in pointing the way home. 

TICKETS ON SALE Feb 15! | Mar 23 – Apr 30, 2022

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NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS ON SALE MID-FEBRUARY
Taproot is rolling out a brand-new lineup of productions you won’t want to miss! We’ve had some changes to our 2022 lineup, and we can’t wait to reveal the full year of productions to you soon! 

May 18 – Oct 29, 2022

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Taproot Theatre acknowledges that we live, work and play on the unceded and traditional territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, specifically the Duwamish, and that we occupy this land. This acknowledgement does not take the place of authentic relationships with Indigenous communities but serves as a first step in honoring the land we occupy and resisting the erasure of Indigenous past, present and future.