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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Please note: All AA and BB Seating (Balcony) is only accessible via staircase.

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Sherlock Holmes and the Precarious Position

May 15 – Jun 22, 2024

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Sister Act

Jul 10 – Aug 10, 2024

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My Lord, What a Night

Sep 18 – Oct 19, 2024

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Sherlock Holmes and the Precarious Position

by Margaret Raether

Now Extended through June 22!

Corsets, crowns, and a missing royal jewel set the stage for a battle of wits in this tale of deception, suspense, and deduction. When the bookish Perkins sisters approach Sherlock Holmes with a case, they unveil a theatrical scheme of encyclopedic proportions. 4 actors play multiple characters and the mystery turns deadly.

Now Extended! | May 15 – Jun 22, 2024

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Sister Act

Music by Alan Menken • Lyrics by Glenn Slater • Book by Cheri Steinkellner and Bill Steinkellner

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A feel-good musical comedy like “nun” other! Delores dreams of fame and fortune, but after witnessing a murder she lands in protective custody. Being disguised as a nun can’t cramp her style, and soon she’s inspired the whole choir.

Single Tickets now on sale! | Jul 10 – Aug 10, 2024

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My Lord, What a Night

by Deborah Brevoort

SINGLE TICKETS ON SALE JULY 9!

Based on the real-life friendship between famed contralto Marian Anderson and physicist Albert Einstein.
Marian Anderson is denied lodging after delighting a sold-out Princeton audience. When her long-time fan, Albert Einstein, invites her to stay in his home, the two begin a lifelong friendship. Watch as they grapple with their responsibility as an artist and scientist in a world plagued by racial segregation and a looming world war.

SINGLE TICKETS ON SALE JULY 9! | Sep 18 – Oct 19, 2024

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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.