Port Angeles Community Players, Washington

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Port Angeles Community Players

The Port Angeles Community Players are a small company of locals who present monthly plays of drama and comedy. If the weather on your Olympic National Park camping trip unexpectedly turns stormy, seeing a show could be a fun way to stay dry in Port Angeles. Read More

What can I see at the Port Angels Community Playhouse?

The Port Angeles Community Players are local actors, directors, and artists presenting plays by well known playwrights and authors, such as Agatha Christie and Mark Twain, as well as interesting, original works written by locals.

Where is the Port Angeles Community Playhouse?

Port Angeles Playhouse is located at 1235 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles, WA

The Port Angeles Playhouse can be reached by the 101 Olympic Highway into Port Angeles from the east (from Sequim or Dungness) by taking the 101 East into Port Angeles. Turn left on North Liberty Street. Turn left on South Liberty Street. Take the 3rd right onto East Lauridsen Blvd.

Traveling from the west (Forks, Elwah) follow US-101 East and make a slight right onto East Lauridsen Boulevard.

How much does a show cost?

Tickets are $15 at the door.

Who can I call if I have more questions?

The phone number for the Port Angeles Community Player’s office is 360-452-6651. Or visit their website at www.pacommunityplayers.com.