People of all ages make it a tradition to see the Spring and Summer musicals at the oldest outdoor theater in Washington (since 1923), Kitsap Forest Theater.
Outdoor Theater at its Best – A Day Hike, A Picnic and Mary Poppins.
People from Seattle, Shoreline, Lynnwood, Everett (Puget Sound residence) can all find adventure and fun this spring by venturing out to one of oldest outdoor theaters to see live musical theater.
Each weekend from Memorial Day through June 14th, the Mountaineers Players will present the brand new musical, Mary Poppins
Whether it’s a hike down to see one of the largest trees in the state of Washington, or enjoying the rhododendron preserve, a quarter-mile trail transports visitors to another time and place where stories for all ages have come to life since 1923. The presentation of the spring show coincides with the blooming of the wild rhododendrons that grow along the hillsides and down the trail to the theater. Generations of theatergoers have enjoyed the scenic drive or ferry ride to the theater, and often come early to picnic under the firs before the trail to the theater opens at 1:00 pm.
A treasured family tradition in the greater Seattle arts community since 1923, The Mountaineers Players continues to bring Puget Sound audiences quality outdoor theater under the conifer canopy of its Kitsap Forest Theater every spring and summer. One of the oldest nonprofit theater groups in the country, the Players troupe performs in the midst of the 460-acre Rhododendron Preserve near Bremerton. Giant fir trees surround terraced seating – carved from the side of a natural amphitheater – while verdant ferns serve as the “footlights” for the performance stage.
Publicity photos, ticket information and directions available on KFT website.
Two complimentary tickets available to members of the news media.
Name: Gala Lindvall
Organization: Kitsap Forest Theater
Address: Kitsap Forest Theater 3000 Seabeck Highway Bremerton, WA 98312
For more information, please visit http://www.ForestTheater.com
Release ID: 81905