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Upcoming Events

September 16 - October 15
Trump the King, or POTUS DRUMPH

In case you haven't noticed there is an election going on! Theater Schmeater is going to add to the mayhem this fall with an original adaptation... read more »

September 24 - December 10
The Chop Shop

The Chop Shop Get in under the hood and work on your acting chops in a relaxed supportive environment. Scene work, audition work, character analysis, all can... read more »

October 14 - 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Belltown Art Walk

October 21 - October 22
Questionable Content

The hit comedy panel show that has put Seattle in stitches. Questionable Content brings a cavalcade of comedians, performers and artists to compete in an uproarious... read more »

November 11 - 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Belltown Art Walk

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The Mary Spirito Pillitteri, Vanita and Paul Mathews

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Theater Schmeater
2125 3rd Ave. Seattle, WA 98121 (206) 324-5801


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September 16 - October 15
Trump the King, or POTUS DRUMPH »
September 24 - December 10
The Chop Shop »
October 21 - October 22
Questionable Content »
November 12 - November 12
Auction Schmauction! »
5 shows for the price of 3
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A Busy Summer

ITs getting to be another busy summer here at Theater Schmeater. WE just closed Fatal Footlights, we have new edition of Questionable Content coming on May...

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Theater Schmeater is seeking a Musical Director

Theater Schmeater is currently seeking a music director for a summer production of an original musical, The Crossing by Paul Lewis. The Crossing will be directed...

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Power2Give and Theater Schmeater

Theater Schmeater and ArtsFund have teamed up through their Power2Give program to try to raise money for our original summer musical, The Crossing, by Paul Lewis....

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