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Capital Playhouse is a private non-profit, performing arts education and performance organization. The Playhouse operates year round. Seven of the eight separate and distinct programs serve youth between the ages of five and eighteen. Located in the downtown business community, the Playhouse has a 125-seat black box theater on site.
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The brainchild of Chris Beug and Nathan Weaver, Obsidian is named after a black crystal. It has a dual personality of cafe and a performance space. Drop in during the day to have delicious coffee, artisanal tea and tasty bites. Come evening and it is transformed into a concert venue where you can enjoy the live gigs with cocktails and craft beer. Their industrial decor is warm and welcoming, making you want to linger for long.
The Northern is an alternative little space which seeks to foster a love for music and arts among the people of Olympia. The aim is to involve those of all ages with no exclusion whatsoever. Bands are invited all the time while artists are a given a platform to showcase their works and meet like-minded people. Call for details.
Opened in 1924, Capitol Theatre is a non-profit theater is run by volunteers of the Olympia Film Society. Going off the beaten track, the theater showcases an alternative line-up of motion pictures. From independent films and foreign documentaries, to artsy and indie titles, their screenings are a big draw among cinema buffs. Located in the heart of downtown, it seats up to 2,500 and plays host to the city's annual film festival as well as an array of special events.
"Masterworks Choral Ensemble is dedicated to performance, community service, music education, and leadership in the arts. Masterworks' mission is to perform sacred and secular choral, orchestral, and newly commissioned works; to collaborate with other arts groups; to participate in community service activities; and to provide a leadership role in developing, sponsoring, and broadening the vocal arts."
The Washington Center for the Performing Arts is committed to providing a wide variety of entertainment and cultural activities for the residents of five counties. They present a season of national and international touring artists from a broad spectrum of genres and styles.
Enjoy wonderful performances at the historic State Theater. Amenities at the theater include a concession stand with beer, wine, soda, coffee, tea, cookies and other treats and assisted listening devices.
The Olympia Chamber Orchestra is committed to music, the musicians, and the community. To fulfill those commitments, the OCO presents quality concerts at low prices.
Rhythm & Rye on Capitol Way, is a great live music venue where you can kick off the weekend. The drinks are affordable and the service is quite friendly, all in all it's a welcoming sort of place with simple yet comfortable interiors. The acoustics are fantastic, owing to which, they have live music shows almost every night. The event schedule features the best of up and coming local musicians and bands. Genres are pretty eclectic - rock, pop, jazz, blues - you name it, they host it! The cover prices during bigger shows are well under 10 USD and happy hour runs all week between 4p and 7p; definitely worth a visit, this one!
A vital member of the Olympia Arts Scene, this symphony orchestra was founded in 1947 and performs a regular concert schedule of four season concerts, one pops concert, and one summer concert each season.
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