We are thrilled to announce that the Olympia Symphony Orchestra will be sending a string trio to participate in the DuPont Performing Arts Walk!
The Olympia Symphony Orchestra has been performing in the South Sound since 1947. As the South Sound's premiere orchestra, they continue to bring quality live music to the region. Ripple Theatre Project is so excited to partner with them on the DuPont Performing Arts Walk.
We are looking for sponsors for the DuPont Performing Arts Walk! We have a variety of sponsorship levels and benefits. If you are a local business in DuPont, please consider sponsoring this exciting event! We have some great performing organizations lining up to perform!
Ripple Theatre Project is looking for performance groups to participate in the DuPont Performing Arts Walk. The DuPont Performing Arts Walk is an outdoor event. Audience members will walk between performance spaces and watch each group perform a 10-minute piece. Please note performance groups will be performing the 10-minute piece 4-5 times. If you are interested in participating, please e-mail RippleTheatreWA@gmail.com with info about your performance group.
Ripple Theatre Project is thrilled to announce the DuPont Performing Arts Walk. The Performing Arts Walk will take place July 30, 31 and August 1, 2021. We will be using the north side of the State Farm grounds (facing Clock Tower Park).
The DuPont Performing Arts Walk will bring local performing arts groups to DuPont. It's a wonderful opportunity to see music, theatre and dance right here in DuPont. This is an outdoor event. Audience members will walk between performance spaces. Enjoying the arts in the open air.
We are excited to announce the launch of Ripple Theatre Project in Washington. Ripple Theatre Project will be bringing live theatrical events to the South Sound region focusing on Steilacoom and DuPont. Ripple is excited to bring the talents of other Washington arts organizations to the DuPont and Steilacoom communities. Stay tuned for the announcement of our 2021 events!
The Mountain News has a lovely article about our extension of Some Enchanted Evening, the Songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein. We are so excited to be remounting this show at the Tudor House in Lake Arrowhead!
Ripple Theatre Project is partnering with Redlands Bowl Performing Arts to tour a show about musical theatre to elementary schools in the Inland Empire. Ripple has been developing The Melodies of Broadway which walks students through the decades of Broadway musicals sharing excerpts of songs from Guys and Dolls, Mary Poppins, Hello Dolly, In The Heights, and more! The tour will run the last two weeks of April giving elementary students at 18 different schools a glimpse of the magic of musical theatre.
Ripple's talented cast includes Alexander Gonzales, Mark Isaak, Autumn Manson, Sage Manson, and Isabella Rodriguez.