Thank you for celebrating the love of musicals with us in our 18th Season!

Stay tuned for next season’s announcement! Meanwhile, please help us finish our 18th strong by donating to Showtunes in May and June!




Showtunes Theatre Company exists to amplify the voice of the Broadway canon and the artists who bring it to life!


We give a voice to rarely produced musicals.


And sometimes, we help them be heard in a new way. (See our recent productions below…)


We also create a platform for the voice of Seattle’s professional artists, giving opportunity to newcomers to be discovered and for veterans to be heard in new ways.


If you love musicals, help AMPLIFY our company’s voice by donating and becoming a Showtunes member at the link below.



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Members of Showtunes receive a special discount code for tickets to our productions as well as other benefits and perks.

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Have a look at our recent productions!

Showtunes gathers the top professional talent of the Seattle area to produce concerts of the rare gems of Broadway at Benaroya Hall and ACT Theatre. It provides a wonderful home for people who love musicals and invaluable work for the artists of our region. 

 (Photos by Chris Bennion. Boys from Syracuse Promo Photos by Danielle Barnum.)



The Boys from Syracuse – March 2018

We returned to our grand, “Classic Showtunes Style” at Benaroya Hall from March 23-25, 2018 with a production of The Boys from Syracuse, by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors featuring classic tunes like “This Can’t Be Love” and “Falling in Love with Love”. This production was produced by Showtunes in association with Village Theatre as part of a city-wide “Seattle Celebrates Shakespeare” festival initiated by the 5thAvenue Theatre. The show was directed by master of farce and classic comedy Steve Tomkins, Artistic Director of Village Theatre.



Bridges of Madison County – October 2017

Bridges of Madison County was the first concert of our 2017-2018 season, staged in a three-quarter round presentation in the Allen Theatre at ACT. Audiences were surrounded by the sound of the beautiful score by Jason Robert Brown (Parade, The Last Five Years), and they sat up close and personal with the intimate story adapted by Marsha Norman (The Secret Garden).



Shenandoah – October 2016

In October of 2016, Showtunes produced its inaugural production as part of the ACTLab program at ACT Theatre. We were honored to be given permission to present Broadway classic Shenandoah from a brand new perspective. Seattle veteran Anne Allgood re-interpreted the role of Charlie Anderson, made famous by John Cullum and Jimmy Stewart, as a mother fighting to hold her family together during the Civil War.
Shenandoah features music by Gary Geld, lyrics by Peter Udell, and a book by Udell, Philip Rose and James Lee Barrett, based on Barrett’s original screenplay for the 1965 film.



Leap of Faith – December 2016

In December, Leap of Faith made its first appearance in the Pacific Northwest since its original run in New York. Audiences here finally had a chance to hear its soaring gospel score by Alan Menken (The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Sister Act, Newsies) come to life in our biggest concert ever! Leading the cast was Louis Hobson, Broadway and Seattle veteran, who had been part of the original Broadway show.
In addition to Alan Menken’s music, Leap of Faith features lyrics by Glenn Slater and a book by Janus Cercone and Slater.



The Unsinkable Molly Brown – March 2017

The Unsinkable Molly Brown celebrates the spirit of an American woman who emerged from the backwoods of Colorado, danced her way through the ballrooms of the world’s elite, and survived the sinking of the Titanic.
Not only did we have an amazing production team led by Director Billie Wildrick and Music Director Nathan Young, but we cast eight local powerhouse performers to share the role of Molly Brown, capturing the spirit of this American folk hero through multiple perspectives.



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