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Music & Theatre in Spokane, WA (showing 1 - 5 out of 5)

Bing Crosby Theater

Bing Crosby Theater

901 Sprague Ave
Spokane, WA 99201directionsDirections
(509) 227-7638

History and drama converge at the Bing Crosby Theater, also known as the Metropolitan Performing Arts Center. This structure originally opened in 1915 as the Old Clemmer Theatre and has since been added to the National List of historic Places. The stage in this vintage venue has been the place where several classic performances have taken place, among them such notable stage presentations of Gone with the Wind and The Godfather. Today, it is widely considered to be Spokane's most impressive venue where ballets, plays, classical concerts, and other entertainment still electrifies audiences.

Jundt Art Museum

Jundt Art Museum

502 E Boone Ave
Spokane, WA 99258directionsDirections
(509) 313-6843

Strolling through the impressive galleries at the Jundt Art Museum will put your senses on high alert. The various captivating images, sculptures, and other pieces are as stunning as they are thought-provoking. Prints, glass works, photographs and tapestries from some of the world's most recognized artists make up the impressive collection, so plan to spend more than a little while absorbing it all.

Spokane Civic Theatre

Spokane Civic Theatre

1020 N Howard St
Spokane, WA 99201directionsDirections
(509) 325-2507

The Spokane Civic Theatre boasts an impressive vintage. Originally constructed in the late 1940s, the venue still offers some of the city's most respected theatrical productions that include critically lauded comedies, musicals, and dramas. Every season is filled with must-see performances and entertainment, so make sure you get your tickets early. The theater also features two main seating areas. Enjoy the action on stage from the Main Stage for a more panoramic view, or see it from a more intimate perspective when you sit in the Studio Theatre.

Spokane Convention Center

Spokane Convention Center

334 W Spokane Falls Blvd
Spokane, WA 99201directionsDirections
(509) 279-7000

The Spokane Convention Center is one of the city's crown jewels when it comes to arts and entertainment. The venue is home to both the Opera House and the Convention Center. This spacious structure always has a busy schedule of performances like plays, ballets as well as dramas, comedies and musicals. It is also the home of the Spokane Symphony. In addition to its artistic offerings, Spokane's economy is bolstered as several corporate conventions, trade shows and other business functions take place here, as well.

The Blue Door Theatre

The Blue Door Theatre

815 W Garland Ave
Spokane, WA 99205directionsDirections
(509) 747-7045

You'll laugh, you'll dance, and you'll have a hard time forgetting the frenzied, side-splitting performance of the improv theater troupe that hits the stage regularly at the Blue Door. This group originally began in Seattle but fortunately, for audiences in Spokane, they now make their home at the Blue Door. The venue is intimate, as it only seats 65 audience members, but before the evening is over, you'll be laughing along with 65 of your closest friends!

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