The phrase, 'The Show Must Go On' has been a standard operating procedure for the Warehouse Theatre Company in Yakima for over six decades. However, 2020 has challenged the WTC in ways this local community theatre group has never been challenged before.

When a worldwide pandemic force the shutdown of 'normal' operations and the theatre stage is bare, the seats are empty, the lights dimmed and patrons are homebound, it's time to think outside of the box. That's exactly what the team at WTC has done, by offering a new 'Virtual' Holiday Series you won't want to miss!

Stephen Clark - Warehouse Theatre

Warehouse Theatre Company members have been hard at work preparing for a virtual WTC Holiday production!  Featuring children from recent WTC productions, this four-week event is sure to make your spirits bright! WTC Executive Director, Vance Jennings, shares the details of this innovative opportunity:

The Warehouse Theatre Kids Company presents a series of virtual productions airing right on our website.  These free productions are offered to our community as a thank you for your continued patronage and support. Access the content by using the password listed with each show.  Each show is only accessible during it's 3-day run until all shows are replayed on Christmas Eve.

Here's the lineup of Shows:

The Christmas Truce

Available from 7:00 pm on Thursday, November 26 until 11:00 pm on Saturday, November 28 - Password: TRUCE

Elves: Disaster in the Control Room

Available from 7:00 pm on Thursday, December 3 until 11:00 pm on Saturday, December 5 - Password: DISASTER

Christmas Shorts Online - Part 1

Available from 7:00 pm on Thursday, December 10 until 11:00 pm on Saturday, December 12 - Password: SHORTS1

Christmas Shorts Online - Part 2

Available from 7:00 pm on Thursday, December 17 until 11:00 pm on Saturday, December 19 - Password: SHORTS2

Jennings reminds that there is:

No admission; the shows are our gift to the community and to our young performers who have been unable to be in our usual holiday offering.

These performances will be enjoyed by the whole family. The Warehouse Theatre Company, now more than ever, can use as much community support as possible. Not being able to stage shows and sell tickets, the WTC relies much more on the generosity of its patrons to donate what they can. Click Here to donate. For more information on the Warehouse Theatre Company, visit their website: warehousetheatrecompany.org.

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