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The Immigrant Garden ~ Letters ~ by Caroline Wood is a beautifully written, two-act, 90-minute staged reading. Set in 1910-1911 and told through an exchange of letters between 17-year-old Cecily Barnes of Washington, and 70-something Louise Beauchamp of Yorkshire, this is the story of an English garden and the hearts that grew it.

Cecily is passionate about having a flower garden and sends to England for seeds. Thus begins a joyous conversation via letters between the women, which grows into a friendship transcending time and oceans. Candace Andrews is directing, Bethany Riddle is producing.

Performances are 7:30 pm on the Princess stage Friday, September 10 and 17, and 2:30 pm on the Sylvan Stage in Prosser City Park on Saturday, September 11 and 18. This production has concluded its run.


MTI’s All Together Now! – A Global Event Celebrating Local Theatre is a musical revue fundraiser featuring songs from MTI’s beloved shows. Audiences members will enjoy a broad range of songs from the Music Theatre International’s play catalog including “Be Our Guest” from Beauty and the Beast, “This is the Moment” from Jekyll and Hyde, “We are all in this Together” from High School Musical, “Seize the Day” from Newsies, “Stop the World” from Come From Away, and “Beautiful City” from Godspell.

Performances are 7:30 pm on the Princess stage Friday, November 12 and Saturday, November 13; and a 2:30 pm matinee Sunday, November 14. 

This production has concluded its run.


Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues includes 16 monologues and group pieces
which encourage women to celebrate the sacredness of their bodies and explores the impact of women losing autonomy over their bodies. All pieces are based on interviews with real women. Performances include mature language and are recommended for individuals 18 and over. Kimberly A. Starr is directing.

Performances are 7:30 pm on the Princess stage Friday, February 11 and 18; Saturday, February 12 and 19, and 2:30 pm Sunday, February 13. This production has concluded its run.


This season’s bonus offering is Magic Beans, kids’ music artist Eric Herman’s new musical, theatrical, magical, and beanical stage show, featuring his Puppy Dogs band and a spectacle of video projections, comedy sketches, and music. Part concert, part interactive theatre performance, part psychedelic art exhibit, this show promises to be a unique experience for kids and families. The Princess Theatre is happy to host this exclusive “first look” preview of the show, which will be premiering later in Richland, then moving to Seattle, Los Angeles, and several regional universes.

Performances are 7:30 pm on the Princess stage Friday, March 18 and Saturday, March 19; 2:30 pm Saturday, March 19 and Sunday, February 13. Special family-friendly pricing will be offered.

This production has concluded its run.


The Boys Next Door, written by Tom Griffin, is the story of four men with various mental disabilities who live in a group home. One has obsessive-compulsive disorder and works as a janitor, another works in a donut shop and has a prized collection of keys, a third cannot read but proudly shows off his library card along with a stack of books he has borrowed, and the fourth, who has schizophrenia, believes that he is a pro golfer.

The production team recommends the play for teens and older, due to dated terms, including a racial slur, and strong language. Bill Campbell and Allisen Garza are directing.

Performances are 7:30 pm on the Princess stage Friday, April 29 and May 6; Saturday, April 30 and May 7; 2:30 pm  Sunday, May 1. Tickets are $15 for adults, $13 for seniors (65+) and students.

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