The historic Port Gamble Theater was built during the boom times of this Pacific Northwest Victorian mill town near the turn of the last century.
Used for community theater, vaudeville and eventually a movie house. It has been vacant and in a preserved state since 1956, when the last movie reel ended. History seeps from this space.
Today, the building has been renovated into a performing arts facility, with a seating capacity of up to 250. As a historic asset, this space is available for artistic uses for the community-book it today!
Join us as a cast member, volunteer here to create a new chapter in the history books of Port Gamble, use this space to create a memorable moment for your event--or enjoy one of our productions.
The Port Gamble Theater co and the resident troupe "The Roving Players", was formed as a loosely organized group in 1987 producing mostly Shakespearean and original scripts. What began as a two show season expanded to include dinner theater, and several full length productions a year. After our incorporation in 1994 we added a Children's Creative Dramatics Workshop, founded Poulsbo's Renaissance Nights in the Park, formed an improv group, and started touring our productions to several neighboring communities.
Today, we are permanent in residence in the historic Victorian Era Port Gamble Theater. We love treading the boards in this 100 year old space. Join us!