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Since its inception, Stage Left Theater has been known to dish out some of the most memorable performances the city has seen. A relatively small theater, there's no lack of entertainment or excitement here, with vast variety of shows scheduled throughout the year. While it largely plays host to plays, comedy shows and musicals; concerts, dance performances, and other stage shows are not an uncommon sight site. With fabulous acoustics and cozy seating, this theater offers its audience a more intimate experience, often enabling one to connect with the performers and artists on stage.
Formerly the Spokane Opera House, the INB Performing Arts Center is one of the best performing arts venues in the area. It seats 2700 people and has good acoustics. This venue has been used by concerts and theater, including Phantom of the Opera and The Lion King.
Formerly the Metropolitan Performing Arts Center, the theater was renamed in 2006 to legendary performer Bing Crosby. The theater was built in 1915 with a neoclassic design and was renovated in 1988. The renovation preserved its historic elegance while providing the theater with modern technology. The theater can hold up to 750 people and boasts some of the best acoustics in the city.
Built in 1931 as the Fox Theater, the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox got a new lease of life after a long renovation in 2007. An art deco beauty, it is now the base of the Spokane Symphony and hosts a myriad of performing arts events. Enjoy delightful performances at this historic venue.
Spokane Civic Theatre is one of the oldest community theaters in Spokane. The theater has two stages, where the main stage holds 339 people and the Studio theater holds 96 people. Local actors perform international and local plays. The theater also offers theater classes for people of all ages.