Jewell Mainstage

Seating 226 people on the main floor and balcony, the Jewell Mainstage has a thrust stage (seats wrap around three sides). You’ll never be more than 30 feet from the action.

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A NIGHT WITH THE RUSSELLS: THE LEGACY OF US

Sep 21 – Oct 29, 2022

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A Woman of No Importance

Jan 25 – Feb 25, 2023

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As It is in Heaven

Mar 22 – Apr 22, 2023

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Jeeves Takes a Bow

May 17 – Jun 17, 2023

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The Hello Girls

Jul 12 – Aug 12, 2023

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Last Drive to Dodge

Sep 20 – Oct 21, 2023

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A NIGHT WITH THE RUSSELLS: THE LEGACY OF US

stories and songs performed by Faith Bennett Russell, Be Russell, and Sarah Russell

Re-Opening Oct 8!
An evening of laughter, love, and unrelenting joy! Seattle’s own Sarah, Be, and Faith Bennett Russell carry on their family’s legacy as storytellers, while celebrating their individual journeys as Black female artists. From their roots in Jamaica, to their home in Seattle, this cabaret is filled with songs both new and old. Bring your tissues and party-poppers, and prepare to leave with a song in your heart.

Re-Opening Oct 8 | Sep 21 – Oct 29, 2022

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A Woman of No Importance

by Oscar Wilde

Directed by Karen Lund

2023 Season
Gerald’s prospects are bright as he celebrates his new position with the notorious Lord Illingworth. But amidst the glittering banter at Lady Hunstanton’s party, a long buried scandal is revealed. Will the unveiling of Gerald’s lineage change the trajectory of his future? And what of the lovely American who’s captured his heart? This comedic classic from Oscar Wilde will charm you with its cleverness and wit.

Jan 25 – Feb 25, 2023

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As It is in Heaven

by Arlene Hutton

Directed by Marianne Savell

REGIONAL PROFESSIONAL PREMIERE

2023 Season
REGIONAL PROFESSIONAL PREMIERE
“’Tis a gift to be simple,” sing the Shakers of Pleasant Hill. But as the young women in the community claim new spiritual gifts, Sister Hannah and the other elders must judge whether these gifts are real or rebellion. Set during America’s surge of Utopian communities, the play wrestles with belief and doubt in a swiftly changing world.

Mar 22 – Apr 22, 2023

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Jeeves Takes a Bow

Adapted by Margaret Raether | From the stories of P. G. Wodehouse

Directed by Scott Nolte

REGIONAL PROFESSIONAL PREMIERE

2023 Season
REGIONAL PROFESSIONAL PREMIERE
Bertie’s back! And this time his talent for trouble trails him to the Big Apple. When childhood chum Binkey Binkersteth knocks, one knacky notion leads to masterful mayhem and soon the notorious Knuckles McCann is fitting Bertie for a Chicago overcoat. Fortunately, the unflappable Jeeves is close at hand with a stiff cuppa joe and a penchant for putting things right!

May 17 – Jun 17, 2023

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The Hello Girls

Music & Lyrics by Peter C. Mills | Book by Peter Mills & Cara Reichel

Directed by Karen Lund

REGIONAL PROFESSIONAL PREMIERE

2023 Season
REGIONAL PROFESSIONAL PREMIERE
“Imagine a time when the world was divided…
A world where freedom is under assault…
A world where nationalism is on the rise…
We’re talking about the year 1918, of course.”  

Helmet, check. Gas Mask, check… Lipstick, check. In this new musical, Grace Banker and her fellow switchboard operators are answering the call when the Bell Battalion Telephonic Ladies’ Switchboard Unit #1 makes history as America’s first female soldiers.

Jul 12 – Aug 12, 2023

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Last Drive to Dodge

By Andrew Lee Creech

Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton

WORLD PREMIERE

2023 Season
WORLD PREMIERE
Prophet and Ro are chasing dreams faintly whispered on the wind that sweeps the dusty Texas plain, where ranching is brutal work and change is on the horizon. Set at the end of the Cowboy Golden Age, Last Drive to Dodge examines race, love, and legacy in a time when everyone is scrambling for their piece of the American Dream.

Sep 20 – Oct 21, 2023

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Taproot Theatre acknowledges that we live, work and play on the unceded and traditional territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, specifically the Duwamish, and that we occupy this land. This acknowledgement does not take the place of authentic relationships with Indigenous communities but serves as a first step in honoring the land we occupy and resisting the erasure of Indigenous past, present and future.