Announcing Olympia Family Theater’s 2014-15 Season – “A Sense of Place”


Busytown...a musical based on the Richard Scarry stories which we will set in our own busy town of Olympia featuring local businesses and celebrity cameos!…Sept. 26-Oct. 12

How the Slug Stole Solstice...a multi-generational cast in a non-traditional holiday story set in our mossy, soggy, Pacific Northwest woods….Nov. 28- Dec. 21

The Monster Under the Bed…an original offbeat, but not scary play about the world over and under your bed and what happens when the two worlds get mixed up…Feb. 6- 22

Our Only May inspiring play based on the Newberry award winning YA novel a coming of age story of a girl growing up in historic Washington State…March 20- Apr. 5

Pinocchio...a new adaptation of the classic story, with music- set in an unfinished theater, as told by the painting crew who is surprised to find an audience in their midst when they arrive to work…May 22- June 7

In honor of this, our 9th season, we are excited to be moving into our very own place this fall in the Swantown Building (formerly Capital Playhouse) in downtown Olympia. We will continue to build on our mission: to offer accessible children’s theater and programs that entertain and educate while stimulating dialogue and personal growth for young people, their families and the wider community.  Show your support donating and by signing up to volunteer at one of our summer work and/or moving parties.  Contact us at: to get involved!

2014-15 Season Auditions for Adults (or youth 16 and up)!

Season Auditions for Olympia Family Theater (and lots of other local theaters) will be held July 19th and 20th from 10am-4pm, in cooperation with the Olympia Audition League (OAL). Go to their website to register-Click here.

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Upcoming Classes & Camps

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