Entertaining NE Washington
at Woodland Theatre in Kettle Falls WA
since 1978
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Woodland Theatre was built in 1940 as a movie theater. It was later modified into a combined Volkswagen dealership and motion picture theatre. In the mid-1970's a local group of fine artists acquired the building and renamed it the Old Mission Art Gallery. It was used as a community events center for arts, crafts, teaching, sales and exhibition. In May of 1976, the "Old Mission Players" staged their first full production He Ain't Done Right by Nell under its roof. In 1978 the "Old Mission Chamber Orchestra" gave its inaugural concert there. In 1988  the theatre was gifted to Woodland Community Concerts, the precursor to today's Woodland Productions. Today Woodland Productions has been very faithful to maintaining the building and keeping community arts alive by providing an outlet for local performers to participate in plays, musicals, choir and instrumental performances..

Click here to see a slideshow of the Theatre over the years

Woodland Productions Bylaws Updated June 2021

A quirky piece of  Theatre history from Sean Taboloff