Puget Sound Revels 2014-15 Season
Mirth and Merriment all year long!
Puget Sound Revels builds community through the arts using traditional music, dance, and drama drawn from many cultures. We offer theater productions, seasonal celebrations, and educational opportunities for all ages.
Donor tickets for the Christmas Revels go on sale on October 8. Single tickets go on sale on October 22.
2014-15 Season announcements coming soon!
More Upcoming Events
September 1: Abbots Bromliad (Old Town Park, Tacoma from 1:30 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.)
Lots of people who come to The Christmas Revels are fascinated by the Abbots Bromley Horn Dance. They miss it if it is not in the production. So we join California Revels and Portland Revels and have ourselves a Bromliad. Come learn the dance and participate in it (or just bring a picnic and watch). We’ll provide musicians and a caller. We’ll do some other English country dances as well. All ages welcome.
September 18: Tacoma Sings (6:30 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.).
Chihuly Bridge of Glass and the plazas on either side
Inspiration: Architecture is Frozen Music, Music is liquid architecture. (Goethe)
Gather with us for a short concert of traditional autumn material and a few pub songs, then we’ll all “thaw” the Chihuly Bridge of Glass into Song! Song sheets provided. Bring a flashlight or lantern. We’ll light them as the day wanes. All ages welcome.
October 5: Sarah Comer and an Evening of Folktales (6:00 p.m.)
The Antique Sandwich Company
5102 N Pearl St, Tacoma, WA 98407
Tickets: $15, will go on sale September 1 through Brown Paper Tickets
Marvelous story teller (and fiddler and Revels performer) Sarah Comer will tell stories that represent some of the major recurring folktale themes and she'll explore with us how stories reveal aspects of the cultures in which they are told.
October 25: The Joy of Singing (7:30 p.m.)
WA State History Museum
1911 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, 98402
Puget Sound Revels singers offer a kaleidoscope of music – traditional, seasonal, celebratory, sea songs, pub songs. Some audience participation, of course. It's FREE, high energy, beautiful, and it's in one of Tacoma's wonderful performing spaces - the beautiful little auditorium in the Washington State History Museum.
Puget Sound Revels
621 Tacoma Ave S, Ste 402
Tacoma, WA 98402
Mary Lynn, Executive Director