Harlequin Productions Presents Hedda Gabler
A Theatrical Classic Gets a Modern Makeover
Hedda Gabler has returned from an extended honeymoon with her kind but tediously academic husband. Beautiful and self-possessed, but also haunted, she is already bored with marriage. Suffocated by bourgeois society and disdainful of intellectual pursuits, she tries to fulfill her aimless desires by manipulating the fates of those around her…with tragic results. Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler is a fascinating, paradoxical portrait of a woman slipping into despair as her options narrow in a world expanding for both sexes.
WHO: Harlequin Productions
WHAT: Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler adapted by Aaron Lamb
WHEN: March 3-26, 2016; Thursdays-Saturdays at 8:00pm, Sunday matinees at 2:00pm
WHERE: The Historic State Theater – 202 4th Avenue East, Downtown Olympia 98501
PRICE: General: $34, Senior/Military: $31, Student/Youth: $20
Rush tickets available at Box Office ½ hour before curtain (approx. 50% discount)
SPECIALS: Pay What You Can Night: March 9, Ladies’ Night Out: March 11, Pride Night: March 18,
Post-show Talkback: March 13
Grab your warm winter gear and join WSU’s Native Plant Salvage Project for an exhilarating morning of salvaging small native trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants from forthcoming development sites slated for clearing. Community volunteers work under WSU staff’s direction to recover small plants that are used for revegetation projects to benefit water quality and habitat. The work is done during winter months when plants are dormant and more likely to transplant successfully.
Plant salvage activity occurs between 9:30 a.m. and noon, when hot lunch is served to volunteers. After lunch, volunteers transfer plants to the native plant nursery in west Olympia and put plants in pots until about 3:30 p.m. Events will occur on February 21, March 5 and 13.
No prior experience is necessary, as volunteers are trained on site.
Sign up and receive details by contacting email@example.com or (360) 867-2167.
Raindancer Wild Bird Rescue will introduce a great-horned owl and a peregrine falcon, while discussing the natural history of birds and conservation issues facing birds and their habitats.
Location: Tumwater Timberland Library, 7023 New Market St SW, Tumwater WA 98501.
Intercity Transit route 12/13.
Stuffed animal friends love library sleepovers! After songs and games, we'll tuck them in. Pick them up the next day between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. and learn what mischief happened during the night. This event is a part of Family Read & Sing Aloud, a Timberland Regional Library district-wide program.
Location: Tumwater Timberland Library, 7023 New Market St SW, Tumwater WA 98501. Phone: 360-943-7790. Intercity Transit route 12/13.
The PSE is seeking funding for a pilot project to install "smart meters" in locations around the Sound, with a goal of putting them in everywhere eventually. How has it worked out for people who have them? This film shows some amazing unforeseen complications. Maybe those meters aren't so smart after all . . .
Shown at MIXX96 Meeting Room, corner of State and Washington in downtown Olympia. Come enjoy a night at the movies, and bring your buddy.
This is a fundraiser for the Green Party of South Puget Sound; donation of $5 requested.
Please join us for a soulful evening of sacred music and chant with world renown Shantala and flutist Steve Gorn. Its been several years since we were last graced with their presence so we are overjoyed to announce their return to Olympia as part of their Living Waters Tour.
Tickets are $20 on the day of the event or $15 if purchased in advance. To purchase in advance and receive the discounted rate Click Here and enter EARLYBIRD in the Promo Code field. No paper tickets are issued. Simply present your name when you arrive. For more information contact Ronny Temple or visit Olywaves.com
Location: Unity Church, 1335 Fern St SW, Olympia, WA 98502
From today's Inbox:
Slow Food USA's Executive Director, Richard McCarthy, will be speaking at 7pm on Wednesday February 3rd at The Evergreen State College (Seminar II, lecture room C1105) about the connection between the Slow Food movement and farmers' markets. The presentation is open to the public. This event is co-sponsored by Slow Food Greater Olympia and two programs at The Evergreen State College - Practice of Organic Farming, and Ecological Agriculture: Healthy Soil, Healthy People.