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We just saw our second show at the Kitsap Theater and both were fabulous. The adults and kids loved the two shows (Peter Pan and Tuck Everlasting). Each show had a talented cast. The atmosphere of the theater is captivating and the whole experience is...More
Probably the best outdoor theater in the pnw. A great time for all the family. Set in a grove of trees, and well established. Seating is in the dirt so bring blanket or seat pad. Can pack in food for snacks. Make an afternoon of...More
Discovering that the Kitsap Forest Theater was one of the top 10 things to do in Bremerton according to Trip Advisor I thought we would give it a try. What a delight of an afternoon. We saw the Little Mermaid, and the group of community...More
Unique, Entertaining and Beautiful scenery. Plenty of parking and a short walk thru the woods to the open stage area. Mountaineers Players are exceptional performers!
Since 1923 this conifer canopy outdoor theater is one of the oldest theatre groups in the country. Giant fir trees...More
Pack your picnic lunch and be at the trailhead for the 1:00 pm opening. Take a ground cloth, your Dollar Store rain ponchos, stadium seats and your bug spray because you are sitting outside on the ground and the play goes on rain or shine....More
I had the opportunity to catch a production of The Music Man at the Kitsap Forest Theater, and beginning to end, it was delightful. The drive out to the theater, on what was billed as one of the hottest days of the year, was beautiful,...More
Just returned home from this year's production of The Music Man at the Kitsap Forest Theater. The acting was superb, the singing was outstanding, the costumes and sets were remarkable, the pianist was brilliant, the volunteers exceedingly helpful. This is a top professional performance!!! And...More
Went with family and friends for a performance of Mary Poppins and had a great time! The walk through the forest down to the theater is worth the visit alone - so beautiful. There is a van available to take people to/from the theater for...More
Bring lunch, a nice bottle of wine, and stadium seats/cushions. There's no bad seating, and plenty of room to sit back and enjoy.
Now, I've enjoyed outdoor concerts, opera, and plays... both in natural settings, and in stadiums, but the Kitsap Forest Theater offers great...More