WHO WE ARE
Theatre33 is a bilingual non-proﬁt community teaching theater, the only independent theater in Bellevue. We provide a unique platform for transplanted immigrants and next generation Americans to retain and maintain a connection to history, literature, and language. We share our rich cultural heritage with the community. We serve as a cultural hub that unites diverse cultures and ages through the love of dramatic arts.
Our Mission and Vision
The mission and vision of Theatre33 are to stimulate, promote and develop an interest in dramatic arts. We strive to provide quality live productions that speak to the hearts of the audience and evoke current social problems and eternal ethical questions. Our vision is to make quality theatrical entertainment and education accessible to a diverse and multicultural community.
We incorporated in 2013, playing in living rooms and venues around Seattle and the Eastside for the ﬁrst few years. Our very ﬁrst production, “Let’s talk about Love, Justice and Human Wit,” premiered at the Seattle Armory on October 25, which we fondly celebrate as our birthday.
In 2016, we leased our own little black box 35-seater theater and have been gaining momentum ever since, establishing our patron base, growing our supporters and, most importantly, providing quality live theatrical entertainment and education to a broad and varied group of people.
How it all started
What we do
From contemporary plays to beloved classics we strive to develop high quality productions, challenging our volunteers and audience to tackle the complex matrix of human relationships. We oﬀer new productions every month, with shows running almost every weekend September to July. e close each season with a literary-musical original composition that pays tribute to a poet of the past. These season ﬁnales include adults and children, providing incredible opportunities for our volunteer actors to reﬁne their skills and grow. We oﬀer yearly free Family Halloween shows, SpringFest around Easter, poetry readings, teatime storytime and Little Plays in the Park during summer. We are also a teaching theater and oﬀer youth (ages 9-19) and adult drama classes throughout the academic year.