The DownStage Theatre:
4029 Stone Way N.
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 633-1883

Upcoming Events

A Child’s Christmas in Wales & The Long Christmas Dinner

Dec 5 – Dec 24

Celebrate the joy of magic, family, and memories with two short plays for the Christmas holidays!

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The God of Hell by Sam Shepard

Feb 20 – Mar 15

Frank and Emma are Wisconsin dairy farmers who live a quiet respectable life until they agree to put up Frank’s old friend, a scientist on the run from a secret government project involving plutonium.

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Contribution Opportunities:

  • $2,500 and up – The Iron Cauldron
  • $1,000-2,499 – The Fire
  • $500-999 – The Water
  • $250-499 – The Bronze Beef
  • $100-249 – The Golden Carrot
  • $25-99 – The Silver Cabbage
  • $1-24 – The Seasoning

In addition, depending on the size of your donation, there are opportunities for naming – we’ve got lots of chairs, $100, for example, puts your name or the name of a theatre-going loved one on the back of one of them. What a great holiday gift for the theatre patron who has everything!

You can donate online with a credit card, by choosing your amount below and then clicking through to go to our secure server. Or you can send your donation by mail to:
Attn: 2012-13 Fundraising Campaign
Stone Soup Theatre
4029 Stone Way N.
Seattle, WA 98103


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Benefit Your Business With Stone Soup Theatre Sponsorship

For 18 years, Stone Soup Theatre has been a Fremont/Wallingford institution. Each year our season brings 3,500 patrons to our 50-seat theatre on Stone Way, to see performances of short classic plays by the likes of Christopher Durang, Tennessee Williams, Shel Silverstein, John Patrick Shanley, Sam Shepard and others. Last spring, a stunning production of “Doubt” graced our stage with fantastic reviews.

  • More than 500 youth attend Stone Soup Summerstage youth drama camps yearly with 8,000 youth served over the past 16 years. 
  • Drama outreach for after school and residencies involves 22 private and public schools: www.stonesouptheatre.org/education/outreach/ for more information. 
  • By sponsoring Stone Soup Theatre, your company will reach an average 3,000 views a month on our website.

Contact office@stonesouptheatre.org to learn more about all the great perks of sponsorship!

Partner With Us!

Stone Soup Theatre is a 501c3 non-profit organization; your donation will be tax deductible.

We will keep you informed as our pot fills up!

You may donate by calling us: 206-633-1883

Mail your check to:

Stone Soup Theatre

4029 Downstage

Seattle, WA 98103

Or follow the link below:

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Daniel Arreola & Anders Bolang in “Fool for Love”
Photo by Armen Stein

Equipment

Items on this list are things Stone Soup needs badly! Scrounge around in your garage, and help us re-model. If you would like to make a donation, please call us at (206) 633 – 1883 or email office@stonesouptheatre.org to schedule a drop off.

  • Black paint
  • Nails, screws
  • Corner brackets
  • Light fixtures
  • 2×4’s, 2×6’s and 2×12’s
  • 3/4 inch plywood in 4×8 and 10×12
  • Plumbing supplies
  • Texture machine for paint
  • Handicapp doors-4ftx81and/12 inches
  • Theater lighting
  • Sound equipment
  • Electrical supplies

Time

We also are looking for skilled help of all varieties. From mending holes in costumes, to envelope stuffing to minding small children, we need you! Please call (206) 633 – 1883 or email Volunteer Coordinator Savannah Baltazar at office@stonesouptheatre.org if you’d like to help. We have internships and work/trade opportunities available, in addition to good old volunteering for the fun of it!

For 18 years, Stone Soup Theatre has been a Fremont/Wallingford institution. Each year our season brings 3,500 patrons to our 50-seat theatre on Stone Way, to see performances of short classic plays by the likes of Christopher Durang, Tennessee Williams, Shel Silverstein, John Patrick Shanley, Sam Shepard and others. This spring, a stunning production of “Doubt” graced our stage with fantastic reviews