2015-2016 Season

Suburbia: Summer Theatre Production

Summer Show -- subUrbia by Eric Bogosian

August 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, all shows start at 7:30 p.m.  

This play chronicles the nighttime activities of a group of aimless 20-somethings still living in their suburban hometown and their reunion with a former high school classmate who has become a successful musician. It's a modern-day slacker version of Eugene O'Neill's The Iceman Cometh, with the musician Pony's return giving lie to the excuses the rest use to remain stuck in their meaningless, dead-end hometown existences.

This play is for mature audiences only.


The 2015-16 season will include

Fall Show
Beyond Therapy by Christopher Durang

Winter Musical
Avenue Q by Jeff Whitty

Spring Show
Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare

Please come back soon for more information about these productions


Purchase tickets:

Ticket IconTickets can be purchased in person at the Clark College Bookstore in Gaiser Hall, online at http://www.clarkbookstore.com/site_theatre.asp or call 360-992-2815.


Season ticket prices (Fall, Winter, and Spring Shows included in Season ticket price):
Students (with ID): $24
Alumni (with membership): $24
Senior Citizens: $30
General Admission: $36

Fall, Spring and Summer Shows Individual Ticket prices:
Students (with ID): $9
Alumni (with membership): $9
Senior Citizens: $11
General Admission: $13

Winter Musical Ticket prices:
Students (with ID): $11
Alumni (with membership): $11
Senior Citizens: $13
General Admission: $15


Decker Theatre location map

The Decker Theatre is located in the Frost Arts Center. Please enter through the front entrance, go through the lobby and the theatre entrance is located in the southeast corner of the courtyard.

Clark Theatre embraces its role as part of an educational institution that is strongly committed to diversity. Our script selections reflect our mission to educate students and to initiate dialog about important topics. As a result, they may include violence, strong language, or overt sexuality that some audience members may find provocative. If you have questions about our production, we encourage you to research the play in advance or to contact our box office staff.