2014-2015 Season

The Night of the IguanaThe Night of the Iguana 
by Tennessee Williams

Show Dates: November 7, 8, 14, 15, 20, 21, and 22.
All show times are at 7:30 p.m. Matinee on Nov. 15 at 2:00 p.m.

Director: Mark Owsley 

Ben Brantley of the New York Times called this “One of the last of the great plays by Tennessee Williams that mapped the terrible limbo of human loneliness." Reverend T. Lawrence Shannon, a defrocked Episcopal minister leads a busload of Baptist women on a tour of Mexico. At the end of his emotional rope, he seeks refuge in a ramshackle resort. Shannon, Maxine, Hannah and a group of female Baptist college tourists populate this engrossing story of dying dreams, frustrated sexuality, and lost-souls shaped and changed by the turgid, tropical heat that surrounds them. 

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The Rocky Horror ShowThe Rocky Horror Show 
by Richard O’Brien

Show Dates: February 27 and 28, March 6, 7, 12, 13, and 14.  
All show times are at 7:30 p.m. Midnight show on March 7.

Director: Gene Biby

The Rocky Horror Show is a campy, humorous tribute to science fiction and horror movies of the past. Spawning a 1975 film version, this musical tells the story of a mad transvestite scientist, a newly engaged couple, and a muscle man named Rocky Horror. This show has a cult following, eliciting audience interaction. Prop bags will be sold at the door for patrons wishing to participate.


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by Charles L. Mee

Show Dates:  May 8, 9, 15, 16, 21, 22, and 23.
All show times are at 7:30 p.m. Matinee on May 16 at 2:00 p.m.

Director: Rusty Tennant

Robert Rauschenberg is an American artist known for incorporating found objects into his art work. He claimed that he worked “in the gap between art and life”.  bobrauschenberamerica is in the spirit of Rauschenberg’s art. A collage of disparate plot threads, bizarre events, stand-alone monologues and ridiculous non sequiturs, jumbled together to bridge the gap between art and life.  Don’t miss this unique road trip through the American landscape.


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:
Students (with ID): $24
Alumni (with membership): $24
Senior Citizens: $30
General Admission: $36

Fall and Spring 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.