Arts & Culture
TheatreRegional Theatre of the Palouse
RTOP is a professional theater company that presents an annual summer musical at Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum, as well as performances at venues throughout the area during the year. This group also teaches courses in acting, voices, movement, and even how to apply theater makeup. For more information, call 509/334-0750 or click here.Pullman Civic Theatre
Founded in 1946, is a non-profit, all-volunteer theatre that provides quality, affordable live entertainment to the Palouse region. They perform multiple plays yearly, plus occasional live theatre event tie-ins. PCT's current home is the Nye Street Theatre on 1220 NW Nye Street. Auditions and volunteer opportunities are open to all community members. For information, call 509-332-8406 or visit www.pullmancivictheatre.orgWSU Performing Arts
WSU Performing Arts presents live theater, music concerts, and family entertainment in Washington State University's Jones and Wadleigh Theatres at Daggy Hall, bringing world-class performances to the Palouse. For more information call (509) 335- 8522 or click here.WSU Beasley Colesium This facility is one of the largest performing arts centers in the Inland Northwest. Top name comedians, rock, jazz and country western starts, ballet and operatic touring companies, symphonies and soloists perform throughout the year. For upcoming performances call (509) 335-3525, or click here.