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Orcas Center

6 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Leith
Leith
August 26, 2018
Orcas Center has on going art displays that change monthy to visit at no charge. Check their website for current productions.
Kit
Kit
July 12, 2018
You can catch storytelling, live music and theater arts. Check their website for their lineup. There are lots of talented people on the island.
Barbara
Barbara
February 20, 2018
Orcas Center features outstanding local productions as well as live performances from off-island artists. In addition, the Center presents live-streamed productions from the National Theater (London) and the Metropolitan Opera (New York). Outstanding local artists are featured in the lobby. More…
Cathy
Cathy
December 6, 2016
Orcas Center is our main stage for Community Theater, music concerts and live streaming of renowned plays.
Janet
Janet
August 4, 2014
Weekly performing arts bring world class artists to the island.

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Location
917 Mount Baker Road
Eastsound, Washington 98245
Phone+1 360-376-2281
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Tuesday 9:00 AM