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Bremerton Community Theatre

599 Lebo Boulevard


Bremerton Community Theatre started life as part of a drama program intended to put a little meaning into the lives of the crowd of war-workers drawn to the Navy Yard during the war. The City of Bremerton had expanded from about 15,000 population in 1939 to an estimated 75,000 by 1943. This was a small town with lots of strangers, living in make-shift quarters. Many became homesick, or bored, and started to wander back home. The federal government allotted money to cities like Bremerton to pay for recreation programs - anything to keep the war workers busy and on the job. Some of that money was allocated to the City Park and Recreation Department for an amateur drama program, and a drama director was hired.


bryan herr

Sunday, June 24, 2018
What a fantastic piece of history. Most of the staff are polite and helpful. Can't say enough good things about this beautiful theater. Thank you for all you guys do. Keep up the wonderful plays that require so much hard work time and dedication.

bryan herr

Friday, June 29, 2018
Great happy friendly staff. Had one remark that was out of line towards my wife but handled it well, quickly and he understood. No issues. Live this place. Seen quite a few plays here and bevr disappointed.

Dani Richey

Sunday, April 29, 2018
The plays are absolutely fantastic! I highly recommend everyone to experience the joys of theater that this establishment has to offer, I will definitely be going again!

Sarah Magnenat

Saturday, May 26, 2018
Saw a show in the black box theatre in the back, very small but nice, not crowded or too hot. The chairs look awful but i wasnt uncomfortable

Justin Becker

Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Good acoustics, could have bigger seats though with more leg room. But I'm a bigger guy so I digress

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