Edmonds Driftwood Players

950 Main Street
425-774-9600

Mission:

Foster Excellence in Live Theater for the Enrichment of Our Community and the Benefit of Future Generations.

About Us:

It all began over a cup of coffee in an Edmonds, Washington living room one day in 1957. A very keen and talented group of people wanted to form a theatre group...Since then we've been bringing great theater to the Edmonds community!  We are a 501 (c)(3) Non-profit Community Theater.

As as mid-sized community theatre on the border of King and Snohomish County in Washington State, we create high quality, locally produced and affordable live entertainment and education in theatrical craft for our community.

The Driftwood Players have been entertaining, enlivening, educating and inspiring our community without interruptions since that faithful day. It makes DWP one of the oldest Community Theatre’s in Washington State.


Reviews

Wylfenne Darkling

Rating:
Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018

Community theatre has long been a love of mine. I used to go to the Edmonds Driftwood Theater when I lived in Edmonds but since moving away ten plus years ago, I had not been back. I so rarely have a chance to "get out" these days. My dear friend from out of town was visiting and we were trying to think of something interesting to do. We used to be in a drama group as teenagers and it popped into my head maybe she'd like to catch a play! She loved the idea and we went and it was awesome! The actors and actresses are still as passionate, the feel of the place still as intimate. Every play I had seen there in the past was intriguing and fun and "Bram Stokers Dracula" was no less amazing! It is an absolutely wonderful place to experience community theatre and I can't wait to catch another production.

Guy Sykes

Rating:
Monday, Sep. 18, 2017

Funtastic little theater. Very local and small but they do some big plays. Musical to comedy to drama...... hearing impaired are welcome and can enjoy through sign in seats for them. Small intimate seating and no seat is bad. Good night out for not a lot of money. Refreshments by donation available. There is a small bar with beer, wine and spirits available. Drinks allowed in theater but not food.

Lori Wentz

Rating:
Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018

Enjoyed this community theater's production of "To Kill a Mockingbird." However, sometimes hard to hear actors as they did not wear individual microphones.

Lloyd Martin

Rating:
Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017

A great, comfy, community theater. We've enjoyed many live performances here. They even have "acting lessons" summer camps for kids...they did Honk! for Summer 2017.

Mark Bjorndal

Rating:
Sunday, Dec. 24, 2017

A very friendly and comfortable place to watch live theatre. I love this place.