Mount Baker Theatre

104 North Commercial Street
360-733-5793

Mission Statement

The Mount Baker Theatre organization exists:

A) To provide arts, entertainment, and social interaction which, through a wide variety of programs, results in personal enrichment, enjoyment, and a sense of community for diverse audiences in the region; and

B) To preserve the restored historic Mount Baker Theatre as a home for local performing arts organizations, film, a venue for touring performers, and community events.

Vision Statement

The Mount Baker Theatre ignites the imagination of audiences of all ages by providing some of the best local and national performing artists in the North Puget Sound region. The theatre, beautifully restored to its original splendor, spotlights the live arts that are essential to the region's quality of life.

Support the Mount Baker Theatre by becoming a member and enjoy rousing family programs, dazzling Broadway shows, renowned contemporary and classical artists and explosive rock acts.


Reviews

Amanda Phillips

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Monday, Oct. 30, 2017

I drove here with three of my kids or a class field trip. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly and the atmosphere... It was just a super cool place. Even with it being 3 hours away we would definitely come back

K Fuh

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Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017

What a beautiful place of classic theatre couture. The woodwork is exquisite and the architecture a throwback to a time of top hats and coattails. Beautiful.

M. Merryman

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Monday, Oct. 23, 2017

Enjoying their "Doc-tober" series! Comfortable seats, good popcorn with various toppings bar, your choice. Intelligent, interesting programming. I like documentaries.

Jess Mitchel

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Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017

This truly is a beautiful theater and I love that they have such a wide variety of productions. Evil Dead The Musical was amazing!

nesrine rahme

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Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017

My whole experience at the Mt Baker Theatre was a complete let down. I bought two premiere tickets at $24.50 for the Undersea Bubble Fantasia (their most expensive tickets for the said show). I thought that me and my 3 year old daughter were going to get a seat closest to the stage but instead it turned out to be a seat stationed only 7 rows away from the exit door! I ended up having to place her booster seat with her on my lap just so she could see. It was very uncomfortable especially considering I am seven month pregnant with barely enough space to fit anything in front of me. The experience felt very cheap and I completely felt ripped off for it. If you going to place someone as close as 7 rows away from the exit door then that seat should've not been selling at premiere price. This will be the last time this place gets my money.