Mount Baker Theatre
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.
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.
Beautifully restored 1920s art deco theatre featuring performers from around the world. In addition to theater and musical presentations they also occasionally show silent movies accompanied by a live organist on the original pipe organ.
Decent size, nice staff, good prices. One thing could be better is the sound. Equipment is good, it just didn't sound like it was tuned properly.
The mount baker theater is a historical place to visit and to take in a show it offers many different types of shows and you will be very pleased with the staff the way that they treat you.they are very professionals at thier job. You won't be disapointed at the kind of service that you get there.you wll most likely enjoy whatever show that ypu go to see.wether it be the nutcracker in the holiday season or just a show of hairspray that ypu may have seen numourous tines but love it so muxh that you wAnna see it again
I enjoyed my show and the experience. The concession line looked a bit long for those who wanted a snack or drink.
It's surprising some of the large acts that pass through this theatre. In the last year and a half I've seen Penn & Teller, Alton Brown, and Arlo Guthrie preform here.