Theatre Black Dog brings popular, classic ‘Our Town’ to Sallal Grange stage

The Black Dog Arts Coalition in association with Sallal Grange presents Theatre Black Dog’s Production of Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize Winning Classic, Our Town, April 14th– April 30th at the Sallal Grange in North Bend.

Theatre Black Dog is proud to announce its April production of the classic tale of life in a New Hampshire small town – Grover’s Corners – Our Town.

The play features actors from Seattle, the Eastside, Des Moines, Maple Valley, North Bend and Snoqualmie.  Directed by Susan Bradford, the play is sponsored by The Black Dog Arts Coaltion.

This is the first time in years the company has performed in a venue away from its home base, The Black Dog Arts Café in Snoqualmie.

Our Town is performed in three acts and focuses on two families, The Gibbs and Webbs, whose teenage children fall in love.

The play follows them through the awkwardness of courtship to a loving marriage and finally the eventuality of loss. The play is a beautiful take on the universality of life and human beings in how they live out their daily lives.

Cast and crews say it is particularly relevant to our present day political climate and the anguish so much of our world finds itself in.

Theatre Black Dog has been performing professional quality classic and original works since its incarnation in 1996.

Our Town will be performed at  the Sallal Grange: 12912 432nd Ave. S.E., North Bend, WA. Friday and Saturday Nights – 8pm, Sundays – 2pm.

Refreshments provided by and supporting the Sallal Grange, including wine, beer, and Frankie’s Pizza on Fridays and Saturdays.

Tickets available for purchase on or at the door. Prices: $17 General, $15 Seniors and Students.

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