Redwood Theatre’s mission is to foster the artistic efforts of the Redmond and greater Eastside performing arts community by producing entertaining, enriching, and educational theatrical experiences that stimulate and challenge audiences as well as the cast and production team. Redwood Theatre will remain respectful and responsive to the needs of the community and vigilant with our stewardship of the public fiduciary trust. Redwood Theatre is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Starting in April Redwood will be presenting a dramatization of L. M. Montgomery’s famous novel which has been read and loved by millions since its publication in 1909. The little girl of “Green Gables” has become a grown-up school teacher of seventeen. How she faces the first real problems of her life form the basis of Jeanette Carlisle’s faithful adaptation.
Directed by Judy Schwanke, this delightful and enchanting sequel to Anne of Green Gables continues the exciting adventures of one of literature’s most enduring characters, Anne Shirley. From her first days as a young teacher to her departure for Redmond College, we are reacquainted with old friends and new as Anne’s begins her career with a class of lively, but (usually) lovable, high-spirited students.
You can reserve tickets by calling (425) 522-3730 or send us an email via our contact page. Tickets will be in Will Call on the night of the performance. Tickets sold at the door are subject to availability. We accept cash, check and major credit cards.
Pre-pay with credit card online at BrownPaperTickets.com.
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm, April 26th through May 4th. There is one matinee on Sunday, April 28th at 2:00pm.
First Saturday and Sunday: Pay What You Can, all other performances:
$12: Children (18 years and younger)
$12: Seniors (60 years and better)
Fred W. Meitzer Theatre within the Redmond Municipal Campus
8703 160th Ave NE
Redmond, WA 98052
Anne of Avonlea is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.