Destinations: Brigadoon opens at the Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater

Friday, July 29, 2011

The Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater becomes Brigadoon, the mythical Scottish village that comes to life only one day each century. The lush greenery and deep woods location of the theatre provide an ideal stage setting for Lerner and Loewe's classic musical.

Known for its colorful pageantry, swinging kilts, bonnie lasses, bagpipes, and Highland flings, it tells the story of two American travelers who stumble upon the quaint little town just as a wedding is about to start, bringing romantic and other more serious complications. The hauntingly beautiful score features such standards as, "Almost Like Being in Love."

Performances continue Saturdays at 2 and 7 pm, Sundays at 2 pm through August 28, 2011.  Order tickets on the web page. A limited number of show tickets are usually also available on show day at the box office, but reservations are strongly recommended.

They sell barbeque dinners, with some vegetarian entrees, right on site. It is necessary to reserve in advance - they rarely have leftovers.

The theatre is in a beautiful location in the woods at 36800 SE David Powell Road, Fall City, Washington

Box office: 425-736-7252


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