With its maritime heritage, artist spirit, and a touch of urban chic, Port Townsend is an easily accessible base camp to the Olympic Peninsula and beyond. Whether on land or sea; indoors or outdoors – Port Townsend has activities for every taste.
Key City Public Theatre presents Charlie Bethel in a one-man rendition of Homer’s classic.
Shipwrecks, sirens and sex goddesses meet cannibalism, death and revenge.
Acclaimed solo artist Charlie Bethel re-imagines Homer’s famous myth in a faithful yet utterly accessible format. Voyage across land and sea, explore the underworld, and climb Mt. Olympus with the brave and courageous hero, Odysseus, as he valiantly seeks his homeland and the arms of his wife and child.
You’re sure to recognize yourself in this sometimes comic, at times harrowing, and always thrilling, epic adventure.
Visit http://keycitypublictheatre.org for tickets and information.
Coming next at Key City Public Theater – Gin Hammond plays 26 characters and uses multiple dialects to tell the true story of a female African-American doctor living in a small southern town shortly after WWII.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://keycitypublictheatre.org/.
The 2014 Port Townsend Film Festival features more than 80 films in 7 theatres throughout the National Historic District, and welcomes special guests John Sayles and Maggie Renzi.
Choose from 86 independent films from 23 countries! Special guests, the godfather of independent film John Sayles and producer Maggie Renzi will be speaking after their films are screened, and at the Port Townsend High School Auditorium, Friday, September 19 at 1 pm (open to the public).
Free outdoor movies begin at 7:30 on Taylor St, sit on hay bales or bring your own chair:
Enjoy cocktails at Area 51 bar at the Pope Marine Building downtown, and devour toasted cheese sandwiches and tomato soup for a quick bite between films at the white tent on Taylor St.
Purchase Festival passes, and learn more about the 15th Port Townsend Film Festival, and their year-round slate of filmmaker events, screenings, and workshops, at http://ptfilmfest.com.