Whatcom County’s home for locally created performing arts

Sylvia Center for the Arts is a nonprofit, community-oriented performing arts center in Bellingham, Washington

Sylvia Center offers affordable space for Whatcom County’s artists to rehearse, teach, and perform, and provides a central hub for arts audiences to discover and enjoy locally-created music, theater, dance, and more.

Our facilities include: the Lucas Hicks Theater (our 125-seat Main Stage performance space); a 50-seat Studio Theater; the Prospect St Art Gallery (which serves as gallery, lobby, box office, and bar); and accessible restrooms, with plans for for a coffee shop to be added in 2021.

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iDiOM Theater 2021–22 SEASON PASSES available now!

UPCOMING EVENTS

NOTICE: Proof of Vaccination
or Negative Test* Required for Attendance
(* within 48 hours of performance)

As a performing arts center, our entire industry is rooted in creating opportunities for human connection. It’s been a year, y’all, and we’ve missed having audiences in our space. During the rehearsal process, our actors and crew work together to bring something magical to our audiences. One COVID-19 exposure for our actors can shut down the entire run of a production. We are asking lovers of live performing arts, whether under the lights or in the seats, to do their part to keep theater alive in Bellingham.

As a company, our crew is making these commitments to you:

  • Our performers and crew are all fully vaccinated.
  • Our performers will be masked when they are not under the lights on stage.
  • Our crew members will be masked.
  • Performances will continue to have a reduced seating capacity.
  • Our cleaning routine follows the best practices outlined by the CDC.

In turn we ask our patrons to do their part to care for our performers and each other by:

  • Wearing a mask over your nose and mouth at all times.
  • Providing proof of either completed vaccination or a current (i.e. within 48 hours of performance) negative test to our box office staff upon entry.

Recurring

A HA-HA Halmark Holiday

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham, WA

There will be laughter, maybe tears, and no one will be spending the holidays alone.

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HOT BOX

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham, WA

A full-length play written, rehearsed, and performed in one week.

Sylvia Center is thankful to the following for their support:

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