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Do you have your tickets for ...

Tickets are $20 and include dessert!

Purchase tickets through Brown Paper Tickets: bpt.me/843982.
For questions or to purchase tickets: tickets@fwcpa.org

All proceeds will benefit the FWCPA campaign to fund the new
Performing Arts and Conference Center in Federal Way.
Help support the campaign by attending this fun event. (PS: tell a friend by sharing our flyer!

Learn more about the PACC at


About the Federal Way Coalition of the Performing Arts

Federal Way, Washington, is a bustling city where businesses and residents alike enjoy many amenities for a beneficial and satisfying lifestyle. With nearly 90,000 citizens and encompassing many ethnicities, Federal Way is a major Puget Sound city, home to prominent regional, national, and international businesses.

But not to a dedicated performing arts center!

Nowhere in Federal Way is there a theatre large enough in which the many local performing arts groups can perform, nor where businesses can hold a conference, large meeting, seminar, or special event. Major touring cultural or educational groups cannot stop here because the only available facility large enough is a school cafeteria with a stage that seats 400...on folding chairs. The beautiful Knutzen Family Theatre, unfortunately, only seats 234. Considerably smaller cities around Federal Way all have auditoriums that seat 800 to 1100, which all-too-often host sold-out performances of Federal Way-based talent and groups.

The Federal Way Coalition of the Performing Arts (FWCPA) was organized in 1989 to promote and raise funds toward a large performing arts center in Federal Way. Two representatives from each performing arts group in Federal Way serve on the Board of Directors. The FWCPA is a registered, non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose contributions are tax-deductible.

The Coalition has been active in urging city officials to take on such a project, and in December, 2010, the former Toys R Us site off 320th Street was chosen. Utilizing an over-$5 million award the city received from the state for this project, the City Council voted to purchase the site, which is located just north of the Transit Center and has a spectacular view of Mt. Rainier.

Please look around our website and familiarize yourself with our objective. Then, explore our members' listings and sites, and see what's happening with the arts in Federal Way!


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