Everett Performing Arts Center Managed by Village Theatre

The Everett Performing Arts Center is owned and supported by the City of Everett as a service to the entire Everett community. One of the premier spaces for the performing arts in Snohomish County, EPAC offers a 505-seat plus 7-wheelchair spaces auditorium with a proscenium stage, including full theatrical lighting and sound systems, an orchestra pit, rigging/fly system, wing space, shop and costume facilities. Along with the auditorium, EPAC has a multipurpose community room and spacious lobby area, making the entire facility ideal for a wide range of activities:
  • Theatrical Performances
  • Ceremonies, Receptions, and Special Events
  • Rehearsals and Classes
  • Music and Dance Recitals
  • Readings and Lectures
  • Business Meetings and Seminars

Upcoming Events:

My Fair Lady

January 8 - February 7, 2016
One of the greatest Broadway musicals of all time, revel in the story of a lowly Cockney flower girl as she transforms into a sophisticated lady—with the help of a linguistics teacher who will get a bit more than he bargained for. Based on George Bernard Shaw’s play Pygmalion, this beloved musical for the whole family boasts a score of hummable classics such as “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?” “I Could Have Danced All Night,” and “On The Street Where You Live.”


Everett Public Library presents
Richard Russo
Pulitzer Prize winning author of Empire Falls

February 12, 2016 • 7:30 PM

FREE Open to public!

Everett Animal Services presents Shakaroo 5th annual benefit concert

February 13, 2016 • 7:00 - 9:30 PM


Everett Film Festival

February 19-20, 2016


Crimes of the Heart

March 4 — 27, 2016
It's 1974 in rural Mississippi, and Babe Magrath is having a bad day. She didn't like the way her husband looked, and so…she shot him. Needless to say, he's not too happy about it. Now out on bail, Babe reunites with her two sisters to make sense of their most recent misfortunes. Meg is back from a failed career in the music industry. Lenny is lamenting her forgotten 30th birthday. Their mother is dead, and so is the cat, and so too, nearly, is Granddaddy—not to mention their horse, who has just been hit by lightning. But not all is bad, and the sisters find plenty to laugh about as they navigate the troubled world they may or may not have brought upon themselves.


General Inquiries
Technical Information
Tickets & Event Info

Please contact the
Box Office at
(425) 257-8600

Rental Inquiries

Please contact
Sherrill Dryden
General Manager
(425) 257-6360


Everett Performing Arts Center
2710 Wetmore Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
Box Office: (425) 257-8600

Francis J. Gaudette Theatre
303 Front Street North
Issaquah, WA 98027
Box Office: (425) 392-2202



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