Venue Details

425 Star Starred
Francis J. Gaudette Theatre
303 Front Street North Issaquah, WA 98027
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There is a good restaurant (Fins) that is open to the lobby right before the show and during intermission, dessert and drinks can be pre-ordered to be ready for intermission which is a lovely and fun touch.
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Gwendolyn Red Velvet
Parking can be a challenge - it's mostly street parking or there are a couple small, cheap lots nearby. Go early and have dinner near by in order to secure good, free parking. *There's a restaurant attached to the theater.
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4.7 average rating
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attended Sep 27 2012

A 5th avenue quality show in a much more intimate venue. "Jim" was outstanding as was much of the cast. Highly recommend this show. The only strange this was that we seemed to be one of the only people in the audience under the age of 65!!!...continued

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2 stars
attended Sep 19 2012

Having seen "Big River" twice on broadway in NYC, we thought it was a very professional performance. The scenery was quite involved and the two lead voices were dynamic. We are considering seeing it again!

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29 stars
attended Oct 07 2012

Great show. Well presented from great voices and actors to amazing scenery. Above my expectations!

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Mark Twain’s great American novel gets re-told by Huckleberry Finn himself in this Tony-award winning musical. Fearful of his Pap’s drunken rage, Huck fakes his own death and hightails it to the river to help his friend Jim escape from slavery. On the way, they’ll encounter kings, thieves, and angry mobs on this grand adventure through the South. Chock-full of bluegrass, blues, and country tunes by Roger Miller, Big River recounts Huck’s trials of considerable trouble and considerable joy.

About the Ticket Supplier: Village Theatre - Issaquah

Village Theatre, founded in 1979, is a leading producer of Musical Theatre in the Pacific Northwest.