Culture & Entertainment: Theaters
Built in 1915, the Bing Crosby Theater is a wonderful venue for music groups, theater performances, film showings, dance performances, comedy shows and more.
You'll never see the same show twice at the Blue Door Theatre--improvised sketch comedy is the name of the game and it's always (pretty much) all new. And if you shout loud enough at the players, you may even be able to control what kind of show you see. Friday shows are all ages but Saturday shows may not be appropriate for young viewers.
Named after the regionally famous Kirtland Cutter — the architect credited for redesigning and rebuilding much of Spokane after a fire nearly destroyed it in 1889 — this historic building is now home to a community and performing arts center, the Cutter Theatre itself, the Metaline Library and an art gallery, as well as spaces for private rentals and public receptions.
GU’s Jundt Art Museum is one of the largest in the Inland Northwest. It features paintings, ceramics, photographs, sculptures and tapestries, and is one of the largest art museums in the Inland Northwest. Non-students are also invited to student theater, musical productions, authors, poets and anything else the Bulldogs can bring to campus.
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