By W. L. Newkirk

January 16 - 19, 2020

Directed by: Joe Goins

Based on true events, this play tells the story of Dr. Frances Kelsey’s battle with a powerful drug company to prevent thalidomide from being approved for release in the United States.  Concerned about the drug’s potential effect on pregnant women, she resists the drug company’s attacks to forces her to back down. Miss is about the challenges women face in science and the ability of one uncompromising woman to change history and save lives.

[Miss] is a part of our TIPs series (Theater of Intriguing Possibilities) and tickets are General Admission. Patrons will have the freedom to choose their seats upon arrival.

Please select a performance below.

Our ticketing sales turn off according to the following schedule:
• 4pm on Friday - Performances on Fridays (8pm) & Saturdays (2pm)
• 2pm on Saturday - Performances on Saturdays (8pm) & Sundays (2pm)

General Tickets (Ages 19-60): $20
Senior/Junior/Military Discounted Tickets: $18

Group Tickets (a purchase of 10 or more tickets in a single transaction for a single performance): $16

Our TIPs series is festival-style seating!

All purchases are final and non-refundable.

Season Ticket holders may exchange a performance date one time per show for free. All other exchanges are subject to a $2 per ticket fee.

Please contact the office for more information at 425.774.9600, Tuesday through Friday from noon until 5pm. Messages left after 5pm on Friday will be returned on Tuesday when the office opens at noon.