Originally developed in the 1950s as a way to study consciousness and brain activity, floating has become a respected health practice. With benefits ranging from pain relief and stress reduction to improved focus and mental clarity, it’s no surprise that floating has attracted the interest of athletes, artists, meditators, and military personnel alike. Floating offers a healthy, drug-free way to feel and be your very best.
“The cure for anything is saltwater: sweat, tears, or the sea.” -Isak Dinesen
Join us for happy hour every Friday evening from 4:00 p.m. to close!
This outrageous musical parody tells the legendary tale of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. Embarking on their quest to find the Holy Grail, the Knights’ shenanigans include flying cows, beautiful show girls, killer rabbits, and flatulent Frenchmen – all while performing heart-stopping and hilarious musical numbers. Winner of three Tony Awards, including Best Musical.
Tacoma Little Theatre presents one of the greatest American musicals of all time, GYPSY, directed by Chris Serface, with choreography by Lexi Barnett, and musical direction by Debra Leach.
A crowning achievement in American musical theatre, Gypsy starts in Seattle and tells the story of Mama Rose, the ultimate stage mother, and her hopes and dreams for her daughters, June and Louise. As the lights of Vaudeville are dimming, Louise steps into the spotlight as Gypsy Rose Lee and rises to become one of the most famed burlesque performers of all time. Just like Mama Rose, Gypsy is brassy, bold, and sexy. Jule Styne’s music and Stephen Sondheim’s lyrics include popular hits such as: Let Me Entertain You, Some People, You’ll Never Get Away from Me, If Momma Was Married, All I Need Is the Girl, Everything’s Coming Up Roses, You Gotta Get A Gimmick and Together Wherever We Go.
80s Invasion takes the music of the ’80s very seriously. This is the music we listened to on our original Sony Walkmen, the bands whose names we stenciled on our pee-chees, jeans, Nikes, and in some cases, all over town. When MTV first came around, these were the bands whose videos we watched all night at our friends’ houses, and the first concerts we went to. Some of our most memorable experiences (ahem) occurred listening to these songs. This music matters and we care enough about it to do it right. So join us and rediscover the incredible music from the 80s!
The Blue Mouse is Tacoma’s home of The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month. Call 253.752.9500 for the Current Schedule.
We are lucky to have a dedicated and talented cast, the Blue Mousketeers, to come and perform along with the movie on our stage.
If you’ve never seen this cult classic you should – it’s a lot of fun. But you should read to the bottom of this page to read about the movie, as it may offend some viewers… as much as it delights others.
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Need a night out? Let us entertain your children in a safe and fun environment.
Sign up for Parents’ Night Out and treat yourself and kids to some fun. While at the Museum your child will play games, explore the playscapes, create works of art, and enjoy pizza and treats! Each Parents’ Night Out includes thematic activities.
Cost: $30 per child, $15 each additional sibling. Members receive a 10% discount. PNO is appropriate for children 3-10 years old. All children must be able to use the toilet independently. Registration is required. Register early, spots fill up quickly!
NEW! Visit Doyle’s Public House while your kiddos are at Parents’ Night Out, and receive a FREE appetizer, 2 for 1 entrée, OR dessert! Call us for details and to sign up!
Teen Night at TAM is free and open to all high school students with ID. Parking in the TAM lot is also free (Note: Free spaces are marked with “TAM”).
Activities at Teen Night will bring to life The Outwin 2016: American Portraiture Today. This exhibition comes from the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery and includes 43 of the nation’s most notable contemporary works in portraiture. It is drawn from a triennial competition, and the works on view won selection from among 2,500 entries! The portraits reflect a wide range of current concerns and many of the portraits are of youth, so teens will certainly find something to connect with in this exhibition.
In addition to seeing this diverse and relevant exhibition, what else can teens do at the event? Show off dance moves with live music, collaborate with friends to make larger-than-life art, snap selfies, and more! And where there are teens, there is food to fuel all the creative fun. Doors open at 7 pm for this lively event.
Davina & The Vagabonds have created a stir on the national music scene with their high-energy live shows, top level musicianship, sharp-dressed professionalism, and Davina Sowers’ commanding stage presence. With influences ranging from Fats Domino and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band to Aretha Franklin and Tom Waits, the band delivers an exceptional concert with their genre busting jazz, blues, and roots music.