Next at Driftwood Players

National Theatre Live Summer Movie Series

DEAR ENGLAND: by James Graham – Friday June 28 at 7:30


KING LEAR: by William Shakespeare – Saturday June 29 at 7:30


FLEABAG: By Phoebe Waller-Bridge – Sunday June 30 at 7:30


Driftwood Players Building


120 East 3rd Street – Aberdeen, Washington

In 1981, the Christian Science Society in Aberdeen decided to move to a smaller building. Driftwood found that it was a perfect site and with some major internal remodeling, turned it into one of the Northwest’s finest community theatres. The Aberdeen Rotary Club assisted by raising the needed funds. The theatre remodeling was undertaken by the Aberdeen Lions Club under the direction of Will Foster and Gene Fogde. It was completed on September 17, 1982. The first play was Auntie Mame, a very ambitious play with 29 actors for 39 roles and a production crew of 19 people. This began the long string of successful plays in the fabulous theatre we now call “home”.