Opening in 2007, Regional Theatre Of the Palouse is the first theater...read more
Opening in 2007, Regional Theatre Of the Palouse is the first theater to open in Pullman's historical downtown area, since 1927 when the Liberty Theater, now Rico's Pub, moved into the Cordova Theatre. Creating a theater has revealed the hidden potential of the historic Downen Building located at 122 North Grand Avenue. We are continuously trying to grow and expand to bring new opportunities to the Palouse Region. We dared to dream and discovered anything is possible. Regional Theatre of the Palouse was established, obtained 501 (c)(3) non-profit status, produced its first major musical at Beasley Coliseum and transformed a retail store into an intimate 75 seat theater all in a little over one year. We've had a busy and wonderful few years since our premiere season. We also operate the RTOP Corner, a thrift boutique and fine art gallery, located just down the block at 134 North Grand Avenue. You don't have to go to Broadway—Regional Theatre Of the Palouse is here, bringing you Broadway classics, revivals, premieres and award winning shows.