Welcome to the Wildish!

Proudly located in the heart of Downtown Springfield. 630 Main Street.

Opened in 2006, the Richard E. Wildish Community Theater is the premiere entertainment destination for the greater Springfield area. The theater features 283 seats in stadium seating and there is truly 'not a bad seat in the house'. The excellent acoustics and flexible stage showcase the wide array of activity that has become a calling card for the young facility.
The Wildish Board of Directors is committed to the mission of offering a professional facility at accessible costs. Four of the area's most popular arts organizations now call the Wildish their 'artistic home'.
More than twenty other arts and business groups regularly use the Wildish.

Contact me today and let's discuss creative ways for you to use the Wildish Theater! dan@wildishtheater.com 541-868-0689

Please note that when purchasing tickets for assigned seating shows, row "A" is at ground level and considered accessible. Seats "A3-5 & A13-15" are intended for mobility devices and are not seats. For questions or concerns please contact us at 541-868-0689. 

Upcoming Shows

The Movement Project

Saturday, January 21st at 7:00 pm

The Movement Project is a dance show that brings together both local and non-local dance groups for the purpose of raising awareness and fund research for a very rare and aggressive pediatric brain cancer called AT/RT (atypical teratoid rhabdoid tumors). AT/RT is highly malignant and thus has a high mortality rate. Children diagnosed under the age of three, which accounts for most of the diagnoses, are currently given a 10% chance of survival. AT/RT is resistant to current treatments and funding is very scarce to find new treatments. The Movement Project will donate 100% of our proceeds from the show to AT/RT research.

Our show will feature many different styles of dance including contemporary, modern, tap, hip hop, salsa and ballet. Some of the local performers featured are: The Movement, Flex Studios, Mariah Melson, High Voltage, and Salseros. Our non-local performers are: Regional School of Ballet Corvallis, OR, Solo work by Stephanie Golden, Director of Doré Dance Company San Francisco, CA and now based in Seattle, WA, Solo work by Amy J Lambert, Director of AJnC Seattle, WA. Doors will open at 6:00pm for silent auction and t-shirt sales. Ticket information is available at themovement.dance. Please join us in the fight against AT/RT!

Tickets are $15.

Fools Haven Shakespeare

Romeo and Juliet

Friday, January 27 at 7:30 pm
Saturday, January 28 at 7:30 pm
Sunday, January 29 at 2:00 pm
Who hasn't been deeply touched by William Shakespeare's "star-cross'd lovers," Romeo and Juliet? The two teenagers' secret marriage inflames a hard-wired family vendetta. With violence and passion, the familiar tale snares the human heart.
Fools Haven acting company will give the play a timeless air, with artistic director Judith "Sparky" Roberts and a sterling cast that includes two actors formerly with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

Chamber Music Amici

Tango and More

Monday, February 27th at 7:30 pm

Join us for the third concert of Amici's 8th season.
After the show we invite you to join us on stage for a reception among friends.
Program
Joaquin Turina: Piano Trio No. 2 in B Minor
Victor Steinhardt:  Tango and Scherzo
Thomas Oboe Lee: Morango Almost a Tango
Astor Piazzolla: La Muerte del Angel
Erwin Schulhoff: Five Pieces
Amici:
Jessica Lambert, Steven Pologe, Sharon Schuman, Victor Steingardt.
Guests
Lillie Manis: violin
For tickets and more information regarding Chamber Music Amici please contact (541) 953-9204

Ticket prices are:
Students $5
Section A $32
Section B $29
Section C $25