photo of Warren Etheredge

Just like listening to a well-crafted mix-tape, new memories are created and emotions stirred each time an audience settles in and enjoys a movie or short film at Gesa Power House Theatre. Warren Etheredge is the mastermind behind our Power House Movie series since 2020, and of the Walla Walla Movie Crush festival of short…

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Gesa Power House Theatre seating

Dear patrons, We continue to follow all guidelines from the state and local offices regarding pandemic health and safety standards, which are subject to change. If you plan to attend an upcoming event at Gesa Power House Theatre, please note the following: Our venue is currently operating at full capacity. We maintain high standards of…

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Gesa Power House Theatre at night

The Walla Walla Summer Stage is a curated performing arts festival hosted by Gesa Power House Theatre in Walla Walla, WA (originally slated for August 2020, but now tentatively scheduled for August 2021). Accepted submissions will be placed in one of three performing spaces at the theater. Artists will receive, on average, 2 performance slots.…

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Gesa Power House Theatre is excited to be collaborating with Rodney Outlaw and Walla Walla Music Organization as a training ground for students learning audio skills. Starting in 2020, the Walla Walla Music Organization’s “Live Sound” classes, which are offered through Walla Walla Community College, will begin meeting at Gesa Power House Theatre. Each quarter,…

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This 2011 article was written by Mary Meeker and published online by Walla Walla 2020: Property Description: Parcel numbers: 36-07-20-77-2402, 36-07-19-63-0217 Amended Old Power Plant Parcel: Commencing at the intersection of the North right of way line of West Rose Street with the West right of way line of Sixth Street in the City of…

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9 to 5 teachers photo

by Mason Neil This month, Gesa Power House Theatre’s production of 9 to 5: The Musical is bringing several of the region’s theater teachers out of the classroom and onto the stage. Kristin Glaeser (Walla Walla High School), Heather Johnson (Pasco High School), and Eric Rohde (Walla Walla Catholic Schools) are playing the roles of…

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Annie: The Musical logo

by Mason Neil for the July 19 issue of the Walla Walla Union-Bulletin This summer, Gesa Power House Theatre will bring the Broadway classic Annie: The Musical to the stage. The production will include modernized choreography and other updates that will give audiences a fresh perspective to the well-known tale. The cast includes a crew…

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Film: Saturday Church

May 31 Union Bulletin Article (by Mason Neil) From 7-11 p.m. Saturday, Gesa Power House Theatre will host its first-ever pride party in coordination with June’s month-long LGBTQ+ pride celebration. The all-ages event will feature a screening of the new film “Saturday Church,” a drag show and a dance party. The drag show is hosted…

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Okaidja Afroso photo

Okaidja Afroso’s goal is simple: educate people on the music of Ghana while giving them an entertaining and beautiful show of his culture. Born into a family of musicians and storytellers, Okaidja first began performing as a dancer, but quickly expanded his talents to include singing, playing a wide variety of instruments, and using vocal instrumentation.…

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A Very Sordid Wedding - film

Article written by Bradley Nelson, as printed in the Union-Bulletin Marquee on Thursday, September 7, 2017: Gesa Power House Theatre has become Walla Walla’s newest movie house. While the theater won’t be playing the latest superhero blockbuster, it will give Walla Walla moviegoers opportunities to see a variety of current independent, foreign, and documentary films…

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