Contribute to the Legacy of the Blue Mouse Theatre in Tacoma
Maintaining and upgrading a 100-year-old Blue Mouse Theatre is a costly endeavor. Our theatre's seats have weathered from the wear and tear of countless movies audiences. Now, we face the need for a crucial upgrade: new seating.
The Blue Mouse has been part of the cultural history and fabric of Tacoma since it opened on November 13, 1923. For a century, our historic theatre has been a sanctuary for cinematic and community experiences, weaving stories that bring joy, laughter, and a sense of wonder to our neighborhood and city.
With your support, we can replace our aged seats with new, ergonomic, and comfortable seating that serves the historic integrity of our theatre and ensures that patrons experience cinematic delight and special occasions in a relaxing and inviting atmosphere.
Your contribution will provide a lasting impact for the comfort and enjoyment of every patron who steps through our doors. Your generosity will create a legacy, preserving our historic theatre for generations to come.
Here's how you can help:
- Donate Online: Click on the Make a Donation section in the upper right of this page and make an online Tax-Deductible donation, big or small.
- Write a Check: Make a check payable to Shunpike (our non-profit sponsor) with Blue Mouse Theatre on the memo line and send it to:
- 815 Seattle Blvd S
Seattle, Washington 98134
- Name-Your-Seat: Donate $750 to have a new seat engraved with your name or inscription. For a $375 donation your inscription will be shared with another donor.
- Spread the Word: Via social media and Email buttons above, share our cause with friends, family, and fellow movie enthusiasts who believe in the magic of preserving historic cinemas.
We deeply appreciate your support in this endeavor. Together, let's ensure that the Blue Mouse Theatre remains a cherished cultural cornerstone in our community for another century.
Theatre patrons will be sitting in comfortable seats like these
Keep it going strong for the next 100 years.
Clark Spencer, President of Disney Annimation Studios, back in the ticket booth where it all started.