The Jackson Hole Playhouse

145 W Deloney Ave, Jackson, WY 83001

The longest running professional theatre in Wyoming in the oldest building in Jackson Hole.

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  • Jonathon Schetzsle   Jan 06, 2019

    From the moment you walk in you are treated with great hospitality. Felt like we were home. The Holiday show was nothing short of awesome. Services/Servers were prompt, kind and personable. The smore dessert was a bit tough to eat, but still tasty. My wife enjoyed the cocktails, and the beers were with a great pour. We will be going back, and looking to make this a family event in the future.

  • Jack Pain   Nov 27, 2018

    Best shows I've ever seen! Brilliant stuff going on here, truly remarkable. If you love a good time, don't miss out on the playhouse. Such an awesome atmosphere and the people are incredible. One of my favorite places in Jackson.

  • Daniel Douglas   Nov 02, 2018

    Fantastic Food & Show!! My husband and I both had the Salmon and it was Great! The show was Amazing! Such great talent! We will definitely be back!!

  • Phil Culver   Oct 23, 2018

    Saw the Addams family play October19. We bought the reserved seats and dinner tickets. Dinner was horrible. I had some kind of pork role with black eye peas inside. Very tough, over cooked, an obvious end piece. My wife had the Beef Wellington. The beef was the same as the pork, just tougher and harder. Absolutely inedible. My daughter had the mac and cheese. Again, very bad. Macaroni was not quite cooked, very little cheese substance on it. My daughter refused to eat it. The food gets a NO star rating. The play was fun, and with second row seats, very enjoyable. The had a bit of a problem with the sound. The play gets a 4 star rating. I'd go back for a play, but I would pass on the food. It was of atrocious, bottom basement quality. McDs on a plate would've been better.

  • Christopher Hansen   Aug 27, 2018

    We've been to a play here the last 3 years and they always have a great performance. This is a cozy theatre and you are in the thick of the production. The cast changes over the course of the summer, which keeps it fresh.