Whitman College

Kimball Theatre in Hunter Conservatory

This restored 120-seat recital and lecture hall was named in honor of Ruth Baker Kimball ’31, who served the college as a distinguished volunteer for many years.

The blending of the old with the new was showcased during the inaugural Whitman Undergraduate Conference on April 6, 1999, when Hunter’s Kimball Theatre offered students a remarkable new venue in which to present their research projects in what became a signature program of Whitman’s liberal arts education.

324 Boyer Ave., Walla Walla, WA



Upcoming Events

Third World Cinema - Indigènes . . . (Days of Glory)

Director: Rachid Bouchareb | Algeria, 2006 | Drama During WWII, four North African men enlist in the French army to liberate that country from Nazi...

2/23 7:30 pm
« Tournées » French Film Series - Fatima

Fatima Winner of the French Film Academy's prize for best film in 2015, Fatima tells the captivating story of a middle-aged Algerian women who struggles to...

2/25 7:30 pm
When Helping Hurts, talk by Wendy Weinerman Rote '06

When Helping Hurts: Understanding the joint effects of helicopter parenting and parental overcontrol on young adults' lives. Given by Visiting Educator Wendy...

2/27 4 pm
Visiting Writers Reading Series - Mita Mahato

Whitman welcomes Mita Mahato to campus in continuation of this year's Visiting Writers Reading Series. The Visiting Writers Reading Series brings...

3/1 7 pm
Third World Cinema - Wa hala la wayn? . . . (Where do we go now?)

Director: Nadine Labki | Lebanon, 2011 | Comedy, 2011 winner of the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival, this satire is set in...

3/6 7:30 pm

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