The funny, enchanting story of Coppélia is back! Pacific Northwest Ballet presents George Balanchine’s Coppélia June 1 – 10 at McCaw Hall. A comedic ballet suitable for the whole family.
A Contemporary Theatre (ACT) continues its 2012 Mainstage season with One Slight Hitch, by Lewis Black (The Daily Show, Comedy Central Presents). One Slight Hitch is a wedding day comedy directed by Joe Grifasi. It’s the Northwest Premiere of the play from June 8 – July 8.
The longest running play in American theater history is about to cut loose and head to the Moore Theatre. The Shear Madness hairstyling salon is scandalized by the wacky murder of its illustrious upstairs neighbor, and if the shop doesn’t get to the bottom of things soon, someone is going to die laughing.
Seattle is growing a thriving comedy scene, with a particularly strong emphasis on improvisation. The Emerald City is beginning to attract major comedy acts, and here are five venues you can go to for an evening of laughter.
The Moisture Festival is the world’s largest Comedy and Varietè festival that takes place every spring in Seattle. This year’s festival will be held March 15th – April 8th.
They brought us Joan Rivers, Bill Murray, Martin Short, Dan Aykroyd, Ryan Stiles, Tina Fey and more. Now’s your chance to get your funny bone tickled with the latest group of upcoming American comedians in The Second City’s Laugh Out Loud tour.
Less than 30 minutes Northeast of Seattle is Western Washington’s premier wine country. During February, there are new release parties, chef inspired dinners, a wine walk, poker night and much more!
Looking for a light-hearted night of fun and laughter? Family-friendly venues and over 21 clubs can be found in the Puget Sound to put a smile on your face this weekend.
Looking for something to do this November? There are arts and cultural activities happening every single day in Tacoma. From visual art to literary events, film to theater, and everything in between, you are sure to find something to spice up your November.
Ever see a ridiculous old “B” movie like the Creature from the Black Lagoon and poke fun at it? How about watching it while comedians re-tell the story with unscripted improv? That’s what Twisted Flicks is all about.