If you saw Saving Aimee at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre this past fall, you’re ahead of the game. It’s been re-named, and has been picked up by Broadway, along with The 5th Avenue Theatre’s own David Armstrong as director.
RENT, the award-winning, electrifying musical comes to life in an emotionally-charged new production, is headed to Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre, and is featuring a cast of Seattle’s most thrilling young stars!
The 5th Avenue Theatre will take Seattle behind-the-scenes of this summer’s electrifying hit, RENT, at the latest installment of the 5th’s wildly popular – and FREE – Spotlight Night series on Wednesday, June 20!
Hey, Green Day Fans! Direct from Broadway, the smash-hit musical AMERICAN IDIOT tells the story of three lifelong friends, forced to choose between their dreams and the safety of suburbia. Their quest for true meaning in a post 9/11 world leads them on the most exhilarating theatrical journey of the season. The show is at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle from June 5 – 10.
Baseball season is just about ready to begin… and Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre is set to hit it out of the park with Damn Yankees, April 21 through May 20.
In a unique partnership with Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras and Spectrum Dance Theater, The 5th Avenue Theatre will mount an all-student production of Oklahoma! You are invited to experience the magic for 3 performances, this weekend only!
The longest running, most popular, North American Touring Production in history is coming to Seattle’s Paramount Theatre April 17 – 22.
Sparks will fly this spring when Eric Ankrim and Kelly Karbacz go looking for love in First Date, a co-production between ACT – A Contemporary Theatre and The 5th Avenue Theatre. This hysterical, sexy new musical about one date, two people, and all the voices in their heads! The show runs from March 10 through May 20.
The 5th Avenue Theatre has set plans to host panel discussions and a Town Hall meeting to engage audiences about the portrayal of race in the current presentation of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! Called “provocative” by the Seattle Times, this new production features an African American actor as the antagonist, sparking vigorous discussion among audiences about racism both in 1907 (when the musical is set), and in society and the arts today.
Lots of free fun and activities for the whole family this Saturday, February 4 at the 5th Avenue Theatre! It’s the first ever 5th Avenue Community Day!