Shocking, Dark, Irreverent, Hysterical and Brilliant: Within the first few dynamic minutes, I knew I was in trouble. I was among the privileged few who attended the opening night of the traveling company production of […]
The winner of nine Tonys in 2011, including Best Musical, THE BOOK OF MORMON, the Broadway phenomenon, is headed to The Paramount Theatre in Seattle, January 8 – January 20, 2013!
After a play or concert, quench your thirst and satisfy your appetite at one of these excellent downtown venues for late night happy hour.
After a successful run on Broadway and in Vegas, former heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson is taking his one man show, “MIKE TYSON: UNDISPUTED TRUTH” on the road. The show, directed by Spike Lee, is coming to Seattle for one night only.
To celebrate Seattle’s first same sex marriages, Seattle’s Paramount Theatre is hosting a FREE reception on Sunday, December 9 with entertainment, fun and wedding cake!
The holiday season is a wonderful time for the arts. Movie blockbusters from the previous summer, release just in time for the holidays, end-of-year music albums often drop, and countless events all across the city unfold in celebration of the season. Whether it be the retelling of a holiday classic like “A Christmas Carol,” or a completely new holiday story, there is always a bit of something for everyone to enjoy the holiday festivities. These are the must sees.
The Paramount Theatre is proud to present the return of WICKED to Seattle from Wednesday, October 10 through Saturday, November 17. Each day of the performance, there will be a lottery for a limited number or orchestra seats to see the show! Here’s how to enter.
If your funny bone needs tickling, you’ll be glad to know that some of America’s most hilarious and well known comedians are making their way to Seattle! Here are some of our favorites.
This summer, see some classic movies over your lunch hour in Seattle’s historic Paramount Theatre for Silent Movie Mondays! See the film behind the Oscar winning Hugo, plus fun and family friendly movies with Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton.
The President was in Seattle for two fundraisers yesterday, and drew crowds supporting his views on same-sex marriage.