Due to unforeseen weather circumstances in Snoqualmie and Stevens Pass, the Opening Night of the Seattle engagement of Disney’s Beauty and The Beast, has been postponed from tonight, February 22.
Come see Belle, Gaston, Chip, Lumiere, the Beast and all your favorite characters from Disney’s hit musical Beauty and the Beast. Coming to The Paramount Theatre in Seattle February 21 – 26. And The Children’s Museum, Seattle has partnered with Broadway Across America to bring unique Beauty and the Beast programming to the Museum!
February is bustling with great theatre in Seattle. From Broadway’s best, including Oklahoma! and Beauty and the Beast, to Moliére’s Tartuffe, Cervantes’ Don Quixote and George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion, there’s lots of feel-good performances for you and your sweetheart.
Former President Jimmy Carter will be in Seattle to engage in conversation and challenge us to think about our place in the world. Along with President Carter, two WA residents will be recognized as the winners of the 2011 World Citizen Award and 2011 World Educator Award.
It’s the 55th anniversary of the musical that changed theater forever.
From Shakespeare to Late Nite Catechism, WWII drama to the Tony Award winning West Side Story… There’s plenty of good theatre in January to get your New Year off to an entertaining good start!
The spirit of the season comes alive with the signature sound of Mannheim Steamroller with Chip Davis! Don’t miss this ultimate holiday tradition from the #1 Christmas music artist in history!
Still going strong at 85, and with the release of his newest CD “Duets II” dropping on Tuesday, December 13, he’s not slowing down any time soon. The incomparable Tony Bennett is bringing his holiday tour to the Paramount Theatre on Saturday, December 17.
Whether you like to rock around the Christmas tree, or enjoy the classics, there’s a musical event for you this season in Puget Sound.
Jerry Seinfeld, Emmy and Golden Globe winner, comedian, actor, and author is on a 2011 road tour. On Saturday, October 1, Jerry Seinfeld will be doing his stand-up during two shows at the Paramount Theater in Seattle.