If your sweetheart likes a good theatre production, why not include one of these for your Valentine’s Day celebration? From War Horse to Agatha Christie to Tennessee Williams, there is some great theatre on the stage this February!
BASH Theatre and Radial Theater Project present Beating Up Bachman, a new play by Seattle-based playwright Wayne Rawley opening Friday, January 25 in Fremont.
SPT is proud to present The Understudy, a biting comic examination of the entertainment industry, by Peabody Award Winner and creator and producer of NBC’s show Smash, Theresa Rebeck, running January 25-February 17, 2013 at the historic Bathhouse Theater on Green Lake.
After a play or concert, quench your thirst and satisfy your appetite at one of these excellent downtown venues for late night happy hour.
A labor of love… The Seagull Project has consumed the lives of 10 actors. For nine months, they have been researching, exploring creative possibilities, and rehearsing in both traditional and vibrantly new ways to fully bring Anton Chekhov’s magnificent play, The Seagull, to life in Seattle.
Bah-Humbug. We know it’s Scrooge who says that phrase, and thank goodness he comes to believe in the magic of Christmas. See Charles Dicken’s tale come to life this season at one of these Puget Sound theatres!
Buddy the Elf is bringing the North Pole to Seattle this holiday season when ELF – The Musical takes over The 5th Avenue Theatre on November 30! Be sure to get your tickets, online or at Elf – The Store inside Pacific Place Seattle!
Seattle Public Theater is proud to present Superior Donuts! A play about the mean streets of Chicago, and a man named Arthur, a world-weary draft evader and disillusioned donut shop proprietor. Arthur hires Franco, a streetwise would-be novelist. Their unlikely bond of one-part snark and three-parts hope is put to a violent test when Franco’s past catches up to him.
Memphis, the Tony Award winning musical, is headed to the 5th Avenue September 18 – October 7. And on Monday, August 27, you have a chance to get a FREE, sneak peek at the music and actors in this rock-n-roll love story from the 1950s.
Seattle’s A Contemporary Theatre invites you to return to their second round of openings for The Pinter Festival! The cast will take on playwright Harold Pinter’s Old Times and No Man’s Land Saturday, August 18 through Sunday, August 26.