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.
When the weather is hot and the kids get cranky, take them to one of these FREE spray parks in Puget Sound. Pack a lunch, bring a towel and sunscreen and have a blast! Here are some of our favorites.
The Radial Theater Project presents 99 Layoffs, a new play by Seattle-based playwrite Vincent Delaney at ACT Theatre August 2 – 25.
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.
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.
Set in England… before they were the Beatles, HELP is an incredibly moving, theatrically exciting and musically astounding show. Coming April 12 – May 13 to the Seattle Children’s Theatre.
The 5th Avenue’s dynamic 2012-13 season will feature something for everyone – an exciting mix of contemporary musicals and timeless classics, plus Seattle’s first peek at some of Broadway’s greatest new hits!
A Single Shard, based on the Newbery-award winning book by Linda Sue Park, tells the thought provoking story of a 12-year old orphan boy living in Korea in the 1300’s.
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.
Ready to treat your valentine to some romantic smooth jazz, a tribute to Frank Sinatra, a saucy cabaret show or a Neil Simon play? Valentine’s Day is brimming with great talent and delicious food options around the Sound.