How To Get Involved In Seattle's Theater CommunityLearn how you can help make a difference in Seattle's theater scene and maybe score some free tickets.
The 5th Avenue Hosts a Weekend of Fun Free Events with Curtain Up! A new tradition at The 5th, the theater again opens its doors to the public at Curtain Up! A Celebration of Musical Theater at The 5th. In conjunction with its glorious new production of Meredith Willson’s The Music Man, The 5th Avenue Theatre is hosting a fantastic, fun-filled weekend celebrating our great indigenous art form, the American Musical. The event takes place February 9-10, 2013, including a free performance of The Music Man. Families and patrons of all ages will be welcomed at The 5th to sing, dance, learn, and most of all, have fun!
Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre Presents 'ELF - The Musical' 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!
Best Places For Rekindling Romance In SeattleWork and family too often put romance on the back burner for many couples. This list of destinations and day trips promises to help rekindle the romance right near home. Leave the stress behind and spend a day with each other, remembering how it all started, at the best places to rekindle the romance in Seattle.
Sing-a-Long-a Grease at The 5th Avenue TheatreThe 5th Avenue Theatre is joining in the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the original stage version of Grease with an entertaining cinematic experience: Sing-a-Long-a Grease. Here’s your chance to sport a pink wig or poodle skirt and belt out “Grease Lightning” at The 5th Avenue Theatre, at one of four screenings, September 7, 8 and 9.
Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre Offers You a Free Sneak Peek at Memphis! 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.
Best Summer Movie Sing-Alongs in Seattle What could be more fun than heading out on a summer evening to sing along with some of your favorite oldies? Whether it's R&B, Abba or Olivia Newton John, there's a sing-along waiting for you to join in!
The 5th Avenue Theatre’s David Armstrong Makes His Broadway Debut this FallIf 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 Comes to Seattle's 5th Avenue TheatreRENT, 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!
Les Misérables Returns to Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre Due to popular demand, Cameron Mackintosh’s acclaimed new production of Les Miz returns to Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre for a spectacular two-week engagement starting June 27!
Best Teen Summer Camps in Puget SoundLooking for a fun and challenging adventure for your teen this summer? Whether it's wilderness survival, crew rowing, drama, or computer design, your teen will have a great summer at one of our favorite camps.
Seattle Spring Theatre PreviewLearn about five of Seattle's best spring theatre productions, including two brand new musicals.
The 5th Avenue Theatre Presents the Oklahoma! Project by Local TeensIn 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!
Best Local Actors In SeattleLike many other metropolitan cities, Seattle thrives with productions of performing arts. Here is a short list of some of the area’s best local talent.
The 5th Avenue's OKLAHOMA! Delves Into Deeper Issues of RaceThe 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.