• WED
    1
    New Year's Day
  • SUN
    5
    Weird & Awesome with Emmett Montgomery @ Annex

    Sunday Jan 5
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Annex Theatre
    1100 Pike St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Monthly series) 

    Weird and Awesome with Emmett Montgomery is a love letter to the strangeness and talent that walks amongst us. Each show features brilliant people doing things outside of their comfort zones or the things they are really good at. Prizes are won! Friends are made! Nightmares are shared and Joy is experienced!


    Tickets $10-$15
    http://www.annextheatre.org/monthly-shows/weird-and-awesome-with-emmett-montgomery/

     

  • SUN
    5
    Bon Appétit!: The Julia Child Operetta

    Sunday Jan 5
    7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

    The Rendezvous - Jewelbox Theater
    2322 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, USA

    An Evening with Julia Child with Chocolate Gateau and Anecdotal Icing

    Features:
    – Julia Child Prud’homme, Our Host (remembrances, readings and literary amuse-bouche)
    – Anne Allgood, performing Bon Appétit! (an operetta written by Lee Hoiby wherein Julia makes chocolate cake on stage)
    – Mark Anders, Musical Accompanist (like a fine wine, the perfect musical pairing for a decadent evening of savory delights)

    Ticket price also includes a slice of cake, lovingly created using Julia’s original recipe by Dolcetta Artisan Sweets. 

    Tickets $28
    https://www.therendezvous.rocks/venue/the-jewel-box-theater/

     

  • MON
    6
    The Magic Hat @ Rendezvous

    Monday Jan 6
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Rendezvous - The Grotto (downtstairs)
    2322 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, USA

    (Ongoing series) 

    The Magic Hat Presented by Emmett Montgomery and Friends 

    Q: What is the Magic Hat?   

    A: Five brilliant humans(?) are invited to share. These humans range from talented newcomers showcasing their best in a ten minute spot to veteran performers stretching their legs with something wonderful. Performers include storytellers, stand up comics, sketch performers, characters and more. There are also five 5 minute lottery spots that are drawn throughout the show. 

    Q: Is it an open mic? 

    A: Not at all. It is a friendship machine that will make the world a better place. The lottery spots are there to create unexpected wonderfulness. Hopefully people will put their names in the hat because they have something special to share.     

    Event is 21+

    Tickets $5 at door; info here:
    https://www.therendezvous.rocks/event/the-magic-hat-presented-by-emmett-montgomery-and-friends-2018-12-17-2019-01-07/all/

     

  • MON
    6
    Bon Appétit!: The Julia Child Operetta

    Monday Jan 6
    7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

    The Rendezvous - Jewelbox Theater
    2322 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, USA

    An Evening with Julia Child with Chocolate Gateau and Anecdotal Icing

    Features:
    – Julia Child Prud’homme, Our Host (remembrances, readings and literary amuse-bouche)
    – Anne Allgood, performing Bon Appétit! (an operetta written by Lee Hoiby wherein Julia makes chocolate cake on stage)
    – Mark Anders, Musical Accompanist (like a fine wine, the perfect musical pairing for a decadent evening of savory delights)

    Ticket price also includes a slice of cake, lovingly created using Julia’s original recipe by Dolcetta Artisan Sweets. 

    Tickets $28
    https://www.therendezvous.rocks/venue/the-jewel-box-theater/

     

  • MON
    6
    Sh*t Gold @ Velocity ($)

    Monday Jan 6
    10 pm - 12 am

    Velocity Dance Center
    1621 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Ongoing series)

    Open Mic Performance Night, held every 1st & 3rd Monday. For artists experimenting in any genre. For those unafraid to fail. Low stress. High focus.

    Come show: A sketch, a task, a situation, a work in-the-works. You have five minutes or less to take a risk.

    Sign-up:  Arrive at 9:30PM to sign up. You can also email gold@velocitydancecenter.org on the day of.

    Food:  Bring something to share if you’d like.

    Booze:  Available at the bar.


    Free, no tickets required. Info here:
    http://velocitydancecenter.org/events/shtgold/

     

     

  • WED
    8
    Reparations @ Langston Hughes (Sound Theatre Company) ($$)

    Wednesday Jan 8
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
    104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, USA

    (Thru 2/2) 

    Preview performance 

    by Darren Canady 
    Directed by Jay O'Leary 

    Oklahoma. The near future. A new technology developed to help humans harness the power of their own blood to relive their ancestral history promises to give Rory the chance to hit a major pay-day. Played out over three time periods, Rory’s quest to uncover and honor the truth of her family’s past has far-reaching effects she could have never imagined.

    Tickets $5-$75 (sliding scale for all): 
    https://soundtheatrecompany.org/2020-season/reparations-play/ 

     

  • WED
    8
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Wednesday Jan 8
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • WED
    8
    Joketellers Union Comedy Showcase @ Clock-Out Lounge

    Wednesday Jan 8
    8:30 pm - 10:30 pm

    Clock-Out Lounge
    4864 Beacon Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA

    (Ongoing series)

    A weekly comedy show produced by Brett Hamil and Emmett Montgomery featuring a lineup of invited local and visiting comics, plus special guests with surprising talents.

    Pro-tip: order drinks at the bar & Seattle's best pizza (at Breezy Town Pizza) under the neon pizza slice next to the stage. Show starts around 9. 

    Tickets $7 online or at the door. Info here:
    https://www.facebook.com/events/2395760763976285/

     

  • THU
    9
    Reparations @ Langston Hughes (Sound Theatre Company) ($$)

    Thursday Jan 9
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
    104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, USA

    (Thru 2/2) 

    Preview performance 

    by Darren Canady 
    Directed by Jay O'Leary 

    Oklahoma. The near future. A new technology developed to help humans harness the power of their own blood to relive their ancestral history promises to give Rory the chance to hit a major pay-day. Played out over three time periods, Rory’s quest to uncover and honor the truth of her family’s past has far-reaching effects she could have never imagined.

    Tickets $5-$75 (sliding scale for all): 
    https://soundtheatrecompany.org/2020-season/reparations-play/ 

     

  • THU
    9
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Thursday Jan 9
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • FRI
    10
    Reparations @ Langston Hughes (Sound Theatre Company) ($$)

    Friday Jan 10
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
    104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, USA

    (Thru 2/2) 

    by Darren Canady 
    Directed by Jay O'Leary 

    Oklahoma. The near future. A new technology developed to help humans harness the power of their own blood to relive their ancestral history promises to give Rory the chance to hit a major pay-day. Played out over three time periods, Rory’s quest to uncover and honor the truth of her family’s past has far-reaching effects she could have never imagined.

    Tickets $5-$75 (sliding scale for all): 
    https://soundtheatrecompany.org/2020-season/reparations-play/ 

     

  • FRI
    10
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Friday Jan 10
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • FRI
    10
    The eXit SPACE Faculty Show @ Erickson Theatre

    Friday Jan 10
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Erickson Theatre
    1524 Harvard Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 1/11) 

    The 15th-year celebration, featuring eXit SPACE faculty and thePROGRAM dancers.

    Showcase features:

    Performances created and performed by faculty members Karen Baskett, Mike Esperanza, Amy J Lambert, Marlo Martin, Sam Picart, Danica Bito, Warren Woo, Laura Peterson, and Noelle Price

    Installations by Natascha Greenwalt and Kara Beadle

    Art, dance film, and spoken word by Miranda Chantelois, Alicia Mullikin, Annie deVuono, and Jennifer Carroll


    Tickets $25: 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4448987

     

  • FRI
    10
    Fuselage Dance Film Festival @ NW Film Forum

    Friday Jan 10
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Northwest Film Forum
    1515 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (One night only) 

    A specially curated collection of short films from Seattle to Seoul centering dance and movement. Featuring works from local Renee Boehlke, Brian Imakura, Christin Call, as well as artists from Los Angeles and other countries. 

    Tickets $13 
    https://nwfilmforum.org/films/fuselage-dance-film-festival-winter-shorts/ 

     

  • SAT
    11
    The eXit SPACE Faculty Show @ Erickson Theatre

    Saturday Jan 11
    3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

    Erickson Theatre
    1524 Harvard Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 1/11) 

    The 15th-year celebration, featuring eXit SPACE faculty and thePROGRAM dancers.

    Showcase features:

    Performances created and performed by faculty members Karen Baskett, Mike Esperanza, Amy J Lambert, Marlo Martin, Sam Picart, Danica Bito, Warren Woo, Laura Peterson, and Noelle Price

    Installations by Natascha Greenwalt and Kara Beadle

    Art, dance film, and spoken word by Miranda Chantelois, Alicia Mullikin, Annie deVuono, and Jennifer Carroll


    Tickets $25: 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4448987

     

  • SAT
    11
    Perpetual Vessels @ NW Film Forum (Malacarne Dance Company)

    Saturday Jan 11
    5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

    Northwest Film Forum
    1515 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (One night only) 

    Premiere of a site-specific dance film created by June Zandona, Alice Gosti, and Malacarne Dance Company in residence at the W.T. Preston, a 100-year-old steamboat in Anacortes, WA. Screening accompanied by short live performances by Malacarne Dance Company dancers, and a Q&A with the filmmaking team and featured dancers. 


    Tickets $13 
    https://nwfilmforum.org/events/perpetual-vessels-malacarne-residence-w-t-preston/

     

  • SAT
    11
    Reparations @ Langston Hughes (Sound Theatre Company) ($$)

    Saturday Jan 11
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
    104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, USA

    (Thru 2/2) 

    by Darren Canady 
    Directed by Jay O'Leary 

    Oklahoma. The near future. A new technology developed to help humans harness the power of their own blood to relive their ancestral history promises to give Rory the chance to hit a major pay-day. Played out over three time periods, Rory’s quest to uncover and honor the truth of her family’s past has far-reaching effects she could have never imagined.

    Tickets $5-$75 (sliding scale for all): 
    https://soundtheatrecompany.org/2020-season/reparations-play/ 

     

  • SAT
    11
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Saturday Jan 11
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • SAT
    11
    The eXit SPACE Faculty Show @ Erickson Theatre

    Saturday Jan 11
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Erickson Theatre
    1524 Harvard Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 1/11) 

    The 15th-year celebration, featuring eXit SPACE faculty and thePROGRAM dancers.

    Showcase features:

    Performances created and performed by faculty members Karen Baskett, Mike Esperanza, Amy J Lambert, Marlo Martin, Sam Picart, Danica Bito, Warren Woo, Laura Peterson, and Noelle Price

    Installations by Natascha Greenwalt and Kara Beadle

    Art, dance film, and spoken word by Miranda Chantelois, Alicia Mullikin, Annie deVuono, and Jennifer Carroll


    Tickets $25: 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4448987

     

  • SAT
    11
    Eugene Onegin @ McCaw Hall (Seattle Opera)

    Saturday Jan 11
    7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

    McCaw Hall
    321 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 1/25)

    by Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky
    Based on the novel by Alexander Pushkin  

    For Tatyana, it’s love at first sight. She stays up all night baring her soul in a passionate letter to Onegin, only to suffer crushing heartbreak the next day. When he finally returns her affections, it’s too late—a rival has appeared. Lush orchestrations, elegant ballroom dances, grand sets, and elaborate period costumes bring 1800s Russia to life in a tale of longing, remorse, and love unfulfilled. 


    Tickets up to $229: 
    https://www.seattleopera.org/on-stage/eugene-onegin/

     

  • SUN
    12
    Reparations @ Langston Hughes (Sound Theatre Company) ($$)

    Sunday Jan 12
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
    104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, USA

    (Thru 2/2) 

    by Darren Canady 
    Directed by Jay O'Leary 

    Oklahoma. The near future. A new technology developed to help humans harness the power of their own blood to relive their ancestral history promises to give Rory the chance to hit a major pay-day. Played out over three time periods, Rory’s quest to uncover and honor the truth of her family’s past has far-reaching effects she could have never imagined.

    Tickets $5-$75 (sliding scale for all): 
    https://soundtheatrecompany.org/2020-season/reparations-play/ 

     

  • SUN
    12
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Sunday Jan 12
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • SUN
    12
    Eugene Onegin @ McCaw Hall (Seattle Opera)

    Sunday Jan 12
    2 pm - 5 pm

    McCaw Hall
    321 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 1/25)

    by Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky
    Based on the novel by Alexander Pushkin  

    For Tatyana, it’s love at first sight. She stays up all night baring her soul in a passionate letter to Onegin, only to suffer crushing heartbreak the next day. When he finally returns her affections, it’s too late—a rival has appeared. Lush orchestrations, elegant ballroom dances, grand sets, and elaborate period costumes bring 1800s Russia to life in a tale of longing, remorse, and love unfulfilled. 


    Tickets up to $229: 
    https://www.seattleopera.org/on-stage/eugene-onegin/

     

  • SUN
    12
    Bon Appétit!: The Julia Child Operetta

    Sunday Jan 12
    7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

    The Rendezvous - Jewelbox Theater
    2322 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, USA

    An Evening with Julia Child with Chocolate Gateau and Anecdotal Icing

    Features:
    – Julia Child Prud’homme, Our Host (remembrances, readings and literary amuse-bouche)
    – Anne Allgood, performing Bon Appétit! (an operetta written by Lee Hoiby wherein Julia makes chocolate cake on stage)
    – Mark Anders, Musical Accompanist (like a fine wine, the perfect musical pairing for a decadent evening of savory delights)

    Ticket price also includes a slice of cake, lovingly created using Julia’s original recipe by Dolcetta Artisan Sweets. 

    Tickets $28
    https://www.therendezvous.rocks/venue/the-jewel-box-theater/

     

  • MON
    13
    The Magic Hat @ Rendezvous

    Monday Jan 13
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Rendezvous - The Grotto (downtstairs)
    2322 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, USA

    (Ongoing series) 

    The Magic Hat Presented by Emmett Montgomery and Friends 

    Q: What is the Magic Hat?   

    A: Five brilliant humans(?) are invited to share. These humans range from talented newcomers showcasing their best in a ten minute spot to veteran performers stretching their legs with something wonderful. Performers include storytellers, stand up comics, sketch performers, characters and more. There are also five 5 minute lottery spots that are drawn throughout the show. 

    Q: Is it an open mic? 

    A: Not at all. It is a friendship machine that will make the world a better place. The lottery spots are there to create unexpected wonderfulness. Hopefully people will put their names in the hat because they have something special to share.     

    Event is 21+

    Tickets $5 at door; info here:
    https://www.therendezvous.rocks/event/the-magic-hat-presented-by-emmett-montgomery-and-friends-2018-12-17-2019-01-07/all/

     

  • MON
    13
    Plays on Tap @ Solo Bar (Copious Love) ($)

    Monday Jan 13
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Solo Bar
    200 Roy St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Monthly series) 

    Copious Love Productions presents a reading of a new play each month, at Solo Bar in Lower Queen Anne. January's reading is Green Burial by Brendan Mack. 

    Admission is free, no RSVP required. Arrive early to order dinner and drinks, or for a good table/seat.

    Info here: 
    https://www.facebook.com/events/792170727861298/

     

  • MON
    13
    Quantum - reading @ Center Theatre (Sound Theatre Company & SNAG Productions) ($)

    Monday Jan 13
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre - Black Box Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (One night only)

    by Tara Moses
    Directed by Julie Beckman & Fern Renville

    Ivy Johnson, a young woman of color adopted by an African American father and Mexican American mother, discovers her real identity and is shocked by the injustices from her past and has questions only family can answer. Quantum asks and answers the question: what makes someone Native: a blood quantum mandate demanded by the Federal Government, or culture, language, and pride? 


    Admission is free, reserve here:
    https://www.artful.ly/sound-theatre-company--1/store/events/19650

     

  • WED
    15
    Performance Lab - An Augur: Future Visions @ On the Boards

    Wednesday Jan 15
    7 pm - 9 pm

    On the Boards
    100 W Roy St, Seattle, WA 98119, USA

    (Quarterly series)

    Co-curated by Charles Smith & HATLO 

     

    An Augur: Future Visions features new work experiments, rituals, and divination practices that will invite the audience to read the patterns of the present to foretell the future. Augury was a pre-Roman empire practice of interpreting the flight movements of birds to divine omens, messages from the gods of what was to come.

    This event's selected artists will share their work developed in conversation with these themes; reflecting on the nature of time, engaging personal history to find healing paths forward, and discerning present trends to imagine possible futures. Since this Future Visions Performance Lab is concerned with perspective shifts that stir curiosity and new ways of noticing, the evening will also find these artists exploring non-traditional performance spaces and relationships to audience all over the second floor of the building.


    Tickets $10 
    https://www.ontheboards.org/special-events/performance-lab-an-augur-future-visions

     

  • WED
    15
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Wednesday Jan 15
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • WED
    15
    Eugene Onegin @ McCaw Hall (Seattle Opera)

    Wednesday Jan 15
    7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

    McCaw Hall
    321 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 1/25)

    by Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky
    Based on the novel by Alexander Pushkin  

    For Tatyana, it’s love at first sight. She stays up all night baring her soul in a passionate letter to Onegin, only to suffer crushing heartbreak the next day. When he finally returns her affections, it’s too late—a rival has appeared. Lush orchestrations, elegant ballroom dances, grand sets, and elaborate period costumes bring 1800s Russia to life in a tale of longing, remorse, and love unfulfilled. 


    Tickets up to $229: 
    https://www.seattleopera.org/on-stage/eugene-onegin/

     

  • WED
    15
    Joketellers Union Comedy Showcase @ Clock-Out Lounge

    Wednesday Jan 15
    8:30 pm - 10:30 pm

    Clock-Out Lounge
    4864 Beacon Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA

    (Ongoing series)

    A weekly comedy show produced by Brett Hamil and Emmett Montgomery featuring a lineup of invited local and visiting comics, plus special guests with surprising talents.

    Pro-tip: order drinks at the bar & Seattle's best pizza (at Breezy Town Pizza) under the neon pizza slice next to the stage. Show starts around 9. 

    Tickets $7 online or at the door. Info here:
    https://www.facebook.com/events/2395760763976285/

     

  • THU
    16
    Gabrielle Civil with Velocity Dance Center @ Elliott Bay Book Co. ($)

    Thursday Jan 16
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Elliott Bay Book Company
    1521 10th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (One night only) 

    Gabrielle Civil is a black feminist performance artist, poet, and writer, originally from Detroit. She has premiered 50 original performance art works around the world, most recently at Queertopia in Minneapolis (2019) and at the Eclipsing Festival in in Chicago (2018). She in Seattle to perform as the lead artist for Wild Beauty, an MLK ritual/black movement intensive happening at Velocity Dance Center and while she’s here, she’ll also make a special appearance to read from her performance memoir, Experiments in Joy (Civil Coping Mechanisms). Her writing has appeared in Dancing While Black, Small Axe, Art21, Obsidian, Kitchen Table Translation and New Daughters of Africa. She teaches at the California Institute of the Arts and was named a 2019 Rema Hort Mann LA Emerging Artist. The aim of her work is to open up space.

    Free, no tickets required; info here: 
    https://www.elliottbaybook.com/event/gabrielle-civil-velocity-dance-center

     

  • THU
    16
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Thursday Jan 16
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • THU
    16
    The Revolutionists @ ArtsWest

    Thursday Jan 16
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest Playhouse & Gallery
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 2/9)

    by Lauren Gunderson
    Directed by Kelly Kitchens

    A quartet of fierce women —Playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, former queen Marie Antoinette, and Haitian rebel Marianne Angelle—lose their heads in this irreverent, girl-powered comedy set during the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror. As this fearless comedy unfolds, The Revolutionists rewrites the book on legacy, art and activism, feminism, compatriots and chosen sisters, and how we  go about changing the world.


    Tickets $42 
    https://www.artswest.org/theatre-plays/the-revolutionists/

     

  • THU
    16
    Noises Off @ State Theater (Harlequin Productions)

    Thursday Jan 16
    7:30 pm - 10 pm

    State Theater
    202 4th Ave E, Olympia, WA 98501, USA

    (Thru 2/8) 

    Preview performance 

    by Michael Frayn
    Directed by Corey McDaniel

    This farce gives a behind-the-scenes peek at an acting troupe rehearsing and performing the comedy Nothing’s On. After barely making it from final dress rehearsal to opening night, things quickly deteriorate during the run, culminating in a closing night disaster that threatens to jinx the old saying, “The show must go on.” 

    Tickets $20 (preview only) 
    https://harlequinproductions.org/show/noises-off/

     

  • THU
    16
    [MISS] @ Edmonds Driftwood Players

    Thursday Jan 16
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Wade James Theatre
    950 Main St, Edmonds, WA 98020, USA

    by W. L. Newkirk
    Directed by Joe Goins

    Based on true events, this play tells the story of Dr. Frances Kelsey’s battle with a powerful drug company to prevent thalidomide from being approved for release in the United States. Concerned about the drug’s potential effect on pregnant women, she resists the drug company’s attacks to forces her to back down. [MISS] is about the challenges women face in science and the ability of one uncompromising woman to change history and save lives.

    Part of the TIPs (Theatre of Intriguing Possibilities) series -- Theatre That Makes You Think! 


    Tickets $20 
    https://edmondsdriftwoodplayers.org/season-61/miss/

     

  • THU
    16
    Bohemia @ Triple Door

    Thursday Jan 16
    8 pm - 10 pm

    The Triple Door
    216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 1/26)

    by Opal Peachey & Mark Siano

    A freewheeling cabaret about love, classical music, art nouveau, green fairies and absinthe. Set in 1890s Prague, Bohemia combines the music of Dvorák and Chopin, with art by Alphonse Mucha. Historic artists like Sarah Bernhardt and George Sand,  interweave with beautiful green fairies, aerial numbers, dance, burlesque, classical piano battles, comedy, and original songs.


    Tickets start at $22 
    https://tickets.thetripledoor.net/eventperformances.asp?evt=1342

  • FRI
    17
    Bohemia @ Triple Door

    Friday Jan 17
    7 pm - 9 pm

    The Triple Door
    216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 1/26)

    by Opal Peachey & Mark Siano

    A freewheeling cabaret about love, classical music, art nouveau, green fairies and absinthe. Set in 1890s Prague, Bohemia combines the music of Dvorák and Chopin, with art by Alphonse Mucha. Historic artists like Sarah Bernhardt and George Sand,  interweave with beautiful green fairies, aerial numbers, dance, burlesque, classical piano battles, comedy, and original songs.


    Tickets start at $22 
    https://tickets.thetripledoor.net/eventperformances.asp?evt=1342

  • FRI
    17
    Showing Out @ Langston Hughes (CD Forum for Arts & Ideas)

    Friday Jan 17
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
    104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, USA

    (Thru 1/18) 

    Showing Out: Contemporary Black Choreographers 
    Curated by Dani Tirrell 

    Featured choreographers: Saira Barbaric, Markeith Wiley, Keelan Johnson, Michael O'Neal Jr., Brian J. Evans, Kyle Bernbach & Gilbert Small, and Neve Kamilah Mazique-Bianco

    SHOWING OUT: CONTEMPORARY BLACK CHOREOGRAPHERS (Part 2) -- Showing Out is a mentorship and performance event that supports the creation and development of work created by Black choreographers from around the Pacific Northwest, in alignment with CD Forum's mission to support distinctive Black artistic voices.

    This showcase is the follow-up to Showing Out Part 1 (November 2019), during which artists received audience feedback, showcases new and re-imagined iterations of their work. 

    Tickets $20: 
    https://www.cdforum.org/post/showing-out-black-choreographers-2

     

  • FRI
    17
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Friday Jan 17
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • FRI
    17
    The Revolutionists @ ArtsWest

    Friday Jan 17
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest Playhouse & Gallery
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 2/9)

    by Lauren Gunderson
    Directed by Kelly Kitchens

    A quartet of fierce women —Playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, former queen Marie Antoinette, and Haitian rebel Marianne Angelle—lose their heads in this irreverent, girl-powered comedy set during the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror. As this fearless comedy unfolds, The Revolutionists rewrites the book on legacy, art and activism, feminism, compatriots and chosen sisters, and how we  go about changing the world.


    Tickets $42 
    https://www.artswest.org/theatre-plays/the-revolutionists/

     

  • FRI
    17
    Dance Nation @ 12th Avenue Arts (Washington Ensemble Theatre)

    Friday Jan 17
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    12th Avenue Arts
    1620 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 2/3) 

    by Clare Barron
    Directed by Bobbin Ramsey & Alyza DelPan-Monley

    Dance Nation explores the cutthroat world of a preteen competitive dance team. Dance Teacher Pat will bring his army of ferocious youth performers all the way to nationals -- but only if they can harness their immense potential first. This razor-sharp story is a celebration of the unsettling, and at times terrifying, power of young women as they navigate their own monumental ambition, with sparkles, fangs, and intense feminine energy out. 


    Tickets $25 
    http://washingtonensemble.org/season-16-dance-nation/

     

  • FRI
    17
    Noises Off @ State Theater (Harlequin Productions)

    Friday Jan 17
    7:30 pm - 10 pm

    State Theater
    202 4th Ave E, Olympia, WA 98501, USA

    (Thru 2/8) 

    by Michael Frayn
    Directed by Corey McDaniel

    This farce gives a behind-the-scenes peek at an acting troupe rehearsing and performing the comedy Nothing’s On. After barely making it from final dress rehearsal to opening night, things quickly deteriorate during the run, culminating in a closing night disaster that threatens to jinx the old saying, “The show must go on.” 

    Tickets $36
    https://harlequinproductions.org/show/noises-off/

     

  • FRI
    17
    [MISS] @ Edmonds Driftwood Players

    Friday Jan 17
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Wade James Theatre
    950 Main St, Edmonds, WA 98020, USA

    by W. L. Newkirk
    Directed by Joe Goins

    Based on true events, this play tells the story of Dr. Frances Kelsey’s battle with a powerful drug company to prevent thalidomide from being approved for release in the United States. Concerned about the drug’s potential effect on pregnant women, she resists the drug company’s attacks to forces her to back down. [MISS] is about the challenges women face in science and the ability of one uncompromising woman to change history and save lives.

    Part of the TIPs (Theatre of Intriguing Possibilities) series -- Theatre That Makes You Think! 


    Tickets $20 
    https://edmondsdriftwoodplayers.org/season-61/miss/

     

  • FRI
    17
    Heathers: The Musical @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Friday Jan 17
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Lakewood Playhouse
    5729 Lakewood Towne Center Blvd SW, Lakewood, WA 98499, USA

    (Thru 2/9) 

    by Laurence O'Keefe & Kevin Murphy
    Based on the 1989 film

    Westerberg High is ruled by a shoulder-padded, scrunchie-wearing junta: Heather, Heather, and Heather, the hottest and cruelest girls in all of Ohio. But misfit Veronica Sawyer rejects their evil regime for a new boyfriend, the dark and sexy stranger J.D., who plans to put the Heathers in their place - six feet under.


    Tickets $31 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/our-current-season.html

     

  • FRI
    17
    Bohemia @ Triple Door

    Friday Jan 17
    9:30 pm - 11:30 pm

    The Triple Door
    216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 1/26)

    by Opal Peachey & Mark Siano

    A freewheeling cabaret about love, classical music, art nouveau, green fairies and absinthe. Set in 1890s Prague, Bohemia combines the music of Dvorák and Chopin, with art by Alphonse Mucha. Historic artists like Sarah Bernhardt and George Sand,  interweave with beautiful green fairies, aerial numbers, dance, burlesque, classical piano battles, comedy, and original songs.


    Tickets start at $22 
    https://tickets.thetripledoor.net/eventperformances.asp?evt=1342

  • SAT
    18
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Saturday Jan 18
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • SAT
    18
    Noises Off @ State Theater (Harlequin Productions)

    Saturday Jan 18
    2 pm - 4:30 pm

    State Theater
    202 4th Ave E, Olympia, WA 98501, USA

    (Thru 2/8) 

    by Michael Frayn
    Directed by Corey McDaniel

    This farce gives a behind-the-scenes peek at an acting troupe rehearsing and performing the comedy Nothing’s On. After barely making it from final dress rehearsal to opening night, things quickly deteriorate during the run, culminating in a closing night disaster that threatens to jinx the old saying, “The show must go on.” 

    Tickets $36
    https://harlequinproductions.org/show/noises-off/

     

  • SAT
    18
    [MISS] @ Edmonds Driftwood Players

    Saturday Jan 18
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Wade James Theatre
    950 Main St, Edmonds, WA 98020, USA

    by W. L. Newkirk
    Directed by Joe Goins

    Based on true events, this play tells the story of Dr. Frances Kelsey’s battle with a powerful drug company to prevent thalidomide from being approved for release in the United States. Concerned about the drug’s potential effect on pregnant women, she resists the drug company’s attacks to forces her to back down. [MISS] is about the challenges women face in science and the ability of one uncompromising woman to change history and save lives.

    Part of the TIPs (Theatre of Intriguing Possibilities) series -- Theatre That Makes You Think! 


    Tickets $20 
    https://edmondsdriftwoodplayers.org/season-61/miss/

     

  • SAT
    18
    Bohemia @ Triple Door

    Saturday Jan 18
    7 pm - 9 pm

    The Triple Door
    216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 1/26)

    by Opal Peachey & Mark Siano

    A freewheeling cabaret about love, classical music, art nouveau, green fairies and absinthe. Set in 1890s Prague, Bohemia combines the music of Dvorák and Chopin, with art by Alphonse Mucha. Historic artists like Sarah Bernhardt and George Sand,  interweave with beautiful green fairies, aerial numbers, dance, burlesque, classical piano battles, comedy, and original songs.


    Tickets start at $22 
    https://tickets.thetripledoor.net/eventperformances.asp?evt=1342

  • SAT
    18
    Showing Out @ Langston Hughes (CD Forum for Arts & Ideas)

    Saturday Jan 18
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
    104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, USA

    (Thru 1/18) 

    Showing Out: Contemporary Black Choreographers 
    Curated by Dani Tirrell 

    Featured choreographers: Saira Barbaric, Markeith Wiley, Keelan Johnson, Michael O'Neal Jr., Brian J. Evans, Kyle Bernbach & Gilbert Small, and Neve Kamilah Mazique-Bianco

    SHOWING OUT: CONTEMPORARY BLACK CHOREOGRAPHERS (Part 2) -- Showing Out is a mentorship and performance event that supports the creation and development of work created by Black choreographers from around the Pacific Northwest, in alignment with CD Forum's mission to support distinctive Black artistic voices.

    This showcase is the follow-up to Showing Out Part 1 (November 2019), during which artists received audience feedback, showcases new and re-imagined iterations of their work. 

    Tickets $20: 
    https://www.cdforum.org/post/showing-out-black-choreographers-2

     

  • SAT
    18
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Saturday Jan 18
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • SAT
    18
    Eugene Onegin @ McCaw Hall (Seattle Opera)

    Saturday Jan 18
    7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

    McCaw Hall
    321 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 1/25)

    by Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky
    Based on the novel by Alexander Pushkin  

    For Tatyana, it’s love at first sight. She stays up all night baring her soul in a passionate letter to Onegin, only to suffer crushing heartbreak the next day. When he finally returns her affections, it’s too late—a rival has appeared. Lush orchestrations, elegant ballroom dances, grand sets, and elaborate period costumes bring 1800s Russia to life in a tale of longing, remorse, and love unfulfilled. 


    Tickets up to $229: 
    https://www.seattleopera.org/on-stage/eugene-onegin/

     

  • SAT
    18
    The Revolutionists @ ArtsWest

    Saturday Jan 18
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest Playhouse & Gallery
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 2/9)

    by Lauren Gunderson
    Directed by Kelly Kitchens

    A quartet of fierce women —Playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, former queen Marie Antoinette, and Haitian rebel Marianne Angelle—lose their heads in this irreverent, girl-powered comedy set during the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror. As this fearless comedy unfolds, The Revolutionists rewrites the book on legacy, art and activism, feminism, compatriots and chosen sisters, and how we  go about changing the world.


    Tickets $42 
    https://www.artswest.org/theatre-plays/the-revolutionists/

     

  • SAT
    18
    Dance Nation @ 12th Avenue Arts (Washington Ensemble Theatre)

    Saturday Jan 18
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    12th Avenue Arts
    1620 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 2/3) 

    by Clare Barron
    Directed by Bobbin Ramsey & Alyza DelPan-Monley

    Dance Nation explores the cutthroat world of a preteen competitive dance team. Dance Teacher Pat will bring his army of ferocious youth performers all the way to nationals -- but only if they can harness their immense potential first. This razor-sharp story is a celebration of the unsettling, and at times terrifying, power of young women as they navigate their own monumental ambition, with sparkles, fangs, and intense feminine energy out. 


    Tickets $25 
    http://washingtonensemble.org/season-16-dance-nation/

     

  • SAT
    18
    Noises Off @ State Theater (Harlequin Productions)

    Saturday Jan 18
    7:30 pm - 10 pm

    State Theater
    202 4th Ave E, Olympia, WA 98501, USA

    (Thru 2/8) 

    by Michael Frayn
    Directed by Corey McDaniel

    This farce gives a behind-the-scenes peek at an acting troupe rehearsing and performing the comedy Nothing’s On. After barely making it from final dress rehearsal to opening night, things quickly deteriorate during the run, culminating in a closing night disaster that threatens to jinx the old saying, “The show must go on.” 

    Tickets $36
    https://harlequinproductions.org/show/noises-off/

     

  • SAT
    18
    [MISS] @ Edmonds Driftwood Players

    Saturday Jan 18
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Wade James Theatre
    950 Main St, Edmonds, WA 98020, USA

    by W. L. Newkirk
    Directed by Joe Goins

    Based on true events, this play tells the story of Dr. Frances Kelsey’s battle with a powerful drug company to prevent thalidomide from being approved for release in the United States. Concerned about the drug’s potential effect on pregnant women, she resists the drug company’s attacks to forces her to back down. [MISS] is about the challenges women face in science and the ability of one uncompromising woman to change history and save lives.

    Part of the TIPs (Theatre of Intriguing Possibilities) series -- Theatre That Makes You Think! 


    Tickets $20 
    https://edmondsdriftwoodplayers.org/season-61/miss/

     

  • SAT
    18
    Heathers: The Musical @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Saturday Jan 18
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Lakewood Playhouse
    5729 Lakewood Towne Center Blvd SW, Lakewood, WA 98499, USA

    (Thru 2/9) 

    by Laurence O'Keefe & Kevin Murphy
    Based on the 1989 film

    Westerberg High is ruled by a shoulder-padded, scrunchie-wearing junta: Heather, Heather, and Heather, the hottest and cruelest girls in all of Ohio. But misfit Veronica Sawyer rejects their evil regime for a new boyfriend, the dark and sexy stranger J.D., who plans to put the Heathers in their place - six feet under.


    Tickets $31 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/our-current-season.html

     

  • SAT
    18
    Bohemia @ Triple Door

    Saturday Jan 18
    9:30 pm - 11:30 pm

    The Triple Door
    216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 1/26)

    by Opal Peachey & Mark Siano

    A freewheeling cabaret about love, classical music, art nouveau, green fairies and absinthe. Set in 1890s Prague, Bohemia combines the music of Dvorák and Chopin, with art by Alphonse Mucha. Historic artists like Sarah Bernhardt and George Sand,  interweave with beautiful green fairies, aerial numbers, dance, burlesque, classical piano battles, comedy, and original songs.


    Tickets start at $22 
    https://tickets.thetripledoor.net/eventperformances.asp?evt=1342

  • SUN
    19
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Sunday Jan 19
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • SUN
    19
    Eugene Onegin @ McCaw Hall (Seattle Opera)

    Sunday Jan 19
    2 pm - 5 pm

    McCaw Hall
    321 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 1/25)

    by Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky
    Based on the novel by Alexander Pushkin  

    For Tatyana, it’s love at first sight. She stays up all night baring her soul in a passionate letter to Onegin, only to suffer crushing heartbreak the next day. When he finally returns her affections, it’s too late—a rival has appeared. Lush orchestrations, elegant ballroom dances, grand sets, and elaborate period costumes bring 1800s Russia to life in a tale of longing, remorse, and love unfulfilled. 


    Tickets up to $229: 
    https://www.seattleopera.org/on-stage/eugene-onegin/

     

  • SUN
    19
    Noises Off @ State Theater (Harlequin Productions)

    Sunday Jan 19
    2 pm - 4:30 pm

    State Theater
    202 4th Ave E, Olympia, WA 98501, USA

    (Thru 2/8) 

    by Michael Frayn
    Directed by Corey McDaniel

    This farce gives a behind-the-scenes peek at an acting troupe rehearsing and performing the comedy Nothing’s On. After barely making it from final dress rehearsal to opening night, things quickly deteriorate during the run, culminating in a closing night disaster that threatens to jinx the old saying, “The show must go on.” 

    Tickets $36
    https://harlequinproductions.org/show/noises-off/

     

  • SUN
    19
    [MISS] @ Edmonds Driftwood Players

    Sunday Jan 19
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Wade James Theatre
    950 Main St, Edmonds, WA 98020, USA

    by W. L. Newkirk
    Directed by Joe Goins

    Based on true events, this play tells the story of Dr. Frances Kelsey’s battle with a powerful drug company to prevent thalidomide from being approved for release in the United States. Concerned about the drug’s potential effect on pregnant women, she resists the drug company’s attacks to forces her to back down. [MISS] is about the challenges women face in science and the ability of one uncompromising woman to change history and save lives.

    Part of the TIPs (Theatre of Intriguing Possibilities) series -- Theatre That Makes You Think! 


    Tickets $20 
    https://edmondsdriftwoodplayers.org/season-61/miss/

     

  • SUN
    19
    Heathers: The Musical @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Sunday Jan 19
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Lakewood Playhouse
    5729 Lakewood Towne Center Blvd SW, Lakewood, WA 98499, USA

    (Thru 2/9) 

    by Laurence O'Keefe & Kevin Murphy
    Based on the 1989 film

    Westerberg High is ruled by a shoulder-padded, scrunchie-wearing junta: Heather, Heather, and Heather, the hottest and cruelest girls in all of Ohio. But misfit Veronica Sawyer rejects their evil regime for a new boyfriend, the dark and sexy stranger J.D., who plans to put the Heathers in their place - six feet under.


    Tickets $31 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/our-current-season.html

     

  • SUN
    19
    The Revolutionists @ ArtsWest

    Sunday Jan 19
    3 pm - 5 pm

    ArtsWest Playhouse & Gallery
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 2/9)

    by Lauren Gunderson
    Directed by Kelly Kitchens

    A quartet of fierce women —Playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, former queen Marie Antoinette, and Haitian rebel Marianne Angelle—lose their heads in this irreverent, girl-powered comedy set during the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror. As this fearless comedy unfolds, The Revolutionists rewrites the book on legacy, art and activism, feminism, compatriots and chosen sisters, and how we  go about changing the world.


    Tickets $42 
    https://www.artswest.org/theatre-plays/the-revolutionists/

     

  • SUN
    19
    Bohemia @ Triple Door

    Sunday Jan 19
    7 pm - 9 pm

    The Triple Door
    216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 1/26)

    by Opal Peachey & Mark Siano

    A freewheeling cabaret about love, classical music, art nouveau, green fairies and absinthe. Set in 1890s Prague, Bohemia combines the music of Dvorák and Chopin, with art by Alphonse Mucha. Historic artists like Sarah Bernhardt and George Sand,  interweave with beautiful green fairies, aerial numbers, dance, burlesque, classical piano battles, comedy, and original songs.


    Tickets start at $22 
    https://tickets.thetripledoor.net/eventperformances.asp?evt=1342

  • SUN
    19
    Dance Nation @ 12th Avenue Arts (Washington Ensemble Theatre)

    Sunday Jan 19
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    12th Avenue Arts
    1620 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 2/3) 

    by Clare Barron
    Directed by Bobbin Ramsey & Alyza DelPan-Monley

    Dance Nation explores the cutthroat world of a preteen competitive dance team. Dance Teacher Pat will bring his army of ferocious youth performers all the way to nationals -- but only if they can harness their immense potential first. This razor-sharp story is a celebration of the unsettling, and at times terrifying, power of young women as they navigate their own monumental ambition, with sparkles, fangs, and intense feminine energy out. 


    Tickets $25 
    http://washingtonensemble.org/season-16-dance-nation/

     

  • MON
    20
    Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • MON
    20
    Wild Beauty: What happens if we take our time? @ Velocity Dance Center ($)

    Monday Jan 20
    4 pm - 6 pm

    Velocity Dance Center
    1621 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (One night only) 

    What happens if we take our time? is a weeklong residency program that activates four core black artists – Gabrielle Civil, Randy Ford, Neve Mazique-Bianco, and Fox Whitney –to work and play together in a ritual/black movement intensive for Martin Luther King Jr. Day and beyond.

    Performing under the moniker Wild Beauty, the ensemble of four artists will begin working intensively together on January 12 and will close on January 20 with an MLK Day celebration at Velocity to break bread, share new performance gestures, and receive any community offerings. Wild Beauty arrives to hold space for black power, heritage, creativity, and communion.

    What does it mean to dance (blackness) in blackness? In the heart of winter, how can we bloom, share breath, heal, and open space? How can we conjure medicine and experiment with joy?  What happens if we take our time?
    –Wild Beauty

    Free, no tickets required; info here: 
    http://velocitydancecenter.org/events/gabrielle-civil-wild-beauty/

  • MON
    20
    The Magic Hat @ Rendezvous

    Monday Jan 20
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Rendezvous - The Grotto (downtstairs)
    2322 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, USA

    (Ongoing series) 

    The Magic Hat Presented by Emmett Montgomery and Friends 

    Q: What is the Magic Hat?   

    A: Five brilliant humans(?) are invited to share. These humans range from talented newcomers showcasing their best in a ten minute spot to veteran performers stretching their legs with something wonderful. Performers include storytellers, stand up comics, sketch performers, characters and more. There are also five 5 minute lottery spots that are drawn throughout the show. 

    Q: Is it an open mic? 

    A: Not at all. It is a friendship machine that will make the world a better place. The lottery spots are there to create unexpected wonderfulness. Hopefully people will put their names in the hat because they have something special to share.     

    Event is 21+

    Tickets $5 at door; info here:
    https://www.therendezvous.rocks/event/the-magic-hat-presented-by-emmett-montgomery-and-friends-2018-12-17-2019-01-07/all/

     

  • MON
    20
    Reparations @ Langston Hughes (Sound Theatre Company) ($$)

    Monday Jan 20
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
    104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, USA

    (Thru 2/2) 

    by Darren Canady 
    Directed by Jay O'Leary 

    Oklahoma. The near future. A new technology developed to help humans harness the power of their own blood to relive their ancestral history promises to give Rory the chance to hit a major pay-day. Played out over three time periods, Rory’s quest to uncover and honor the truth of her family’s past has far-reaching effects she could have never imagined.

    Tickets $5-$75 (sliding scale for all): 
    https://soundtheatrecompany.org/2020-season/reparations-play/ 

     

  • MON
    20
    Bon Appétit!: The Julia Child Operetta

    Monday Jan 20
    7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

    The Rendezvous - Jewelbox Theater
    2322 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, USA

    An Evening with Julia Child with Chocolate Gateau and Anecdotal Icing

    Features:
    – Julia Child Prud’homme, Our Host (remembrances, readings and literary amuse-bouche)
    – Anne Allgood, performing Bon Appétit! (an operetta written by Lee Hoiby wherein Julia makes chocolate cake on stage)
    – Mark Anders, Musical Accompanist (like a fine wine, the perfect musical pairing for a decadent evening of savory delights)

    Ticket price also includes a slice of cake, lovingly created using Julia’s original recipe by Dolcetta Artisan Sweets. 

    Tickets $28
    https://www.therendezvous.rocks/venue/the-jewel-box-theater/

     

  • MON
    20
    A Sensible Cabaret @ The Knife Room (Sensible Theatre Co)

    Monday Jan 20
    8 pm - 10 pm

    The Knife Room
    103 S Main St, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

    (Monthly series) 

    Cabaret with singing, music, stories & more, featuring different artists each month. Lineup focuses on queer & local artists. Hosted by Cassi Q. Kohl. Non-reserved, cabaret-table seating, with drink & small plates service by Cafe Nordo. 

    This month's artists: TBA 

    Doors @ 7, show @ 8 


    Tickets $15 ($20 at door); info here: 
    https://www.sensibletheatre.co/

     

  • MON
    20
    Sh*t Gold @ Velocity ($)

    Monday Jan 20
    10 pm - 12 am

    Velocity Dance Center
    1621 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Ongoing series)

    Open Mic Performance Night, held every 1st & 3rd Monday. For artists experimenting in any genre. For those unafraid to fail. Low stress. High focus.

    Come show: A sketch, a task, a situation, a work in-the-works. You have five minutes or less to take a risk.

    Sign-up:  Arrive at 9:30PM to sign up. You can also email gold@velocitydancecenter.org on the day of.

    Food:  Bring something to share if you’d like.

    Booze:  Available at the bar.


    Free, no tickets required. Info here:
    http://velocitydancecenter.org/events/shtgold/

     

     

  • TUE
    21
    Light rain
    50°/48°
  • TUE
    21
    Bohemia @ Triple Door

    Tuesday Jan 21
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    The Triple Door
    216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 1/26)

    by Opal Peachey & Mark Siano

    A freewheeling cabaret about love, classical music, art nouveau, green fairies and absinthe. Set in 1890s Prague, Bohemia combines the music of Dvorák and Chopin, with art by Alphonse Mucha. Historic artists like Sarah Bernhardt and George Sand,  interweave with beautiful green fairies, aerial numbers, dance, burlesque, classical piano battles, comedy, and original songs.


    Tickets start at $22 
    https://tickets.thetripledoor.net/eventperformances.asp?evt=1342

  • WED
    22
    Cloudy skies
    50°/46°
  • WED
    22
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Wednesday Jan 22
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • WED
    22
    Eugene Onegin @ McCaw Hall (Seattle Opera)

    Wednesday Jan 22
    7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

    McCaw Hall
    321 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 1/25)

    by Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky
    Based on the novel by Alexander Pushkin  

    For Tatyana, it’s love at first sight. She stays up all night baring her soul in a passionate letter to Onegin, only to suffer crushing heartbreak the next day. When he finally returns her affections, it’s too late—a rival has appeared. Lush orchestrations, elegant ballroom dances, grand sets, and elaborate period costumes bring 1800s Russia to life in a tale of longing, remorse, and love unfulfilled. 


    Tickets up to $229: 
    https://www.seattleopera.org/on-stage/eugene-onegin/

     

  • WED
    22
    Bohemia @ Triple Door

    Wednesday Jan 22
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    The Triple Door
    216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 1/26)

    by Opal Peachey & Mark Siano

    A freewheeling cabaret about love, classical music, art nouveau, green fairies and absinthe. Set in 1890s Prague, Bohemia combines the music of Dvorák and Chopin, with art by Alphonse Mucha. Historic artists like Sarah Bernhardt and George Sand,  interweave with beautiful green fairies, aerial numbers, dance, burlesque, classical piano battles, comedy, and original songs.


    Tickets start at $22 
    https://tickets.thetripledoor.net/eventperformances.asp?evt=1342

  • WED
    22
    Joketellers Union Comedy Showcase @ Clock-Out Lounge

    Wednesday Jan 22
    8:30 pm - 10:30 pm

    Clock-Out Lounge
    4864 Beacon Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA

    (Ongoing series)

    A weekly comedy show produced by Brett Hamil and Emmett Montgomery featuring a lineup of invited local and visiting comics, plus special guests with surprising talents.

    Pro-tip: order drinks at the bar & Seattle's best pizza (at Breezy Town Pizza) under the neon pizza slice next to the stage. Show starts around 9. 

    Tickets $7 online or at the door. Info here:
    https://www.facebook.com/events/2395760763976285/

     

  • THU
    23
    Light rain
    56°/50°
  • THU
    23
    Seattle Playwrights Salon @ Palace ($$)

    Thursday Jan 23
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Palace Theatre & Art Bar
    5813 Airport Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA

    (Monthly event) 

    A monthly reading series of new work by local playwrights. 

    No tickets; admission by donation ($10 suggested).

    Info here:
    https://www.facebook.com/events/452177588650307/

     

  • THU
    23
    Bohemia @ Triple Door

    Thursday Jan 23
    7 pm - 9 pm

    The Triple Door
    216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 1/26)

    by Opal Peachey & Mark Siano

    A freewheeling cabaret about love, classical music, art nouveau, green fairies and absinthe. Set in 1890s Prague, Bohemia combines the music of Dvorák and Chopin, with art by Alphonse Mucha. Historic artists like Sarah Bernhardt and George Sand,  interweave with beautiful green fairies, aerial numbers, dance, burlesque, classical piano battles, comedy, and original songs.


    Tickets start at $22 
    https://tickets.thetripledoor.net/eventperformances.asp?evt=1342

  • THU
    23
    Reparations @ Langston Hughes (Sound Theatre Company) ($$)

    Thursday Jan 23
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
    104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, USA

    (Thru 2/2) 

    by Darren Canady 
    Directed by Jay O'Leary 

    Oklahoma. The near future. A new technology developed to help humans harness the power of their own blood to relive their ancestral history promises to give Rory the chance to hit a major pay-day. Played out over three time periods, Rory’s quest to uncover and honor the truth of her family’s past has far-reaching effects she could have never imagined.

    Tickets $5-$75 (sliding scale for all): 
    https://soundtheatrecompany.org/2020-season/reparations-play/ 

     

  • THU
    23
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Thursday Jan 23
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • THU
    23
    The Revolutionists @ ArtsWest

    Thursday Jan 23
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest Playhouse & Gallery
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 2/9)

    by Lauren Gunderson
    Directed by Kelly Kitchens

    A quartet of fierce women —Playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, former queen Marie Antoinette, and Haitian rebel Marianne Angelle—lose their heads in this irreverent, girl-powered comedy set during the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror. As this fearless comedy unfolds, The Revolutionists rewrites the book on legacy, art and activism, feminism, compatriots and chosen sisters, and how we  go about changing the world.


    Tickets $42 
    https://www.artswest.org/theatre-plays/the-revolutionists/

     

  • THU
    23
    Dance Nation @ 12th Avenue Arts (Washington Ensemble Theatre)

    Thursday Jan 23
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    12th Avenue Arts
    1620 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 2/3) 

    by Clare Barron
    Directed by Bobbin Ramsey & Alyza DelPan-Monley

    Dance Nation explores the cutthroat world of a preteen competitive dance team. Dance Teacher Pat will bring his army of ferocious youth performers all the way to nationals -- but only if they can harness their immense potential first. This razor-sharp story is a celebration of the unsettling, and at times terrifying, power of young women as they navigate their own monumental ambition, with sparkles, fangs, and intense feminine energy out. 


    Tickets $25 
    http://washingtonensemble.org/season-16-dance-nation/

     

  • THU
    23
    Noises Off @ State Theater (Harlequin Productions)

    Thursday Jan 23
    7:30 pm - 10 pm

    State Theater
    202 4th Ave E, Olympia, WA 98501, USA

    (Thru 2/8) 

    by Michael Frayn
    Directed by Corey McDaniel

    This farce gives a behind-the-scenes peek at an acting troupe rehearsing and performing the comedy Nothing’s On. After barely making it from final dress rehearsal to opening night, things quickly deteriorate during the run, culminating in a closing night disaster that threatens to jinx the old saying, “The show must go on.” 

    Tickets $36
    https://harlequinproductions.org/show/noises-off/

     

  • FRI
    24
    Moderate rain
    55°/49°
  • FRI
    24
    Bohemia @ Triple Door

    Friday Jan 24
    7 pm - 9 pm

    The Triple Door
    216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 1/26)

    by Opal Peachey & Mark Siano

    A freewheeling cabaret about love, classical music, art nouveau, green fairies and absinthe. Set in 1890s Prague, Bohemia combines the music of Dvorák and Chopin, with art by Alphonse Mucha. Historic artists like Sarah Bernhardt and George Sand,  interweave with beautiful green fairies, aerial numbers, dance, burlesque, classical piano battles, comedy, and original songs.


    Tickets start at $22 
    https://tickets.thetripledoor.net/eventperformances.asp?evt=1342

  • FRI
    24
    Reparations @ Langston Hughes (Sound Theatre Company) ($$)

    Friday Jan 24
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
    104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, USA

    (Thru 2/2) 

    by Darren Canady 
    Directed by Jay O'Leary 

    Oklahoma. The near future. A new technology developed to help humans harness the power of their own blood to relive their ancestral history promises to give Rory the chance to hit a major pay-day. Played out over three time periods, Rory’s quest to uncover and honor the truth of her family’s past has far-reaching effects she could have never imagined.

    Tickets $5-$75 (sliding scale for all): 
    https://soundtheatrecompany.org/2020-season/reparations-play/ 

     

  • FRI
    24
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Friday Jan 24
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • FRI
    24
    Eugene Onegin @ McCaw Hall (Seattle Opera)

    Friday Jan 24
    7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

    McCaw Hall
    321 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 1/25)

    by Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky
    Based on the novel by Alexander Pushkin  

    For Tatyana, it’s love at first sight. She stays up all night baring her soul in a passionate letter to Onegin, only to suffer crushing heartbreak the next day. When he finally returns her affections, it’s too late—a rival has appeared. Lush orchestrations, elegant ballroom dances, grand sets, and elaborate period costumes bring 1800s Russia to life in a tale of longing, remorse, and love unfulfilled. 


    Tickets up to $229: 
    https://www.seattleopera.org/on-stage/eugene-onegin/

     

  • FRI
    24
    The Revolutionists @ ArtsWest

    Friday Jan 24
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest Playhouse & Gallery
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 2/9)

    by Lauren Gunderson
    Directed by Kelly Kitchens

    A quartet of fierce women —Playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, former queen Marie Antoinette, and Haitian rebel Marianne Angelle—lose their heads in this irreverent, girl-powered comedy set during the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror. As this fearless comedy unfolds, The Revolutionists rewrites the book on legacy, art and activism, feminism, compatriots and chosen sisters, and how we  go about changing the world.


    Tickets $42 
    https://www.artswest.org/theatre-plays/the-revolutionists/

     

  • FRI
    24
    Dance Nation @ 12th Avenue Arts (Washington Ensemble Theatre)

    Friday Jan 24
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    12th Avenue Arts
    1620 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 2/3) 

    by Clare Barron
    Directed by Bobbin Ramsey & Alyza DelPan-Monley

    Dance Nation explores the cutthroat world of a preteen competitive dance team. Dance Teacher Pat will bring his army of ferocious youth performers all the way to nationals -- but only if they can harness their immense potential first. This razor-sharp story is a celebration of the unsettling, and at times terrifying, power of young women as they navigate their own monumental ambition, with sparkles, fangs, and intense feminine energy out. 


    Tickets $25 
    http://washingtonensemble.org/season-16-dance-nation/

     

  • FRI
    24
    Noises Off @ State Theater (Harlequin Productions)

    Friday Jan 24
    7:30 pm - 10 pm

    State Theater
    202 4th Ave E, Olympia, WA 98501, USA

    (Thru 2/8) 

    by Michael Frayn
    Directed by Corey McDaniel

    This farce gives a behind-the-scenes peek at an acting troupe rehearsing and performing the comedy Nothing’s On. After barely making it from final dress rehearsal to opening night, things quickly deteriorate during the run, culminating in a closing night disaster that threatens to jinx the old saying, “The show must go on.” 

    Tickets $36
    https://harlequinproductions.org/show/noises-off/

     

  • FRI
    24
    Heathers: The Musical @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Friday Jan 24
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Lakewood Playhouse
    5729 Lakewood Towne Center Blvd SW, Lakewood, WA 98499, USA

    (Thru 2/9) 

    by Laurence O'Keefe & Kevin Murphy
    Based on the 1989 film

    Westerberg High is ruled by a shoulder-padded, scrunchie-wearing junta: Heather, Heather, and Heather, the hottest and cruelest girls in all of Ohio. But misfit Veronica Sawyer rejects their evil regime for a new boyfriend, the dark and sexy stranger J.D., who plans to put the Heathers in their place - six feet under.


    Tickets $31 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/our-current-season.html

     

  • FRI
    24
    Bohemia @ Triple Door

    Friday Jan 24
    9:30 pm - 11:30 pm

    The Triple Door
    216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 1/26)

    by Opal Peachey & Mark Siano

    A freewheeling cabaret about love, classical music, art nouveau, green fairies and absinthe. Set in 1890s Prague, Bohemia combines the music of Dvorák and Chopin, with art by Alphonse Mucha. Historic artists like Sarah Bernhardt and George Sand,  interweave with beautiful green fairies, aerial numbers, dance, burlesque, classical piano battles, comedy, and original songs.


    Tickets start at $22 
    https://tickets.thetripledoor.net/eventperformances.asp?evt=1342

  • SAT
    25
    Cloudy skies
    54°/47°
  • SAT
    25
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Saturday Jan 25
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • SAT
    25
    Noises Off @ State Theater (Harlequin Productions)

    Saturday Jan 25
    2 pm - 4:30 pm

    State Theater
    202 4th Ave E, Olympia, WA 98501, USA

    (Thru 2/8) 

    by Michael Frayn
    Directed by Corey McDaniel

    This farce gives a behind-the-scenes peek at an acting troupe rehearsing and performing the comedy Nothing’s On. After barely making it from final dress rehearsal to opening night, things quickly deteriorate during the run, culminating in a closing night disaster that threatens to jinx the old saying, “The show must go on.” 

    Tickets $36
    https://harlequinproductions.org/show/noises-off/

     

  • SAT
    25
    Bohemia @ Triple Door

    Saturday Jan 25
    7 pm - 9 pm

    The Triple Door
    216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 1/26)

    by Opal Peachey & Mark Siano

    A freewheeling cabaret about love, classical music, art nouveau, green fairies and absinthe. Set in 1890s Prague, Bohemia combines the music of Dvorák and Chopin, with art by Alphonse Mucha. Historic artists like Sarah Bernhardt and George Sand,  interweave with beautiful green fairies, aerial numbers, dance, burlesque, classical piano battles, comedy, and original songs.


    Tickets start at $22 
    https://tickets.thetripledoor.net/eventperformances.asp?evt=1342

  • SAT
    25
    Reparations @ Langston Hughes (Sound Theatre Company) ($$)

    Saturday Jan 25
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
    104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, USA

    (Thru 2/2) 

    by Darren Canady 
    Directed by Jay O'Leary 

    Oklahoma. The near future. A new technology developed to help humans harness the power of their own blood to relive their ancestral history promises to give Rory the chance to hit a major pay-day. Played out over three time periods, Rory’s quest to uncover and honor the truth of her family’s past has far-reaching effects she could have never imagined.

    Tickets $5-$75 (sliding scale for all): 
    https://soundtheatrecompany.org/2020-season/reparations-play/ 

     

  • SAT
    25
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Saturday Jan 25
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • SAT
    25
    Eugene Onegin @ McCaw Hall (Seattle Opera)

    Saturday Jan 25
    7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

    McCaw Hall
    321 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 1/25)

    by Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky
    Based on the novel by Alexander Pushkin  

    For Tatyana, it’s love at first sight. She stays up all night baring her soul in a passionate letter to Onegin, only to suffer crushing heartbreak the next day. When he finally returns her affections, it’s too late—a rival has appeared. Lush orchestrations, elegant ballroom dances, grand sets, and elaborate period costumes bring 1800s Russia to life in a tale of longing, remorse, and love unfulfilled. 


    Tickets up to $229: 
    https://www.seattleopera.org/on-stage/eugene-onegin/

     

  • SAT
    25
    The Revolutionists @ ArtsWest

    Saturday Jan 25
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest Playhouse & Gallery
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 2/9)

    by Lauren Gunderson
    Directed by Kelly Kitchens

    A quartet of fierce women —Playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, former queen Marie Antoinette, and Haitian rebel Marianne Angelle—lose their heads in this irreverent, girl-powered comedy set during the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror. As this fearless comedy unfolds, The Revolutionists rewrites the book on legacy, art and activism, feminism, compatriots and chosen sisters, and how we  go about changing the world.


    Tickets $42 
    https://www.artswest.org/theatre-plays/the-revolutionists/

     

  • SAT
    25
    Dance Nation @ 12th Avenue Arts (Washington Ensemble Theatre)

    Saturday Jan 25
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    12th Avenue Arts
    1620 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 2/3) 

    by Clare Barron
    Directed by Bobbin Ramsey & Alyza DelPan-Monley

    Dance Nation explores the cutthroat world of a preteen competitive dance team. Dance Teacher Pat will bring his army of ferocious youth performers all the way to nationals -- but only if they can harness their immense potential first. This razor-sharp story is a celebration of the unsettling, and at times terrifying, power of young women as they navigate their own monumental ambition, with sparkles, fangs, and intense feminine energy out. 


    Tickets $25 
    http://washingtonensemble.org/season-16-dance-nation/

     

  • SAT
    25
    Noises Off @ State Theater (Harlequin Productions)

    Saturday Jan 25
    7:30 pm - 10 pm

    State Theater
    202 4th Ave E, Olympia, WA 98501, USA

    (Thru 2/8) 

    by Michael Frayn
    Directed by Corey McDaniel

    This farce gives a behind-the-scenes peek at an acting troupe rehearsing and performing the comedy Nothing’s On. After barely making it from final dress rehearsal to opening night, things quickly deteriorate during the run, culminating in a closing night disaster that threatens to jinx the old saying, “The show must go on.” 

    Tickets $36
    https://harlequinproductions.org/show/noises-off/

     

  • SAT
    25
    Heathers: The Musical @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Saturday Jan 25
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Lakewood Playhouse
    5729 Lakewood Towne Center Blvd SW, Lakewood, WA 98499, USA

    (Thru 2/9) 

    by Laurence O'Keefe & Kevin Murphy
    Based on the 1989 film

    Westerberg High is ruled by a shoulder-padded, scrunchie-wearing junta: Heather, Heather, and Heather, the hottest and cruelest girls in all of Ohio. But misfit Veronica Sawyer rejects their evil regime for a new boyfriend, the dark and sexy stranger J.D., who plans to put the Heathers in their place - six feet under.


    Tickets $31 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/our-current-season.html

     

  • SAT
    25
    Bohemia @ Triple Door

    Saturday Jan 25
    9:30 pm - 11:30 pm

    The Triple Door
    216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 1/26)

    by Opal Peachey & Mark Siano

    A freewheeling cabaret about love, classical music, art nouveau, green fairies and absinthe. Set in 1890s Prague, Bohemia combines the music of Dvorák and Chopin, with art by Alphonse Mucha. Historic artists like Sarah Bernhardt and George Sand,  interweave with beautiful green fairies, aerial numbers, dance, burlesque, classical piano battles, comedy, and original songs.


    Tickets start at $22 
    https://tickets.thetripledoor.net/eventperformances.asp?evt=1342

  • SUN
    26
    Overcast skies
    54°/45°
  • SUN
    26
    Reparations @ Langston Hughes (Sound Theatre Company) ($$)

    Sunday Jan 26
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
    104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, USA

    (Thru 2/2) 

    by Darren Canady 
    Directed by Jay O'Leary 

    Oklahoma. The near future. A new technology developed to help humans harness the power of their own blood to relive their ancestral history promises to give Rory the chance to hit a major pay-day. Played out over three time periods, Rory’s quest to uncover and honor the truth of her family’s past has far-reaching effects she could have never imagined.

    Tickets $5-$75 (sliding scale for all): 
    https://soundtheatrecompany.org/2020-season/reparations-play/ 

     

  • SUN
    26
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Sunday Jan 26
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • SUN
    26
    Noises Off @ State Theater (Harlequin Productions)

    Sunday Jan 26
    2 pm - 4:30 pm

    State Theater
    202 4th Ave E, Olympia, WA 98501, USA

    (Thru 2/8) 

    by Michael Frayn
    Directed by Corey McDaniel

    This farce gives a behind-the-scenes peek at an acting troupe rehearsing and performing the comedy Nothing’s On. After barely making it from final dress rehearsal to opening night, things quickly deteriorate during the run, culminating in a closing night disaster that threatens to jinx the old saying, “The show must go on.” 

    Tickets $36
    https://harlequinproductions.org/show/noises-off/

     

  • SUN
    26
    Heathers: The Musical @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Sunday Jan 26
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Lakewood Playhouse
    5729 Lakewood Towne Center Blvd SW, Lakewood, WA 98499, USA

    (Thru 2/9) 

    by Laurence O'Keefe & Kevin Murphy
    Based on the 1989 film

    Westerberg High is ruled by a shoulder-padded, scrunchie-wearing junta: Heather, Heather, and Heather, the hottest and cruelest girls in all of Ohio. But misfit Veronica Sawyer rejects their evil regime for a new boyfriend, the dark and sexy stranger J.D., who plans to put the Heathers in their place - six feet under.


    Tickets $31 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/our-current-season.html

     

  • SUN
    26
    The Revolutionists @ ArtsWest

    Sunday Jan 26
    3 pm - 5 pm

    ArtsWest Playhouse & Gallery
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 2/9)

    by Lauren Gunderson
    Directed by Kelly Kitchens

    A quartet of fierce women —Playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, former queen Marie Antoinette, and Haitian rebel Marianne Angelle—lose their heads in this irreverent, girl-powered comedy set during the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror. As this fearless comedy unfolds, The Revolutionists rewrites the book on legacy, art and activism, feminism, compatriots and chosen sisters, and how we  go about changing the world.


    Tickets $42 
    https://www.artswest.org/theatre-plays/the-revolutionists/

     

  • SUN
    26
    Bohemia @ Triple Door

    Sunday Jan 26
    5 pm - 7 pm

    The Triple Door
    216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 1/26)

    by Opal Peachey & Mark Siano

    A freewheeling cabaret about love, classical music, art nouveau, green fairies and absinthe. Set in 1890s Prague, Bohemia combines the music of Dvorák and Chopin, with art by Alphonse Mucha. Historic artists like Sarah Bernhardt and George Sand,  interweave with beautiful green fairies, aerial numbers, dance, burlesque, classical piano battles, comedy, and original songs.


    Tickets start at $22 
    https://tickets.thetripledoor.net/eventperformances.asp?evt=1342

  • SUN
    26
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Sunday Jan 26
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • SUN
    26
    Dance Nation @ 12th Avenue Arts (Washington Ensemble Theatre)

    Sunday Jan 26
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    12th Avenue Arts
    1620 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 2/3) 

    by Clare Barron
    Directed by Bobbin Ramsey & Alyza DelPan-Monley

    Dance Nation explores the cutthroat world of a preteen competitive dance team. Dance Teacher Pat will bring his army of ferocious youth performers all the way to nationals -- but only if they can harness their immense potential first. This razor-sharp story is a celebration of the unsettling, and at times terrifying, power of young women as they navigate their own monumental ambition, with sparkles, fangs, and intense feminine energy out. 


    Tickets $25 
    http://washingtonensemble.org/season-16-dance-nation/

     

  • MON
    27
    Light drizzle
    49°/46°
  • MON
    27
    The Magic Hat @ Rendezvous

    Monday Jan 27
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Rendezvous - The Grotto (downtstairs)
    2322 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, USA

    (Ongoing series) 

    The Magic Hat Presented by Emmett Montgomery and Friends 

    Q: What is the Magic Hat?   

    A: Five brilliant humans(?) are invited to share. These humans range from talented newcomers showcasing their best in a ten minute spot to veteran performers stretching their legs with something wonderful. Performers include storytellers, stand up comics, sketch performers, characters and more. There are also five 5 minute lottery spots that are drawn throughout the show. 

    Q: Is it an open mic? 

    A: Not at all. It is a friendship machine that will make the world a better place. The lottery spots are there to create unexpected wonderfulness. Hopefully people will put their names in the hat because they have something special to share.     

    Event is 21+

    Tickets $5 at door; info here:
    https://www.therendezvous.rocks/event/the-magic-hat-presented-by-emmett-montgomery-and-friends-2018-12-17-2019-01-07/all/

     

  • MON
    27
    Dance Nation @ 12th Avenue Arts (Washington Ensemble Theatre)

    Monday Jan 27
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    12th Avenue Arts
    1620 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 2/3) 

    by Clare Barron
    Directed by Bobbin Ramsey & Alyza DelPan-Monley

    Dance Nation explores the cutthroat world of a preteen competitive dance team. Dance Teacher Pat will bring his army of ferocious youth performers all the way to nationals -- but only if they can harness their immense potential first. This razor-sharp story is a celebration of the unsettling, and at times terrifying, power of young women as they navigate their own monumental ambition, with sparkles, fangs, and intense feminine energy out. 


    Tickets $25 
    http://washingtonensemble.org/season-16-dance-nation/

     

  • WED
    29
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Wednesday Jan 29
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • WED
    29
    Joketellers Union Comedy Showcase @ Clock-Out Lounge

    Wednesday Jan 29
    8:30 pm - 10:30 pm

    Clock-Out Lounge
    4864 Beacon Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA

    (Ongoing series)

    A weekly comedy show produced by Brett Hamil and Emmett Montgomery featuring a lineup of invited local and visiting comics, plus special guests with surprising talents.

    Pro-tip: order drinks at the bar & Seattle's best pizza (at Breezy Town Pizza) under the neon pizza slice next to the stage. Show starts around 9. 

    Tickets $7 online or at the door. Info here:
    https://www.facebook.com/events/2395760763976285/

     

  • THU
    30
    Reparations @ Langston Hughes (Sound Theatre Company) ($$)

    Thursday Jan 30
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
    104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, USA

    (Thru 2/2) 

    by Darren Canady 
    Directed by Jay O'Leary 

    Oklahoma. The near future. A new technology developed to help humans harness the power of their own blood to relive their ancestral history promises to give Rory the chance to hit a major pay-day. Played out over three time periods, Rory’s quest to uncover and honor the truth of her family’s past has far-reaching effects she could have never imagined.

    Tickets $5-$75 (sliding scale for all): 
    https://soundtheatrecompany.org/2020-season/reparations-play/ 

     

  • THU
    30
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Thursday Jan 30
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • THU
    30
    The Revolutionists @ ArtsWest

    Thursday Jan 30
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest Playhouse & Gallery
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 2/9)

    by Lauren Gunderson
    Directed by Kelly Kitchens

    A quartet of fierce women —Playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, former queen Marie Antoinette, and Haitian rebel Marianne Angelle—lose their heads in this irreverent, girl-powered comedy set during the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror. As this fearless comedy unfolds, The Revolutionists rewrites the book on legacy, art and activism, feminism, compatriots and chosen sisters, and how we  go about changing the world.


    Tickets $42 
    https://www.artswest.org/theatre-plays/the-revolutionists/

     

  • THU
    30
    Dance Nation @ 12th Avenue Arts (Washington Ensemble Theatre)

    Thursday Jan 30
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    12th Avenue Arts
    1620 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 2/3) 

    by Clare Barron
    Directed by Bobbin Ramsey & Alyza DelPan-Monley

    Dance Nation explores the cutthroat world of a preteen competitive dance team. Dance Teacher Pat will bring his army of ferocious youth performers all the way to nationals -- but only if they can harness their immense potential first. This razor-sharp story is a celebration of the unsettling, and at times terrifying, power of young women as they navigate their own monumental ambition, with sparkles, fangs, and intense feminine energy out. 


    Tickets $25 
    http://washingtonensemble.org/season-16-dance-nation/

     

  • THU
    30
    Noises Off @ State Theater (Harlequin Productions)

    Thursday Jan 30
    7:30 pm - 10 pm

    State Theater
    202 4th Ave E, Olympia, WA 98501, USA

    (Thru 2/8) 

    by Michael Frayn
    Directed by Corey McDaniel

    This farce gives a behind-the-scenes peek at an acting troupe rehearsing and performing the comedy Nothing’s On. After barely making it from final dress rehearsal to opening night, things quickly deteriorate during the run, culminating in a closing night disaster that threatens to jinx the old saying, “The show must go on.” 

    Tickets $36
    https://harlequinproductions.org/show/noises-off/

     

  • FRI
    31
    Reparations @ Langston Hughes (Sound Theatre Company) ($$)

    Friday Jan 31
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
    104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144, USA

    (Thru 2/2) 

    by Darren Canady 
    Directed by Jay O'Leary 

    Oklahoma. The near future. A new technology developed to help humans harness the power of their own blood to relive their ancestral history promises to give Rory the chance to hit a major pay-day. Played out over three time periods, Rory’s quest to uncover and honor the truth of her family’s past has far-reaching effects she could have never imagined.

    Tickets $5-$75 (sliding scale for all): 
    https://soundtheatrecompany.org/2020-season/reparations-play/ 

     

  • FRI
    31
    The Rivals @ Center Theatre (Seattle Shakespeare Company)

    Friday Jan 31
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre (Seattle Center Armory, lower level)
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 2/2)

    by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
    Directed by George Mount

    Romance novels have given young (and wealthy!) Lydia Languish some ridiculous notions, and she insists on marrying a poor man for the sake of true love. Hoping to woo the young woman, Captain Jack Absolute pretends to be a poor army officer. Aiding and thwarting Jack’s pursuit are a collection of comic characters including his crusty and cranky father, Sir Anthony, Lydia’s meddling and misspoken aunt, Mrs. Malaprop, and a pair of adversaries: the jovial Bob Acres and the salty Sir Lucius O’Trigger. Will romance spark in the midst of hilarious circumstances and mistaken identities?

    Tickets $50 
    https://www.seattleshakespeare.org/shows/the-rivals-2020/

     

  • FRI
    31
    The Revolutionists @ ArtsWest

    Friday Jan 31
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest Playhouse & Gallery
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 2/9)

    by Lauren Gunderson
    Directed by Kelly Kitchens

    A quartet of fierce women —Playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, former queen Marie Antoinette, and Haitian rebel Marianne Angelle—lose their heads in this irreverent, girl-powered comedy set during the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror. As this fearless comedy unfolds, The Revolutionists rewrites the book on legacy, art and activism, feminism, compatriots and chosen sisters, and how we  go about changing the world.


    Tickets $42 
    https://www.artswest.org/theatre-plays/the-revolutionists/

     

  • FRI
    31
    Dance Nation @ 12th Avenue Arts (Washington Ensemble Theatre)

    Friday Jan 31
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    12th Avenue Arts
    1620 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 2/3) 

    by Clare Barron
    Directed by Bobbin Ramsey & Alyza DelPan-Monley

    Dance Nation explores the cutthroat world of a preteen competitive dance team. Dance Teacher Pat will bring his army of ferocious youth performers all the way to nationals -- but only if they can harness their immense potential first. This razor-sharp story is a celebration of the unsettling, and at times terrifying, power of young women as they navigate their own monumental ambition, with sparkles, fangs, and intense feminine energy out. 


    Tickets $25 
    http://washingtonensemble.org/season-16-dance-nation/

     

  • FRI
    31
    Noises Off @ State Theater (Harlequin Productions)

    Friday Jan 31
    7:30 pm - 10 pm

    State Theater
    202 4th Ave E, Olympia, WA 98501, USA

    (Thru 2/8) 

    by Michael Frayn
    Directed by Corey McDaniel

    This farce gives a behind-the-scenes peek at an acting troupe rehearsing and performing the comedy Nothing’s On. After barely making it from final dress rehearsal to opening night, things quickly deteriorate during the run, culminating in a closing night disaster that threatens to jinx the old saying, “The show must go on.” 

    Tickets $36
    https://harlequinproductions.org/show/noises-off/

     

  • FRI
    31
    Heathers: The Musical @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Friday Jan 31
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Lakewood Playhouse
    5729 Lakewood Towne Center Blvd SW, Lakewood, WA 98499, USA

    (Thru 2/9) 

    by Laurence O'Keefe & Kevin Murphy
    Based on the 1989 film

    Westerberg High is ruled by a shoulder-padded, scrunchie-wearing junta: Heather, Heather, and Heather, the hottest and cruelest girls in all of Ohio. But misfit Veronica Sawyer rejects their evil regime for a new boyfriend, the dark and sexy stranger J.D., who plans to put the Heathers in their place - six feet under.


    Tickets $31 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/our-current-season.html

     

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