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  • FRI
    1
    Angels in America: Part I @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Friday Mar 1
    7 pm - 10 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the first part of Tony Kushner's epic, set in 1980's New York City, a gay man is abandoned by his lover when he contracts the AIDS virus, and a closeted Mormon lawyer's marriage to his pill-popping wife stalls. Other characters include the infamous McCarthy-ite lawyer Roy Cohn, Ethel Rosenberg, a former drag queen who works as a nurse, and… yes… an angel.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • FRI
    1
    The Devil & Sarah Blackwater @ Annex

    Friday Mar 1
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Annex Theatre
    1100 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    by Anthea Carns
    Music & Lyrics by Lauren Freman
    Directed by Madison Jade Jones and Sam Ro

    Singer-songwriter Sarah Blackwater’s tour is rudely interrupted when the Devil comes calling about a debt: The eternal soul of her partner, Sam. With love as her only compass, Sarah goes through hell and back, to discover what’s really worth holding onto.

    Tickets $10-$40 (sliding scale) 
    http://www.annextheatre.org/2019-season/the-devil-and-sarah-blackwater/

     

  • FRI
    1
    American Junkie @ Center Theatre (Book-It Rep)

    Friday Mar 1
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre - Seattle Center Armory
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/10) 

    by Tom Hansen
    Adapted by Jane Jones & Kevin McKeon
    Directed by Jane Jones

    Hansen deftly balances a raw story about the path that leads to self-destruction with wry humor and hope. This tight, fast-paced ride through Seattle’s grunge-era music scene looks at the man behind the addiction and takes a hard look at the power heroin and other opioids have on people’s lives. 

    CAST
    Jesica Avellone as Mom/CJ/Sasha/Ensemble
    Ian Bond as Tom Hansen
    Hazel Rose Gibson as Gisele/Gretchen/Ensemble
    Tim Gouran as Cody/Psychiatrist/Timmy/Ensemble
    Brian Gunter* as Dad/Sverre/Johnny/Ensemble
    Marco Adiak Voli as Scotty/Greg/Margarita/Ensemble

    Show contains strobe effects, haze, and content involving strong language, sex, and drug use.

    Tickets up to $50 
    https://book-it.secure.force.com/ticket/

    Discount ticket information: 
    Day-of: $20 for TPS/AEA at the box office
    30 minutes before curtain: $10 rush (cash only, please) 

     

  • FRI
    1
    The Clean House @ Kenmore CC (As If Theatre)

    Friday Mar 1
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Kenmore Community Club
    7304 NE 175th St, Kenmore, WA 98028, USA

    (Thru 3/3) 

    by Sarah Ruhl
    Directed by Carissa Smit

    From the acclaimed writer of In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play) comes this award-winning celebration of the solidarity, practicality and emotional resilience of women.

    Lane, a doctor, values order in every aspect of her life  her career, her house, her emotions, her relationships. Her live-in Brazilian maid Matilde finds cleaning makes her sad and yearns to be a stand-up comedian; while Lanes sister Virginia finds solace in cleaning and secretly takes over Matilde's duties. When Lanes husband, a surgeon, falls in love with a terminally-ill patient, everything that was clean and tidy for Lane is thrown into disarray, and she must turn to the women in her life to help sort out the mess.

    Blending whimsical humor with wisdom and compassion, this romantic comedy about love, sex, death  and finding the perfect joke  proves that shared laughter can heal almost anything.


    Tickets $25 
    https://asif.brownpapertickets.com/

     

  • FRI
    1
    Agnes of God @ Dukesbay Theater (Tacoma)

    Friday Mar 1
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Dukesbay Theater
    508 S 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402, USA

    (Thru 3/17)

    by John Pielmeier
    Directed by Nyree Martinez 

    Agnes of God tells the story of a novice nun who gives birth to a baby who is found strangled to death. Sister Agnes insists that the child was the result of a virgin conception and claims no memory of the birth. A court-appointed psychiatrist and the mother superior of the convent clash during the resulting investigation.

    So many questioned unanswered. So many things that cannot be explained. Was this murder or a miracle?

    Featuring Laurie Sifford as Mother Miriam Ruth, Maria Valenzuela as Dr. Livingstone and Cecilia Lewis as the novice Agnes. 


    Tickets $15: 
    https://dukesbayagnes.brownpapertickets.com/

     

  • FRI
    1
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Friday Mar 1
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • FRI
    1
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Friday Mar 1
    8 pm - 10 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • FRI
    1
    Visiting Cezanne @ Burien Actors Theatre (Burien)

    Friday Mar 1
    8 pm - 10:30 pm

    Burien Actors Theatre
    14501 4th Ave SW, Burien, WA 98166, USA

    (Thru 3/10)

    by Duane Kelly
    Directed by Marc Moser

    Unknown painter Nora Baker visits the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2016. Through the magic in a paintbrush, Nora is whisked back to 1900 France and the studio of artist Paul Cezanne, who didn’t really achieve fame until after he died. Cezanne and Nora end up exploring what it is that keeps an artist going when it all seems pointless. Will this magical meeting change history and their artistic careers? See what happens while Visiting Cezanne.


    Tickets $20 
    https://burienactorstheatre.org/shows/current-season

  • SAT
    2
    American Junkie @ Center Theatre (Book-It Rep)

    Saturday Mar 2
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Center Theatre - Seattle Center Armory
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/10) 

    by Tom Hansen
    Adapted by Jane Jones & Kevin McKeon
    Directed by Jane Jones

    Hansen deftly balances a raw story about the path that leads to self-destruction with wry humor and hope. This tight, fast-paced ride through Seattle’s grunge-era music scene looks at the man behind the addiction and takes a hard look at the power heroin and other opioids have on people’s lives. 

    CAST
    Jesica Avellone as Mom/CJ/Sasha/Ensemble
    Ian Bond as Tom Hansen
    Hazel Rose Gibson as Gisele/Gretchen/Ensemble
    Tim Gouran as Cody/Psychiatrist/Timmy/Ensemble
    Brian Gunter* as Dad/Sverre/Johnny/Ensemble
    Marco Adiak Voli as Scotty/Greg/Margarita/Ensemble

    Show contains strobe effects, haze, and content involving strong language, sex, and drug use.

    Tickets up to $50 
    https://book-it.secure.force.com/ticket/

    Discount ticket information: 
    Day-of: $20 for TPS/AEA at the box office
    30 minutes before curtain: $10 rush (cash only, please) 

     

  • SAT
    2
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Saturday Mar 2
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • SAT
    2
    Angels in America: Part I @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Saturday Mar 2
    7 pm - 10 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the first part of Tony Kushner's epic, set in 1980's New York City, a gay man is abandoned by his lover when he contracts the AIDS virus, and a closeted Mormon lawyer's marriage to his pill-popping wife stalls. Other characters include the infamous McCarthy-ite lawyer Roy Cohn, Ethel Rosenberg, a former drag queen who works as a nurse, and… yes… an angel.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • SAT
    2
    The Devil & Sarah Blackwater @ Annex

    Saturday Mar 2
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Annex Theatre
    1100 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    by Anthea Carns
    Music & Lyrics by Lauren Freman
    Directed by Madison Jade Jones and Sam Ro

    Singer-songwriter Sarah Blackwater’s tour is rudely interrupted when the Devil comes calling about a debt: The eternal soul of her partner, Sam. With love as her only compass, Sarah goes through hell and back, to discover what’s really worth holding onto.

    Tickets $10-$40 (sliding scale) 
    http://www.annextheatre.org/2019-season/the-devil-and-sarah-blackwater/

     

  • SAT
    2
    American Junkie @ Center Theatre (Book-It Rep)

    Saturday Mar 2
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre - Seattle Center Armory
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/10) 

    by Tom Hansen
    Adapted by Jane Jones & Kevin McKeon
    Directed by Jane Jones

    Hansen deftly balances a raw story about the path that leads to self-destruction with wry humor and hope. This tight, fast-paced ride through Seattle’s grunge-era music scene looks at the man behind the addiction and takes a hard look at the power heroin and other opioids have on people’s lives. 

    CAST
    Jesica Avellone as Mom/CJ/Sasha/Ensemble
    Ian Bond as Tom Hansen
    Hazel Rose Gibson as Gisele/Gretchen/Ensemble
    Tim Gouran as Cody/Psychiatrist/Timmy/Ensemble
    Brian Gunter* as Dad/Sverre/Johnny/Ensemble
    Marco Adiak Voli as Scotty/Greg/Margarita/Ensemble

    Show contains strobe effects, haze, and content involving strong language, sex, and drug use.

    Tickets up to $50 
    https://book-it.secure.force.com/ticket/

    Discount ticket information: 
    Day-of: $20 for TPS/AEA at the box office
    30 minutes before curtain: $10 rush (cash only, please) 

     

  • SAT
    2
    The Clean House @ Kenmore CC (As If Theatre)

    Saturday Mar 2
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Kenmore Community Club
    7304 NE 175th St, Kenmore, WA 98028, USA

    (Thru 3/3) 

    by Sarah Ruhl
    Directed by Carissa Smit

    From the acclaimed writer of In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play) comes this award-winning celebration of the solidarity, practicality and emotional resilience of women.

    Lane, a doctor, values order in every aspect of her life  her career, her house, her emotions, her relationships. Her live-in Brazilian maid Matilde finds cleaning makes her sad and yearns to be a stand-up comedian; while Lanes sister Virginia finds solace in cleaning and secretly takes over Matilde's duties. When Lanes husband, a surgeon, falls in love with a terminally-ill patient, everything that was clean and tidy for Lane is thrown into disarray, and she must turn to the women in her life to help sort out the mess.

    Blending whimsical humor with wisdom and compassion, this romantic comedy about love, sex, death  and finding the perfect joke  proves that shared laughter can heal almost anything.


    Tickets $25 
    https://asif.brownpapertickets.com/

     

  • SAT
    2
    Ailey II @ Pantages (Tacoma)

    Saturday Mar 2
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Pantages Theater
    901 Broadway, Tacoma, WA 98402, USA

    (Thru 3/3) 

    Ailey II is universally renowned for merging the spirit and energy of the country’s best young dance talent with the passion and creative vision of today’s most outstanding emerging choreographers.

    Founded in 1974 as the Alvin Ailey Repertory Ensemble, the company embodies the mission to establish an extended cultural community that provides dance performances, training, and community programs for all people. Under the direction of Sylvia Waters from 1974 to 2012, Ailey II flourished into one of the most popular modern dance companies, combining a rigorous touring schedule with extensive community outreach programs. With Artistic Director Troy Powell at the helm, Ailey II thrives as he offers a fresh dimension. 


    Tickets up to $69 
    https://www.tacomaartslive.org/events/calendar/eventdetail/806/-/ailey-ii

     

  • SAT
    2
    Agnes of God @ Dukesbay Theater (Tacoma)

    Saturday Mar 2
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Dukesbay Theater
    508 S 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402, USA

    (Thru 3/17)

    by John Pielmeier
    Directed by Nyree Martinez 

    Agnes of God tells the story of a novice nun who gives birth to a baby who is found strangled to death. Sister Agnes insists that the child was the result of a virgin conception and claims no memory of the birth. A court-appointed psychiatrist and the mother superior of the convent clash during the resulting investigation.

    So many questioned unanswered. So many things that cannot be explained. Was this murder or a miracle?

    Featuring Laurie Sifford as Mother Miriam Ruth, Maria Valenzuela as Dr. Livingstone and Cecilia Lewis as the novice Agnes. 


    Tickets $15: 
    https://dukesbayagnes.brownpapertickets.com/

     

  • SAT
    2
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Saturday Mar 2
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • SAT
    2
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Saturday Mar 2
    8 pm - 10 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SAT
    2
    Visiting Cezanne @ Burien Actors Theatre (Burien)

    Saturday Mar 2
    8 pm - 10:30 pm

    Burien Actors Theatre
    14501 4th Ave SW, Burien, WA 98166, USA

    (Thru 3/10)

    by Duane Kelly
    Directed by Marc Moser

    Unknown painter Nora Baker visits the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2016. Through the magic in a paintbrush, Nora is whisked back to 1900 France and the studio of artist Paul Cezanne, who didn’t really achieve fame until after he died. Cezanne and Nora end up exploring what it is that keeps an artist going when it all seems pointless. Will this magical meeting change history and their artistic careers? See what happens while Visiting Cezanne.


    Tickets $20 
    https://burienactorstheatre.org/shows/current-season

  • SUN
    3
    American Junkie @ Center Theatre (Book-It Rep)

    Sunday Mar 3
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Center Theatre - Seattle Center Armory
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/10) 

    by Tom Hansen
    Adapted by Jane Jones & Kevin McKeon
    Directed by Jane Jones

    Hansen deftly balances a raw story about the path that leads to self-destruction with wry humor and hope. This tight, fast-paced ride through Seattle’s grunge-era music scene looks at the man behind the addiction and takes a hard look at the power heroin and other opioids have on people’s lives. 

    CAST
    Jesica Avellone as Mom/CJ/Sasha/Ensemble
    Ian Bond as Tom Hansen
    Hazel Rose Gibson as Gisele/Gretchen/Ensemble
    Tim Gouran as Cody/Psychiatrist/Timmy/Ensemble
    Brian Gunter* as Dad/Sverre/Johnny/Ensemble
    Marco Adiak Voli as Scotty/Greg/Margarita/Ensemble

    Show contains strobe effects, haze, and content involving strong language, sex, and drug use.

    Tickets up to $50 
    https://book-it.secure.force.com/ticket/

    Discount ticket information: 
    Day-of: $20 for TPS/AEA at the box office
    30 minutes before curtain: $10 rush (cash only, please) 

     

  • SUN
    3
    Angels in America: Part I @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Sunday Mar 3
    2 pm - 5 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the first part of Tony Kushner's epic, set in 1980's New York City, a gay man is abandoned by his lover when he contracts the AIDS virus, and a closeted Mormon lawyer's marriage to his pill-popping wife stalls. Other characters include the infamous McCarthy-ite lawyer Roy Cohn, Ethel Rosenberg, a former drag queen who works as a nurse, and… yes… an angel.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • SUN
    3
    Agnes of God @ Dukesbay Theater (Tacoma)

    Sunday Mar 3
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Dukesbay Theater
    508 S 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402, USA

    (Thru 3/17)

    by John Pielmeier
    Directed by Nyree Martinez 

    Agnes of God tells the story of a novice nun who gives birth to a baby who is found strangled to death. Sister Agnes insists that the child was the result of a virgin conception and claims no memory of the birth. A court-appointed psychiatrist and the mother superior of the convent clash during the resulting investigation.

    So many questioned unanswered. So many things that cannot be explained. Was this murder or a miracle?

    Featuring Laurie Sifford as Mother Miriam Ruth, Maria Valenzuela as Dr. Livingstone and Cecilia Lewis as the novice Agnes. 


    Tickets $15: 
    https://dukesbayagnes.brownpapertickets.com/

     

  • SUN
    3
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Sunday Mar 3
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • SUN
    3
    Visiting Cezanne @ Burien Actors Theatre (Burien)

    Sunday Mar 3
    2 pm - 4:30 pm

    Burien Actors Theatre
    14501 4th Ave SW, Burien, WA 98166, USA

    (Thru 3/10)

    by Duane Kelly
    Directed by Marc Moser

    Unknown painter Nora Baker visits the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2016. Through the magic in a paintbrush, Nora is whisked back to 1900 France and the studio of artist Paul Cezanne, who didn’t really achieve fame until after he died. Cezanne and Nora end up exploring what it is that keeps an artist going when it all seems pointless. Will this magical meeting change history and their artistic careers? See what happens while Visiting Cezanne.


    Tickets $20 
    https://burienactorstheatre.org/shows/current-season

  • SUN
    3
    Ailey II @ Pantages (Tacoma)

    Sunday Mar 3
    3 pm - 5 pm

    Pantages Theater
    901 Broadway, Tacoma, WA 98402, USA

    (Thru 3/3) 

    Ailey II is universally renowned for merging the spirit and energy of the country’s best young dance talent with the passion and creative vision of today’s most outstanding emerging choreographers.

    Founded in 1974 as the Alvin Ailey Repertory Ensemble, the company embodies the mission to establish an extended cultural community that provides dance performances, training, and community programs for all people. Under the direction of Sylvia Waters from 1974 to 2012, Ailey II flourished into one of the most popular modern dance companies, combining a rigorous touring schedule with extensive community outreach programs. With Artistic Director Troy Powell at the helm, Ailey II thrives as he offers a fresh dimension. 


    Tickets up to $69 
    https://www.tacomaartslive.org/events/calendar/eventdetail/806/-/ailey-ii

     

  • SUN
    3
    The Clean House @ Kenmore CC (As If Theatre)

    Sunday Mar 3
    5 pm - 7 pm

    Kenmore Community Club
    7304 NE 175th St, Kenmore, WA 98028, USA

    (Thru 3/3) 

    by Sarah Ruhl
    Directed by Carissa Smit

    From the acclaimed writer of In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play) comes this award-winning celebration of the solidarity, practicality and emotional resilience of women.

    Lane, a doctor, values order in every aspect of her life  her career, her house, her emotions, her relationships. Her live-in Brazilian maid Matilde finds cleaning makes her sad and yearns to be a stand-up comedian; while Lanes sister Virginia finds solace in cleaning and secretly takes over Matilde's duties. When Lanes husband, a surgeon, falls in love with a terminally-ill patient, everything that was clean and tidy for Lane is thrown into disarray, and she must turn to the women in her life to help sort out the mess.

    Blending whimsical humor with wisdom and compassion, this romantic comedy about love, sex, death  and finding the perfect joke  proves that shared laughter can heal almost anything.


    Tickets $25 
    https://asif.brownpapertickets.com/

     

  • SUN
    3
    Angels in America: Part II @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Sunday Mar 3
    7 pm - 10 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the second part of Tony Kushner's epic, the plague of AIDS worsens, relationships fall apart as new, and unexpected friendships, take form.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • SUN
    3
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Sunday Mar 3
    7 pm - 9 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SUN
    3
    Weird & Awesome with Emmett Montgomery @ Annex

    Sunday Mar 3
    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
    3
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Sunday Mar 3
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • MON
    4
    We Go Mad: Distillery Series @ West of Lenin (Macha) ($)

    Monday Mar 4
    7 pm - 9 pm

    West of Lenin
    203 N 36th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (One night only) 

    Conceived & directed by Amy Escobar 

    We Go Mad examines the body as a haunted location, weaving a tale the draws from gothic romance, horror, and ghost stories to unravel inheritance, ancestral trauma, and all those shapes that shift and live on and on. Using puppetry techniques like shadow play, modified bunraku and object manipulation the playwright intends to externalize internal conflicts and articulate a felt experience as we follow our protagonist through her mother’s house of madness and her father’s house of bones.

    Distillery, Macha Theatre Works' New Work Reading Series, is held 1st Mondays. The reading begins at 7:00P, followed by a discussion with the cast and playwright. This is a free event, no tickets needed.

    Info here:
    https://www.machatheatreworks.com/distillery-about/

     

  • TUE
    5
    The Wolves @ Roosevelt HS

    Tuesday Mar 5
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Roosevelt High School Theatre
    1410 NE 66th St, Seattle, WA 98115, USA

    (Thru 3/9) 

    by Sarah DeLappe 

    Left quad. Right quad. Lunge. A girls indoor soccer team warms up. From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, the team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors. A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine American girls who just want to score some goals.

    Directions: from the main parking lot, enter through the Commons doors and the Theater is straight ahead.

    Tickets $10
    https://rhstheatre.booktix.com/view/27/a3a2524e144b1bf5/

     

  • TUE
    5
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman) ($$)

    Tuesday Mar 5
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    Preview performance 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Preview tickets $5 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • TUE
    5
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Tuesday Mar 5
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets  
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • TUE
    5
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Tuesday Mar 5
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • WED
    6
    The Wolves @ Roosevelt HS

    Wednesday Mar 6
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Roosevelt High School Theatre
    1410 NE 66th St, Seattle, WA 98115, USA

    (Thru 3/9) 

    by Sarah DeLappe 

    Left quad. Right quad. Lunge. A girls indoor soccer team warms up. From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, the team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors. A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine American girls who just want to score some goals.

    Directions: from the main parking lot, enter through the Commons doors and the Theater is straight ahead.

    Tickets $10
    https://rhstheatre.booktix.com/view/27/a3a2524e144b1bf5/

     

  • WED
    6
    Angels in America: Part I @ Lakewood Playhouse ($$)

    Wednesday Mar 6
    7 pm - 10 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    PWYC performance 

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the first part of Tony Kushner's epic, set in 1980's New York City, a gay man is abandoned by his lover when he contracts the AIDS virus, and a closeted Mormon lawyer's marriage to his pill-popping wife stalls. Other characters include the infamous McCarthy-ite lawyer Roy Cohn, Ethel Rosenberg, a former drag queen who works as a nurse, and… yes… an angel.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • WED
    6
    American Junkie @ Center Theatre (Book-It Rep)

    Wednesday Mar 6
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre - Seattle Center Armory
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/10) 

    by Tom Hansen
    Adapted by Jane Jones & Kevin McKeon
    Directed by Jane Jones

    Hansen deftly balances a raw story about the path that leads to self-destruction with wry humor and hope. This tight, fast-paced ride through Seattle’s grunge-era music scene looks at the man behind the addiction and takes a hard look at the power heroin and other opioids have on people’s lives. 

    CAST
    Jesica Avellone as Mom/CJ/Sasha/Ensemble
    Ian Bond as Tom Hansen
    Hazel Rose Gibson as Gisele/Gretchen/Ensemble
    Tim Gouran as Cody/Psychiatrist/Timmy/Ensemble
    Brian Gunter* as Dad/Sverre/Johnny/Ensemble
    Marco Adiak Voli as Scotty/Greg/Margarita/Ensemble

    Show contains strobe effects, haze, and content involving strong language, sex, and drug use.

    Tickets up to $50 
    https://book-it.secure.force.com/ticket/

    Discount ticket information: 
    Day-of: $20 for TPS/AEA at the box office
    30 minutes before curtain: $10 rush (cash only, please) 

     

  • WED
    6
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman) ($$)

    Wednesday Mar 6
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    Preview performance 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Preview tickets $5 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • WED
    6
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Wednesday Mar 6
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets  
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • WED
    6
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Wednesday Mar 6
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • WED
    6
    Sheathed @ Theatre Off Jackson (Macha) ($$)

    Wednesday Mar 6
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Theatre Off Jackson
    409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    PWYC preview performance 

    by Maggie Lee
    Directed by Amy Poisson 

    Sheathed is a tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness. Sheathed combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    In the aftermath of a devastating war between clans, two swordswomen try to find their way forward in this strange new world of peace: one trying to escape her past, and the other driven by an inherited thirst for revenge. When your very existence is defined by your blade, how do you keep the violence within yourself sheathed? A tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness, “Sheathed” combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    STARRING: Ayo Tushinde, Sunam Ellis, Fune Tautala, Maile Wong, Natalie Berg, Isis King, Dylan Smith

    PRODUCTION TEAM: Amy Poisson (Director), Anna Ly (Assistant Director), Parmida Ziaei (Scenic & Props Design), Johanna Melamed (Sound Design), Jocelyne Fowler (Costume Design), May Nguyen Lee (Stage Combat Designer), Alyza Del-pan Monley (Movement Choreographer), Alison Kozar (Co-Stage Manager), Kirk Vande Brake (Co-Stage Manager), with original music composed and performed by Leanna Keith (Music Director).


    Tickets PWYC for this performance 
    https://www.machatheatreworks.com/tickets

     

  • THU
    7
    The Wolves @ Roosevelt HS

    Thursday Mar 7
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Roosevelt High School Theatre
    1410 NE 66th St, Seattle, WA 98115, USA

    (Thru 3/9) 

    by Sarah DeLappe 

    Left quad. Right quad. Lunge. A girls indoor soccer team warms up. From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, the team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors. A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine American girls who just want to score some goals.

    Directions: from the main parking lot, enter through the Commons doors and the Theater is straight ahead.

    Tickets $10
    https://rhstheatre.booktix.com/view/27/a3a2524e144b1bf5/

     

  • THU
    7
    Angels in America: Part II @ Lakewood Playhouse ($$)

    Thursday Mar 7
    7 pm - 10 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    PWYC performance 

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the second part of Tony Kushner's epic, the plague of AIDS worsens, relationships fall apart as new, and unexpected friendships, take form.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • THU
    7
    American Junkie @ Center Theatre (Book-It Rep)

    Thursday Mar 7
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre - Seattle Center Armory
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/10) 

    by Tom Hansen
    Adapted by Jane Jones & Kevin McKeon
    Directed by Jane Jones

    Hansen deftly balances a raw story about the path that leads to self-destruction with wry humor and hope. This tight, fast-paced ride through Seattle’s grunge-era music scene looks at the man behind the addiction and takes a hard look at the power heroin and other opioids have on people’s lives. 

    CAST
    Jesica Avellone as Mom/CJ/Sasha/Ensemble
    Ian Bond as Tom Hansen
    Hazel Rose Gibson as Gisele/Gretchen/Ensemble
    Tim Gouran as Cody/Psychiatrist/Timmy/Ensemble
    Brian Gunter* as Dad/Sverre/Johnny/Ensemble
    Marco Adiak Voli as Scotty/Greg/Margarita/Ensemble

    Show contains strobe effects, haze, and content involving strong language, sex, and drug use.

    Tickets up to $50 
    https://book-it.secure.force.com/ticket/

    Discount ticket information: 
    Day-of: $20 for TPS/AEA at the box office
    30 minutes before curtain: $10 rush (cash only, please) 

     

  • THU
    7
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Thursday Mar 7
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • THU
    7
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Thursday Mar 7
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets  
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • THU
    7
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Thursday Mar 7
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • FRI
    8
    The Wolves @ Roosevelt HS

    Friday Mar 8
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Roosevelt High School Theatre
    1410 NE 66th St, Seattle, WA 98115, USA

    (Thru 3/9) 

    by Sarah DeLappe 

    Left quad. Right quad. Lunge. A girls indoor soccer team warms up. From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, the team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors. A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine American girls who just want to score some goals.

    Directions: from the main parking lot, enter through the Commons doors and the Theater is straight ahead.

    Tickets $10
    https://rhstheatre.booktix.com/view/27/a3a2524e144b1bf5/

     

  • FRI
    8
    Angels in America: Part I @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Friday Mar 8
    7 pm - 10 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the first part of Tony Kushner's epic, set in 1980's New York City, a gay man is abandoned by his lover when he contracts the AIDS virus, and a closeted Mormon lawyer's marriage to his pill-popping wife stalls. Other characters include the infamous McCarthy-ite lawyer Roy Cohn, Ethel Rosenberg, a former drag queen who works as a nurse, and… yes… an angel.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • FRI
    8
    American Junkie @ Center Theatre (Book-It Rep)

    Friday Mar 8
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Center Theatre - Seattle Center Armory
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/10) 

    by Tom Hansen
    Adapted by Jane Jones & Kevin McKeon
    Directed by Jane Jones

    Hansen deftly balances a raw story about the path that leads to self-destruction with wry humor and hope. This tight, fast-paced ride through Seattle’s grunge-era music scene looks at the man behind the addiction and takes a hard look at the power heroin and other opioids have on people’s lives. 

    CAST
    Jesica Avellone as Mom/CJ/Sasha/Ensemble
    Ian Bond as Tom Hansen
    Hazel Rose Gibson as Gisele/Gretchen/Ensemble
    Tim Gouran as Cody/Psychiatrist/Timmy/Ensemble
    Brian Gunter* as Dad/Sverre/Johnny/Ensemble
    Marco Adiak Voli as Scotty/Greg/Margarita/Ensemble

    Show contains strobe effects, haze, and content involving strong language, sex, and drug use.

    Tickets up to $50 
    https://book-it.secure.force.com/ticket/

    Discount ticket information: 
    Day-of: $20 for TPS/AEA at the box office
    30 minutes before curtain: $10 rush (cash only, please) 

     

  • FRI
    8
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Friday Mar 8
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • FRI
    8
    A Little Night Music @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)

    Friday Mar 8
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Tacoma Little Theatre
    210 N I St, Tacoma, WA 98403, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by Stephen Sondheim
    Directed by John Munn
    Musical direction by Deborah Lynn Armstrong

    In 1900 Sweden, on a magical night that smiles three times, an aging actress, a married virgin, a sex-starved divinity student, and a buffoonish count find themselves hilariously tangled in a web of love affairs. Delightful, charming and at times heartbreaking, with gorgeous, lush music, including “A Weekend in the Country,” “Liaisons” and the seminal “Send in the Clowns,” A Little Night Music is a coupling (and uncoupling) tour-de-force. Winner of four Tony Awards. 

    Tickets $27 
    https://www.tacomalittletheatre.com/

     

  • FRI
    8
    Agnes of God @ Dukesbay Theater (Tacoma)

    Friday Mar 8
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Dukesbay Theater
    508 S 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402, USA

    (Thru 3/17)

    by John Pielmeier
    Directed by Nyree Martinez 

    Agnes of God tells the story of a novice nun who gives birth to a baby who is found strangled to death. Sister Agnes insists that the child was the result of a virgin conception and claims no memory of the birth. A court-appointed psychiatrist and the mother superior of the convent clash during the resulting investigation.

    So many questioned unanswered. So many things that cannot be explained. Was this murder or a miracle?

    Featuring Laurie Sifford as Mother Miriam Ruth, Maria Valenzuela as Dr. Livingstone and Cecilia Lewis as the novice Agnes. 


    Tickets $15: 
    https://dukesbayagnes.brownpapertickets.com/

     

  • FRI
    8
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Friday Mar 8
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • FRI
    8
    Trevor @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Friday Mar 8
    8 pm - 10 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    by Nick Jones 
    Directed by Julie Beckman 

    Inspired by true events, Trevor is a MAP-flavored tragicomedy about fame, success, and the lies we tell ourselves. At the center of this world are two individuals fighting against a world unable to understand their love: Trevor, an almost-famous chimpanzee, and his owner & 'mom' Sandra. Sandra knows Trevor would never hurt a fly ... not on purpose, anyway. A moving exploration of family, flawed communication, and humanity.

    CAST:
    Michael D. Blum
    Jesse Calixto
    Danielle Daggerty
    Teri Lazzara
    Brandon Ryan
    Zenaida Rose Smith

    PRODUCTION & DESIGN STAFF:
    Props Design: Jessamyn Bateman-Iino
    Lighting Design: Levi Plumb
    Stage Manager: Sarah Ross
    Sound Design: Mario Gomez
    Costume Design: Corinne Magin
    Scenic Design: Robin Macartney
    Dramaturgy: Peggy Gannon

    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC: 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4053490

     

  • FRI
    8
    Sheathed @ Theatre Off Jackson (Macha)

    Friday Mar 8
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Theatre Off Jackson
    409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    by Maggie Lee
    Directed by Amy Poisson 

    Sheathed is a tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness. Sheathed combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    In the aftermath of a devastating war between clans, two swordswomen try to find their way forward in this strange new world of peace: one trying to escape her past, and the other driven by an inherited thirst for revenge. When your very existence is defined by your blade, how do you keep the violence within yourself sheathed? A tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness, “Sheathed” combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    STARRING: Ayo Tushinde, Sunam Ellis, Fune Tautala, Maile Wong, Natalie Berg, Isis King, Dylan Smith

    PRODUCTION TEAM: Amy Poisson (Director), Anna Ly (Assistant Director), Parmida Ziaei (Scenic & Props Design), Johanna Melamed (Sound Design), Jocelyne Fowler (Costume Design), May Nguyen Lee (Stage Combat Designer), Alyza Del-pan Monley (Movement Choreographer), Alison Kozar (Co-Stage Manager), Kirk Vande Brake (Co-Stage Manager), with original music composed and performed by Leanna Keith (Music Director).


    Tickets $25 
    https://www.machatheatreworks.com/tickets

     

  • FRI
    8
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Friday Mar 8
    8 pm - 10 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • FRI
    8
    Visiting Cezanne @ Burien Actors Theatre (Burien)

    Friday Mar 8
    8 pm - 10:30 pm

    Burien Actors Theatre
    14501 4th Ave SW, Burien, WA 98166, USA

    (Thru 3/10)

    by Duane Kelly
    Directed by Marc Moser

    Unknown painter Nora Baker visits the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2016. Through the magic in a paintbrush, Nora is whisked back to 1900 France and the studio of artist Paul Cezanne, who didn’t really achieve fame until after he died. Cezanne and Nora end up exploring what it is that keeps an artist going when it all seems pointless. Will this magical meeting change history and their artistic careers? See what happens while Visiting Cezanne.


    Tickets $20 
    https://burienactorstheatre.org/shows/current-season

  • SAT
    9
    American Junkie @ Center Theatre (Book-It Rep)

    Saturday Mar 9
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Center Theatre - Seattle Center Armory
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/10) 

    by Tom Hansen
    Adapted by Jane Jones & Kevin McKeon
    Directed by Jane Jones

    Hansen deftly balances a raw story about the path that leads to self-destruction with wry humor and hope. This tight, fast-paced ride through Seattle’s grunge-era music scene looks at the man behind the addiction and takes a hard look at the power heroin and other opioids have on people’s lives. 

    CAST
    Jesica Avellone as Mom/CJ/Sasha/Ensemble
    Ian Bond as Tom Hansen
    Hazel Rose Gibson as Gisele/Gretchen/Ensemble
    Tim Gouran as Cody/Psychiatrist/Timmy/Ensemble
    Brian Gunter* as Dad/Sverre/Johnny/Ensemble
    Marco Adiak Voli as Scotty/Greg/Margarita/Ensemble

    Show contains strobe effects, haze, and content involving strong language, sex, and drug use.

    Tickets up to $50 
    https://book-it.secure.force.com/ticket/

    Discount ticket information: 
    Day-of: $20 for TPS/AEA at the box office
    30 minutes before curtain: $10 rush (cash only, please) 

     

  • SAT
    9
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Saturday Mar 9
    2 pm - 4 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SAT
    9
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Saturday Mar 9
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • SAT
    9
    The Wolves @ Roosevelt HS

    Saturday Mar 9
    2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

    Roosevelt High School Theatre
    1410 NE 66th St, Seattle, WA 98115, USA

    (Thru 3/9) 

    by Sarah DeLappe 

    Left quad. Right quad. Lunge. A girls indoor soccer team warms up. From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, the team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors. A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine American girls who just want to score some goals.

    Directions: from the main parking lot, enter through the Commons doors and the Theater is straight ahead.

    Tickets $10
    https://rhstheatre.booktix.com/view/27/a3a2524e144b1bf5/

     

  • SAT
    9
    The Wolves @ Roosevelt HS

    Saturday Mar 9
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Roosevelt High School Theatre
    1410 NE 66th St, Seattle, WA 98115, USA

    (Thru 3/9) 

    by Sarah DeLappe 

    Left quad. Right quad. Lunge. A girls indoor soccer team warms up. From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, the team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors. A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine American girls who just want to score some goals.

    Directions: from the main parking lot, enter through the Commons doors and the Theater is straight ahead.

    Tickets $10
    https://rhstheatre.booktix.com/view/27/a3a2524e144b1bf5/

     

  • SAT
    9
    Angels in America: Part I @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Saturday Mar 9
    7 pm - 10 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the first part of Tony Kushner's epic, set in 1980's New York City, a gay man is abandoned by his lover when he contracts the AIDS virus, and a closeted Mormon lawyer's marriage to his pill-popping wife stalls. Other characters include the infamous McCarthy-ite lawyer Roy Cohn, Ethel Rosenberg, a former drag queen who works as a nurse, and… yes… an angel.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • SAT
    9
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Saturday Mar 9
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • SAT
    9
    A Little Night Music @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)

    Saturday Mar 9
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Tacoma Little Theatre
    210 N I St, Tacoma, WA 98403, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by Stephen Sondheim
    Directed by John Munn
    Musical direction by Deborah Lynn Armstrong

    In 1900 Sweden, on a magical night that smiles three times, an aging actress, a married virgin, a sex-starved divinity student, and a buffoonish count find themselves hilariously tangled in a web of love affairs. Delightful, charming and at times heartbreaking, with gorgeous, lush music, including “A Weekend in the Country,” “Liaisons” and the seminal “Send in the Clowns,” A Little Night Music is a coupling (and uncoupling) tour-de-force. Winner of four Tony Awards. 

    Tickets $27 
    https://www.tacomalittletheatre.com/

     

  • SAT
    9
    Agnes of God @ Dukesbay Theater (Tacoma)

    Saturday Mar 9
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Dukesbay Theater
    508 S 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402, USA

    (Thru 3/17)

    by John Pielmeier
    Directed by Nyree Martinez 

    Agnes of God tells the story of a novice nun who gives birth to a baby who is found strangled to death. Sister Agnes insists that the child was the result of a virgin conception and claims no memory of the birth. A court-appointed psychiatrist and the mother superior of the convent clash during the resulting investigation.

    So many questioned unanswered. So many things that cannot be explained. Was this murder or a miracle?

    Featuring Laurie Sifford as Mother Miriam Ruth, Maria Valenzuela as Dr. Livingstone and Cecilia Lewis as the novice Agnes. 


    Tickets $15: 
    https://dukesbayagnes.brownpapertickets.com/

     

  • SAT
    9
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Saturday Mar 9
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • SAT
    9
    Trevor @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Saturday Mar 9
    8 pm - 10 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    by Nick Jones 
    Directed by Julie Beckman 

    Inspired by true events, Trevor is a MAP-flavored tragicomedy about fame, success, and the lies we tell ourselves. At the center of this world are two individuals fighting against a world unable to understand their love: Trevor, an almost-famous chimpanzee, and his owner & 'mom' Sandra. Sandra knows Trevor would never hurt a fly ... not on purpose, anyway. A moving exploration of family, flawed communication, and humanity.

    CAST:
    Michael D. Blum
    Jesse Calixto
    Danielle Daggerty
    Teri Lazzara
    Brandon Ryan
    Zenaida Rose Smith

    PRODUCTION & DESIGN STAFF:
    Props Design: Jessamyn Bateman-Iino
    Lighting Design: Levi Plumb
    Stage Manager: Sarah Ross
    Sound Design: Mario Gomez
    Costume Design: Corinne Magin
    Scenic Design: Robin Macartney
    Dramaturgy: Peggy Gannon

    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC: 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4053490

     

  • SAT
    9
    Sheathed @ Theatre Off Jackson (Macha)

    Saturday Mar 9
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Theatre Off Jackson
    409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    by Maggie Lee
    Directed by Amy Poisson 

    Sheathed is a tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness. Sheathed combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    In the aftermath of a devastating war between clans, two swordswomen try to find their way forward in this strange new world of peace: one trying to escape her past, and the other driven by an inherited thirst for revenge. When your very existence is defined by your blade, how do you keep the violence within yourself sheathed? A tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness, “Sheathed” combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    STARRING: Ayo Tushinde, Sunam Ellis, Fune Tautala, Maile Wong, Natalie Berg, Isis King, Dylan Smith

    PRODUCTION TEAM: Amy Poisson (Director), Anna Ly (Assistant Director), Parmida Ziaei (Scenic & Props Design), Johanna Melamed (Sound Design), Jocelyne Fowler (Costume Design), May Nguyen Lee (Stage Combat Designer), Alyza Del-pan Monley (Movement Choreographer), Alison Kozar (Co-Stage Manager), Kirk Vande Brake (Co-Stage Manager), with original music composed and performed by Leanna Keith (Music Director).


    Tickets $25 
    https://www.machatheatreworks.com/tickets

     

  • SAT
    9
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Saturday Mar 9
    8 pm - 10 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SAT
    9
    Visiting Cezanne @ Burien Actors Theatre (Burien)

    Saturday Mar 9
    8 pm - 10:30 pm

    Burien Actors Theatre
    14501 4th Ave SW, Burien, WA 98166, USA

    (Thru 3/10)

    by Duane Kelly
    Directed by Marc Moser

    Unknown painter Nora Baker visits the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2016. Through the magic in a paintbrush, Nora is whisked back to 1900 France and the studio of artist Paul Cezanne, who didn’t really achieve fame until after he died. Cezanne and Nora end up exploring what it is that keeps an artist going when it all seems pointless. Will this magical meeting change history and their artistic careers? See what happens while Visiting Cezanne.


    Tickets $20 
    https://burienactorstheatre.org/shows/current-season

  • SUN
    10
    Daylight Saving (Start)
  • SUN
    10
    American Junkie @ Center Theatre (Book-It Rep)

    Sunday Mar 10
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Center Theatre - Seattle Center Armory
    305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/10) 

    by Tom Hansen
    Adapted by Jane Jones & Kevin McKeon
    Directed by Jane Jones

    Hansen deftly balances a raw story about the path that leads to self-destruction with wry humor and hope. This tight, fast-paced ride through Seattle’s grunge-era music scene looks at the man behind the addiction and takes a hard look at the power heroin and other opioids have on people’s lives. 

    CAST
    Jesica Avellone as Mom/CJ/Sasha/Ensemble
    Ian Bond as Tom Hansen
    Hazel Rose Gibson as Gisele/Gretchen/Ensemble
    Tim Gouran as Cody/Psychiatrist/Timmy/Ensemble
    Brian Gunter* as Dad/Sverre/Johnny/Ensemble
    Marco Adiak Voli as Scotty/Greg/Margarita/Ensemble

    Show contains strobe effects, haze, and content involving strong language, sex, and drug use.

    Tickets up to $50 
    https://book-it.secure.force.com/ticket/

    Discount ticket information: 
    Day-of: $20 for TPS/AEA at the box office
    30 minutes before curtain: $10 rush (cash only, please) 

     

  • SUN
    10
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Sunday Mar 10
    2 pm - 4 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • SUN
    10
    Angels in America: Part I @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Sunday Mar 10
    2 pm - 5 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the first part of Tony Kushner's epic, set in 1980's New York City, a gay man is abandoned by his lover when he contracts the AIDS virus, and a closeted Mormon lawyer's marriage to his pill-popping wife stalls. Other characters include the infamous McCarthy-ite lawyer Roy Cohn, Ethel Rosenberg, a former drag queen who works as a nurse, and… yes… an angel.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • SUN
    10
    A Little Night Music @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)

    Sunday Mar 10
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Tacoma Little Theatre
    210 N I St, Tacoma, WA 98403, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by Stephen Sondheim
    Directed by John Munn
    Musical direction by Deborah Lynn Armstrong

    In 1900 Sweden, on a magical night that smiles three times, an aging actress, a married virgin, a sex-starved divinity student, and a buffoonish count find themselves hilariously tangled in a web of love affairs. Delightful, charming and at times heartbreaking, with gorgeous, lush music, including “A Weekend in the Country,” “Liaisons” and the seminal “Send in the Clowns,” A Little Night Music is a coupling (and uncoupling) tour-de-force. Winner of four Tony Awards. 

    Tickets $27 
    https://www.tacomalittletheatre.com/

     

  • SUN
    10
    Agnes of God @ Dukesbay Theater (Tacoma)

    Sunday Mar 10
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Dukesbay Theater
    508 S 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402, USA

    (Thru 3/17)

    by John Pielmeier
    Directed by Nyree Martinez 

    Agnes of God tells the story of a novice nun who gives birth to a baby who is found strangled to death. Sister Agnes insists that the child was the result of a virgin conception and claims no memory of the birth. A court-appointed psychiatrist and the mother superior of the convent clash during the resulting investigation.

    So many questioned unanswered. So many things that cannot be explained. Was this murder or a miracle?

    Featuring Laurie Sifford as Mother Miriam Ruth, Maria Valenzuela as Dr. Livingstone and Cecilia Lewis as the novice Agnes. 


    Tickets $15: 
    https://dukesbayagnes.brownpapertickets.com/

     

  • SUN
    10
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Sunday Mar 10
    2 pm - 4 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SUN
    10
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Sunday Mar 10
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • SUN
    10
    Visiting Cezanne @ Burien Actors Theatre (Burien)

    Sunday Mar 10
    2 pm - 4:30 pm

    Burien Actors Theatre
    14501 4th Ave SW, Burien, WA 98166, USA

    (Thru 3/10)

    by Duane Kelly
    Directed by Marc Moser

    Unknown painter Nora Baker visits the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2016. Through the magic in a paintbrush, Nora is whisked back to 1900 France and the studio of artist Paul Cezanne, who didn’t really achieve fame until after he died. Cezanne and Nora end up exploring what it is that keeps an artist going when it all seems pointless. Will this magical meeting change history and their artistic careers? See what happens while Visiting Cezanne.


    Tickets $20 
    https://burienactorstheatre.org/shows/current-season

  • SUN
    10
    Angels in America: Part II @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Sunday Mar 10
    7 pm - 10 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the second part of Tony Kushner's epic, the plague of AIDS worsens, relationships fall apart as new, and unexpected friendships, take form.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • SUN
    10
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Sunday Mar 10
    7 pm - 9 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SUN
    10
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Sunday Mar 10
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • MON
    11
    Bread Crumbs @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Monday Mar 11
    8 pm - 10 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/26) 

    Written & performed by Jasmine Joshua 

    The autobiographical journey of a 34-year-old parent (of twins), who came out as nonbinary a year ago and is trying to figure out what the hell that even means (like, all of it).   

    A little bit stand-up, a little bit a Moth story, and a little bit Great Theatre(tm), Jasmine covers everything from traversing transgender discovery to puking and peeing your pants in front of VIPs. We travel with Jasmine from the beginning — as they desperately search for clues from their past to 'prove' their trans-ness, to present day — where the only proving they do is bread dough. (Just kidding, they don't bake.)   

    This is an active work-in-progress, and the evening will include a performance and a guided conversation with the audience, which Jasmine will absorb and incorporate into each next performance. This iteration of the show expands upon the version originally developed at the Seattle workshop series The Scratch last summer with director Eddie DeHais.   

    Jasmine Joshua is the Founding Artistic Director of the award-winning and Gregory-nominated Reboot Theatre Company, whose mission is to test new interpretations of established works through nontraditional casting, design, and methods yet to be discovered. As an actor, they have performed roles at Book-It, Intiman, STAGEright, Theater Schmeater, Seattle Musical Theatre, Bainbridge Performing Arts, and Annex. Currently, Jasmine is writing a queer musical as a part of the The First Draft Program at The 5th Avenue Theatre, due for a professional workshop in New York this coming fall.   


    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC:  https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4094308    

     

  • MON
    11
    Sheathed @ Theatre Off Jackson (Macha)

    Monday Mar 11
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Theatre Off Jackson
    409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Industry night discounts 

    by Maggie Lee
    Directed by Amy Poisson 

    Sheathed is a tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness. Sheathed combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    In the aftermath of a devastating war between clans, two swordswomen try to find their way forward in this strange new world of peace: one trying to escape her past, and the other driven by an inherited thirst for revenge. When your very existence is defined by your blade, how do you keep the violence within yourself sheathed? A tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness, “Sheathed” combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    STARRING: Ayo Tushinde, Sunam Ellis, Fune Tautala, Maile Wong, Natalie Berg, Isis King, Dylan Smith

    PRODUCTION TEAM: Amy Poisson (Director), Anna Ly (Assistant Director), Parmida Ziaei (Scenic & Props Design), Johanna Melamed (Sound Design), Jocelyne Fowler (Costume Design), May Nguyen Lee (Stage Combat Designer), Alyza Del-pan Monley (Movement Choreographer), Alison Kozar (Co-Stage Manager), Kirk Vande Brake (Co-Stage Manager), with original music composed and performed by Leanna Keith (Music Director).


    Tickets $25; $10 for industry members at this performance  
    https://www.machatheatreworks.com/tickets

     

  • TUE
    12
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Tuesday Mar 12
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets  
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • WED
    13
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Wednesday Mar 13
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • WED
    13
    Angels in America: Part I @ Lakewood Playhouse ($$)

    Wednesday Mar 13
    7 pm - 10 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    PWYC performance 

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the first part of Tony Kushner's epic, set in 1980's New York City, a gay man is abandoned by his lover when he contracts the AIDS virus, and a closeted Mormon lawyer's marriage to his pill-popping wife stalls. Other characters include the infamous McCarthy-ite lawyer Roy Cohn, Ethel Rosenberg, a former drag queen who works as a nurse, and… yes… an angel.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • WED
    13
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Wednesday Mar 13
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • WED
    13
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Wednesday Mar 13
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    Preview performance 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • WED
    13
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Wednesday Mar 13
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets  
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • WED
    13
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Wednesday Mar 13
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • WED
    13
    John @ ArtsWest

    Wednesday Mar 13
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 4/7) 

    Preview performance 

    by Annie Baker
    Directed by Erin Murray

    At a weekend bed & breakfast, the shadow of infidelity hangs over a young couple struggling to rebuild their relationship – when the elderly owner shares her own memories, ghosts real and imagined arrive to haunt the living. Blending keen realism with the eerily supernatural, this quiet tale from a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright is unafraid to seek beauty in one of the most startling places: the solitude of human experience.

    Time Magazine – 10 Best Shows of 2015
    Nominated for 6 Drama Desk Awards
    Nominated for 5 Lucille Lortel Awards

    Tickets $12 (3/13 show only)  
    https://www.artswest.org/theatre-plays/john/

     

  • THU
    14
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Thursday Mar 14
    2 pm - 4 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • THU
    14
    Angels in America: Part II @ Lakewood Playhouse ($$)

    Thursday Mar 14
    7 pm - 10 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    PWYC performance 

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the second part of Tony Kushner's epic, the plague of AIDS worsens, relationships fall apart as new, and unexpected friendships, take form.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • THU
    14
    Always ... Patsy Cline @ Taproot ($$)

    Thursday Mar 14
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Isaac Studio Theatre
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6) 

    PWYC preview performance 

    by Ted Swindley 
    Directed by Karen Lund

    Patsy Cline had a singular way of telling a story. Tune in as her songs and letters weave a big-hearted tale of love and loss told through her unlikely friendship with Texas housewife, Louise Seger. This musical tribute features Cayman Ilika and Kate Jaeger, recreating the sound that captured the love of a nation with hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.”


    Tickets PWYC, see ticketing info here:
    http://taproottheatre.org/pay-what-you-can-info-faq/

    Show info here:
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/always-patsy-cline/ 

     

  • THU
    14
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Thursday Mar 14
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • THU
    14
    The Revolutionists @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)

    Thursday Mar 14
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Tacoma Little Theatre
    210 N I St, Tacoma, WA 98403, USA

    (One night only)

    by Lauren Gunderson 
    Directed by Jennifer York 

    A staged reading, part of the Off the Shelf series. 
     

    Tickets $10   
    https://www.tacomalittletheatre.com/off-the-shelf

     

  • THU
    14
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Thursday Mar 14
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • THU
    14
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Thursday Mar 14
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets  
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • THU
    14
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Thursday Mar 14
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • THU
    14
    John @ ArtsWest

    Thursday Mar 14
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 4/7) 

    by Annie Baker
    Directed by Erin Murray

    At a weekend bed & breakfast, the shadow of infidelity hangs over a young couple struggling to rebuild their relationship – when the elderly owner shares her own memories, ghosts real and imagined arrive to haunt the living. Blending keen realism with the eerily supernatural, this quiet tale from a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright is unafraid to seek beauty in one of the most startling places: the solitude of human experience.

    Time Magazine – 10 Best Shows of 2015
    Nominated for 6 Drama Desk Awards
    Nominated for 5 Lucille Lortel Awards

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

     

  • THU
    14
    Spin the Bottle @ Annex

    Thursday Mar 14
    8 pm - 10 pm

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

    (Monthly series) 

    Audiences of all shapes and sizes have been entertained monthly by Seattle’s longest-running variety show, SPIN THE BOTTLE. Beginning in 2019, Spin the Bottle transitions to every second Thursday of the month at 8 pm to coincide with Capitol Hill Art Walk.

    Created by Bret Fetzer and premiering on September 12, 1997 and now curated by Catherine Blake Smith (since 2015), Spin the Bottle delights Seattle audiences who crave the newest and most exciting theater, music, dance, spoken word, film, and whatever else we can find! 


    Tickets $10-$15
    http://www.annextheatre.org/monthly-shows/spin-the-bottle/ 

     

  • THU
    14
    Trevor @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Thursday Mar 14
    8 pm - 10 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    by Nick Jones 
    Directed by Julie Beckman 

    Inspired by true events, Trevor is a MAP-flavored tragicomedy about fame, success, and the lies we tell ourselves. At the center of this world are two individuals fighting against a world unable to understand their love: Trevor, an almost-famous chimpanzee, and his owner & 'mom' Sandra. Sandra knows Trevor would never hurt a fly ... not on purpose, anyway. A moving exploration of family, flawed communication, and humanity.

    CAST:
    Michael D. Blum
    Jesse Calixto
    Danielle Daggerty
    Teri Lazzara
    Brandon Ryan
    Zenaida Rose Smith

    PRODUCTION & DESIGN STAFF:
    Props Design: Jessamyn Bateman-Iino
    Lighting Design: Levi Plumb
    Stage Manager: Sarah Ross
    Sound Design: Mario Gomez
    Costume Design: Corinne Magin
    Scenic Design: Robin Macartney
    Dramaturgy: Peggy Gannon

    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC: 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4053490

     

  • THU
    14
    Sheathed @ Theatre Off Jackson (Macha)

    Thursday Mar 14
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Theatre Off Jackson
    409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    by Maggie Lee
    Directed by Amy Poisson 

    Sheathed is a tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness. Sheathed combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    In the aftermath of a devastating war between clans, two swordswomen try to find their way forward in this strange new world of peace: one trying to escape her past, and the other driven by an inherited thirst for revenge. When your very existence is defined by your blade, how do you keep the violence within yourself sheathed? A tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness, “Sheathed” combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    STARRING: Ayo Tushinde, Sunam Ellis, Fune Tautala, Maile Wong, Natalie Berg, Isis King, Dylan Smith

    PRODUCTION TEAM: Amy Poisson (Director), Anna Ly (Assistant Director), Parmida Ziaei (Scenic & Props Design), Johanna Melamed (Sound Design), Jocelyne Fowler (Costume Design), May Nguyen Lee (Stage Combat Designer), Alyza Del-pan Monley (Movement Choreographer), Alison Kozar (Co-Stage Manager), Kirk Vande Brake (Co-Stage Manager), with original music composed and performed by Leanna Keith (Music Director).


    Tickets $25 
    https://www.machatheatreworks.com/tickets

     

  • FRI
    15
    Angels in America: Part I @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Friday Mar 15
    7 pm - 10 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the first part of Tony Kushner's epic, set in 1980's New York City, a gay man is abandoned by his lover when he contracts the AIDS virus, and a closeted Mormon lawyer's marriage to his pill-popping wife stalls. Other characters include the infamous McCarthy-ite lawyer Roy Cohn, Ethel Rosenberg, a former drag queen who works as a nurse, and… yes… an angel.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • FRI
    15
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Friday Mar 15
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • FRI
    15
    A Little Night Music @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)

    Friday Mar 15
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Tacoma Little Theatre
    210 N I St, Tacoma, WA 98403, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by Stephen Sondheim
    Directed by John Munn
    Musical direction by Deborah Lynn Armstrong

    In 1900 Sweden, on a magical night that smiles three times, an aging actress, a married virgin, a sex-starved divinity student, and a buffoonish count find themselves hilariously tangled in a web of love affairs. Delightful, charming and at times heartbreaking, with gorgeous, lush music, including “A Weekend in the Country,” “Liaisons” and the seminal “Send in the Clowns,” A Little Night Music is a coupling (and uncoupling) tour-de-force. Winner of four Tony Awards. 

    Tickets $27 
    https://www.tacomalittletheatre.com/

     

  • FRI
    15
    Agnes of God @ Dukesbay Theater (Tacoma)

    Friday Mar 15
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Dukesbay Theater
    508 S 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402, USA

    (Thru 3/17)

    by John Pielmeier
    Directed by Nyree Martinez 

    Agnes of God tells the story of a novice nun who gives birth to a baby who is found strangled to death. Sister Agnes insists that the child was the result of a virgin conception and claims no memory of the birth. A court-appointed psychiatrist and the mother superior of the convent clash during the resulting investigation.

    So many questioned unanswered. So many things that cannot be explained. Was this murder or a miracle?

    Featuring Laurie Sifford as Mother Miriam Ruth, Maria Valenzuela as Dr. Livingstone and Cecilia Lewis as the novice Agnes. 


    Tickets $15: 
    https://dukesbayagnes.brownpapertickets.com/

     

  • FRI
    15
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Friday Mar 15
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • FRI
    15
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Friday Mar 15
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

  • FRI
    15
    John @ ArtsWest

    Friday Mar 15
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 4/7) 

    by Annie Baker
    Directed by Erin Murray

    At a weekend bed & breakfast, the shadow of infidelity hangs over a young couple struggling to rebuild their relationship – when the elderly owner shares her own memories, ghosts real and imagined arrive to haunt the living. Blending keen realism with the eerily supernatural, this quiet tale from a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright is unafraid to seek beauty in one of the most startling places: the solitude of human experience.

    Time Magazine – 10 Best Shows of 2015
    Nominated for 6 Drama Desk Awards
    Nominated for 5 Lucille Lortel Awards

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

     

  • FRI
    15
    Always ... Patsy Cline @ Taproot

    Friday Mar 15
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Isaac Studio Theatre
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6) 

    by Ted Swindley 
    Directed by Karen Lund

    Patsy Cline had a singular way of telling a story. Tune in as her songs and letters weave a big-hearted tale of love and loss told through her unlikely friendship with Texas housewife, Louise Seger. This musical tribute features Cayman Ilika and Kate Jaeger, recreating the sound that captured the love of a nation with hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.”


    Tickets $35 
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/always-patsy-cline/ 

     

  • FRI
    15
    Trevor @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Friday Mar 15
    8 pm - 10 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    by Nick Jones 
    Directed by Julie Beckman 

    Inspired by true events, Trevor is a MAP-flavored tragicomedy about fame, success, and the lies we tell ourselves. At the center of this world are two individuals fighting against a world unable to understand their love: Trevor, an almost-famous chimpanzee, and his owner & 'mom' Sandra. Sandra knows Trevor would never hurt a fly ... not on purpose, anyway. A moving exploration of family, flawed communication, and humanity.

    CAST:
    Michael D. Blum
    Jesse Calixto
    Danielle Daggerty
    Teri Lazzara
    Brandon Ryan
    Zenaida Rose Smith

    PRODUCTION & DESIGN STAFF:
    Props Design: Jessamyn Bateman-Iino
    Lighting Design: Levi Plumb
    Stage Manager: Sarah Ross
    Sound Design: Mario Gomez
    Costume Design: Corinne Magin
    Scenic Design: Robin Macartney
    Dramaturgy: Peggy Gannon

    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC: 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4053490

     

  • FRI
    15
    Sheathed @ Theatre Off Jackson (Macha)

    Friday Mar 15
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Theatre Off Jackson
    409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    by Maggie Lee
    Directed by Amy Poisson 

    Sheathed is a tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness. Sheathed combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    In the aftermath of a devastating war between clans, two swordswomen try to find their way forward in this strange new world of peace: one trying to escape her past, and the other driven by an inherited thirst for revenge. When your very existence is defined by your blade, how do you keep the violence within yourself sheathed? A tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness, “Sheathed” combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    STARRING: Ayo Tushinde, Sunam Ellis, Fune Tautala, Maile Wong, Natalie Berg, Isis King, Dylan Smith

    PRODUCTION TEAM: Amy Poisson (Director), Anna Ly (Assistant Director), Parmida Ziaei (Scenic & Props Design), Johanna Melamed (Sound Design), Jocelyne Fowler (Costume Design), May Nguyen Lee (Stage Combat Designer), Alyza Del-pan Monley (Movement Choreographer), Alison Kozar (Co-Stage Manager), Kirk Vande Brake (Co-Stage Manager), with original music composed and performed by Leanna Keith (Music Director).


    Tickets $25 
    https://www.machatheatreworks.com/tickets

     

  • FRI
    15
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Friday Mar 15
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • FRI
    15
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Friday Mar 15
    8 pm - 10 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • FRI
    15
    OntheBoards.tv LIVE: The Game Show @ Clock-Out Lounge

    Friday Mar 15
    9 pm - 12 am

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

    (One night only)

    It’s a game show! OtB.tv is having it's first-ever 24-hour telethon starting at 8 AM on March 15th on the internet. Join us at 9PM that evening at the Clock-Out Lounge for this half-time game show to support your favorite wild and free performance streaming service.

    Enjoy some pizza as you kick back and watch Seattle’s bravest arts workers battling head-to-head to win your votes. With your Honored Judges Dayna Hansen and Markeith Wiley. Contenders from honored institutions like Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Repertory Theatre, TeenTix and so many more! Hosted by the effervescent Betty Wetter!


    Tickets $10
    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ontheboardstv-live-its-a-game-show-tickets-57054551700

     

  • SAT
    16
    Always ... Patsy Cline @ Taproot

    Saturday Mar 16
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Isaac Studio Theatre
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6) 

    by Ted Swindley 
    Directed by Karen Lund

    Patsy Cline had a singular way of telling a story. Tune in as her songs and letters weave a big-hearted tale of love and loss told through her unlikely friendship with Texas housewife, Louise Seger. This musical tribute features Cayman Ilika and Kate Jaeger, recreating the sound that captured the love of a nation with hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.”


    Tickets $35 
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/always-patsy-cline/ 

     

  • SAT
    16
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Saturday Mar 16
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • SAT
    16
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Saturday Mar 16
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • SAT
    16
    Angels in America: Part I @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Saturday Mar 16
    7 pm - 10 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the first part of Tony Kushner's epic, set in 1980's New York City, a gay man is abandoned by his lover when he contracts the AIDS virus, and a closeted Mormon lawyer's marriage to his pill-popping wife stalls. Other characters include the infamous McCarthy-ite lawyer Roy Cohn, Ethel Rosenberg, a former drag queen who works as a nurse, and… yes… an angel.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • SAT
    16
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Saturday Mar 16
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • SAT
    16
    A Little Night Music @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)

    Saturday Mar 16
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Tacoma Little Theatre
    210 N I St, Tacoma, WA 98403, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by Stephen Sondheim
    Directed by John Munn
    Musical direction by Deborah Lynn Armstrong

    In 1900 Sweden, on a magical night that smiles three times, an aging actress, a married virgin, a sex-starved divinity student, and a buffoonish count find themselves hilariously tangled in a web of love affairs. Delightful, charming and at times heartbreaking, with gorgeous, lush music, including “A Weekend in the Country,” “Liaisons” and the seminal “Send in the Clowns,” A Little Night Music is a coupling (and uncoupling) tour-de-force. Winner of four Tony Awards. 

    Tickets $27 
    https://www.tacomalittletheatre.com/

     

  • SAT
    16
    Agnes of God @ Dukesbay Theater (Tacoma)

    Saturday Mar 16
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Dukesbay Theater
    508 S 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402, USA

    (Thru 3/17)

    by John Pielmeier
    Directed by Nyree Martinez 

    Agnes of God tells the story of a novice nun who gives birth to a baby who is found strangled to death. Sister Agnes insists that the child was the result of a virgin conception and claims no memory of the birth. A court-appointed psychiatrist and the mother superior of the convent clash during the resulting investigation.

    So many questioned unanswered. So many things that cannot be explained. Was this murder or a miracle?

    Featuring Laurie Sifford as Mother Miriam Ruth, Maria Valenzuela as Dr. Livingstone and Cecilia Lewis as the novice Agnes. 


    Tickets $15: 
    https://dukesbayagnes.brownpapertickets.com/

     

  • SAT
    16
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Saturday Mar 16
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • SAT
    16
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Saturday Mar 16
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

  • SAT
    16
    John @ ArtsWest

    Saturday Mar 16
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 4/7) 

    by Annie Baker
    Directed by Erin Murray

    At a weekend bed & breakfast, the shadow of infidelity hangs over a young couple struggling to rebuild their relationship – when the elderly owner shares her own memories, ghosts real and imagined arrive to haunt the living. Blending keen realism with the eerily supernatural, this quiet tale from a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright is unafraid to seek beauty in one of the most startling places: the solitude of human experience.

    Time Magazine – 10 Best Shows of 2015
    Nominated for 6 Drama Desk Awards
    Nominated for 5 Lucille Lortel Awards

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

     

  • SAT
    16
    Always ... Patsy Cline @ Taproot

    Saturday Mar 16
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Isaac Studio Theatre
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6) 

    by Ted Swindley 
    Directed by Karen Lund

    Patsy Cline had a singular way of telling a story. Tune in as her songs and letters weave a big-hearted tale of love and loss told through her unlikely friendship with Texas housewife, Louise Seger. This musical tribute features Cayman Ilika and Kate Jaeger, recreating the sound that captured the love of a nation with hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.”


    Tickets $35 
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/always-patsy-cline/ 

     

  • SAT
    16
    Trevor @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Saturday Mar 16
    8 pm - 10 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    by Nick Jones 
    Directed by Julie Beckman 

    Inspired by true events, Trevor is a MAP-flavored tragicomedy about fame, success, and the lies we tell ourselves. At the center of this world are two individuals fighting against a world unable to understand their love: Trevor, an almost-famous chimpanzee, and his owner & 'mom' Sandra. Sandra knows Trevor would never hurt a fly ... not on purpose, anyway. A moving exploration of family, flawed communication, and humanity.

    CAST:
    Michael D. Blum
    Jesse Calixto
    Danielle Daggerty
    Teri Lazzara
    Brandon Ryan
    Zenaida Rose Smith

    PRODUCTION & DESIGN STAFF:
    Props Design: Jessamyn Bateman-Iino
    Lighting Design: Levi Plumb
    Stage Manager: Sarah Ross
    Sound Design: Mario Gomez
    Costume Design: Corinne Magin
    Scenic Design: Robin Macartney
    Dramaturgy: Peggy Gannon

    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC: 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4053490

     

  • SAT
    16
    Sheathed @ Theatre Off Jackson (Macha)

    Saturday Mar 16
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Theatre Off Jackson
    409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    by Maggie Lee
    Directed by Amy Poisson 

    Sheathed is a tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness. Sheathed combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    In the aftermath of a devastating war between clans, two swordswomen try to find their way forward in this strange new world of peace: one trying to escape her past, and the other driven by an inherited thirst for revenge. When your very existence is defined by your blade, how do you keep the violence within yourself sheathed? A tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness, “Sheathed” combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    STARRING: Ayo Tushinde, Sunam Ellis, Fune Tautala, Maile Wong, Natalie Berg, Isis King, Dylan Smith

    PRODUCTION TEAM: Amy Poisson (Director), Anna Ly (Assistant Director), Parmida Ziaei (Scenic & Props Design), Johanna Melamed (Sound Design), Jocelyne Fowler (Costume Design), May Nguyen Lee (Stage Combat Designer), Alyza Del-pan Monley (Movement Choreographer), Alison Kozar (Co-Stage Manager), Kirk Vande Brake (Co-Stage Manager), with original music composed and performed by Leanna Keith (Music Director).


    Tickets $25 
    https://www.machatheatreworks.com/tickets

     

  • SAT
    16
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Saturday Mar 16
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • SAT
    16
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Saturday Mar 16
    8 pm - 10 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SUN
    17
    St. Patrick's Day
  • SUN
    17
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Sunday Mar 17
    2 pm - 4 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • SUN
    17
    Angels in America: Part I @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Sunday Mar 17
    2 pm - 5 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the first part of Tony Kushner's epic, set in 1980's New York City, a gay man is abandoned by his lover when he contracts the AIDS virus, and a closeted Mormon lawyer's marriage to his pill-popping wife stalls. Other characters include the infamous McCarthy-ite lawyer Roy Cohn, Ethel Rosenberg, a former drag queen who works as a nurse, and… yes… an angel.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • SUN
    17
    A Little Night Music @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)

    Sunday Mar 17
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Tacoma Little Theatre
    210 N I St, Tacoma, WA 98403, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by Stephen Sondheim
    Directed by John Munn
    Musical direction by Deborah Lynn Armstrong

    In 1900 Sweden, on a magical night that smiles three times, an aging actress, a married virgin, a sex-starved divinity student, and a buffoonish count find themselves hilariously tangled in a web of love affairs. Delightful, charming and at times heartbreaking, with gorgeous, lush music, including “A Weekend in the Country,” “Liaisons” and the seminal “Send in the Clowns,” A Little Night Music is a coupling (and uncoupling) tour-de-force. Winner of four Tony Awards. 

    Tickets $27 
    https://www.tacomalittletheatre.com/

     

  • SUN
    17
    Agnes of God @ Dukesbay Theater (Tacoma)

    Sunday Mar 17
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Dukesbay Theater
    508 S 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402, USA

    (Thru 3/17)

    by John Pielmeier
    Directed by Nyree Martinez 

    Agnes of God tells the story of a novice nun who gives birth to a baby who is found strangled to death. Sister Agnes insists that the child was the result of a virgin conception and claims no memory of the birth. A court-appointed psychiatrist and the mother superior of the convent clash during the resulting investigation.

    So many questioned unanswered. So many things that cannot be explained. Was this murder or a miracle?

    Featuring Laurie Sifford as Mother Miriam Ruth, Maria Valenzuela as Dr. Livingstone and Cecilia Lewis as the novice Agnes. 


    Tickets $15: 
    https://dukesbayagnes.brownpapertickets.com/

     

  • SUN
    17
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Sunday Mar 17
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • SUN
    17
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Sunday Mar 17
    2 pm - 4 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SUN
    17
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Sunday Mar 17
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • SUN
    17
    John @ ArtsWest

    Sunday Mar 17
    3 pm - 5 pm

    ArtsWest
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 4/7) 

    by Annie Baker
    Directed by Erin Murray

    At a weekend bed & breakfast, the shadow of infidelity hangs over a young couple struggling to rebuild their relationship – when the elderly owner shares her own memories, ghosts real and imagined arrive to haunt the living. Blending keen realism with the eerily supernatural, this quiet tale from a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright is unafraid to seek beauty in one of the most startling places: the solitude of human experience.

    Time Magazine – 10 Best Shows of 2015
    Nominated for 6 Drama Desk Awards
    Nominated for 5 Lucille Lortel Awards

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

     

  • SUN
    17
    Trevor @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Sunday Mar 17
    7 pm - 9 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    by Nick Jones 
    Directed by Julie Beckman 

    Inspired by true events, Trevor is a MAP-flavored tragicomedy about fame, success, and the lies we tell ourselves. At the center of this world are two individuals fighting against a world unable to understand their love: Trevor, an almost-famous chimpanzee, and his owner & 'mom' Sandra. Sandra knows Trevor would never hurt a fly ... not on purpose, anyway. A moving exploration of family, flawed communication, and humanity.

    CAST:
    Michael D. Blum
    Jesse Calixto
    Danielle Daggerty
    Teri Lazzara
    Brandon Ryan
    Zenaida Rose Smith

    PRODUCTION & DESIGN STAFF:
    Props Design: Jessamyn Bateman-Iino
    Lighting Design: Levi Plumb
    Stage Manager: Sarah Ross
    Sound Design: Mario Gomez
    Costume Design: Corinne Magin
    Scenic Design: Robin Macartney
    Dramaturgy: Peggy Gannon

    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC: 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4053490

     

  • SUN
    17
    12 Minutes Max @ Base

    Sunday Mar 17
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Base
    6520 5th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA

    (Thru 3/18)

    An informal showcase of contemporary and experimental performance works in dance, theater, music and multimedia, 12 Minutes Max provides a platform for artists to showcase 12 minutes of material supported by limited technical elements. 

    Originated by On the Boards in 1981, 12 Minutes Max is curated by different members of the community each edition; the March 2019 edition is curated by Keira McDonald and Hendri Walujo. Artist lineup to be announced soon.


    Tickets $12: 
    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/12-minutes-max-tickets-57555031649?fbclid=IwAR0Nk7Jq41-77t7IBAUeBNv6zzOk_3mdCDkwXLkmyLVBF-wMhQkgswDfUAE

     

  • SUN
    17
    Angels in America: Part II @ Lakewood Playhouse

    Sunday Mar 17
    7 pm - 10 pm

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

    (Thru 3/17)

    by Tony Kushner
    Directed by John Munn 

    In the second part of Tony Kushner's epic, the plague of AIDS worsens, relationships fall apart as new, and unexpected friendships, take form.

    Parts I & II play in repertory (I: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun; II: Thur, Sun) 

    Tickets $26
    NOTE: Wed & Thur tickets are PWYC at door 
    https://www.lakewoodplayhouse.org/

     

  • SUN
    17
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Sunday Mar 17
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • SUN
    17
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Sunday Mar 17
    7 pm - 9 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SUN
    17
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Sunday Mar 17
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

  • MON
    18
    12 Minutes Max @ Base

    Monday Mar 18
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Base
    6520 5th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA

    (Thru 3/18)

    An informal showcase of contemporary and experimental performance works in dance, theater, music and multimedia, 12 Minutes Max provides a platform for artists to showcase 12 minutes of material supported by limited technical elements. 

    Originated by On the Boards in 1981, 12 Minutes Max is curated by different members of the community each edition; the March 2019 edition is curated by Keira McDonald and Hendri Walujo. Artist lineup to be announced soon.


    Tickets $12: 
    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/12-minutes-max-tickets-57555031649?fbclid=IwAR0Nk7Jq41-77t7IBAUeBNv6zzOk_3mdCDkwXLkmyLVBF-wMhQkgswDfUAE

     

  • MON
    18
    Game Development the Musical @ West of Lenin ($)

    Monday Mar 18
    7 pm - 9 pm

    West of Lenin
    203 N 36th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (One night only) 

    by Andrew Lum  

    Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in the video game industry? Game Development the Musical pulls back the curtain on the ups and downs of making games.

    Andrew, a brand new tester, is starting his first day at Future Games, an independent game studio that makes crappy licensed shovelware games. Will Andrew ever fulfill his dream of making AAA games at Nintendo? Nerf wars and workplace eating contests are fun, but there’s always fear of crunch time, layoffs, and unemployment!

    This is a staged reading. The focus of this performance will be on acting and singing. There will be very little choreography and no sets. After the show there will be an opportunity to provide feedback in a moderated Q&A.

    Free; RSVP here: 
    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/game-development-the-musical-staged-reading-tickets-53378631925

    CAST
    Michael Krenning | Andrew, New Tester
    Alder Strange | Ellie, Lead Artist
    Ben Wynant | Richard, CEO of Future Games
    Merideth Kirry | Leah, Executive Producer
    Annelise Martin | Pat, CEO of Big Games
    Adam Minton | John, Lead Designer
    Alex Gallo | Larry, Lead Engineer
    Aly Guiterrez | Nicole & Tester
    Gayle Hammersley | Teresa, QA Lead
    Jeremy Steckler | Engineer & BIGJUNK25

    CREW
    Andrew Lum | Book, Music & Lyrics
    Jessica Libonati | Music Director
    Madeline Stevenson | Director

     

  • MON
    18
    Bread Crumbs @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Monday Mar 18
    8 pm - 10 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/26) 

    Written & performed by Jasmine Joshua 

    The autobiographical journey of a 34-year-old parent (of twins), who came out as nonbinary a year ago and is trying to figure out what the hell that even means (like, all of it).   

    A little bit stand-up, a little bit a Moth story, and a little bit Great Theatre(tm), Jasmine covers everything from traversing transgender discovery to puking and peeing your pants in front of VIPs. We travel with Jasmine from the beginning — as they desperately search for clues from their past to 'prove' their trans-ness, to present day — where the only proving they do is bread dough. (Just kidding, they don't bake.)   

    This is an active work-in-progress, and the evening will include a performance and a guided conversation with the audience, which Jasmine will absorb and incorporate into each next performance. This iteration of the show expands upon the version originally developed at the Seattle workshop series The Scratch last summer with director Eddie DeHais.   

    Jasmine Joshua is the Founding Artistic Director of the award-winning and Gregory-nominated Reboot Theatre Company, whose mission is to test new interpretations of established works through nontraditional casting, design, and methods yet to be discovered. As an actor, they have performed roles at Book-It, Intiman, STAGEright, Theater Schmeater, Seattle Musical Theatre, Bainbridge Performing Arts, and Annex. Currently, Jasmine is writing a queer musical as a part of the The First Draft Program at The 5th Avenue Theatre, due for a professional workshop in New York this coming fall.   


    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC:  https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4094308    

     

  • TUE
    19
    Rush the Runway 2.0 @ Fremont Foundry (Sensible Theatre Co)

    Tuesday Mar 19
    7:30 pm - 12 am

    Fremont Foundry
    154 N 35th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (One night only / rescheduled from 2/19) 

    A Sensible Theatre Co. is throwing the party to shake off your winter gray and gloom at Fremont Foundry. Reach far back into your closet. That piece you've been saving for the perfect night, your most avant-garde, fashion-forward outfit you've never had the nerve to wear... That night you've been waiting for is here.

    FEATURING SEATTLE QUEER DESIGNERS:
    Jordan Christianson
    Justin Z. Couture
    Thadayus Wilson
    Jayne B Shea

    FEATURING SEATTLE QUEER ENTERTAINERS:
    The Shirtless Violinist
    Hisam Goueli
    MOD Carousel!
    Thadayus Wilson
    DJ Mixx America
    Cash Bar with Beer / Wine / Sensible Cocktails!
    Free Grub from Dick's Burgers and Top Pot Doughnuts!

    7:30P  9:00P :: A SENSIBLE COCKTAIL HOUR 
    9:00P  10:00P :: RUNWAY LEWKS & LIVE PERFORMANCES.
    10 - Midnight :: DANCE, Honey. W/ DJ Mixx America


    Tickets $25:
    https://rushtwo.brownpapertickets.com/

     

  • TUE
    19
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Tuesday Mar 19
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets  
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • TUE
    19
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Tuesday Mar 19
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • TUE
    19
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Tuesday Mar 19
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

  • WED
    20
    Always ... Patsy Cline @ Taproot

    Wednesday Mar 20
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Isaac Studio Theatre
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6) 

    by Ted Swindley 
    Directed by Karen Lund

    Patsy Cline had a singular way of telling a story. Tune in as her songs and letters weave a big-hearted tale of love and loss told through her unlikely friendship with Texas housewife, Louise Seger. This musical tribute features Cayman Ilika and Kate Jaeger, recreating the sound that captured the love of a nation with hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.”


    Tickets $35 
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/always-patsy-cline/ 

     

  • WED
    20
    We Will Not Be Silent @ Taproot

    Wednesday Mar 20
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Mainstage
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6)

    Preview performance

    by David Meyers
    Directed by Scott Nolte

    Twenty-one-year-old Sophie Scholl is a college student, anti-Nazi activist and, along with her brother, a member of The White Rose resistance. Charged with treason and held in a German prison, Sophie is forced to play a psychological game of cat and mouse as she fights for her life and soul with a Nazi interrogator. This emotionally charged story testifies to the courage required to live out your values.


    Tickets up to $34
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/we-will-not-be-silent/

     

  • WED
    20
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Wednesday Mar 20
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • WED
    20
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Wednesday Mar 20
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • WED
    20
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Wednesday Mar 20
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets  
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • WED
    20
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Wednesday Mar 20
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • WED
    20
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Wednesday Mar 20
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

  • WED
    20
    Sheathed @ Theatre Off Jackson (Macha) ($$)

    Wednesday Mar 20
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Theatre Off Jackson
    409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    PWYC performance 

    by Maggie Lee
    Directed by Amy Poisson 

    Sheathed is a tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness. Sheathed combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    In the aftermath of a devastating war between clans, two swordswomen try to find their way forward in this strange new world of peace: one trying to escape her past, and the other driven by an inherited thirst for revenge. When your very existence is defined by your blade, how do you keep the violence within yourself sheathed? A tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness, “Sheathed” combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    STARRING: Ayo Tushinde, Sunam Ellis, Fune Tautala, Maile Wong, Natalie Berg, Isis King, Dylan Smith

    PRODUCTION TEAM: Amy Poisson (Director), Anna Ly (Assistant Director), Parmida Ziaei (Scenic & Props Design), Johanna Melamed (Sound Design), Jocelyne Fowler (Costume Design), May Nguyen Lee (Stage Combat Designer), Alyza Del-pan Monley (Movement Choreographer), Alison Kozar (Co-Stage Manager), Kirk Vande Brake (Co-Stage Manager), with original music composed and performed by Leanna Keith (Music Director).


    Tickets PWYC for this performance 
    https://www.machatheatreworks.com/tickets

     

  • THU
    21
    Intersections Festival Showcase @ Youngstown

    Thursday Mar 21
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
    4408 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106, USA

    (Thru 3/24; different shows each night) 

    The second annual, four-day Intersections Festival features comedy-related acts from Seattle’s best and brightest POC, Queer, Trans, non-binary, and neurodiverse performers, in the fields of improv, sketch, stand-up, burlesque, storytelling, spoken word, music, theatre, and dance. 

    Different performers at each of 7 showcases. See festival lineup & performer bios here, and individual show lineups at ticket link below. 
    https://www.intersectionsfestival.com/lineup

    Tickets $12 per show 
    https://www.intersectionsfestival.com/tickets

     

  • THU
    21
    Always ... Patsy Cline @ Taproot

    Thursday Mar 21
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Isaac Studio Theatre
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6) 

    by Ted Swindley 
    Directed by Karen Lund

    Patsy Cline had a singular way of telling a story. Tune in as her songs and letters weave a big-hearted tale of love and loss told through her unlikely friendship with Texas housewife, Louise Seger. This musical tribute features Cayman Ilika and Kate Jaeger, recreating the sound that captured the love of a nation with hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.”


    Tickets $35 
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/always-patsy-cline/ 

     

  • THU
    21
    We Will Not Be Silent @ Taproot

    Thursday Mar 21
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Mainstage
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6)

    Preview performance

    by David Meyers
    Directed by Scott Nolte

    Twenty-one-year-old Sophie Scholl is a college student, anti-Nazi activist and, along with her brother, a member of The White Rose resistance. Charged with treason and held in a German prison, Sophie is forced to play a psychological game of cat and mouse as she fights for her life and soul with a Nazi interrogator. This emotionally charged story testifies to the courage required to live out your values.


    Tickets up to $34
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/we-will-not-be-silent/

     

  • THU
    21
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Thursday Mar 21
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • THU
    21
    A Little Night Music @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma) ($$)

    Thursday Mar 21
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Tacoma Little Theatre
    210 N I St, Tacoma, WA 98403, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    PWYC performance 

    by Stephen Sondheim
    Directed by John Munn
    Musical direction by Deborah Lynn Armstrong

    In 1900 Sweden, on a magical night that smiles three times, an aging actress, a married virgin, a sex-starved divinity student, and a buffoonish count find themselves hilariously tangled in a web of love affairs. Delightful, charming and at times heartbreaking, with gorgeous, lush music, including “A Weekend in the Country,” “Liaisons” and the seminal “Send in the Clowns,” A Little Night Music is a coupling (and uncoupling) tour-de-force. Winner of four Tony Awards. 

    Tickets $27; PWYC at the door (3/21 only)  
    https://www.tacomalittletheatre.com/

     

  • THU
    21
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Thursday Mar 21
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • THU
    21
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Thursday Mar 21
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets  
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • THU
    21
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Thursday Mar 21
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • THU
    21
    John @ ArtsWest

    Thursday Mar 21
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 4/7) 

    by Annie Baker
    Directed by Erin Murray

    At a weekend bed & breakfast, the shadow of infidelity hangs over a young couple struggling to rebuild their relationship – when the elderly owner shares her own memories, ghosts real and imagined arrive to haunt the living. Blending keen realism with the eerily supernatural, this quiet tale from a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright is unafraid to seek beauty in one of the most startling places: the solitude of human experience.

    Time Magazine – 10 Best Shows of 2015
    Nominated for 6 Drama Desk Awards
    Nominated for 5 Lucille Lortel Awards

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

     

  • THU
    21
    Trevor @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Thursday Mar 21
    8 pm - 10 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    by Nick Jones 
    Directed by Julie Beckman 

    Inspired by true events, Trevor is a MAP-flavored tragicomedy about fame, success, and the lies we tell ourselves. At the center of this world are two individuals fighting against a world unable to understand their love: Trevor, an almost-famous chimpanzee, and his owner & 'mom' Sandra. Sandra knows Trevor would never hurt a fly ... not on purpose, anyway. A moving exploration of family, flawed communication, and humanity.

    CAST:
    Michael D. Blum
    Jesse Calixto
    Danielle Daggerty
    Teri Lazzara
    Brandon Ryan
    Zenaida Rose Smith

    PRODUCTION & DESIGN STAFF:
    Props Design: Jessamyn Bateman-Iino
    Lighting Design: Levi Plumb
    Stage Manager: Sarah Ross
    Sound Design: Mario Gomez
    Costume Design: Corinne Magin
    Scenic Design: Robin Macartney
    Dramaturgy: Peggy Gannon

    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC: 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4053490

     

  • THU
    21
    Sheathed @ Theatre Off Jackson (Macha)

    Thursday Mar 21
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Theatre Off Jackson
    409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    by Maggie Lee
    Directed by Amy Poisson 

    Sheathed is a tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness. Sheathed combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    In the aftermath of a devastating war between clans, two swordswomen try to find their way forward in this strange new world of peace: one trying to escape her past, and the other driven by an inherited thirst for revenge. When your very existence is defined by your blade, how do you keep the violence within yourself sheathed? A tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness, “Sheathed” combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    STARRING: Ayo Tushinde, Sunam Ellis, Fune Tautala, Maile Wong, Natalie Berg, Isis King, Dylan Smith

    PRODUCTION TEAM: Amy Poisson (Director), Anna Ly (Assistant Director), Parmida Ziaei (Scenic & Props Design), Johanna Melamed (Sound Design), Jocelyne Fowler (Costume Design), May Nguyen Lee (Stage Combat Designer), Alyza Del-pan Monley (Movement Choreographer), Alison Kozar (Co-Stage Manager), Kirk Vande Brake (Co-Stage Manager), with original music composed and performed by Leanna Keith (Music Director).


    Tickets $25 
    https://www.machatheatreworks.com/tickets

     

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    59°/53°
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    Intersections Festival Showcase @ Youngstown

    Friday Mar 22
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
    4408 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106, USA

    (Thru 3/24; different shows each night) 

    The second annual, four-day Intersections Festival features comedy-related acts from Seattle’s best and brightest POC, Queer, Trans, non-binary, and neurodiverse performers, in the fields of improv, sketch, stand-up, burlesque, storytelling, spoken word, music, theatre, and dance. 

    Different performers at each of 7 showcases. See festival lineup & performer bios here, and individual show lineups at ticket link below. 
    https://www.intersectionsfestival.com/lineup

    Tickets $12 per show 
    https://www.intersectionsfestival.com/tickets

     

  • FRI
    22
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Friday Mar 22
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • FRI
    22
    A Little Night Music @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)

    Friday Mar 22
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Tacoma Little Theatre
    210 N I St, Tacoma, WA 98403, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by Stephen Sondheim
    Directed by John Munn
    Musical direction by Deborah Lynn Armstrong

    In 1900 Sweden, on a magical night that smiles three times, an aging actress, a married virgin, a sex-starved divinity student, and a buffoonish count find themselves hilariously tangled in a web of love affairs. Delightful, charming and at times heartbreaking, with gorgeous, lush music, including “A Weekend in the Country,” “Liaisons” and the seminal “Send in the Clowns,” A Little Night Music is a coupling (and uncoupling) tour-de-force. Winner of four Tony Awards. 

    Tickets $27 
    https://www.tacomalittletheatre.com/

     

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    22
    All that Glitters: A Rock Legend @ Village First Stage (Issaquah)

    Friday Mar 22
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Village Theatre First Stage
    120 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    A staged reading of a KIDSTAGE Originals musical, All That Glitters: A Rock Legend is a brand new musical that takes a modern twist on the Greek fable of King Midas. The Gods have given Michael Dasmen a gift, but as he ascends to the golden throne of stardom, relationships with those closest to him begin to fade away. With his Golden touch he makes his way to becoming the next god of Rock - but at what cost? All That Glitters: A Rock Legend is written by teens with professional mentorship.


    Tickets $13
    https://villagetheatre.org/issaquah/kidstage-all-that-glitters.php

     

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    22
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Friday Mar 22
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

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    22
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Friday Mar 22
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

  • FRI
    22
    John @ ArtsWest

    Friday Mar 22
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 4/7) 

    by Annie Baker
    Directed by Erin Murray

    At a weekend bed & breakfast, the shadow of infidelity hangs over a young couple struggling to rebuild their relationship – when the elderly owner shares her own memories, ghosts real and imagined arrive to haunt the living. Blending keen realism with the eerily supernatural, this quiet tale from a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright is unafraid to seek beauty in one of the most startling places: the solitude of human experience.

    Time Magazine – 10 Best Shows of 2015
    Nominated for 6 Drama Desk Awards
    Nominated for 5 Lucille Lortel Awards

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

     

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    22
    Always ... Patsy Cline @ Taproot

    Friday Mar 22
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Isaac Studio Theatre
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6) 

    by Ted Swindley 
    Directed by Karen Lund

    Patsy Cline had a singular way of telling a story. Tune in as her songs and letters weave a big-hearted tale of love and loss told through her unlikely friendship with Texas housewife, Louise Seger. This musical tribute features Cayman Ilika and Kate Jaeger, recreating the sound that captured the love of a nation with hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.”


    Tickets $35 
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/always-patsy-cline/ 

     

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    22
    We Will Not Be Silent @ Taproot

    Friday Mar 22
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Mainstage
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6)

    by David Meyers
    Directed by Scott Nolte

    Twenty-one-year-old Sophie Scholl is a college student, anti-Nazi activist and, along with her brother, a member of The White Rose resistance. Charged with treason and held in a German prison, Sophie is forced to play a psychological game of cat and mouse as she fights for her life and soul with a Nazi interrogator. This emotionally charged story testifies to the courage required to live out your values.


    Tickets up to $50
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/we-will-not-be-silent/

     

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    22
    Trevor @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Friday Mar 22
    8 pm - 10 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    by Nick Jones 
    Directed by Julie Beckman 

    Inspired by true events, Trevor is a MAP-flavored tragicomedy about fame, success, and the lies we tell ourselves. At the center of this world are two individuals fighting against a world unable to understand their love: Trevor, an almost-famous chimpanzee, and his owner & 'mom' Sandra. Sandra knows Trevor would never hurt a fly ... not on purpose, anyway. A moving exploration of family, flawed communication, and humanity.

    CAST:
    Michael D. Blum
    Jesse Calixto
    Danielle Daggerty
    Teri Lazzara
    Brandon Ryan
    Zenaida Rose Smith

    PRODUCTION & DESIGN STAFF:
    Props Design: Jessamyn Bateman-Iino
    Lighting Design: Levi Plumb
    Stage Manager: Sarah Ross
    Sound Design: Mario Gomez
    Costume Design: Corinne Magin
    Scenic Design: Robin Macartney
    Dramaturgy: Peggy Gannon

    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC: 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4053490

     

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    22
    Sheathed @ Theatre Off Jackson (Macha)

    Friday Mar 22
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Theatre Off Jackson
    409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    by Maggie Lee
    Directed by Amy Poisson 

    Sheathed is a tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness. Sheathed combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    In the aftermath of a devastating war between clans, two swordswomen try to find their way forward in this strange new world of peace: one trying to escape her past, and the other driven by an inherited thirst for revenge. When your very existence is defined by your blade, how do you keep the violence within yourself sheathed? A tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness, “Sheathed” combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    STARRING: Ayo Tushinde, Sunam Ellis, Fune Tautala, Maile Wong, Natalie Berg, Isis King, Dylan Smith

    PRODUCTION TEAM: Amy Poisson (Director), Anna Ly (Assistant Director), Parmida Ziaei (Scenic & Props Design), Johanna Melamed (Sound Design), Jocelyne Fowler (Costume Design), May Nguyen Lee (Stage Combat Designer), Alyza Del-pan Monley (Movement Choreographer), Alison Kozar (Co-Stage Manager), Kirk Vande Brake (Co-Stage Manager), with original music composed and performed by Leanna Keith (Music Director).


    Tickets $25 
    https://www.machatheatreworks.com/tickets

     

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    22
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Friday Mar 22
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • FRI
    22
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Friday Mar 22
    8 pm - 10 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

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    Partly cloudy skies
    61°/49°
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    23
    Always ... Patsy Cline @ Taproot

    Saturday Mar 23
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Isaac Studio Theatre
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6) 

    by Ted Swindley 
    Directed by Karen Lund

    Patsy Cline had a singular way of telling a story. Tune in as her songs and letters weave a big-hearted tale of love and loss told through her unlikely friendship with Texas housewife, Louise Seger. This musical tribute features Cayman Ilika and Kate Jaeger, recreating the sound that captured the love of a nation with hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.”


    Tickets $35 
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/always-patsy-cline/ 

     

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    23
    We Will Not Be Silent @ Taproot

    Saturday Mar 23
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Mainstage
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6)

    by David Meyers
    Directed by Scott Nolte

    Twenty-one-year-old Sophie Scholl is a college student, anti-Nazi activist and, along with her brother, a member of The White Rose resistance. Charged with treason and held in a German prison, Sophie is forced to play a psychological game of cat and mouse as she fights for her life and soul with a Nazi interrogator. This emotionally charged story testifies to the courage required to live out your values.


    Tickets up to $50
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/we-will-not-be-silent/

     

  • SAT
    23
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Saturday Mar 23
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • SAT
    23
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Saturday Mar 23
    2 pm - 4 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SAT
    23
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Saturday Mar 23
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • SAT
    23
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Saturday Mar 23
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

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    23
    Intersections Festival Showcase @ Youngstown

    Saturday Mar 23
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
    4408 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106, USA

    (Thru 3/24; different shows each night) 

    The second annual, four-day Intersections Festival features comedy-related acts from Seattle’s best and brightest POC, Queer, Trans, non-binary, and neurodiverse performers, in the fields of improv, sketch, stand-up, burlesque, storytelling, spoken word, music, theatre, and dance. 

    Different performers at each of 7 showcases. See festival lineup & performer bios here, and individual show lineups at ticket link below. 
    https://www.intersectionsfestival.com/lineup

    Tickets $12 per show 
    https://www.intersectionsfestival.com/tickets

     

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    23
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Saturday Mar 23
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

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    23
    A Little Night Music @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)

    Saturday Mar 23
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Tacoma Little Theatre
    210 N I St, Tacoma, WA 98403, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by Stephen Sondheim
    Directed by John Munn
    Musical direction by Deborah Lynn Armstrong

    In 1900 Sweden, on a magical night that smiles three times, an aging actress, a married virgin, a sex-starved divinity student, and a buffoonish count find themselves hilariously tangled in a web of love affairs. Delightful, charming and at times heartbreaking, with gorgeous, lush music, including “A Weekend in the Country,” “Liaisons” and the seminal “Send in the Clowns,” A Little Night Music is a coupling (and uncoupling) tour-de-force. Winner of four Tony Awards. 

    Tickets $27 
    https://www.tacomalittletheatre.com/

     

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    23
    All that Glitters: A Rock Legend @ Village First Stage (Issaquah)

    Saturday Mar 23
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Village Theatre First Stage
    120 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    A staged reading of a KIDSTAGE Originals musical, All That Glitters: A Rock Legend is a brand new musical that takes a modern twist on the Greek fable of King Midas. The Gods have given Michael Dasmen a gift, but as he ascends to the golden throne of stardom, relationships with those closest to him begin to fade away. With his Golden touch he makes his way to becoming the next god of Rock - but at what cost? All That Glitters: A Rock Legend is written by teens with professional mentorship.


    Tickets $13
    https://villagetheatre.org/issaquah/kidstage-all-that-glitters.php

     

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    23
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Saturday Mar 23
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

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    23
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Saturday Mar 23
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

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    23
    John @ ArtsWest

    Saturday Mar 23
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 4/7) 

    by Annie Baker
    Directed by Erin Murray

    At a weekend bed & breakfast, the shadow of infidelity hangs over a young couple struggling to rebuild their relationship – when the elderly owner shares her own memories, ghosts real and imagined arrive to haunt the living. Blending keen realism with the eerily supernatural, this quiet tale from a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright is unafraid to seek beauty in one of the most startling places: the solitude of human experience.

    Time Magazine – 10 Best Shows of 2015
    Nominated for 6 Drama Desk Awards
    Nominated for 5 Lucille Lortel Awards

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

     

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    23
    Always ... Patsy Cline @ Taproot

    Saturday Mar 23
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Isaac Studio Theatre
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6) 

    by Ted Swindley 
    Directed by Karen Lund

    Patsy Cline had a singular way of telling a story. Tune in as her songs and letters weave a big-hearted tale of love and loss told through her unlikely friendship with Texas housewife, Louise Seger. This musical tribute features Cayman Ilika and Kate Jaeger, recreating the sound that captured the love of a nation with hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.”


    Tickets $35 
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/always-patsy-cline/ 

     

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    23
    We Will Not Be Silent @ Taproot

    Saturday Mar 23
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Mainstage
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6)

    by David Meyers
    Directed by Scott Nolte

    Twenty-one-year-old Sophie Scholl is a college student, anti-Nazi activist and, along with her brother, a member of The White Rose resistance. Charged with treason and held in a German prison, Sophie is forced to play a psychological game of cat and mouse as she fights for her life and soul with a Nazi interrogator. This emotionally charged story testifies to the courage required to live out your values.


    Tickets up to $50
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/we-will-not-be-silent/

     

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    23
    Trevor @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Saturday Mar 23
    8 pm - 10 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    by Nick Jones 
    Directed by Julie Beckman 

    Inspired by true events, Trevor is a MAP-flavored tragicomedy about fame, success, and the lies we tell ourselves. At the center of this world are two individuals fighting against a world unable to understand their love: Trevor, an almost-famous chimpanzee, and his owner & 'mom' Sandra. Sandra knows Trevor would never hurt a fly ... not on purpose, anyway. A moving exploration of family, flawed communication, and humanity.

    CAST:
    Michael D. Blum
    Jesse Calixto
    Danielle Daggerty
    Teri Lazzara
    Brandon Ryan
    Zenaida Rose Smith

    PRODUCTION & DESIGN STAFF:
    Props Design: Jessamyn Bateman-Iino
    Lighting Design: Levi Plumb
    Stage Manager: Sarah Ross
    Sound Design: Mario Gomez
    Costume Design: Corinne Magin
    Scenic Design: Robin Macartney
    Dramaturgy: Peggy Gannon

    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC: 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4053490

     

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    23
    Sheathed @ Theatre Off Jackson (Macha)

    Saturday Mar 23
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Theatre Off Jackson
    409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    by Maggie Lee
    Directed by Amy Poisson 

    Sheathed is a tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness. Sheathed combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    In the aftermath of a devastating war between clans, two swordswomen try to find their way forward in this strange new world of peace: one trying to escape her past, and the other driven by an inherited thirst for revenge. When your very existence is defined by your blade, how do you keep the violence within yourself sheathed? A tale of an unlikely friendship tested by the bonds of honor and the terrible price of forgiveness, “Sheathed” combines movement and storytelling in an exciting new way to explore the emotional depths of why we fight.

    STARRING: Ayo Tushinde, Sunam Ellis, Fune Tautala, Maile Wong, Natalie Berg, Isis King, Dylan Smith

    PRODUCTION TEAM: Amy Poisson (Director), Anna Ly (Assistant Director), Parmida Ziaei (Scenic & Props Design), Johanna Melamed (Sound Design), Jocelyne Fowler (Costume Design), May Nguyen Lee (Stage Combat Designer), Alyza Del-pan Monley (Movement Choreographer), Alison Kozar (Co-Stage Manager), Kirk Vande Brake (Co-Stage Manager), with original music composed and performed by Leanna Keith (Music Director).


    Tickets $25 
    https://www.machatheatreworks.com/tickets

     

  • SAT
    23
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Saturday Mar 23
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • SAT
    23
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Saturday Mar 23
    8 pm - 10 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SUN
    24
    Overcast skies
    62°/49°
  • SUN
    24
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Sunday Mar 24
    2 pm - 4 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • SUN
    24
    Intersections Festival Showcase @ Youngstown

    Sunday Mar 24
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
    4408 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106, USA

    (Thru 3/24; different shows each night) 

    The second annual, four-day Intersections Festival features comedy-related acts from Seattle’s best and brightest POC, Queer, Trans, non-binary, and neurodiverse performers, in the fields of improv, sketch, stand-up, burlesque, storytelling, spoken word, music, theatre, and dance. 

    Different performers at each of 7 showcases. See festival lineup & performer bios here, and individual show lineups at ticket link below. 
    https://www.intersectionsfestival.com/lineup

    Tickets $12 per show 
    https://www.intersectionsfestival.com/tickets

     

  • SUN
    24
    A Little Night Music @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)

    Sunday Mar 24
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Tacoma Little Theatre
    210 N I St, Tacoma, WA 98403, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by Stephen Sondheim
    Directed by John Munn
    Musical direction by Deborah Lynn Armstrong

    In 1900 Sweden, on a magical night that smiles three times, an aging actress, a married virgin, a sex-starved divinity student, and a buffoonish count find themselves hilariously tangled in a web of love affairs. Delightful, charming and at times heartbreaking, with gorgeous, lush music, including “A Weekend in the Country,” “Liaisons” and the seminal “Send in the Clowns,” A Little Night Music is a coupling (and uncoupling) tour-de-force. Winner of four Tony Awards. 

    Tickets $27 
    https://www.tacomalittletheatre.com/

     

  • SUN
    24
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Sunday Mar 24
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • SUN
    24
    All that Glitters: A Rock Legend @ Village First Stage (Issaquah)

    Sunday Mar 24
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Village Theatre First Stage
    120 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    A staged reading of a KIDSTAGE Originals musical, All That Glitters: A Rock Legend is a brand new musical that takes a modern twist on the Greek fable of King Midas. The Gods have given Michael Dasmen a gift, but as he ascends to the golden throne of stardom, relationships with those closest to him begin to fade away. With his Golden touch he makes his way to becoming the next god of Rock - but at what cost? All That Glitters: A Rock Legend is written by teens with professional mentorship.


    Tickets $13
    https://villagetheatre.org/issaquah/kidstage-all-that-glitters.php

     

  • SUN
    24
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Sunday Mar 24
    2 pm - 4 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SUN
    24
    The Woman in Black @ Seattle Rep

    Sunday Mar 24
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 3/24)

    Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt
    Directed by Robin Herford
    Based on the book by Susan Hill 

    In the village of Crythin Gifford, the wind howls across the moors and fog creeps mysteriously around the town spires. At the edge of the village’s cemetery, young lawyer Arthur Kipps glimpses the figure of a woman, garbed all in black, and is drawn into Crythin’s cursed and haunted history. Susan Hill’s gothic ghost story, The Woman in Black, comes to spine-tingling life in this cunning stage adaptation that left London’s West End theatregoers enthralled. 


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/WB/Synopsis

     

  • SUN
    24
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Sunday Mar 24
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

  • SUN
    24
    John @ ArtsWest

    Sunday Mar 24
    3 pm - 5 pm

    ArtsWest
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 4/7) 

    by Annie Baker
    Directed by Erin Murray

    At a weekend bed & breakfast, the shadow of infidelity hangs over a young couple struggling to rebuild their relationship – when the elderly owner shares her own memories, ghosts real and imagined arrive to haunt the living. Blending keen realism with the eerily supernatural, this quiet tale from a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright is unafraid to seek beauty in one of the most startling places: the solitude of human experience.

    Time Magazine – 10 Best Shows of 2015
    Nominated for 6 Drama Desk Awards
    Nominated for 5 Lucille Lortel Awards

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

     

  • SUN
    24
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Sunday Mar 24
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • SUN
    24
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Sunday Mar 24
    7 pm - 9 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SUN
    24
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Sunday Mar 24
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

  • MON
    25
    Cloudy skies
    55°/44°
  • MON
    25
    In SEAtu: Coffee @ Capitol Cider (Marisol Makes) ($$)

    Monday Mar 25
    6 pm - 7 pm

    Capitol Cider
    818 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (One night only; part of a four-part series) 

    The bouffons have landed in Seattle to observe and mimic foibles of human behavior. Allergic to apathy, they challenge politeness, expose uncomfortable truths, and acknowledge the beauty and tragic histories of our beloved icons.

    They have felt the drizzle, sniffed that coffee aroma, gorged on Omega3s, and splendored in the grass. Join them as they celebrate. 

    NOTE: venus is 21+ 


    Tickets up to $25 (sliding scale, PWYC), not yet available. 

    Series dates: 

    In SEAtu: Rain – Weds, Feb 27 @ 6pm; Thurs, Feb 28 @ 5:30pm
    In SEAtu: Coffee – Mon, Mar 25 @ 6pm and 7:30pm (coming soon)
    In SEAtu: Salmon – Mon, Apr 29 @ 6pm and 7:30pm (coming soon)
    In SEAtu: Weed – Weds, May 29 @ 6pm and Thursday, May 30 @ 6pm (coming soon)

     

  • MON
    25
    I Wanna F*** Like Romeo & Juliet @ U Heights (Pork Filled) ($$)

    Monday Mar 25
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    University Heights Center - Auditorium
    5031 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105, USA

    (One night only; part of the 2019 series Unleashed: New Pulp Stories for the 21st Century) 

    by Andrew Rincón 
    Directed by Ana Maria Compoy

    Unleashed, a staged reading new works festival, opens with I Wanna Fuck Like Romeo and Juliet, winner of the 2019/20 New Light New Voices Award, by New York based playwright Andrew Rincón. The world is thrown into chaos as Cupid rips off her wings and gives up on love. But Saint Valentine has a plan to bring her spirits back up; and it involves mending the relationship between two men. From outer space to Hackensack NJ, this is a Queer love story of epic proportions that investigates the shame and joy within Queer love of color.

    Tickets $5-$15 (sliding scale) 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4073005

     

  • MON
    25
    In SEAtu: Coffee @ Capitol Cider (Marisol Makes) ($$)

    Monday Mar 25
    7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

    Capitol Cider
    818 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (One night only; part of a four-part series) 

    The bouffons have landed in Seattle to observe and mimic foibles of human behavior. Allergic to apathy, they challenge politeness, expose uncomfortable truths, and acknowledge the beauty and tragic histories of our beloved icons.

    They have felt the drizzle, sniffed that coffee aroma, gorged on Omega3s, and splendored in the grass. Join them as they celebrate. 

    NOTE: venus is 21+ 


    Tickets up to $25 (sliding scale, PWYC), not yet available. 

    Series dates: 

    In SEAtu: Rain – Weds, Feb 27 @ 6pm; Thurs, Feb 28 @ 5:30pm
    In SEAtu: Coffee – Mon, Mar 25 @ 6pm and 7:30pm (coming soon)
    In SEAtu: Salmon – Mon, Apr 29 @ 6pm and 7:30pm (coming soon)
    In SEAtu: Weed – Weds, May 29 @ 6pm and Thursday, May 30 @ 6pm (coming soon)

     

  • MON
    25
    Bread Crumbs @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Monday Mar 25
    8 pm - 10 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/26) 

    Written & performed by Jasmine Joshua 

    The autobiographical journey of a 34-year-old parent (of twins), who came out as nonbinary a year ago and is trying to figure out what the hell that even means (like, all of it).   

    A little bit stand-up, a little bit a Moth story, and a little bit Great Theatre(tm), Jasmine covers everything from traversing transgender discovery to puking and peeing your pants in front of VIPs. We travel with Jasmine from the beginning — as they desperately search for clues from their past to 'prove' their trans-ness, to present day — where the only proving they do is bread dough. (Just kidding, they don't bake.)   

    This is an active work-in-progress, and the evening will include a performance and a guided conversation with the audience, which Jasmine will absorb and incorporate into each next performance. This iteration of the show expands upon the version originally developed at the Seattle workshop series The Scratch last summer with director Eddie DeHais.   

    Jasmine Joshua is the Founding Artistic Director of the award-winning and Gregory-nominated Reboot Theatre Company, whose mission is to test new interpretations of established works through nontraditional casting, design, and methods yet to be discovered. As an actor, they have performed roles at Book-It, Intiman, STAGEright, Theater Schmeater, Seattle Musical Theatre, Bainbridge Performing Arts, and Annex. Currently, Jasmine is writing a queer musical as a part of the The First Draft Program at The 5th Avenue Theatre, due for a professional workshop in New York this coming fall.   


    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC:  https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4094308    

     

  • TUE
    26
    Cloudy skies
    56°/44°
  • TUE
    26
    We Will Not Be Silent @ Taproot

    Tuesday Mar 26
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Mainstage
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6)

    by David Meyers
    Directed by Scott Nolte

    Twenty-one-year-old Sophie Scholl is a college student, anti-Nazi activist and, along with her brother, a member of The White Rose resistance. Charged with treason and held in a German prison, Sophie is forced to play a psychological game of cat and mouse as she fights for her life and soul with a Nazi interrogator. This emotionally charged story testifies to the courage required to live out your values.


    Tickets up to $50
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/we-will-not-be-silent/

     

  • TUE
    26
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Tuesday Mar 26
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

  • TUE
    26
    Bread Crumbs @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Tuesday Mar 26
    8 pm - 10 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/26) 

    Written & performed by Jasmine Joshua 

    The autobiographical journey of a 34-year-old parent (of twins), who came out as nonbinary a year ago and is trying to figure out what the hell that even means (like, all of it).   

    A little bit stand-up, a little bit a Moth story, and a little bit Great Theatre(tm), Jasmine covers everything from traversing transgender discovery to puking and peeing your pants in front of VIPs. We travel with Jasmine from the beginning — as they desperately search for clues from their past to 'prove' their trans-ness, to present day — where the only proving they do is bread dough. (Just kidding, they don't bake.)   

    This is an active work-in-progress, and the evening will include a performance and a guided conversation with the audience, which Jasmine will absorb and incorporate into each next performance. This iteration of the show expands upon the version originally developed at the Seattle workshop series The Scratch last summer with director Eddie DeHais.   

    Jasmine Joshua is the Founding Artistic Director of the award-winning and Gregory-nominated Reboot Theatre Company, whose mission is to test new interpretations of established works through nontraditional casting, design, and methods yet to be discovered. As an actor, they have performed roles at Book-It, Intiman, STAGEright, Theater Schmeater, Seattle Musical Theatre, Bainbridge Performing Arts, and Annex. Currently, Jasmine is writing a queer musical as a part of the The First Draft Program at The 5th Avenue Theatre, due for a professional workshop in New York this coming fall.   


    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC:  https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4094308    

     

  • WED
    27
    Clear skies
    51°/43°
  • WED
    27
    Always ... Patsy Cline @ Taproot

    Wednesday Mar 27
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Isaac Studio Theatre
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6) 

    by Ted Swindley 
    Directed by Karen Lund

    Patsy Cline had a singular way of telling a story. Tune in as her songs and letters weave a big-hearted tale of love and loss told through her unlikely friendship with Texas housewife, Louise Seger. This musical tribute features Cayman Ilika and Kate Jaeger, recreating the sound that captured the love of a nation with hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.”


    Tickets $35 
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/always-patsy-cline/ 

     

  • WED
    27
    We Will Not Be Silent @ Taproot ($$)

    Wednesday Mar 27
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Mainstage
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6)

    PWYC performance

    by David Meyers
    Directed by Scott Nolte

    Twenty-one-year-old Sophie Scholl is a college student, anti-Nazi activist and, along with her brother, a member of The White Rose resistance. Charged with treason and held in a German prison, Sophie is forced to play a psychological game of cat and mouse as she fights for her life and soul with a Nazi interrogator. This emotionally charged story testifies to the courage required to live out your values.

    Tickets PWYC, see ticketing info here:
    http://taproottheatre.org/pay-what-you-can-info-faq/

    Show info here:
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/we-will-not-be-silent/

     

  • WED
    27
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Wednesday Mar 27
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • WED
    27
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Wednesday Mar 27
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • WED
    27
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Wednesday Mar 27
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets  
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • WED
    27
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Wednesday Mar 27
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

  • THU
    28
    Cloudy skies
    59°/44°
  • THU
    28
    Seattle Playwrights Salon @ Palace ($$)

    Thursday Mar 28
    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.

    This month's selection:

    The Future's So Bright
    by Michael Mendiola 

    MARTI is trapped in an Off-Off-Broadway theater and is certain that solving the equation for predicting prime numbers is the key to his freedom. That, and to understanding random events. All random events. Unfortunately, solving this equation requires help from his like-minded companions—an agoraphobic theater tech and a secluded mathematician—both of whom are in danger of succumbing to the most random event of all: falling in love.

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

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

     

  • THU
    28
    Always ... Patsy Cline @ Taproot

    Thursday Mar 28
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Isaac Studio Theatre
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6) 

    by Ted Swindley 
    Directed by Karen Lund

    Patsy Cline had a singular way of telling a story. Tune in as her songs and letters weave a big-hearted tale of love and loss told through her unlikely friendship with Texas housewife, Louise Seger. This musical tribute features Cayman Ilika and Kate Jaeger, recreating the sound that captured the love of a nation with hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.”


    Tickets $35 
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/always-patsy-cline/ 

     

  • THU
    28
    We Will Not Be Silent @ Taproot

    Thursday Mar 28
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Mainstage
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6)

    by David Meyers
    Directed by Scott Nolte

    Twenty-one-year-old Sophie Scholl is a college student, anti-Nazi activist and, along with her brother, a member of The White Rose resistance. Charged with treason and held in a German prison, Sophie is forced to play a psychological game of cat and mouse as she fights for her life and soul with a Nazi interrogator. This emotionally charged story testifies to the courage required to live out your values.


    Tickets up to $50
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/we-will-not-be-silent/

     

  • THU
    28
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Thursday Mar 28
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • THU
    28
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Thursday Mar 28
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • THU
    28
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Thursday Mar 28
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets  
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • THU
    28
    Young Playwrights Festival: A @ ACT

    Thursday Mar 28
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    The 17th annual Young Playwrights Festival showcases eight talented writers, aged 13-18, paired with a professional team of local directors and actors to bring their new plays to life on stage.

    Program A: 

    Watson and Sherlock by Safiya Warsame, TOPS K-8
    Reality by Maddie Corn, Shorewood High School
    Close to Home by Amy Pham, Franklin High School
    The End of the World is Brought to You by… by Ellric Smith, NOVA Project 

    Tickets $10
    https://order.acttheatre.org/ypfa/11162

     

  • THU
    28
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Thursday Mar 28
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

  • THU
    28
    John @ ArtsWest

    Thursday Mar 28
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 4/7) 

    by Annie Baker
    Directed by Erin Murray

    At a weekend bed & breakfast, the shadow of infidelity hangs over a young couple struggling to rebuild their relationship – when the elderly owner shares her own memories, ghosts real and imagined arrive to haunt the living. Blending keen realism with the eerily supernatural, this quiet tale from a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright is unafraid to seek beauty in one of the most startling places: the solitude of human experience.

    Time Magazine – 10 Best Shows of 2015
    Nominated for 6 Drama Desk Awards
    Nominated for 5 Lucille Lortel Awards

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

     

  • THU
    28
    Trevor @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Thursday Mar 28
    8 pm - 10 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    by Nick Jones 
    Directed by Julie Beckman 

    Inspired by true events, Trevor is a MAP-flavored tragicomedy about fame, success, and the lies we tell ourselves. At the center of this world are two individuals fighting against a world unable to understand their love: Trevor, an almost-famous chimpanzee, and his owner & 'mom' Sandra. Sandra knows Trevor would never hurt a fly ... not on purpose, anyway. A moving exploration of family, flawed communication, and humanity.

    CAST:
    Michael D. Blum
    Jesse Calixto
    Danielle Daggerty
    Teri Lazzara
    Brandon Ryan
    Zenaida Rose Smith

    PRODUCTION & DESIGN STAFF:
    Props Design: Jessamyn Bateman-Iino
    Lighting Design: Levi Plumb
    Stage Manager: Sarah Ross
    Sound Design: Mario Gomez
    Costume Design: Corinne Magin
    Scenic Design: Robin Macartney
    Dramaturgy: Peggy Gannon

    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC: 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4053490

     

  • FRI
    29
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Friday Mar 29
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • FRI
    29
    A Little Night Music @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)

    Friday Mar 29
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Tacoma Little Theatre
    210 N I St, Tacoma, WA 98403, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by Stephen Sondheim
    Directed by John Munn
    Musical direction by Deborah Lynn Armstrong

    In 1900 Sweden, on a magical night that smiles three times, an aging actress, a married virgin, a sex-starved divinity student, and a buffoonish count find themselves hilariously tangled in a web of love affairs. Delightful, charming and at times heartbreaking, with gorgeous, lush music, including “A Weekend in the Country,” “Liaisons” and the seminal “Send in the Clowns,” A Little Night Music is a coupling (and uncoupling) tour-de-force. Winner of four Tony Awards. 

    Tickets $27 
    https://www.tacomalittletheatre.com/

     

  • FRI
    29
    Young Playwrights Festival: B @ ACT

    Friday Mar 29
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    The 17th annual Young Playwrights Festival showcases eight talented writers, aged 13-18, paired with a professional team of local directors and actors to bring their new plays to life on stage.

    Program B: 

    Long Live the Dust by Frances Laughlin & Julia Parks, Explorer West Middle School
    The Star by Joshua Davis, Garfield High School
    Invisible by Eva Gugsa, Garfield High School
    Finding His Voice by Ashton Hamilton, Ballard High School

    Tickets $10
    https://order.acttheatre.org/ypfa/11162

     

  • FRI
    29
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Friday Mar 29
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

  • FRI
    29
    John @ ArtsWest

    Friday Mar 29
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 4/7) 

    by Annie Baker
    Directed by Erin Murray

    At a weekend bed & breakfast, the shadow of infidelity hangs over a young couple struggling to rebuild their relationship – when the elderly owner shares her own memories, ghosts real and imagined arrive to haunt the living. Blending keen realism with the eerily supernatural, this quiet tale from a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright is unafraid to seek beauty in one of the most startling places: the solitude of human experience.

    Time Magazine – 10 Best Shows of 2015
    Nominated for 6 Drama Desk Awards
    Nominated for 5 Lucille Lortel Awards

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

     

  • FRI
    29
    Always ... Patsy Cline @ Taproot

    Friday Mar 29
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Isaac Studio Theatre
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6) 

    by Ted Swindley 
    Directed by Karen Lund

    Patsy Cline had a singular way of telling a story. Tune in as her songs and letters weave a big-hearted tale of love and loss told through her unlikely friendship with Texas housewife, Louise Seger. This musical tribute features Cayman Ilika and Kate Jaeger, recreating the sound that captured the love of a nation with hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.”


    Tickets $35 
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/always-patsy-cline/ 

     

  • FRI
    29
    We Will Not Be Silent @ Taproot

    Friday Mar 29
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Mainstage
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6)

    by David Meyers
    Directed by Scott Nolte

    Twenty-one-year-old Sophie Scholl is a college student, anti-Nazi activist and, along with her brother, a member of The White Rose resistance. Charged with treason and held in a German prison, Sophie is forced to play a psychological game of cat and mouse as she fights for her life and soul with a Nazi interrogator. This emotionally charged story testifies to the courage required to live out your values.


    Tickets up to $50
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/we-will-not-be-silent/

     

  • FRI
    29
    Trevor @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Friday Mar 29
    8 pm - 10 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    by Nick Jones 
    Directed by Julie Beckman 

    Inspired by true events, Trevor is a MAP-flavored tragicomedy about fame, success, and the lies we tell ourselves. At the center of this world are two individuals fighting against a world unable to understand their love: Trevor, an almost-famous chimpanzee, and his owner & 'mom' Sandra. Sandra knows Trevor would never hurt a fly ... not on purpose, anyway. A moving exploration of family, flawed communication, and humanity.

    CAST:
    Michael D. Blum
    Jesse Calixto
    Danielle Daggerty
    Teri Lazzara
    Brandon Ryan
    Zenaida Rose Smith

    PRODUCTION & DESIGN STAFF:
    Props Design: Jessamyn Bateman-Iino
    Lighting Design: Levi Plumb
    Stage Manager: Sarah Ross
    Sound Design: Mario Gomez
    Costume Design: Corinne Magin
    Scenic Design: Robin Macartney
    Dramaturgy: Peggy Gannon

    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC: 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4053490

     

  • FRI
    29
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Friday Mar 29
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • FRI
    29
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Friday Mar 29
    8 pm - 10 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SAT
    30
    Young Playwrights Festival: B @ ACT

    Saturday Mar 30
    1 pm - 3 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    The 17th annual Young Playwrights Festival showcases eight talented writers, aged 13-18, paired with a professional team of local directors and actors to bring their new plays to life on stage.

    Program B: 

    Long Live the Dust by Frances Laughlin & Julia Parks, Explorer West Middle School
    The Star by Joshua Davis, Garfield High School
    Invisible by Eva Gugsa, Garfield High School
    Finding His Voice by Ashton Hamilton, Ballard High School

    Tickets $10
    https://order.acttheatre.org/ypfa/11162

     

  • SAT
    30
    Always ... Patsy Cline @ Taproot

    Saturday Mar 30
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Isaac Studio Theatre
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6) 

    by Ted Swindley 
    Directed by Karen Lund

    Patsy Cline had a singular way of telling a story. Tune in as her songs and letters weave a big-hearted tale of love and loss told through her unlikely friendship with Texas housewife, Louise Seger. This musical tribute features Cayman Ilika and Kate Jaeger, recreating the sound that captured the love of a nation with hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.”


    Tickets $35 
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/always-patsy-cline/ 

     

  • SAT
    30
    We Will Not Be Silent @ Taproot

    Saturday Mar 30
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Mainstage
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6)

    by David Meyers
    Directed by Scott Nolte

    Twenty-one-year-old Sophie Scholl is a college student, anti-Nazi activist and, along with her brother, a member of The White Rose resistance. Charged with treason and held in a German prison, Sophie is forced to play a psychological game of cat and mouse as she fights for her life and soul with a Nazi interrogator. This emotionally charged story testifies to the courage required to live out your values.


    Tickets up to $50
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/we-will-not-be-silent/

     

  • SAT
    30
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Saturday Mar 30
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • SAT
    30
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Saturday Mar 30
    2 pm - 4 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SAT
    30
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Saturday Mar 30
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

  • SAT
    30
    Young Playwrights Festival: A @ ACT

    Saturday Mar 30
    4 pm - 6 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    The 17th annual Young Playwrights Festival showcases eight talented writers, aged 13-18, paired with a professional team of local directors and actors to bring their new plays to life on stage.

    Program A: 

    Watson and Sherlock by Safiya Warsame, TOPS K-8
    Reality by Maddie Corn, Shorewood High School
    Close to Home by Amy Pham, Franklin High School
    The End of the World is Brought to You by… by Ellric Smith, NOVA Project 

    Tickets $10
    https://order.acttheatre.org/ypfa/11162

     

  • SAT
    30
    Caught @ 12th Ave Arts (Intiman)

    Saturday Mar 30
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (Thru 3/30) 

    by Christopher Chen
    Directed by Desdemona Chiang

    An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present, and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice, and cultural appropriation, where nothing is as it first appears.

    This irreverent new genre-bending work invites you to navigate a shape-shifting trail between truth and perception, authority and authenticity, illusionary art and real jeopardy.

    Tickets $25-$50 
    http://www.intiman.org/caught/

     

  • SAT
    30
    A Little Night Music @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)

    Saturday Mar 30
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Tacoma Little Theatre
    210 N I St, Tacoma, WA 98403, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by Stephen Sondheim
    Directed by John Munn
    Musical direction by Deborah Lynn Armstrong

    In 1900 Sweden, on a magical night that smiles three times, an aging actress, a married virgin, a sex-starved divinity student, and a buffoonish count find themselves hilariously tangled in a web of love affairs. Delightful, charming and at times heartbreaking, with gorgeous, lush music, including “A Weekend in the Country,” “Liaisons” and the seminal “Send in the Clowns,” A Little Night Music is a coupling (and uncoupling) tour-de-force. Winner of four Tony Awards. 

    Tickets $27 
    https://www.tacomalittletheatre.com/

     

  • SAT
    30
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Saturday Mar 30
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

  • SAT
    30
    John @ ArtsWest

    Saturday Mar 30
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    ArtsWest
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 4/7) 

    by Annie Baker
    Directed by Erin Murray

    At a weekend bed & breakfast, the shadow of infidelity hangs over a young couple struggling to rebuild their relationship – when the elderly owner shares her own memories, ghosts real and imagined arrive to haunt the living. Blending keen realism with the eerily supernatural, this quiet tale from a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright is unafraid to seek beauty in one of the most startling places: the solitude of human experience.

    Time Magazine – 10 Best Shows of 2015
    Nominated for 6 Drama Desk Awards
    Nominated for 5 Lucille Lortel Awards

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

     

  • SAT
    30
    Always ... Patsy Cline @ Taproot

    Saturday Mar 30
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Isaac Studio Theatre
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6) 

    by Ted Swindley 
    Directed by Karen Lund

    Patsy Cline had a singular way of telling a story. Tune in as her songs and letters weave a big-hearted tale of love and loss told through her unlikely friendship with Texas housewife, Louise Seger. This musical tribute features Cayman Ilika and Kate Jaeger, recreating the sound that captured the love of a nation with hits like “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces” and “Crazy.”


    Tickets $35 
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/always-patsy-cline/ 

     

  • SAT
    30
    We Will Not Be Silent @ Taproot

    Saturday Mar 30
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Taproot Theatre - Mainstage
    204 N 85th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

    (Thru 4/6)

    by David Meyers
    Directed by Scott Nolte

    Twenty-one-year-old Sophie Scholl is a college student, anti-Nazi activist and, along with her brother, a member of The White Rose resistance. Charged with treason and held in a German prison, Sophie is forced to play a psychological game of cat and mouse as she fights for her life and soul with a Nazi interrogator. This emotionally charged story testifies to the courage required to live out your values.


    Tickets up to $50
    http://taproottheatre.org/shows/2019/we-will-not-be-silent/

     

  • SAT
    30
    Trevor @ 18th & Union (MAP)

    Saturday Mar 30
    8 pm - 10 pm

    18th & Union
    1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

    (Thru 3/30)

    by Nick Jones 
    Directed by Julie Beckman 

    Inspired by true events, Trevor is a MAP-flavored tragicomedy about fame, success, and the lies we tell ourselves. At the center of this world are two individuals fighting against a world unable to understand their love: Trevor, an almost-famous chimpanzee, and his owner & 'mom' Sandra. Sandra knows Trevor would never hurt a fly ... not on purpose, anyway. A moving exploration of family, flawed communication, and humanity.

    CAST:
    Michael D. Blum
    Jesse Calixto
    Danielle Daggerty
    Teri Lazzara
    Brandon Ryan
    Zenaida Rose Smith

    PRODUCTION & DESIGN STAFF:
    Props Design: Jessamyn Bateman-Iino
    Lighting Design: Levi Plumb
    Stage Manager: Sarah Ross
    Sound Design: Mario Gomez
    Costume Design: Corinne Magin
    Scenic Design: Robin Macartney
    Dramaturgy: Peggy Gannon

    Tickets for ALL MAP productions are PWYC: 
    https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4053490

     

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    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Saturday Mar 30
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

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    Homefront @ Village First Stage (Issaquah)

    Saturday Mar 30
    8 pm - 10 pm

    Village Theatre First Stage
    120 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    Book by Jenny Stafford 
    Music & lyrics by Sam Salmond 
    Directed by Malika Oyetimein 
    Music directed by Kristen Rosenfeld 

    The earliest stages of a feminist revolution in the American workforce is at the center of this powerful and inspiring true story of strength and resilience. When World War II comes to a close and the men return home, one woman leads a movement to fight for the jobs of her fellow female factory workers. But what – and who – are they willing to give up in the fight, and what happens when loved ones get caught in the crossfire? American history, rock and roll, and feminist revolution collide in this rousing new musical.

    A Beta Series Advanced Staged Reading: An early draft of a new musical presented with actors holding their scripts, limited staging, and no costumes or sets, creating a flexible environment for authors to experiment and make script changes.


    Tickets $16
    https://villagetheatre.org/issaquah/beta-series-homefront.php

     

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    30
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Saturday Mar 30
    8 pm - 10 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

  • SUN
    31
    A Little Night Music @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)

    Sunday Mar 31
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Tacoma Little Theatre
    210 N I St, Tacoma, WA 98403, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by Stephen Sondheim
    Directed by John Munn
    Musical direction by Deborah Lynn Armstrong

    In 1900 Sweden, on a magical night that smiles three times, an aging actress, a married virgin, a sex-starved divinity student, and a buffoonish count find themselves hilariously tangled in a web of love affairs. Delightful, charming and at times heartbreaking, with gorgeous, lush music, including “A Weekend in the Country,” “Liaisons” and the seminal “Send in the Clowns,” A Little Night Music is a coupling (and uncoupling) tour-de-force. Winner of four Tony Awards. 

    Tickets $27 
    https://www.tacomalittletheatre.com/

     

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    31
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Sunday Mar 31
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

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    Homefront @ Village First Stage (Issaquah)

    Sunday Mar 31
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Village Theatre First Stage
    120 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    Book by Jenny Stafford 
    Music & lyrics by Sam Salmond 
    Directed by Malika Oyetimein 
    Music directed by Kristen Rosenfeld 

    The earliest stages of a feminist revolution in the American workforce is at the center of this powerful and inspiring true story of strength and resilience. When World War II comes to a close and the men return home, one woman leads a movement to fight for the jobs of her fellow female factory workers. But what – and who – are they willing to give up in the fight, and what happens when loved ones get caught in the crossfire? American history, rock and roll, and feminist revolution collide in this rousing new musical.

    A Beta Series Advanced Staged Reading: An early draft of a new musical presented with actors holding their scripts, limited staging, and no costumes or sets, creating a flexible environment for authors to experiment and make script changes.


    Tickets $16
    https://villagetheatre.org/issaquah/beta-series-homefront.php

     

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    31
    Romeo & Juliet @ ACT

    Sunday Mar 31
    2 pm - 4 pm

    ACT Theatre
    700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    by William Shakespeare  
    Directed by John Langs 

    John Langs directs this deconstructed rendition of Shakespeare’s most notable tragedy. The tale of the two young lovers torn apart by feuding families remains, but the innovation of this production gives audiences an opportunity to experience Shakespeare like never before. Performed in the round, The Allen Theatre will be completely transformed to surround the audience with the world of the play for a unique and powerful immersive experience.

    Featuring Deaf actors Joshua Castille and Howie Seago, this production is American Sign Language (ASL) integrated. Sign Coach Ellie Savidge, local ASL interpreters, Director John Langs, and members of the cast have been working through the text and determining the translation of Shakespeare’s language that will express this beautiful, powerful story to all audiences.  

    If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, use the code ASL before purchasing.

    Tickets 
    https://acttheatre.org/season/2019-2/romeo-juliet/

     

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    31
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Sunday Mar 31
    2 pm - 4 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

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    31
    John @ ArtsWest

    Sunday Mar 31
    3 pm - 5 pm

    ArtsWest
    4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, USA

    (Thru 4/7) 

    by Annie Baker
    Directed by Erin Murray

    At a weekend bed & breakfast, the shadow of infidelity hangs over a young couple struggling to rebuild their relationship – when the elderly owner shares her own memories, ghosts real and imagined arrive to haunt the living. Blending keen realism with the eerily supernatural, this quiet tale from a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright is unafraid to seek beauty in one of the most startling places: the solitude of human experience.

    Time Magazine – 10 Best Shows of 2015
    Nominated for 6 Drama Desk Awards
    Nominated for 5 Lucille Lortel Awards

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

     

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    Local Playwrights Showcase @ Langston

    Sunday Mar 31
    4 pm - 6 pm

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

    (One night only)

    Part of Represent! A Multicultural Playwrights Festival

    Four participating organizations each host a short work from a local playwright. 

    Hansberry Project:
    Morning in America, or How to Set a Body on Fire (an excerpt) 
    by Stacy D. Flood
    Morning in America, or How to Set a Body on Fire chronicles an evening when New York City erupts following the acquittal of a white police officer for the death of a black teenager; during the turmoil, a news team struggles with its own issues of race, class, police violence, gender dynamics, history, truth, and success — choosing whether to involve themselves in the story, or to simply watch a city, or each other, burn.

    All organizations listed below; works/descriptions added as available. 

    Hansberry Project
    Pratidhwani 
    eSe Teatro 
    SIS Productions 

    Tickets $9; festival pass $25 
    https://www.pratidhwani.org/represent

     

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    31
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)

    Sunday Mar 31
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Village Theatre
    303 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 4/21, followed by run in Everett) 

    by Simon Stephens
    Directed by Jerry Dixon 
    Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon

    Winner of five Tony Awards and seven Olivier Awards, this compelling sensory drama is based on the award-winning book of the same name. When 15-year-old Christopher is wrongfully accused of murdering his neighbor’s dog, he sets off to solve the mystery and prove his innocence. Equipped with an extraordinary brain, but hampered by a strong distrust of strangers and a personal struggle to interpret everyday life, this adventure will turn his life upside-down – while giving the audience an intimate look at the world through his eyes.


    Tickets up to $74 
    https://www.villagetheatre.org/issaquah/curious-incident-dog-night.php

     

  • SUN
    31
    Homefront @ Village First Stage (Issaquah)

    Sunday Mar 31
    7 pm - 9 pm

    Village Theatre First Stage
    120 Front St N, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA

    (Thru 3/31)

    Book by Jenny Stafford 
    Music & lyrics by Sam Salmond 
    Directed by Malika Oyetimein 
    Music directed by Kristen Rosenfeld 

    The earliest stages of a feminist revolution in the American workforce is at the center of this powerful and inspiring true story of strength and resilience. When World War II comes to a close and the men return home, one woman leads a movement to fight for the jobs of her fellow female factory workers. But what – and who – are they willing to give up in the fight, and what happens when loved ones get caught in the crossfire? American history, rock and roll, and feminist revolution collide in this rousing new musical.

    A Beta Series Advanced Staged Reading: An early draft of a new musical presented with actors holding their scripts, limited staging, and no costumes or sets, creating a flexible environment for authors to experiment and make script changes.


    Tickets $16
    https://villagetheatre.org/issaquah/beta-series-homefront.php

     

  • SUN
    31
    A Doll's House, Part 2 @ Seattle Rep

    Sunday Mar 31
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Seattle Repertory Theatre
    155 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA

    (Thru 4/28)

    by Lucas Hnath
    Directed by Braden Abraham

    Nora Helmer is returning home after closing the door on her life with her husband Torvald and their three children 15 years prior. Her unexpected homecoming is met with recriminations and the family drama unfolds in this explosively entertaining continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s acclaimed A Doll’s House. Written by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, A Doll’s House, Part 2explores gender roles and societal expectations through the eyes of a woman mired in an era for which she is simply too exceptional.


    Tickets 
    https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1819/DH/Synopsis

     

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    31
    In Braunau @ Langston (Pratidhwani)

    Sunday Mar 31
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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

    (One night only)

    Part of Represent! A Multicultural Playwrights Festival

    by Dipika Guha 
    Directed by Agastya Kohli 

    Sarah and Justin are idealistic progressives, determined to make the world a better place after being stunned by the last American election. They decide to take their indignation to Braunau, Austria - the birthplace of Adolf Hitler - where they embark on a plan to lease the notorious dictator's childhood home and convert it into a bed-and-dinner. In Braunau is a nuanced, dark comedy about good intentions and the roads they pave.

    This staged reading features Archana Srikanta, Hazel Rose Gibson, Marianna de Fazio, Pratik Shah, Shane Regan, and Ward Ryder.  

     

    Tickets $9; festival pass $25 
    https://www.pratidhwani.org/represent

     

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