How Seattle became one of America’s best places to eat is explored in this exhibit curated by double James Beard Award–winning writer Rebekah Denn.
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Deanne Belinoff’s abstract drawings and paintings are inspired by infinity, gravity, time and the artist’s personal relationship with the cosmos. Opening 3/2.
In Sarah Burgess’ dark comedy about high finance, partners try to keep their morals clean while getting filthy rich.
A one-woman show about a fledgling garden that brings positive change to an immigrant neighborhood, adapted from the children’s book by Paul Fleischman. For ages 8 and older.
A 90-minute musical-comedy whodunit with two actors, one who plays all the suspects in a crime, and one who solves it. And both play piano. A coproduction with The 5th Avenue Theatre, presented onstage at ACT.
The ultimate feel-good show with iconic ABBA songs (“Take a Chance on Me,” “Dancing Queen”) and a plot too silly not to love.
Katie Forgette, a distinguished Seattle Rep actor who reinvented herself as a nationally produced playwright, unveils her latest world-premiere drama, about alcoholism, suicide, imperfect contrition, the ivory-billed woodpecker and faith under pressure.
Heather Kravas flips the script of a piece originally choreographed for nine women, now enacted by nine male-identifying performers who stomp, shake, kick and work in unison to confront the complexities of male conformity.
Originally choreographed for nine women, creator Heather Kravas now flips the script as a nine male-identifying performers stomp, shake, kick, and work in unison to confront the complexities of male conformity.
Cirque du Soleil brought together 44 performers, combined acrobatics and water with contemporary circus disciplines, and created this poetic ode to the culture of Mexico.