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7th and Jackson  
Cafe Nordo 7th and Jackson
 
From Sara Porkalob, the award-winning creator of The Dragon Cycle, and Cafe Nordo, Seattle's own full-sensory theater, comes 7th and Jackson. This intimate experience weaves jazz, food, and history into an unforgettable evening of theater. 7th and Jackson follows three best friends with big dreams of owning their own jazz club. As the 1961 grand opening of the club 7th and Jackson progresses, the childhood history of Lee, Min and Ada is revealed. Despite the bombing of Pearl Harbor, WWII and rising tensions in their neighborhood, these young women remain determined in their pursuit of the American Dream. THE FOOD: Heavily influenced by the true stories of Seattle's 7th Avenue and the International District, the four-course menu included in the ticket price will explore Seattle's diasporas from street food to family meals.
   
The Book Of Moron  
The Triple Door The Book Of Moron
 
In The Book of Moron, the latest solo show from actor-comedian Robert Dubac (The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?), we meet a man who can't remember who he is or what he believes in because he's been bombarded by so much propaganda and hype. While he's racking his brain for answers, his inner voices take turns trying to talk sense into him. Go on a head trip in Robert Dubac's one-man show as he portrays his voice of reason, his common sense, his inner idiot, his inner child and his inner a$$hole - all of which try to wake him up from the coma of modern-day life. Don't miss The Book of Moron at The Triple Door in Seattle.
   
Citizen: An American Lyric  
Seattle Center Citizen: An American Lyric
 
A searing, multi-media poetic riff on race in America, fusing prose, poetry, movement, music, video, news and the visual image. Snapshots, vignettes, on the acts of everyday racism. Some of these encounters are slights, seeming slips of the tongue, and some are intentional offensives in the classroom, at the supermarket, at home, on the tennis court with Serena Williams, online, on TV - everywhere, all the time. Those did-that-really-just-happen-did-they-really-just-say-that slurs that happen every day and enrage in the moment and later steep poisonously in the mind. And, of course, those larger incidents that become national or international firestorms.
   
Gills! Gills! Gills!  
12th Ave Arts Gills! Gills! Gills!
 
In these three short hilarious plays, octopuses, seahorses, and anglerfish reveal unseen depths as they navigate dating, mating, and the survival of their species in an ocean of possibilities. Come dive into the fascinating and funny lives of these unforgettable sea creatures as they struggle to find love in the deep. Don't miss all the fun! Directed by Parley's Artistic Director, Rebecca Tourino Collinsworth, our World Premiere production features the diverse talents of Jeremy Behrens, Anuhea Brown, Shahbaz Khan, Denny Le, and Stephanie Spohrer. With lighting designed by Robert Falk and Stage Managed by KyAnne Wilde. We're excited to present the World Premiere of this amusing and memorable collection by one of Seattle's most promising new playwrights.
   
Inside Story: Adventures in Storytelling  
Market Theater Inside Story: Adventures in Storytelling
 
Inside Story is an exciting exploration of storytelling in several exciting forms. The talented cast of improvisers is inspired to create stories from your true-life secret, personal and funny stories. And in between each improv story, several of Seattle's most respected storytellers will share a prepared story based on their lives and an improvised, true-to-life story based on a subject drawn from the "topic bowl." It's The Moth meets Whose Line Is It Anyway?, only less formatted, more spontaneous and out of control fun! Come share an Inside Story.
   
Million Dollar Quartet  
Everett Performing Arts Center Million Dollar Quartet
 
The blockbuster hit story of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins returns to Village Theatre's stage - 12 years after shaping its triumphant premiere. This powerhouse musical had audiences on their feet, first in Issaquah and Everett, and then on Broadway before going to London, Chicago, Las Vegas and across the country on tour, garnering awards and critical acclaim along the way. Now it returns home, complete with the hit songs of the 1950s you know and love.
   
Princess Ida  
Seattle Repertory Theatre Princess Ida
 
The brilliant, assertive Princess Ida has sequestered herself and her court in the Castle Adamant, dedicating themselves to the study of the higher arts and absolutely, utterly forswearing the company of men. And the men - including her promised fiance, Prince Hilarion - are not taking it well. What follows is a hilarious adventure as The Prince and his friends try to win back their betrothed before war breaks out between the antiquated men of the kingdom and the warrior maidens of Castle Adamant. Surprises, twists and turns abound as disguises are revealed, hearts are laid bare, and magic is unleashed at Castle Adamant! Crystal Dawn Munkers leads this exhilaratingly updated take on the battle of the sexes - complete with operatic warrior maidens, a cross-dressing trio of dandies, and a bit of magic. Princess Ida will be performed in three acts, with two 10-minute intermissions.