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Written by Pulitzer Prize winner Lanford Wilson (Fifth of July), Burn This explores romance, artistic expression and familial turmoil through the lens of 1980s Manhattan. Anna, who's still reeling from the loss of her beloved artistic partner and friend Robbie, struggles to regain equilibrium with her supportive roommate, Larry, and her doting boyfriend, Burton. But when Robbie's grieving, dangerous brother arrives unexpectedly, he challenges everything Anna thinks she wants. This dangerous, sexy, emotional and humorous work from one of America's finest playwrights can be seen at Seattle's 12th Avenue Arts.
Rev up your engines and get ready to howl as Seattle Children's Theatre presents Go, Dog, Go! This fun children's musical based on P.D. Eastman's famous book explodes on stage with high-spirited singing, zooming cars, construction zone chaos, and up-all-night antics that will have the whole family in stitches. Big dogs, little dogs, dogs at work and dogs at play all delve into life with gusto, with lots for audiences of all ages to marvel at. The madcap party never stops when these zany canines leap off the page and onto the stage in one of the most inventive adaptations in SCT history.
Featuring a score by Alan Menken (The Little Mermaid, Sister Act: The Musical) and a book by Tony Award-winning playwright Harvey Fierstein (La Cage Aux Folles, Torch Song Trilogy), Newsies is based on the popular 1992 Disney movie starring Christian Bale, about a group of newsboys who take on a ruthless newspaper tycoon. Based on true events from 1899, the musical tells the captivating story of a band of underdogs who become unlikely heroes when they stand up to the most powerful men in New York. The rousing tale at Seattle's Village Theatre is full of high-energy dance and catchy tunes. "Seize the Day" and get your tickets now for this show about fighting for what's right and staying true to who you are.
Unexpected Productions brings back its holiday favorite, A(n Improvised) Christmas Carol. Based on audience suggestions, the improvisers of Unexpected Productions bend and twist Charles Dickens' tale of Ebenezer Scrooge in all sorts of hilarious directions -- and each show is different. Where does Scrooge work? What ails Tiny Tim? Does Scrooge even get reformed? It's all up to you in this wild, hilarious, holiday ride. A holiday tradition for countless locals since 1985, it's the perfect way to celebrate the holidays with friends or family.
It's a hard-knock life out there. You know it, Jay Z knows it and most of all, Annie knows it. But this little redhead never gives up, and her optimism leads the way to a happy ending. Let Annie inspire you this holiday season, 'cause no matter what happens, the sun will come up tomorrow, and this feel-good musical will lift your spirits and give you life. Join Seattle Musical Theatre, the adorable Annie and her even more adorable dog for a show filled with great songs (like "Tomorrow," "It's the Hard Knock Life" and "Easy Street"), memorable characters and a story that will melt your heart.
Former Secret Service agent turned bodyguard, Frank Farmer, is hired to protect superstar Rachel Marron from an unknown stalker. Each expects to be in charge; what they don't expect is to fall in love. A breathtakingly romantic thriller, The Bodyguard features a host of irresistible classics including "Queen of the Night," "So Emotional," "One Moment in Time," "Saving All My Love," "Run to You," "I Have Nothing," "I Wanna Dance with Somebody" and one of the biggest selling songs of all time-"I Will Always Love You."
The only holiday moment more magical than watching A Charlie Brown Christmas on TV is watching it live on stage in this Broadway Center production. Join good ol' Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the entire Peanuts gang at the Pantages Theater for this fun, festive show that's a nostalgic trip for some and a holiday treat for all. Eric Schaeffer's acclaimed adaptation centers around everyone's favorite football-whiffing kid who, alarmed by the commercialism he sees all around him, tries to find the true meaning of Christmas. 50 years later, families still come together to watch this classic, which features all the beloved characters and plenty of your favorite Christmas tunes.
You can already tell from the subtitle that this isn't another basic, boring Shakespeare adaptation. Rebel Kat Productions knows how to do Shakespeare right. Their cast of badass women has the physical skills to pull off spectacularly athletic combat and the acting chops to drive home the deliciously vicious language in Coriolanus. Seattle Times' Footlight award-winning British actress, Nike Imoru (Z Nation) is Coriolanus, the country's most famed warrior. After winning glory and respect on the battlefield, she returns home for her greatest battle yet: to win the love of the people and run for office. But she'll find that politics is a totally different kind of war, and there are consequences for defying society's expectations. Twin Peaks' Wendy Robie also appears in the role of Volumnia, the powerful mother of Coriolanus, in this killer adaptation at 12th Ave Arts Mainstage in Seattle.
Presented by Kitten N' Lou, Cream is a Spanksgiving feast of decadently sickening burlesque, drag and cabaret. This outrageous show at Seattle's The Triple Door will feature performances by Milk (RuPaul's Drag Race), The Atomic Bombshells Burlesque, Cherdonna and more.
Disney's Beauty and the Beast brings its enchanting tale and Academy Award-winning score to the Wade James Theatre in Edmonds. Based on the beloved 1991 animated film, this acclaimed musical tells the story of Belle, an intelligent young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who's really a young prince under the spell of a witch's curse. Time is running out, and if the Beast doesn't learn his lesson soon, he and his entire household will be doomed for all eternity. The love story is filled with colorful characters, delightful sets and costumes, and show-stopping musical numbers.
Christmas was never this naughty! A Drag Queen Christmas stars contestants from RuPaul's Drag Race, plus there's a Q&A during the show to ask the queens questions. Hosted by Thorgy Thorn on the violin, you'll see holiday performances by Kim Chi, Naomi Smalls, Latrice Royale, Chi Chi DeVayne, Roxxxy Andrews, Alyssa Edwards and Pearl, at Seattle's Moore Theatre.
We all dread the cursed pre-Christmas airport shuffle, the fear of not being able to make it home in time to see loved ones. Well, you probably haven't seen the worst of the terminals till you watch The Flight Before Christmas, which involves some delays, of course -- but also a rogue cat on the loose, an important business deal at stake and plenty of other madness at The Bathhouse Theater in Seattle. Amidst the chaos, though, you have to be a little late to truly appreciate what you're rushing towards.
The West Coast premiere of the recent Broadway hit Holiday Inn brims with joyous music and plenty of holiday cheer. Inspired by the Academy Award-winning 1942 film starring Fred Astaire and Bing Crosby, Holiday Inn follows the story of a song-and-dance man who decides to leave show business and settle down in his Connecticut farmhouse. When he meets a talented school teacher named Linda, the two transform the farmhouse into a fancy inn offering guests show-stopping holiday performances. But when Jim's best friend visits from Hollywood and tries to steal Linda away as his new dance partner, the fate of the inn hangs in the balance. This new musical stage adaptation features lavish sets and costumes, spectacular choreography and 20 beloved Irving Berlin songs. Enjoy this heartwarming holiday treat, sure to put your whole family in the best of spirits, when it comes to Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre.
Experience the whimsy of Howl's Moving Castle live in a new pop-indie-rock musical with a Sondheim flair. This dramatic adaptation is a mix of the original novel, new material and the Book-It Repertory Theatre's flavor. At the helm of this adventure is a dynamic heroine who irks a witch the wrong way and is transformed into an old woman (and you thought your office drama was bad). Unlikely friends and surprising inner strength bring the heart to this eclectic fantasy for a modern audience. Spark your imagination and remember your belief in magic at this coming-of-age fairy tale at Seattle's Center Theatre.
In his "kind, warm, beautifully observed and deeply moving new play" (Chicago Tribune), Pulitzer Prize finalist Stephen Karam (Sons of the Prophet) takes a fresh look at the hilarity, heart and horrors of modern American family life. Deciding to shake Thanksgiving up a bit, Erik Blake brings his family from Pennsylvania to New York City to celebrate the holiday at his youngest daughter's run-down apartment. But as darkness falls outside the crumbling pre-war duplex, mysterious things start to go bump in the night -- and family tensions reach a boiling point. After a successful Broadway run last year, where it won the 2016 Tony Award for Best Play, The Humans now comes to Seattle Rep - Bagley Wright Theatre, directed once again by two-time Tony winner Joe Mantello (Assassins). Take advantage of this pre-sale offer to nab great seats for what's sure to be a hot ticket.
Spend an evening with Seattle's best female impersonators as they take on the personas of Cher, Lady Gaga, Pink, Celine Dion, Liza Minnelli and more. The perfect gender-bending show for celebrating any occasion -- a birthday, anniversary, bachelorette party or a night out with friends -- Le Faux is the longest-running show of its kind in the city, with exciting and outrageous performances every night and a full cast of dancers. Julia's on Broadway also offers a full bar and appetizers before and during the show, and the host will even bring your special guest on stage for a little embarrassment in front of the entire audience.
An out-of-work Mr. Popper is stuck at home daydreaming of adventures in far-off lands while Mrs. Popper scrimps and saves just to put food on the table. When Popper receives a family of penguins from Antarctic explorer Admiral Drake, the couple has a lot of extra mouths to feed on a tight budget. Mr. Popper trains the penguins to perform and takes their show on the road, leading to mischief, hilarity and dreams come true in this spirited family musical. Based on the classic 1938 children's book by Richard and Florence Atwater, the flipper-filled fun waddles from the page to the stage -- complete with puppets and song-and-dance numbers -- at Seattle Children's Theatre.
The scene is French Guiana -- Christmas Day, 1910 -- where the temperature has graciously dropped to 104 degrees. Three amiable convicts are employed as roofers at Ducotels General Store. On the way from France is an evil-minded cousin and his cold-blooded nephew, who jilted the Ducotels' daughter for an heiress. The three convicts are passionate believers in true justice, and decide it's their job to take the visitors on. Possessing every criminal art and penal grace, they set matters right in this captivating and comedic holiday treasure. Enjoy this feel-good alternative to traditional holiday fare, when My Three Angels comes to the stage of the Red Curtain Arts Center in Marysville.
With gorgeous new sets and costumes by famed author and illustrator Ian Falconer (Olivia the Pig), Pacific Northwest Ballet's exciting production of The Nutcracker brings a world of joy and color to the stage at Seattle's McCaw Hall with George Balanchine's original choreography, the PNB orchestra playing the cherished Tchaikovsky score and dozens of dazzling dancers. This iconic version of the popular holiday ballet tells the timeless story of young Clara, who receives a nutcracker soldier as a gift and has a magical dream that her toy comes to life. Together they experience a grand adventure that takes them through an epic battle with the Rat King to the Sugar Plum Fairy's magical Land of Sweets.
On New Year's Day 1835, Hans Christian Andersen wrote to a friend: "I am now starting on some 'fairy tales for children.' I am going to win over future generations, you may want to know" (he was a couple centuries too early to add a #humblebrag). One of the crown jewels among Andersen's tales was The Princess and the Pea, which now comes to life in this rollicking musical adaptation at Tacoma Musical Playhouse. Hitch a ride on this rollicking, song-filled road to happily-ever-after that centers around Winnifred, just an ordinary, high-spirited girl who wants to escape her childhood home: a swamp. Driven by true love, she swims the castle moat to be with the young Prince Dauntless the Drab. But before they can marry, the prince's overprotective mother concocts a secret test that the young princess must pass before she'll allow them to wed involving a stack of 20 mattresses and one single, teeny-tiny pea.
The year is 2046. Transparency -- the technology allowing citizens to be connected to the cloud 24 hours a day through their brains -- has rendered Cascadia incapable of dreaming. In this not-too-distant future, machines harvest everyone's dreams and offer them up for a price. In the world premiere of Onerus, written by Terry Podgorski and directed by Erin Brindley, you'll experience 100% Organic Dreams through all five senses. Dream sounds are provided by award-winning composer Annastasia Workman and multi-nominated Gregory Award sound designer Evan Mosher. Chef Erin Brindley conceived of each dream's tastes, aromas and textures. And dream visuals will be enhanced by the incredible video work of Degenerate Art Ensemble's Leo Mayberry. Your tickets include the performance, as well as a four-course meal of 100% Organic Dreams. It all takes place at Seattle pop-up food theater Cafe Nordo, which celebrates the intersection of food and art.
In Seussical the Musical, cats wear hats and audiences wear smiles -- both two sizes too large. It's almost impossible not to grin when this all-ages musical adaptation of Dr. Seuss' stories plunges you into the whimsical world of Cat in the Hat, Horton Hears a Who! and many more classics. The Cat in the Hat links the stories of a young boy who is a "thinker of strange and wonderful thinks," and Horton the Elephant, who's out to prove that "a person's a person, no matter how small." Seussical's cast of favorite characters, including the Whos of Whoville, Horton and the Cat himself, brings a sense of wonder and fun to this colorful family fave at the Tacoma Little Theatre.
Twist of the Magi starts with O'Henry's classic short story, Gift of the Magi, then sets it in an authentic 1940s radio station as a live, on-air broadcast. Add in a slew of disgruntled actors, their reticent stage manager, a frantic sound effects technician, a wacky female musical trio, a delinquent (and inebriated) Shakespearean prima donna, a jealous Italian femme fatale and a host of other broadcasting eccentrics, and this classic tale of holiday love and generosity becomes a series of comic twists and turns. Laugh along as O'Henry's heroine trades her beautiful hair to buy a Christmas gift for her devoted young husband. Then, tortured by seller's remorse, embarks on a series of zany adventures in an attempt to recover the lost locks. Enjoy Twist of the Magi at The Phoenix Theatre in Edmonds.