This Week in Arts: Weekly Roundup (4/1)
Spring into spring with this fun mix of shows.
Ticketing links for most shows can be found on the Performance Calendar page here.
Openings & Short Runs
Café Nordo: Down the Rabbit Hole @ The Knife Room
A Wonderland feast … with karaoke
Runs 4/1-5/28. In Seattle (Pioneer Square).
How better to celebrate April 1st (or the rest of spring) than with the tricksters at Cafe Nordo? Nordo’s chefs love to combine the playful with the gourmet, and their Alice in Wonderland theme gives plenty of opportunity to show off.
Down the Rabbit Hole brings diners into an intricate Wonderland-inspired fun house for a five-course meal, and a cabaret-style show with karaoke hits by their professional singer-actors.
On Fridays and Saturdays, if you’re feeling so inclined, you can hang out late and take your own turn on the mic. The karaoke after-party is free to the main show’s ticket holders and interlopers alike; and the bar stays open with a late-night menu.
Tickets are $100-$110 (including dinner), here.
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18th & Union: Animal Saints and Animal Sinners 3 (opened 3/31, closing 4/2). In Seattle (Central District).
Noveltease Theatre: The Wind – A Literary Burlesque @ Theatre Off Jackson (opened 3/31, closing 4/2). In Seattle (International District).
Broadway in America: Hamilton (touring) @ the Kingdome (4/1 only). In Seattle. Tickets here.
Tacoma Opera: Don Pasquale @ Urban Grace Church (opens 4/1, closing 4/3). In Tacoma.
Centerstage: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (opens 4/1, closing 4/24). In Federal Way (Dash Point).
Bremerton Community Theatre: Something Rotten! (opens 4/1, closing 5/1). In Bremerton.
Seattle Rep: Ghosts (previews begin 4/1, opens 4/6, closing 5/1). At the Seattle Center (Mercer St. side).
Harlequin Productions: Murder for Two (closing 4/2). In Olympia. See NWT’s Quick Takes review here.
Dukesbay Productions: God Said This (closing 4/3). In Tacoma. See NWT’s review here.
Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts: As You Like It (closing 4/3). In Marysville. See NWT’s Quick Takes review here.
Seattle Public Theater: Pipeline (closing 4/3). In Seattle (Green Lake). See NWT’s Quick Takes review here.
Seattle Rep: Teenage Dick (closing 4/3). At the Seattle Center (Mercer St. side). See NWT’s Quick Takes review here.
Tacoma Little Theatre: A Chorus Line (closing 4/3). In Tacoma.
ACT Theatre: The Thin Place (closing 4/10). In Downtown Seattle.
ArtsWest: This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing (closing 4/10). In West Seattle. See NWT’s review here.
Tacoma Arts Live: Anna in the Tropics @ Theater on the Square (closing 4/10). In Tacoma.
Tacoma Musical Playhouse: A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder (closing 4/10). In Tacoma.
Book-It Repertory Theatre: Mrs. Caliban (closing 4/17). At the Seattle Center.
Seattle Children’s Theatre: The Best Summer Ever! (closing 4/17). At the Seattle Center.
Taproot Theatre: The Spitfire Grill (closing 4/30). In Seattle (Greenwood). See NWT’s Quick Takes review here.
Village Theatre: The Book Club Play (closing 4/3 in Issaquah; runs 4/8-5/1 in Everett). In Issaquah & Everett. See NWT’s review here.
Can Can Culinary Cabaret: Ooh La La (closing 5/1). In Seattle (Pike Place).
The Roundup is a weekly (ish) feature. Want to plan your show schedule further out? See NWT’s 2022 Shows list, which aims to list just about every theatre show in town. For shows by day and ticketing info, see the Performance Calendar.
The Hamilton link is a joke, but you should still click it.
Chase D. Anderson is Editor & Producer of NWTheatre.org.