There’s a good variety to choose from as the stages reawaken this year. Here’s what’s on this week.
Ticketing links for most shows can be found on the Performance Calendar page.
Can Can Culinary Cabaret: House of Hearts (opened this week, closing 3/26). In Seattle (Pike Place Market).
Washington Ensemble Theatre: Arlington @ 12th Avenue Arts (opens tonight, closing 1/30). In Seattle (Capitol Hill).
Tacoma Musical Playhouse: Once on This Island (opens tonight, closing 2/5). In Tacoma.
Seattle Rep: I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter (previews start tonight, opens 1/18, closing 2/5). At the Seattle Center (Mercer St. side).
Pacific Play Company: Candlelight Stories – An Evening in the Bardo: An Appetizer Selection of Short Plays and Monologues @ Pan Pacific Hotel (opens 1/15, closing 1/29). In Seattle (South Lake Union).
Kathy Moore, Sera Cahoone, and Alex Guy: To Bring You My Love: The Music of PJ Harvey @ The Clock-Out Lounge (tonight only). In Seattle (Beacon Hill).
Motörmouth Comedy Power-Hour @ 18th & Union (tonight only). In Seattle (Central District).
Queen City Theatre: A Night of Broadway, Part 2 @ The Collective (tonight only). In Seattle (South Lake Union).
Tacoma Arts Live: The Simon & Garfunkel Story (touring) @ Pantages Theater (tonight only). In Tacoma.
Bellingham Theatre Guild: When Jack Met Jill @ New Prospect Theatre (thru 1/15). In Bellingham.
University of Washington Undergraduate Theatre Society: Twelve Ophelias @ Cabaret Theater – Hutchinson Hall (thru 1/15). In Seattle (UW main campus).
Seattle Shakespeare Company: The World’s a Stage: Becoming Othello, A Black Girl’s Journey (closing 1/29). At the Seattle Center.
Village Theatre: Cinderella (closing 1/29). In Everett.
Teatro ZinZanni: Coming Home @ Herban Feast (closing 3/12). In Seattle (SoDo).
The Roundup is a weekly (ish) feature. For this month’s shows by day, with ticketing info and links, see the Performance Calendar.
Want to plan your show schedule further out? See NWT’s list of 2023 shows announced so far, which will be updated frequently as season lineups unfold.
Chase D. Anderson is Editor & Producer of NWTheatre.org.