Performance Calendar

Looking for what’s happening around town? We’ve got you covered — with theatre, dance, and more.

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Aug
11
Thu
Want – The Shattered Glass Project @ Center Theatre (Seattle Center)
Aug 11 @ 7:30 pm

Written by Barbara Lindsay
Directed by Maureen Hawkins

When love is like a flame, what could possibly put it out?

Middle-aged couple Ruby and Early are happy in their new marriage (for starters, the sex is amazing!). Sure, they’re struggling with unemployment and numbingly dull manual labor, but they have each other and they’ve just moved into a new apartment. Then the next-door neighbor pays them a call …

The Shattered Glass Project is proud to present the world premiere of a stirring play about the impact that poverty and jealousy can have on love. “Want” is the first in-person presentation by TSGP of a play from the developmental reading workshop series.

The Shattered Glass Project is a theatre company with the mission to amplify the voices of theatre artists who have been marginalized on the basis of their gender or sex, including but not limited to cis and trans women, non-binary folks, and trans-masculine/trans-feminine folks, by providing unique opportunities to create and grow professionally.

Location: Seattle Center Armory, lower level

Note: opening postponed from July to 8/4.

Tickets ($0-$55, sliding scale available for all) here.

 

Aug
12
Fri
As If Theatre Company: Kenmore Quickies @ Kenmore Community Club (Kenmore)
Aug 12 @ 7:30 pm

Funny, serious, a bit strange, and downright weird are all adjectives that can be used to describe the 8 plays that make up “the unauthorized history of Kenmore.” As If Theatre Company’s second-annual short play festival, the Kenmore Quickies, brings together 8 playwrights, 8 directors, and 14 actors in a weekend of brand-new works.

Each of the 8 plays are based upon a different piece of Kenmore’s history. The local playwrights are randomly assigned their cast and director and given a limited number of props to use (or not use). Then the playwrights are sequestered for 4 weeks to devise their Tall Tall. On the deadline, the playwright hands off the script to the director as they gather with their cast to rehearse for 2 weeks prior to opening night.

Each evening, audience members will vote for the Audience Favorite Award, which will be presented after Sunday’s performance.

This popular event plays at the historic Kenmore Community Club located right in the heart of Brewery Row and backs up to the Burke-Gilman Trail.

Tickets ($22) here.

 

Want – The Shattered Glass Project @ Center Theatre (Seattle Center)
Aug 12 @ 7:30 pm

Written by Barbara Lindsay
Directed by Maureen Hawkins

When love is like a flame, what could possibly put it out?

Middle-aged couple Ruby and Early are happy in their new marriage (for starters, the sex is amazing!). Sure, they’re struggling with unemployment and numbingly dull manual labor, but they have each other and they’ve just moved into a new apartment. Then the next-door neighbor pays them a call …

The Shattered Glass Project is proud to present the world premiere of a stirring play about the impact that poverty and jealousy can have on love. “Want” is the first in-person presentation by TSGP of a play from the developmental reading workshop series.

The Shattered Glass Project is a theatre company with the mission to amplify the voices of theatre artists who have been marginalized on the basis of their gender or sex, including but not limited to cis and trans women, non-binary folks, and trans-masculine/trans-feminine folks, by providing unique opportunities to create and grow professionally.

Location: Seattle Center Armory, lower level

Note: opening postponed from July to 8/4.

Tickets ($0-$55, sliding scale available for all) here.

 

Aug
13
Sat
As If Theatre Company: Kenmore Quickies @ Kenmore Community Club (Kenmore)
Aug 13 @ 2:00 pm

Funny, serious, a bit strange, and downright weird are all adjectives that can be used to describe the 8 plays that make up “the unauthorized history of Kenmore.” As If Theatre Company’s second-annual short play festival, the Kenmore Quickies, brings together 8 playwrights, 8 directors, and 14 actors in a weekend of brand-new works.

Each of the 8 plays are based upon a different piece of Kenmore’s history. The local playwrights are randomly assigned their cast and director and given a limited number of props to use (or not use). Then the playwrights are sequestered for 4 weeks to devise their Tall Tall. On the deadline, the playwright hands off the script to the director as they gather with their cast to rehearse for 2 weeks prior to opening night.

Each evening, audience members will vote for the Audience Favorite Award, which will be presented after Sunday’s performance.

This popular event plays at the historic Kenmore Community Club located right in the heart of Brewery Row and backs up to the Burke-Gilman Trail.

Tickets ($22) here.

 

As If Theatre Company: Kenmore Quickies @ Kenmore Community Club (Kenmore)
Aug 13 @ 7:30 pm

Funny, serious, a bit strange, and downright weird are all adjectives that can be used to describe the 8 plays that make up “the unauthorized history of Kenmore.” As If Theatre Company’s second-annual short play festival, the Kenmore Quickies, brings together 8 playwrights, 8 directors, and 14 actors in a weekend of brand-new works.

Each of the 8 plays are based upon a different piece of Kenmore’s history. The local playwrights are randomly assigned their cast and director and given a limited number of props to use (or not use). Then the playwrights are sequestered for 4 weeks to devise their Tall Tall. On the deadline, the playwright hands off the script to the director as they gather with their cast to rehearse for 2 weeks prior to opening night.

Each evening, audience members will vote for the Audience Favorite Award, which will be presented after Sunday’s performance.

This popular event plays at the historic Kenmore Community Club located right in the heart of Brewery Row and backs up to the Burke-Gilman Trail.

Tickets ($22) here.

 

Want – The Shattered Glass Project @ Center Theatre (Seattle Center)
Aug 13 @ 7:30 pm

Written by Barbara Lindsay
Directed by Maureen Hawkins

When love is like a flame, what could possibly put it out?

Middle-aged couple Ruby and Early are happy in their new marriage (for starters, the sex is amazing!). Sure, they’re struggling with unemployment and numbingly dull manual labor, but they have each other and they’ve just moved into a new apartment. Then the next-door neighbor pays them a call …

The Shattered Glass Project is proud to present the world premiere of a stirring play about the impact that poverty and jealousy can have on love. “Want” is the first in-person presentation by TSGP of a play from the developmental reading workshop series.

The Shattered Glass Project is a theatre company with the mission to amplify the voices of theatre artists who have been marginalized on the basis of their gender or sex, including but not limited to cis and trans women, non-binary folks, and trans-masculine/trans-feminine folks, by providing unique opportunities to create and grow professionally.

Location: Seattle Center Armory, lower level

Note: opening postponed from July to 8/4.

Tickets ($0-$55, sliding scale available for all) here.

 

Pork Filled Productions: She Devil of the China Seas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – International District)
Aug 13 @ 8:00 pm

By Roger W. Tang
Directed by Kiefer Harrington

Tse knew one thing: survival. She clawed her way up, using any means possible to aid her injured sister, Hei. But when China’s pirate king, Zhang Ngoi, offers her a chance for more, the sorceress Moh and her dark forces gather to destroy her before she can even accept…and fulfill a destiny from the gods!

Fielding one of the largest Asian American casts in recent Puget Sound history, She Devil is based on the real-life figure, Zhang Tse, history’s most successful pirate. Also known as Ching Shih, Zhang Yi and Ching Yi Saou, she defeated both Imperial Chinese and European fleets in her spectacular career in the 19th Century.

Preview 8/9, opens 8/11

Closed captioning available at 8/20 & 8/26 performances. Sensory relaxed performance 8/21 (matinee). See info here.

Tickets $10-$50 (sliding scale available for all) here.

Aug
14
Sun
Want – The Shattered Glass Project @ Center Theatre (Seattle Center)
Aug 14 @ 2:00 pm

Written by Barbara Lindsay
Directed by Maureen Hawkins

When love is like a flame, what could possibly put it out?

Middle-aged couple Ruby and Early are happy in their new marriage (for starters, the sex is amazing!). Sure, they’re struggling with unemployment and numbingly dull manual labor, but they have each other and they’ve just moved into a new apartment. Then the next-door neighbor pays them a call …

The Shattered Glass Project is proud to present the world premiere of a stirring play about the impact that poverty and jealousy can have on love. “Want” is the first in-person presentation by TSGP of a play from the developmental reading workshop series.

The Shattered Glass Project is a theatre company with the mission to amplify the voices of theatre artists who have been marginalized on the basis of their gender or sex, including but not limited to cis and trans women, non-binary folks, and trans-masculine/trans-feminine folks, by providing unique opportunities to create and grow professionally.

Location: Seattle Center Armory, lower level

Note: opening postponed from July to 8/4.

Tickets ($0-$55, sliding scale available for all) here.

 

As If Theatre Company: Kenmore Quickies @ Kenmore Community Club (Kenmore)
Aug 14 @ 5:00 pm

Funny, serious, a bit strange, and downright weird are all adjectives that can be used to describe the 8 plays that make up “the unauthorized history of Kenmore.” As If Theatre Company’s second-annual short play festival, the Kenmore Quickies, brings together 8 playwrights, 8 directors, and 14 actors in a weekend of brand-new works.

Each of the 8 plays are based upon a different piece of Kenmore’s history. The local playwrights are randomly assigned their cast and director and given a limited number of props to use (or not use). Then the playwrights are sequestered for 4 weeks to devise their Tall Tall. On the deadline, the playwright hands off the script to the director as they gather with their cast to rehearse for 2 weeks prior to opening night.

Each evening, audience members will vote for the Audience Favorite Award, which will be presented after Sunday’s performance.

This popular event plays at the historic Kenmore Community Club located right in the heart of Brewery Row and backs up to the Burke-Gilman Trail.

Tickets ($22) here.

 

The Play’s the Thing – Burien Actors Theatre @ Marvista Park (Normandy Park)
Aug 14 @ 5:00 pm

By Ferenc Molnar
Adapted by P.G. Wodehouse
Directed by Rachel Rene

The story revolves around Albert, a young composer of a new show, and the playwright, Sandor. When Albert unexpectedly arrives to see his fiancée, Ilona, he heartbreakingly overhears her sharing her affection with another man, Almady.

Sandor begins to rewrite reality to save Albert from heartbreak and thus save his new show. Through clever misdirection, Sandor tries to make it seem this incident was just dialogue in a play and begins to prep his ‘actors’ to take the stage – but will Albert fall for it?

This ‘play-within-a-play’ technique will leave you laughing out loud as the lines between reality and mere ‘acting’ blur. The clever use of this technique leads you down twists and turns that set up the hilarious finale.

Free, outdoor, non-ticketed event; show info here.

 

Aug
15
Mon
Pork Filled Productions: She Devil of the China Seas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – International District)
Aug 15 @ 8:00 pm

By Roger W. Tang
Directed by Kiefer Harrington

Tse knew one thing: survival. She clawed her way up, using any means possible to aid her injured sister, Hei. But when China’s pirate king, Zhang Ngoi, offers her a chance for more, the sorceress Moh and her dark forces gather to destroy her before she can even accept…and fulfill a destiny from the gods!

Fielding one of the largest Asian American casts in recent Puget Sound history, She Devil is based on the real-life figure, Zhang Tse, history’s most successful pirate. Also known as Ching Shih, Zhang Yi and Ching Yi Saou, she defeated both Imperial Chinese and European fleets in her spectacular career in the 19th Century.

Preview 8/9, opens 8/11

Closed captioning available at 8/20 & 8/26 performances. Sensory relaxed performance 8/21 (matinee). See info here.

Tickets $10-$50 (sliding scale available for all) here.

Aug
18
Thu
Pork Filled Productions: She Devil of the China Seas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – International District)
Aug 18 @ 8:00 pm

By Roger W. Tang
Directed by Kiefer Harrington

Tse knew one thing: survival. She clawed her way up, using any means possible to aid her injured sister, Hei. But when China’s pirate king, Zhang Ngoi, offers her a chance for more, the sorceress Moh and her dark forces gather to destroy her before she can even accept…and fulfill a destiny from the gods!

Fielding one of the largest Asian American casts in recent Puget Sound history, She Devil is based on the real-life figure, Zhang Tse, history’s most successful pirate. Also known as Ching Shih, Zhang Yi and Ching Yi Saou, she defeated both Imperial Chinese and European fleets in her spectacular career in the 19th Century.

Preview 8/9, opens 8/11

Closed captioning available at 8/20 & 8/26 performances. Sensory relaxed performance 8/21 (matinee). See info here.

Tickets $10-$50 (sliding scale available for all) here.

Aug
19
Fri
14/48: The World’s Quickest Theater Festival – Outdoors @ Salmon Bay Park (Seattle – Ballard) (ASL interpreted)
Aug 19 @ 7:00 pm

The namesake festival returns with a single weekend in Salmon Bay Park, with free admission!

14 plays will be written, cast, directed, rehearsed, scored, designed, and premiered in 48 hours — and audiences can enjoy these premiers while soaking up the beautiful Seattle summer weather. This event is free to the public and does not require a ticket.

Location: Salmon Bay Park (2001 NW Canoe Pl, in Ballard)

Free, no tickets required; show info here.

The 7pm performances are listed as ASL interpreted. As always, please check with the theatre to confirm that has not changed.

The Oregon Trail @ Centerstage (Federal Way)
Aug 19 @ 7:30 pm

By Bekah Brunstetter
Directed by Jeanette Sanchez

Funny, provocative, and intelligent, The Oregon Trail follows 90’s kid Jane from Middle School, where she takes solace in her favorite 8-bit video game, to adulthood, where the game seems to follow her with its all-knowing gaze, helping her navigate her growing pains. As she grapples with what it is she truly wants, Jane meets someone entirely unexpected: her own great-great-grandmother, on the Oregon Trail … in 1848.

Location: Dash Point (Federal Way)

Tickets ($35) here.

Pork Filled Productions: She Devil of the China Seas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – International District)
Aug 19 @ 8:00 pm

By Roger W. Tang
Directed by Kiefer Harrington

Tse knew one thing: survival. She clawed her way up, using any means possible to aid her injured sister, Hei. But when China’s pirate king, Zhang Ngoi, offers her a chance for more, the sorceress Moh and her dark forces gather to destroy her before she can even accept…and fulfill a destiny from the gods!

Fielding one of the largest Asian American casts in recent Puget Sound history, She Devil is based on the real-life figure, Zhang Tse, history’s most successful pirate. Also known as Ching Shih, Zhang Yi and Ching Yi Saou, she defeated both Imperial Chinese and European fleets in her spectacular career in the 19th Century.

Preview 8/9, opens 8/11

Closed captioning available at 8/20 & 8/26 performances. Sensory relaxed performance 8/21 (matinee). See info here.

Tickets $10-$50 (sliding scale available for all) here.

14/48: The World’s Quickest Theater Festival – Outdoors @ Salmon Bay Park (Seattle – Ballard)
Aug 19 @ 9:30 pm

The namesake festival returns with a single weekend in Salmon Bay Park, with free admission!

14 plays will be written, cast, directed, rehearsed, scored, designed, and premiered in 48 hours — and audiences can enjoy these premiers while soaking up the beautiful Seattle summer weather. This event is free to the public and does not require a ticket.

Location: Salmon Bay Park (2001 NW Canoe Pl, in Ballard)

Free, no tickets required; show info here.

Aug
20
Sat
14/48: The World’s Quickest Theater Festival – Outdoors @ Salmon Bay Park (Seattle – Ballard) (ASL interpreted)
Aug 20 @ 7:00 pm

The namesake festival returns with a single weekend in Salmon Bay Park, with free admission!

14 plays will be written, cast, directed, rehearsed, scored, designed, and premiered in 48 hours — and audiences can enjoy these premiers while soaking up the beautiful Seattle summer weather. This event is free to the public and does not require a ticket.

Location: Salmon Bay Park (2001 NW Canoe Pl, in Ballard)

Free, no tickets required; show info here.

The 7pm performances are listed as ASL interpreted. As always, please check with the theatre to confirm that has not changed.

The Oregon Trail @ Centerstage (Federal Way)
Aug 20 @ 7:30 pm

By Bekah Brunstetter
Directed by Jeanette Sanchez

Funny, provocative, and intelligent, The Oregon Trail follows 90’s kid Jane from Middle School, where she takes solace in her favorite 8-bit video game, to adulthood, where the game seems to follow her with its all-knowing gaze, helping her navigate her growing pains. As she grapples with what it is she truly wants, Jane meets someone entirely unexpected: her own great-great-grandmother, on the Oregon Trail … in 1848.

Location: Dash Point (Federal Way)

Tickets ($35) here.

Pork Filled Productions: She Devil of the China Seas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – International District)
Aug 20 @ 8:00 pm

By Roger W. Tang
Directed by Kiefer Harrington

Tse knew one thing: survival. She clawed her way up, using any means possible to aid her injured sister, Hei. But when China’s pirate king, Zhang Ngoi, offers her a chance for more, the sorceress Moh and her dark forces gather to destroy her before she can even accept…and fulfill a destiny from the gods!

Fielding one of the largest Asian American casts in recent Puget Sound history, She Devil is based on the real-life figure, Zhang Tse, history’s most successful pirate. Also known as Ching Shih, Zhang Yi and Ching Yi Saou, she defeated both Imperial Chinese and European fleets in her spectacular career in the 19th Century.

Preview 8/9, opens 8/11

Closed captioning available at 8/20 & 8/26 performances. Sensory relaxed performance 8/21 (matinee). See info here.

Tickets $10-$50 (sliding scale available for all) here.

14/48: The World’s Quickest Theater Festival – Outdoors @ Salmon Bay Park (Seattle – Ballard)
Aug 20 @ 9:30 pm

The namesake festival returns with a single weekend in Salmon Bay Park, with free admission!

14 plays will be written, cast, directed, rehearsed, scored, designed, and premiered in 48 hours — and audiences can enjoy these premiers while soaking up the beautiful Seattle summer weather. This event is free to the public and does not require a ticket.

Location: Salmon Bay Park (2001 NW Canoe Pl, in Ballard)

Free, no tickets required; show info here.

Aug
21
Sun
Pork Filled Productions: She Devil of the China Seas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – International District) (sensory friendly)
Aug 21 @ 2:00 pm

By Roger W. Tang
Directed by Kiefer Harrington

Tse knew one thing: survival. She clawed her way up, using any means possible to aid her injured sister, Hei. But when China’s pirate king, Zhang Ngoi, offers her a chance for more, the sorceress Moh and her dark forces gather to destroy her before she can even accept…and fulfill a destiny from the gods!

Fielding one of the largest Asian American casts in recent Puget Sound history, She Devil is based on the real-life figure, Zhang Tse, history’s most successful pirate. Also known as Ching Shih, Zhang Yi and Ching Yi Saou, she defeated both Imperial Chinese and European fleets in her spectacular career in the 19th Century.

Preview 8/9, opens 8/11

Closed captioning available at 8/20 & 8/26 performances. Sensory relaxed performance (reduced-intensity lighting and sound) at 8/21 (matinee). See info here.

Tickets $10-$50 (sliding scale available for all) here.

The Oregon Trail @ Centerstage (Federal Way)
Aug 21 @ 2:00 pm

By Bekah Brunstetter
Directed by Jeanette Sanchez

Funny, provocative, and intelligent, The Oregon Trail follows 90’s kid Jane from Middle School, where she takes solace in her favorite 8-bit video game, to adulthood, where the game seems to follow her with its all-knowing gaze, helping her navigate her growing pains. As she grapples with what it is she truly wants, Jane meets someone entirely unexpected: her own great-great-grandmother, on the Oregon Trail … in 1848.

Location: Dash Point (Federal Way)

Tickets ($35) here.

The Play’s the Thing – Burien Actors Theatre @ Des Moines Beach Park (Des Moines)
Aug 21 @ 3:00 pm

By Ferenc Molnar
Adapted by P.G. Wodehouse
Directed by Rachel Rene

The story revolves around Albert, a young composer of a new show, and the playwright, Sandor. When Albert unexpectedly arrives to see his fiancée, Ilona, he heartbreakingly overhears her sharing her affection with another man, Almady.

Sandor begins to rewrite reality to save Albert from heartbreak and thus save his new show. Through clever misdirection, Sandor tries to make it seem this incident was just dialogue in a play and begins to prep his ‘actors’ to take the stage – but will Albert fall for it?

This ‘play-within-a-play’ technique will leave you laughing out loud as the lines between reality and mere ‘acting’ blur. The clever use of this technique leads you down twists and turns that set up the hilarious finale.

Free, outdoor, non-ticketed event; show info here.

 

Aug
23
Tue
Pork Filled Productions: She Devil of the China Seas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – International District)
Aug 23 @ 8:00 pm

By Roger W. Tang
Directed by Kiefer Harrington

Tse knew one thing: survival. She clawed her way up, using any means possible to aid her injured sister, Hei. But when China’s pirate king, Zhang Ngoi, offers her a chance for more, the sorceress Moh and her dark forces gather to destroy her before she can even accept…and fulfill a destiny from the gods!

Fielding one of the largest Asian American casts in recent Puget Sound history, She Devil is based on the real-life figure, Zhang Tse, history’s most successful pirate. Also known as Ching Shih, Zhang Yi and Ching Yi Saou, she defeated both Imperial Chinese and European fleets in her spectacular career in the 19th Century.

Preview 8/9, opens 8/11

Closed captioning available at 8/20 & 8/26 performances. Sensory relaxed performance 8/21 (matinee). See info here.

Tickets $10-$50 (sliding scale available for all) here.

Aug
25
Thu
Pork Filled Productions: She Devil of the China Seas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – International District)
Aug 25 @ 8:00 pm

By Roger W. Tang
Directed by Kiefer Harrington

Tse knew one thing: survival. She clawed her way up, using any means possible to aid her injured sister, Hei. But when China’s pirate king, Zhang Ngoi, offers her a chance for more, the sorceress Moh and her dark forces gather to destroy her before she can even accept…and fulfill a destiny from the gods!

Fielding one of the largest Asian American casts in recent Puget Sound history, She Devil is based on the real-life figure, Zhang Tse, history’s most successful pirate. Also known as Ching Shih, Zhang Yi and Ching Yi Saou, she defeated both Imperial Chinese and European fleets in her spectacular career in the 19th Century.

Preview 8/9, opens 8/11

Closed captioning available at 8/20 & 8/26 performances. Sensory relaxed performance 8/21 (matinee). See info here.

Tickets $10-$50 (sliding scale available for all) here.

Aug
26
Fri
The Oregon Trail @ Centerstage (Federal Way)
Aug 26 @ 7:30 pm

By Bekah Brunstetter
Directed by Jeanette Sanchez

Funny, provocative, and intelligent, The Oregon Trail follows 90’s kid Jane from Middle School, where she takes solace in her favorite 8-bit video game, to adulthood, where the game seems to follow her with its all-knowing gaze, helping her navigate her growing pains. As she grapples with what it is she truly wants, Jane meets someone entirely unexpected: her own great-great-grandmother, on the Oregon Trail … in 1848.

Location: Dash Point (Federal Way)

Tickets ($35) here.

Pork Filled Productions: She Devil of the China Seas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – International District)
Aug 26 @ 8:00 pm

By Roger W. Tang
Directed by Kiefer Harrington

Tse knew one thing: survival. She clawed her way up, using any means possible to aid her injured sister, Hei. But when China’s pirate king, Zhang Ngoi, offers her a chance for more, the sorceress Moh and her dark forces gather to destroy her before she can even accept…and fulfill a destiny from the gods!

Fielding one of the largest Asian American casts in recent Puget Sound history, She Devil is based on the real-life figure, Zhang Tse, history’s most successful pirate. Also known as Ching Shih, Zhang Yi and Ching Yi Saou, she defeated both Imperial Chinese and European fleets in her spectacular career in the 19th Century.

Preview 8/9, opens 8/11

Closed captioning available at 8/20 & 8/26 performances. Sensory relaxed performance 8/21 (matinee). See info here.

Tickets $10-$50 (sliding scale available for all) here.

Aug
27
Sat
The Oregon Trail @ Centerstage (Federal Way)
Aug 27 @ 7:30 pm

By Bekah Brunstetter
Directed by Jeanette Sanchez

Funny, provocative, and intelligent, The Oregon Trail follows 90’s kid Jane from Middle School, where she takes solace in her favorite 8-bit video game, to adulthood, where the game seems to follow her with its all-knowing gaze, helping her navigate her growing pains. As she grapples with what it is she truly wants, Jane meets someone entirely unexpected: her own great-great-grandmother, on the Oregon Trail … in 1848.

Location: Dash Point (Federal Way)

Tickets ($35) here.

Pork Filled Productions: She Devil of the China Seas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – International District)
Aug 27 @ 8:00 pm

By Roger W. Tang
Directed by Kiefer Harrington

Tse knew one thing: survival. She clawed her way up, using any means possible to aid her injured sister, Hei. But when China’s pirate king, Zhang Ngoi, offers her a chance for more, the sorceress Moh and her dark forces gather to destroy her before she can even accept…and fulfill a destiny from the gods!

Fielding one of the largest Asian American casts in recent Puget Sound history, She Devil is based on the real-life figure, Zhang Tse, history’s most successful pirate. Also known as Ching Shih, Zhang Yi and Ching Yi Saou, she defeated both Imperial Chinese and European fleets in her spectacular career in the 19th Century.

Preview 8/9, opens 8/11

Closed captioning available at 8/20 & 8/26 performances. Sensory relaxed performance 8/21 (matinee). See info here.

Tickets $10-$50 (sliding scale available for all) here.

Aug
28
Sun
The Oregon Trail @ Centerstage (Federal Way)
Aug 28 @ 2:00 pm

By Bekah Brunstetter
Directed by Jeanette Sanchez

Funny, provocative, and intelligent, The Oregon Trail follows 90’s kid Jane from Middle School, where she takes solace in her favorite 8-bit video game, to adulthood, where the game seems to follow her with its all-knowing gaze, helping her navigate her growing pains. As she grapples with what it is she truly wants, Jane meets someone entirely unexpected: her own great-great-grandmother, on the Oregon Trail … in 1848.

Location: Dash Point (Federal Way)

Tickets ($35) here.

Sep
2
Fri
The Oregon Trail @ Centerstage (Federal Way)
Sep 2 @ 7:30 pm

By Bekah Brunstetter
Directed by Jeanette Sanchez

Funny, provocative, and intelligent, The Oregon Trail follows 90’s kid Jane from Middle School, where she takes solace in her favorite 8-bit video game, to adulthood, where the game seems to follow her with its all-knowing gaze, helping her navigate her growing pains. As she grapples with what it is she truly wants, Jane meets someone entirely unexpected: her own great-great-grandmother, on the Oregon Trail … in 1848.

Location: Dash Point (Federal Way)

Tickets ($35) here.

Sep
3
Sat
The Oregon Trail @ Centerstage (Federal Way)
Sep 3 @ 7:30 pm

By Bekah Brunstetter
Directed by Jeanette Sanchez

Funny, provocative, and intelligent, The Oregon Trail follows 90’s kid Jane from Middle School, where she takes solace in her favorite 8-bit video game, to adulthood, where the game seems to follow her with its all-knowing gaze, helping her navigate her growing pains. As she grapples with what it is she truly wants, Jane meets someone entirely unexpected: her own great-great-grandmother, on the Oregon Trail … in 1848.

Location: Dash Point (Federal Way)

Tickets ($35) here.

Sep
4
Sun
The Oregon Trail @ Centerstage (Federal Way)
Sep 4 @ 2:00 pm

By Bekah Brunstetter
Directed by Jeanette Sanchez

Funny, provocative, and intelligent, The Oregon Trail follows 90’s kid Jane from Middle School, where she takes solace in her favorite 8-bit video game, to adulthood, where the game seems to follow her with its all-knowing gaze, helping her navigate her growing pains. As she grapples with what it is she truly wants, Jane meets someone entirely unexpected: her own great-great-grandmother, on the Oregon Trail … in 1848.

Location: Dash Point (Federal Way)

Tickets ($35) here.

Sep
9
Fri
The Oregon Trail @ Centerstage (Federal Way)
Sep 9 @ 7:30 pm

By Bekah Brunstetter
Directed by Jeanette Sanchez

Funny, provocative, and intelligent, The Oregon Trail follows 90’s kid Jane from Middle School, where she takes solace in her favorite 8-bit video game, to adulthood, where the game seems to follow her with its all-knowing gaze, helping her navigate her growing pains. As she grapples with what it is she truly wants, Jane meets someone entirely unexpected: her own great-great-grandmother, on the Oregon Trail … in 1848.

Location: Dash Point (Federal Way)

Tickets ($35) here.

Sep
10
Sat
The Oregon Trail @ Centerstage (Federal Way)
Sep 10 @ 7:30 pm

By Bekah Brunstetter
Directed by Jeanette Sanchez

Funny, provocative, and intelligent, The Oregon Trail follows 90’s kid Jane from Middle School, where she takes solace in her favorite 8-bit video game, to adulthood, where the game seems to follow her with its all-knowing gaze, helping her navigate her growing pains. As she grapples with what it is she truly wants, Jane meets someone entirely unexpected: her own great-great-grandmother, on the Oregon Trail … in 1848.

Location: Dash Point (Federal Way)

Tickets ($35) here.

Sep
11
Sun
The Oregon Trail @ Centerstage (Federal Way)
Sep 11 @ 2:00 pm

By Bekah Brunstetter
Directed by Jeanette Sanchez

Funny, provocative, and intelligent, The Oregon Trail follows 90’s kid Jane from Middle School, where she takes solace in her favorite 8-bit video game, to adulthood, where the game seems to follow her with its all-knowing gaze, helping her navigate her growing pains. As she grapples with what it is she truly wants, Jane meets someone entirely unexpected: her own great-great-grandmother, on the Oregon Trail … in 1848.

Location: Dash Point (Federal Way)

Tickets ($35) here.