Performance Calendar

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

We try hard to provide updated information, but these showtimes are not official. Please confirm dates/times with the individual theatres via their ticketing pages.


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Dec
2
Fri
Scott Shoemaker’s War on Christmas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int’l District)
Dec 2 @ 8:00 pm

Christmas is saved! Come down to TOJ and treat yourself to some holiday cheer while you laugh your Christmas stockings off. But be warned — this show is definitely on the naughty list.

It’s a hilarious night of comedy, songs, dance numbers, delightful videos, and partial nudity. Written by Freddy Molitch and Scott Shoemaker, featuring Ade, Faggedy Randy, Major Scales, and Mandy Price.

A co-production from Shoes and Pants Productions and Theatre off Jackson

Admission 21+

Tickets ($33+) here.

 

Seattle Theatresports @ Unexpected Productions (Seattle – Pike Place)
Dec 2 @ 9:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Seattle’s weekly, high-stakes, competitive improv comedy show

Based on audience suggestions, two teams of incredible improvisers rumble, creating exciting fast-paced improv games, hilarious stories, scenes, and songs right on the spot and in the moment. Boo the judges as they award points to each team. At the end of the night, one team is declared a winner, and the audience member with the suggestion walks out with a prize.

Location: downstairs at Pike Place Market, next to the gum wall

Tickets ($16) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 2 @ 9:30 pm – 11:00 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

Dec
3
Sat
A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 3 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

Scott Shoemaker’s War on Christmas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int’l District)
Dec 3 @ 8:00 pm

Christmas is saved! Come down to TOJ and treat yourself to some holiday cheer while you laugh your Christmas stockings off. But be warned — this show is definitely on the naughty list.

It’s a hilarious night of comedy, songs, dance numbers, delightful videos, and partial nudity. Written by Freddy Molitch and Scott Shoemaker, featuring Ade, Faggedy Randy, Major Scales, and Mandy Price.

A co-production from Shoes and Pants Productions and Theatre off Jackson

Admission 21+

Tickets ($33+) here.

 

Seattle Theatresports @ Unexpected Productions (Seattle – Pike Place)
Dec 3 @ 9:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Seattle’s weekly, high-stakes, competitive improv comedy show

Based on audience suggestions, two teams of incredible improvisers rumble, creating exciting fast-paced improv games, hilarious stories, scenes, and songs right on the spot and in the moment. Boo the judges as they award points to each team. At the end of the night, one team is declared a winner, and the audience member with the suggestion walks out with a prize.

Location: downstairs at Pike Place Market, next to the gum wall

Tickets ($16) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 3 @ 9:30 pm – 11:00 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

Dec
4
Sun
A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 4 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 4 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

Dec
5
Mon
The Edge Improv @ Bainbridge Performing Arts (Bainbridge Island)
Dec 5 @ 7:30 pm

As summer sizzles out, we’re ready to help you cozy into fall with a hot cup of Pumpkin Spice Improv. Who needs Starbucks when you’ve got The Edge to warm your spirits with their unpredictable comedy and ability to make you laugh despite the fact that cold weather is just around the corner.

Location: Bainbridge Cinemas (403 Madison Ave.)

Tickets ($15) here.

Dec
6
Tue
The Comedy Nest @ The Rendezvous (Seattle – Belltown)
Dec 6 @ 8:00 pm

The Comedy Nest is a womxn-focused comedy show and open mic, with half of open mic spots reserved for womxn. The Comedy Nest is a supportive, heckle-free environment to try out new material. All comedians, new or seasoned, agree to abide by a hate-free policy.

A featured comic, usually a great out-of-towner or a local favorite, closes out the show with a longer set. Come out, laugh, and support the Seattle stand-up scene.

Every Tuesday night at 8ish // doors at 7:30. Pay what you choose, with a suggested donation of $10. 21+.

Show info here.

Dec
7
Wed
A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 7 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

Duo Comedy Showcase @ Unexpected Productions (Seattle – Pike Place)
Dec 7 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Duo Comedy Showcase is Seattle’s only public open-mic for improv, where two-person teams create spontaneous scenes on the fly. At Duos, newer improvisers have an opportunity to improve while professional improvisers practice and try new things. All experience levels welcome.

Location: downstairs at Pike Place Market, next to the gum wall

Tickets ($11) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 7 @ 9:00 pm – 10:30 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

Dec
8
Thu
Kiki & Herb: Do You Hear What We Hear? @ The Moore Theatre (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 8 @ 7:30 pm

This holiday season, prepare yourself for sleighing belles, rabid yells, and tidings of joy from New York’s most iconic “octogenarian” lounge act, Kiki & Herb, created and performed by Justin Vivian Bond and Kenny Mellman. This relentlessly fabulous duo will haunt audiences nationwide with a brand-new holiday spectacular.

Bond and Mellman’s signature cocktail of boozy banter, pop-culture shmaltz, and claws-out cultural critique has charmed cities across this nation for more than two decades. The infamous duo make their way through a number of seasonal songs, belting Christmas classics, and slinging enough cheer to choke down this holiday season.

Tickets ($56+) here.

 

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 8 @ 8:00 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 8 @ 9:30 pm – 11:00 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

Dec
9
Fri
A Very Drunken Christmas Carol @ Seattle Opera (Seattle Center – Mercer St.)
Dec 9 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

The Drunken Tenor is back! After sold out performances in 2021, A Very Drunken Christmas Carol returns to Seattle Opera this December. See what new shenanigans occur in this retelling of Charles Dickens’ time-honored holiday classic where, in true Drunken Tenor comedy opera fashion, things get turned upside down. While preparing for a holiday concert, The Drunken Tenor gets hit in the head, knocked out, and wakes up in an alternate reality. He embarks on a journey to understand how he became the person he is and the possible consequences of his choices. Along the way, he is joined by duet partners of the past, present, and future for a mix of opera, holiday favorites, and much more.

Location: Opera Center (Tagney Jones Hall)

Tickets ($55) here.

 

Jonathan Van Ness: Imaginary Living Room Olympian @ The Paramount Theatre (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 9 @ 8:00 pm

Fresh off releasing his second book, this member of Queer Eye’s Fab Five brings comedy, gymnastics, and self-love to Seattle to brighten the dark days of December.

Tickets ($63+) here.

 

Scott Shoemaker’s War on Christmas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int’l District)
Dec 9 @ 8:00 pm

Christmas is saved! Come down to TOJ and treat yourself to some holiday cheer while you laugh your Christmas stockings off. But be warned — this show is definitely on the naughty list.

It’s a hilarious night of comedy, songs, dance numbers, delightful videos, and partial nudity. Written by Freddy Molitch and Scott Shoemaker, featuring Ade, Faggedy Randy, Major Scales, and Mandy Price.

A co-production from Shoes and Pants Productions and Theatre off Jackson

Admission 21+

Tickets ($33+) here.

 

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 9 @ 8:00 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

Seattle Theatresports @ Unexpected Productions (Seattle – Pike Place)
Dec 9 @ 9:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Seattle’s weekly, high-stakes, competitive improv comedy show

Based on audience suggestions, two teams of incredible improvisers rumble, creating exciting fast-paced improv games, hilarious stories, scenes, and songs right on the spot and in the moment. Boo the judges as they award points to each team. At the end of the night, one team is declared a winner, and the audience member with the suggestion walks out with a prize.

Location: downstairs at Pike Place Market, next to the gum wall

Tickets ($16) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 9 @ 9:30 pm – 11:00 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

Dec
10
Sat
A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 10 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 10 @ 2:30 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

Scott Shoemaker’s War on Christmas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int’l District)
Dec 10 @ 8:00 pm

Christmas is saved! Come down to TOJ and treat yourself to some holiday cheer while you laugh your Christmas stockings off. But be warned — this show is definitely on the naughty list.

It’s a hilarious night of comedy, songs, dance numbers, delightful videos, and partial nudity. Written by Freddy Molitch and Scott Shoemaker, featuring Ade, Faggedy Randy, Major Scales, and Mandy Price.

A co-production from Shoes and Pants Productions and Theatre off Jackson

Admission 21+

Tickets ($33+) here.

 

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 10 @ 8:00 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

Seattle Theatresports @ Unexpected Productions (Seattle – Pike Place)
Dec 10 @ 9:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Seattle’s weekly, high-stakes, competitive improv comedy show

Based on audience suggestions, two teams of incredible improvisers rumble, creating exciting fast-paced improv games, hilarious stories, scenes, and songs right on the spot and in the moment. Boo the judges as they award points to each team. At the end of the night, one team is declared a winner, and the audience member with the suggestion walks out with a prize.

Location: downstairs at Pike Place Market, next to the gum wall

Tickets ($16) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 10 @ 9:30 pm – 11:00 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

Dec
11
Sun
The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 11 @ 2:30 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

A Very Drunken Christmas Carol @ Seattle Opera (Seattle Center – Mercer St.)
Dec 11 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Drunken Tenor is back! After sold out performances in 2021, A Very Drunken Christmas Carol returns to Seattle Opera this December. See what new shenanigans occur in this retelling of Charles Dickens’ time-honored holiday classic where, in true Drunken Tenor comedy opera fashion, things get turned upside down. While preparing for a holiday concert, The Drunken Tenor gets hit in the head, knocked out, and wakes up in an alternate reality. He embarks on a journey to understand how he became the person he is and the possible consequences of his choices. Along the way, he is joined by duet partners of the past, present, and future for a mix of opera, holiday favorites, and much more.

Location: Opera Center (Tagney Jones Hall)

Tickets ($55) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 11 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 11 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 11 @ 7:30 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

Dec
13
Tue
The Comedy Nest @ The Rendezvous (Seattle – Belltown)
Dec 13 @ 8:00 pm

The Comedy Nest is a womxn-focused comedy show and open mic, with half of open mic spots reserved for womxn. The Comedy Nest is a supportive, heckle-free environment to try out new material. All comedians, new or seasoned, agree to abide by a hate-free policy.

A featured comic, usually a great out-of-towner or a local favorite, closes out the show with a longer set. Come out, laugh, and support the Seattle stand-up scene.

Every Tuesday night at 8ish // doors at 7:30. Pay what you choose, with a suggested donation of $10. 21+.

Show info here.

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 13 @ 8:00 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

Dec
14
Wed
A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 14 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 14 @ 8:00 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

Joketellers Union @ Clock-Out Lounge (Seattle – Beacon Hill)
Dec 14 @ 8:30 pm

An ongoing comedy show produced by Brett Hamil and Emmett Montgomery, featuring local and nationally touring comedians, special guests with special talents, friendship, pizza, and rhythmic clapping. 21+.

Tickets ($11 online) and show info here.

 

Dec
15
Thu
The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 15 @ 8:00 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 15 @ 9:30 pm – 11:00 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

Dec
16
Fri
A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 16 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

A Very Drunken Christmas Carol @ Seattle Opera (Seattle Center – Mercer St.)
Dec 16 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

The Drunken Tenor is back! After sold out performances in 2021, A Very Drunken Christmas Carol returns to Seattle Opera this December. See what new shenanigans occur in this retelling of Charles Dickens’ time-honored holiday classic where, in true Drunken Tenor comedy opera fashion, things get turned upside down. While preparing for a holiday concert, The Drunken Tenor gets hit in the head, knocked out, and wakes up in an alternate reality. He embarks on a journey to understand how he became the person he is and the possible consequences of his choices. Along the way, he is joined by duet partners of the past, present, and future for a mix of opera, holiday favorites, and much more.

Location: Opera Center (Tagney Jones Hall)

Tickets ($55) here.

 

Scott Shoemaker’s War on Christmas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int’l District)
Dec 16 @ 8:00 pm

Christmas is saved! Come down to TOJ and treat yourself to some holiday cheer while you laugh your Christmas stockings off. But be warned — this show is definitely on the naughty list.

It’s a hilarious night of comedy, songs, dance numbers, delightful videos, and partial nudity. Written by Freddy Molitch and Scott Shoemaker, featuring Ade, Faggedy Randy, Major Scales, and Mandy Price.

A co-production from Shoes and Pants Productions and Theatre off Jackson

Admission 21+

Tickets ($33+) here.

 

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 16 @ 8:00 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 16 @ 9:00 pm – 10:30 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

Seattle Theatresports @ Unexpected Productions (Seattle – Pike Place)
Dec 16 @ 9:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Seattle’s weekly, high-stakes, competitive improv comedy show

Based on audience suggestions, two teams of incredible improvisers rumble, creating exciting fast-paced improv games, hilarious stories, scenes, and songs right on the spot and in the moment. Boo the judges as they award points to each team. At the end of the night, one team is declared a winner, and the audience member with the suggestion walks out with a prize.

Location: downstairs at Pike Place Market, next to the gum wall

Tickets ($16) here.

 

Dec
17
Sat
A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 17 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 17 @ 2:30 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

Scott Shoemaker’s War on Christmas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int’l District)
Dec 17 @ 3:00 pm

Christmas is saved! Come down to TOJ and treat yourself to some holiday cheer while you laugh your Christmas stockings off. But be warned — this show is definitely on the naughty list.

It’s a hilarious night of comedy, songs, dance numbers, delightful videos, and partial nudity. Written by Freddy Molitch and Scott Shoemaker, featuring Ade, Faggedy Randy, Major Scales, and Mandy Price.

A co-production from Shoes and Pants Productions and Theatre off Jackson

Admission 21+

Tickets ($33+) here.

 

God is a Scottish Drag Queen: Christmas Special @ Theater on the Square (Tacoma)
Dec 17 @ 7:30 pm

Always irreverent, never blasphemous. Dressed in an all new holiday power suit, God returns to set the record straight and expound on everything from the beginnings of Christmas with Yule, Saturnalia and Winter Solstice, to holiday foods, Christmas carols, Star Wars, the true story of the Nativity, and even Tiny Tim.

This show blends together the nostalgia of holidays gone by, a hilarious and laugh-out-loud look at the holidays of today, and a heartwarming perfectly sweet peek at holidays yet to come. You will never look at Egg Nog the same way again.

Tickets ($35-$58.50) here.

 

Rich Gray’s Forbidden Xmas – Showtunes Theatre @ Cornish Playhouse (Seattle Center)
Dec 17 @ 7:30 pm

A holiday musical satire of life in the Northwest

Forbidden Xmas was an annual holiday tradition for many years in Seattle. Written by Seattle’s own Rich Gray, it was a holiday musical parody show that was updated each year to poke fun at and celebrate what was going on in the Northwest at the time. It’s time to bring this hit back to the northwest with some new songs and sketches as well as some of the favorites from its past productions in the 90s.

Location: Cornish Playhouse (201 Mercer St.)

Tickets ($55) here.

 

Scott Shoemaker’s War on Christmas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int’l District)
Dec 17 @ 8:00 pm

Christmas is saved! Come down to TOJ and treat yourself to some holiday cheer while you laugh your Christmas stockings off. But be warned — this show is definitely on the naughty list.

It’s a hilarious night of comedy, songs, dance numbers, delightful videos, and partial nudity. Written by Freddy Molitch and Scott Shoemaker, featuring Ade, Faggedy Randy, Major Scales, and Mandy Price.

A co-production from Shoes and Pants Productions and Theatre off Jackson

Admission 21+

Tickets ($33+) here.

 

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 17 @ 8:00 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

Seattle Theatresports @ Unexpected Productions (Seattle – Pike Place)
Dec 17 @ 9:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Seattle’s weekly, high-stakes, competitive improv comedy show

Based on audience suggestions, two teams of incredible improvisers rumble, creating exciting fast-paced improv games, hilarious stories, scenes, and songs right on the spot and in the moment. Boo the judges as they award points to each team. At the end of the night, one team is declared a winner, and the audience member with the suggestion walks out with a prize.

Location: downstairs at Pike Place Market, next to the gum wall

Tickets ($16) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 17 @ 9:30 pm – 11:00 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

Dec
18
Sun
Rich Gray’s Forbidden Xmas – Showtunes Theatre @ Cornish Playhouse (Seattle Center)
Dec 18 @ 2:00 pm

A holiday musical satire of life in the Northwest

Forbidden Xmas was an annual holiday tradition for many years in Seattle. Written by Seattle’s own Rich Gray, it was a holiday musical parody show that was updated each year to poke fun at and celebrate what was going on in the Northwest at the time. It’s time to bring this hit back to the northwest with some new songs and sketches as well as some of the favorites from its past productions in the 90s.

Location: Cornish Playhouse (201 Mercer St.)

Tickets ($55) here.

 

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 18 @ 2:30 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

God is a Scottish Drag Queen: Christmas Special @ Theater on the Square (Tacoma)
Dec 18 @ 3:00 pm

Always irreverent, never blasphemous. Dressed in an all new holiday power suit, God returns to set the record straight and expound on everything from the beginnings of Christmas with Yule, Saturnalia and Winter Solstice, to holiday foods, Christmas carols, Star Wars, the true story of the Nativity, and even Tiny Tim.

This show blends together the nostalgia of holidays gone by, a hilarious and laugh-out-loud look at the holidays of today, and a heartwarming perfectly sweet peek at holidays yet to come. You will never look at Egg Nog the same way again.

Tickets ($35-$58.50) here.

 

Scott Shoemaker’s War on Christmas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int’l District)
Dec 18 @ 3:00 pm

Christmas is saved! Come down to TOJ and treat yourself to some holiday cheer while you laugh your Christmas stockings off. But be warned — this show is definitely on the naughty list.

It’s a hilarious night of comedy, songs, dance numbers, delightful videos, and partial nudity. Written by Freddy Molitch and Scott Shoemaker, featuring Ade, Faggedy Randy, Major Scales, and Mandy Price.

A co-production from Shoes and Pants Productions and Theatre off Jackson

Admission 21+

Tickets ($33+) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 18 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

A Very Drunken Christmas Carol @ Seattle Opera (Seattle Center – Mercer St.)
Dec 18 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Drunken Tenor is back! After sold out performances in 2021, A Very Drunken Christmas Carol returns to Seattle Opera this December. See what new shenanigans occur in this retelling of Charles Dickens’ time-honored holiday classic where, in true Drunken Tenor comedy opera fashion, things get turned upside down. While preparing for a holiday concert, The Drunken Tenor gets hit in the head, knocked out, and wakes up in an alternate reality. He embarks on a journey to understand how he became the person he is and the possible consequences of his choices. Along the way, he is joined by duet partners of the past, present, and future for a mix of opera, holiday favorites, and much more.

Location: Opera Center (Tagney Jones Hall)

Tickets ($55) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 18 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

God is a Scottish Drag Queen: Christmas Special @ Theater on the Square (Tacoma)
Dec 18 @ 7:30 pm

Always irreverent, never blasphemous. Dressed in an all new holiday power suit, God returns to set the record straight and expound on everything from the beginnings of Christmas with Yule, Saturnalia and Winter Solstice, to holiday foods, Christmas carols, Star Wars, the true story of the Nativity, and even Tiny Tim.

This show blends together the nostalgia of holidays gone by, a hilarious and laugh-out-loud look at the holidays of today, and a heartwarming perfectly sweet peek at holidays yet to come. You will never look at Egg Nog the same way again.

Tickets ($35-$58.50) here.

 

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 18 @ 7:30 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

Christmas with Creed Bratton @ Neptune Theatre (Seattle – U-District)
Dec 18 @ 8:00 pm

A Holiday celebration and toy drive

Mysterious, eccentric, good-hearted, and downright talented are all words that have been used to describe actor and musician Creed Bratton over the years. Creed may be best known for starring as a fictional version of himself on nine seasons of the award winning, critically acclaimed NBC series “The Office.” For nearly eight years fans worldwide grew to love him as Dunder Mifflin’s quality assurance director who unapologetically forgets the names of his own co-workers, and says bizarre confusing statements on a regular basis. If Creed was onscreen, laughs were sure to follow.

While Creed may be best known for his on-screen antics, he is also an established musician with a career in music that spans nearly five decades, and he isn’t slowing down anytime soon.

Please consider donating an unwrapped toy to make a child’s holiday special.

Tickets ($43+) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 18 @ 8:30 pm – 10:00 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

Dec
19
Mon
A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 19 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 19 @ 8:30 pm – 10:00 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

Dec
20
Tue
A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 20 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

The Comedy Nest @ The Rendezvous (Seattle – Belltown)
Dec 20 @ 8:00 pm

The Comedy Nest is a womxn-focused comedy show and open mic, with half of open mic spots reserved for womxn. The Comedy Nest is a supportive, heckle-free environment to try out new material. All comedians, new or seasoned, agree to abide by a hate-free policy.

A featured comic, usually a great out-of-towner or a local favorite, closes out the show with a longer set. Come out, laugh, and support the Seattle stand-up scene.

Every Tuesday night at 8ish // doors at 7:30. Pay what you choose, with a suggested donation of $10. 21+.

Show info here.

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 20 @ 8:00 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

A Very Die Hard Christmas – The Habit @ Seattle Public Theater (Green Lake)
Dec 20 @ 8:30 pm – 10:00 pm

By Jeff Schell and The Habit
Directed by Mark Siano

Ki Yay! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for years, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Tickets ($38) here.

 

Dec
21
Wed
Scott Shoemaker’s War on Christmas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int’l District)
Dec 21 @ 8:00 pm

Christmas is saved! Come down to TOJ and treat yourself to some holiday cheer while you laugh your Christmas stockings off. But be warned — this show is definitely on the naughty list.

It’s a hilarious night of comedy, songs, dance numbers, delightful videos, and partial nudity. Written by Freddy Molitch and Scott Shoemaker, featuring Ade, Faggedy Randy, Major Scales, and Mandy Price.

A co-production from Shoes and Pants Productions and Theatre off Jackson

Admission 21+

Tickets ($33+) here.

 

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 21 @ 8:00 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Show @ The Moore Theatre (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 21 @ 8:00 pm

You better watch out, you better not cry, because the queens of Christmas are coming back to your town with the wildly successful, internationally acclaimed holiday show. Join the sugary DeLa and spicy Jinkx for another year of fabulous spectacle, whip-smart comedy, brand new songs, and annual favorites.

Tickets ($51.50+) here.

 

Dec
22
Thu
Scott Shoemaker’s War on Christmas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int’l District)
Dec 22 @ 8:00 pm

Christmas is saved! Come down to TOJ and treat yourself to some holiday cheer while you laugh your Christmas stockings off. But be warned — this show is definitely on the naughty list.

It’s a hilarious night of comedy, songs, dance numbers, delightful videos, and partial nudity. Written by Freddy Molitch and Scott Shoemaker, featuring Ade, Faggedy Randy, Major Scales, and Mandy Price.

A co-production from Shoes and Pants Productions and Theatre off Jackson

Admission 21+

Tickets ($33+) here.

 

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 22 @ 8:00 pm

Get a butter knife and spread the word: Dina Martina is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT for an all-new Christmas show, joined by composer/musician Chris Jeffries.

A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility. You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.

Tickets ($29-$60) here.

 

The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Show @ The Moore Theatre (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 22 @ 8:00 pm

You better watch out, you better not cry, because the queens of Christmas are coming back to your town with the wildly successful, internationally acclaimed holiday show. Join the sugary DeLa and spicy Jinkx for another year of fabulous spectacle, whip-smart comedy, brand new songs, and annual favorites.

Tickets ($51.50+) here.

 

Dec
23
Fri
Scott Shoemaker’s War on Christmas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int’l District)
Dec 23 @ 8:00 pm

Christmas is saved! Come down to TOJ and treat yourself to some holiday cheer while you laugh your Christmas stockings off. But be warned — this show is definitely on the naughty list.

It’s a hilarious night of comedy, songs, dance numbers, delightful videos, and partial nudity. Written by Freddy Molitch and Scott Shoemaker, featuring Ade, Faggedy Randy, Major Scales, and Mandy Price.

A co-production from Shoes and Pants Productions and Theatre off Jackson

Admission 21+

Tickets ($33+) here.