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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Aug
10
Wed
Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 10 @ 7:00 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Joketellers Union @ Clock-Out Lounge (Seattle – Beacon Hill)
Aug 10 @ 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.

 

Aug
11
Thu
Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 11 @ 7:00 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Down the Rabbit Hole – Cafe Nordo @ The Knife Room (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Aug 11 @ 7:30 pm

Alice and friends return to The Knife Room at Nordo this spring with the smash hit audience favorite “Down the Rabbit Hole”. This Karaoke Cabaret of Nonsense features immersive art installations for you to wander throughs such as “The Mad Hatter’s Tearoom” where your salad is plucked from thin air, the “Wonderland Menagerie” where the Mad Hatter and March Hare serve teapots of mushroom soup with goat cheese “sugar cubes”, and “The Infinity Garden of Living Flowers”, where the daisies want you to look your best in the mirrored and instagrammable world. Themed cocktail confections abound in this romping and roaming feast for the senses.

The story centers around all things wonderland – your favorite tales like “The Walrus and the Carpenter” and “The Stolen Tart” are set to original music, or played out with you as judge and jury with hilarious consequences. The entire evening is MC’d by the White Rabbit, as he belts out inspired hits from Jefferson Airplane and Gnarls Barley and encourages the Mad Hatter, March Hare, and Queen of Hearts to sing their favorite tunes.

A Pop-Up Tasting Menu is included in the ticket price.

Location: Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square) downstairs in the Knife Room, which is only reached by stairs and is not wheelchair accessible.

Tickets ($100-$110), here.

Aug
12
Fri
Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 12 @ 7:00 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Down the Rabbit Hole – Cafe Nordo @ The Knife Room (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Aug 12 @ 7:30 pm

Alice and friends return to The Knife Room at Nordo this spring with the smash hit audience favorite “Down the Rabbit Hole”. This Karaoke Cabaret of Nonsense features immersive art installations for you to wander throughs such as “The Mad Hatter’s Tearoom” where your salad is plucked from thin air, the “Wonderland Menagerie” where the Mad Hatter and March Hare serve teapots of mushroom soup with goat cheese “sugar cubes”, and “The Infinity Garden of Living Flowers”, where the daisies want you to look your best in the mirrored and instagrammable world. Themed cocktail confections abound in this romping and roaming feast for the senses.

The story centers around all things wonderland – your favorite tales like “The Walrus and the Carpenter” and “The Stolen Tart” are set to original music, or played out with you as judge and jury with hilarious consequences. The entire evening is MC’d by the White Rabbit, as he belts out inspired hits from Jefferson Airplane and Gnarls Barley and encourages the Mad Hatter, March Hare, and Queen of Hearts to sing their favorite tunes.

A Pop-Up Tasting Menu is included in the ticket price.

Location: Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square) downstairs in the Knife Room, which is only reached by stairs and is not wheelchair accessible.

Tickets ($100-$110), here.

Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 12 @ 9:45 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Aug
13
Sat
Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 13 @ 7:00 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Down the Rabbit Hole – Cafe Nordo @ The Knife Room (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Aug 13 @ 7:30 pm

Alice and friends return to The Knife Room at Nordo this spring with the smash hit audience favorite “Down the Rabbit Hole”. This Karaoke Cabaret of Nonsense features immersive art installations for you to wander throughs such as “The Mad Hatter’s Tearoom” where your salad is plucked from thin air, the “Wonderland Menagerie” where the Mad Hatter and March Hare serve teapots of mushroom soup with goat cheese “sugar cubes”, and “The Infinity Garden of Living Flowers”, where the daisies want you to look your best in the mirrored and instagrammable world. Themed cocktail confections abound in this romping and roaming feast for the senses.

The story centers around all things wonderland – your favorite tales like “The Walrus and the Carpenter” and “The Stolen Tart” are set to original music, or played out with you as judge and jury with hilarious consequences. The entire evening is MC’d by the White Rabbit, as he belts out inspired hits from Jefferson Airplane and Gnarls Barley and encourages the Mad Hatter, March Hare, and Queen of Hearts to sing their favorite tunes.

A Pop-Up Tasting Menu is included in the ticket price.

Location: Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square) downstairs in the Knife Room, which is only reached by stairs and is not wheelchair accessible.

Tickets ($100-$110), here.

Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 13 @ 9:45 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Aug
14
Sun
Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 14 @ 7:00 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Aug
17
Wed
Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 17 @ 7:00 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Aug
18
Thu
Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 18 @ 7:00 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Aug
19
Fri
Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 19 @ 7:00 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 19 @ 9:45 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Aug
20
Sat
Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 20 @ 7:00 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 20 @ 9:45 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Aug
21
Sun
Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 21 @ 7:00 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Aug
24
Wed
Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 24 @ 7:00 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Joketellers Union @ Clock-Out Lounge (Seattle – Beacon Hill)
Aug 24 @ 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.

 

Aug
25
Thu
Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 25 @ 7:00 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Aug
26
Fri
Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 26 @ 7:00 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 26 @ 9:45 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Aug
27
Sat
Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 27 @ 7:00 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 27 @ 9:45 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Aug
28
Sun
Lola @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Aug 28 @ 7:00 pm

Inspired by the lyrics of Barry Manilow’s Grammy Award-winning song “Copacabana,” Can Can’s summer show masterfully blends gender bending comedy and flirtatous sex appeal.

It’s 1970 at the Copacabana where famed showgirl Lola and bartender Tony are on the fritz after a lengthy tumultuous affair. Lola’s fellow performers are caught in the middle of the relationship drama and torn between their loyalty to Lola and their drinking buddy, Tony. Rico the suave, womanizing flair bartender from Fuegos Mucho Caliente (the Copacabana’s rival restaurant) has caught wind of the break-up and plans his pursuit of Lola. When Tony hears of Rico and Lola’s entanglement, he crafts a plan to win Lola back. As Rico and Tony’s rivalry escalates, fate will decide who wins the hand of the prized showgirl.

Tickets (starting at $83-$126, depending on night) here.

 

Sep
14
Wed
Joketellers Union @ Clock-Out Lounge (Seattle – Beacon Hill)
Sep 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.

 

Sep
28
Wed
Joketellers Union @ Clock-Out Lounge (Seattle – Beacon Hill)
Sep 28 @ 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.

 

Oct
26
Wed
Joketellers Union @ Clock-Out Lounge (Seattle – Beacon Hill)
Oct 26 @ 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.

 

Nov
9
Wed
Joketellers Union @ Clock-Out Lounge (Seattle – Beacon Hill)
Nov 9 @ 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.

 

Nov
23
Wed
Joketellers Union @ Clock-Out Lounge (Seattle – Beacon Hill)
Nov 23 @ 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
14
Wed
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
28
Wed
Joketellers Union @ Clock-Out Lounge (Seattle – Beacon Hill)
Dec 28 @ 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.