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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Sep
28
Wed
The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Sep 28 @ 7:00 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+ to $126+, depending on date) here.

Theatre menu is here.

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Sep 28 @ 7:30 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Sep
29
Thu
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Sep 29 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Spirit Parlour @ Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Sep 29 @ 7:00 pm

Created by Julia Nardin & Mark Siano

This autumn, cross over into Nordo’s Spirit Parlour and raise a glass in honor of the dead. We invite you to join a secret order of spiritualists and summon a carefully curated collection of ghosts for the evening’s entertainment.

You’ll enjoy a variety of interactive performances, sample from a wine and cocktail menu steeped in lore, and discover their stories at the bottom of your glass. Spirit Parlour is a fully immersive haunting with a limited number of seats to preserve a sense of intimacy and strengthen the connection between the living and the dead. Reserve your table now — before it’s too late.

Unlike some other Nordo events, dinner and beverages are not included in the general ticket price. VIP packages available.

Sunday’s 6pm performances ($128) include the Nordo Dinner Experience crafted by chef Erin Brindley.

Admission 21+

Tickets $38+ (vary by day and time; lowest at Thursday late-night shows), here.

 

The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Sep 29 @ 7:00 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+ to $126+, depending on date) here.

Theatre menu is here.

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Sep 29 @ 7:30 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Spirit Parlour @ Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Sep 29 @ 9:30 pm

Created by Julia Nardin & Mark Siano

This autumn, cross over into Nordo’s Spirit Parlour and raise a glass in honor of the dead. We invite you to join a secret order of spiritualists and summon a carefully curated collection of ghosts for the evening’s entertainment.

You’ll enjoy a variety of interactive performances, sample from a wine and cocktail menu steeped in lore, and discover their stories at the bottom of your glass. Spirit Parlour is a fully immersive haunting with a limited number of seats to preserve a sense of intimacy and strengthen the connection between the living and the dead. Reserve your table now — before it’s too late.

Unlike some other Nordo events, dinner and beverages are not included in the general ticket price. VIP packages available.

Sunday’s 6pm performances ($128) include the Nordo Dinner Experience crafted by chef Erin Brindley.

Admission 21+

Tickets $38+ (vary by day and time; lowest at Thursday late-night shows), here.

 

Sep
30
Fri
Spirit Parlour @ Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Sep 30 @ 7:00 pm

Created by Julia Nardin & Mark Siano

This autumn, cross over into Nordo’s Spirit Parlour and raise a glass in honor of the dead. We invite you to join a secret order of spiritualists and summon a carefully curated collection of ghosts for the evening’s entertainment.

You’ll enjoy a variety of interactive performances, sample from a wine and cocktail menu steeped in lore, and discover their stories at the bottom of your glass. Spirit Parlour is a fully immersive haunting with a limited number of seats to preserve a sense of intimacy and strengthen the connection between the living and the dead. Reserve your table now — before it’s too late.

Unlike some other Nordo events, dinner and beverages are not included in the general ticket price. VIP packages available.

Sunday’s 6pm performances ($128) include the Nordo Dinner Experience crafted by chef Erin Brindley.

Admission 21+

Tickets $38+ (vary by day and time; lowest at Thursday late-night shows), here.

 

The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Sep 30 @ 7:00 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+ to $126+, depending on date) here.

Theatre menu is here.

 

Jekyll and Hyde @ Western Washington Center for the Arts (Port Orchard)
Sep 30 @ 7:30 pm

By Steve Cuden & Frank Wildhorn​
Directed by Kristi Ann Jacobson

The epic struggle of good versus evil comes to life onstage in this gothic musical, loosely based on the novella “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” by Robert Louis Stevenson. Featuring a powerful rock score.

Tickets ($24) here.

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Sep 30 @ 8:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Spirit Parlour @ Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Sep 30 @ 9:30 pm

Created by Julia Nardin & Mark Siano

This autumn, cross over into Nordo’s Spirit Parlour and raise a glass in honor of the dead. We invite you to join a secret order of spiritualists and summon a carefully curated collection of ghosts for the evening’s entertainment.

You’ll enjoy a variety of interactive performances, sample from a wine and cocktail menu steeped in lore, and discover their stories at the bottom of your glass. Spirit Parlour is a fully immersive haunting with a limited number of seats to preserve a sense of intimacy and strengthen the connection between the living and the dead. Reserve your table now — before it’s too late.

Unlike some other Nordo events, dinner and beverages are not included in the general ticket price. VIP packages available.

Sunday’s 6pm performances ($128) include the Nordo Dinner Experience crafted by chef Erin Brindley.

Admission 21+

Tickets $38+ (vary by day and time; lowest at Thursday late-night shows), here.

 

The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Sep 30 @ 9:45 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+) here.

Theatre menu is here.

 

Oct
1
Sat
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 1 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

Pay-what-you-choose same-day tickets available for this performance; see info here.

 

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah) (ASL interpreted)
Oct 1 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Spirit Parlour @ Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Oct 1 @ 7:00 pm

Created by Julia Nardin & Mark Siano

This autumn, cross over into Nordo’s Spirit Parlour and raise a glass in honor of the dead. We invite you to join a secret order of spiritualists and summon a carefully curated collection of ghosts for the evening’s entertainment.

You’ll enjoy a variety of interactive performances, sample from a wine and cocktail menu steeped in lore, and discover their stories at the bottom of your glass. Spirit Parlour is a fully immersive haunting with a limited number of seats to preserve a sense of intimacy and strengthen the connection between the living and the dead. Reserve your table now — before it’s too late.

Unlike some other Nordo events, dinner and beverages are not included in the general ticket price. VIP packages available.

Sunday’s 6pm performances ($128) include the Nordo Dinner Experience crafted by chef Erin Brindley.

Admission 21+

Tickets $38+ (vary by day and time; lowest at Thursday late-night shows), here.

 

The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Oct 1 @ 7:00 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+ to $126+, depending on date) here.

Theatre menu is here.

 

Jekyll and Hyde @ Western Washington Center for the Arts (Port Orchard)
Oct 1 @ 7:30 pm

By Steve Cuden & Frank Wildhorn​
Directed by Kristi Ann Jacobson

The epic struggle of good versus evil comes to life onstage in this gothic musical, loosely based on the novella “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” by Robert Louis Stevenson. Featuring a powerful rock score.

Tickets ($24) here.

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 1 @ 8:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

Pay-what-you-choose same-day tickets available for this performance; see info here.

 

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Spirit Parlour @ Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Oct 1 @ 9:30 pm

Created by Julia Nardin & Mark Siano

This autumn, cross over into Nordo’s Spirit Parlour and raise a glass in honor of the dead. We invite you to join a secret order of spiritualists and summon a carefully curated collection of ghosts for the evening’s entertainment.

You’ll enjoy a variety of interactive performances, sample from a wine and cocktail menu steeped in lore, and discover their stories at the bottom of your glass. Spirit Parlour is a fully immersive haunting with a limited number of seats to preserve a sense of intimacy and strengthen the connection between the living and the dead. Reserve your table now — before it’s too late.

Unlike some other Nordo events, dinner and beverages are not included in the general ticket price. VIP packages available.

Sunday’s 6pm performances ($128) include the Nordo Dinner Experience crafted by chef Erin Brindley.

Admission 21+

Tickets $38+ (vary by day and time; lowest at Thursday late-night shows), here.

 

The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Oct 1 @ 9:45 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+) here.

Theatre menu is here.

 

Oct
2
Sun
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 2 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

Pay-what-you-choose same-day tickets available for this performance; see info here.

 

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Jekyll and Hyde @ Western Washington Center for the Arts (Port Orchard)
Oct 2 @ 3:00 pm

By Steve Cuden & Frank Wildhorn​
Directed by Kristi Ann Jacobson

The epic struggle of good versus evil comes to life onstage in this gothic musical, loosely based on the novella “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” by Robert Louis Stevenson. Featuring a powerful rock score.

Tickets ($24) here.

Spirit Parlour @ Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Oct 2 @ 6:00 pm

Created by Julia Nardin & Mark Siano

This autumn, cross over into Nordo’s Spirit Parlour and raise a glass in honor of the dead. We invite you to join a secret order of spiritualists and summon a carefully curated collection of ghosts for the evening’s entertainment.

You’ll enjoy a variety of interactive performances, sample from a wine and cocktail menu steeped in lore, and discover their stories at the bottom of your glass. Spirit Parlour is a fully immersive haunting with a limited number of seats to preserve a sense of intimacy and strengthen the connection between the living and the dead. Reserve your table now — before it’s too late.

Unlike some other Nordo events, dinner and beverages are not included in the general ticket price. VIP packages available.

Sunday’s 6pm performances ($128) include the Nordo Dinner Experience crafted by chef Erin Brindley.

Admission 21+

Tickets $38+ (vary by day and time; lowest at Thursday late-night shows), here.

 

The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Oct 2 @ 7:00 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+ to $126+, depending on date) here.

Theatre menu is here.

 

Oct
5
Wed
The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Oct 5 @ 7:00 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+ to $126+, depending on date) here.

Theatre menu is here.

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 5 @ 7:30 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

Pay-what-you-choose same-day tickets available for this performance; see info here.

 

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Oct
6
Thu
Spirit Parlour @ Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Oct 6 @ 7:00 pm

Created by Julia Nardin & Mark Siano

This autumn, cross over into Nordo’s Spirit Parlour and raise a glass in honor of the dead. We invite you to join a secret order of spiritualists and summon a carefully curated collection of ghosts for the evening’s entertainment.

You’ll enjoy a variety of interactive performances, sample from a wine and cocktail menu steeped in lore, and discover their stories at the bottom of your glass. Spirit Parlour is a fully immersive haunting with a limited number of seats to preserve a sense of intimacy and strengthen the connection between the living and the dead. Reserve your table now — before it’s too late.

Unlike some other Nordo events, dinner and beverages are not included in the general ticket price. VIP packages available.

Sunday’s 6pm performances ($128) include the Nordo Dinner Experience crafted by chef Erin Brindley.

Admission 21+

Tickets $38+ (vary by day and time; lowest at Thursday late-night shows), here.

 

The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Oct 6 @ 7:00 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+ to $126+, depending on date) here.

Theatre menu is here.

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 6 @ 7:30 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

The Emerald City Slasher – Jet City Improv @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int’l Dist)
Oct 6 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Directed by Mario Orallo-Molinaro

An improvised PMW murder mystery!

The Emerald City is a rainy metropolis, with lush greenery, strong vegan coffee, and a booming tech community. Traffic is terrible, but it doesn’t matter when you are staring at the reddish orange sunlight in the evening. USA Today called “Emerald City” the next San Francisco yet more sad.” But when the city is besieged with a serial killer on the loose, it changes the DNA of the community.

Join us for an improvised PNW murder mystery where you create the characters and follow them as they find out who the menace is or if they’re the next victim of… The Emerald City SLASHER! The killer’s identity will be different with every performance! Mwahaha.

Tickets ($18) here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for 10/13 & 10/22 shows

 

Spirit Parlour @ Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Oct 6 @ 9:30 pm

Created by Julia Nardin & Mark Siano

This autumn, cross over into Nordo’s Spirit Parlour and raise a glass in honor of the dead. We invite you to join a secret order of spiritualists and summon a carefully curated collection of ghosts for the evening’s entertainment.

You’ll enjoy a variety of interactive performances, sample from a wine and cocktail menu steeped in lore, and discover their stories at the bottom of your glass. Spirit Parlour is a fully immersive haunting with a limited number of seats to preserve a sense of intimacy and strengthen the connection between the living and the dead. Reserve your table now — before it’s too late.

Unlike some other Nordo events, dinner and beverages are not included in the general ticket price. VIP packages available.

Sunday’s 6pm performances ($128) include the Nordo Dinner Experience crafted by chef Erin Brindley.

Admission 21+

Tickets $38+ (vary by day and time; lowest at Thursday late-night shows), here.

 

Oct
7
Fri
Spirit Parlour @ Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Oct 7 @ 7:00 pm

Created by Julia Nardin & Mark Siano

This autumn, cross over into Nordo’s Spirit Parlour and raise a glass in honor of the dead. We invite you to join a secret order of spiritualists and summon a carefully curated collection of ghosts for the evening’s entertainment.

You’ll enjoy a variety of interactive performances, sample from a wine and cocktail menu steeped in lore, and discover their stories at the bottom of your glass. Spirit Parlour is a fully immersive haunting with a limited number of seats to preserve a sense of intimacy and strengthen the connection between the living and the dead. Reserve your table now — before it’s too late.

Unlike some other Nordo events, dinner and beverages are not included in the general ticket price. VIP packages available.

Sunday’s 6pm performances ($128) include the Nordo Dinner Experience crafted by chef Erin Brindley.

Admission 21+

Tickets $38+ (vary by day and time; lowest at Thursday late-night shows), here.

 

The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Oct 7 @ 7:00 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+ to $126+, depending on date) here.

Theatre menu is here.

 

a white haunting – MAP Theatre @ 18th & Union (Seattle – Central District)
Oct 7 @ 7:30 pm

Written by Brian Dang
Directed by Zenaida Rose Smith

Darren has invited Tchai over to his home for the first time. They’re flirting, dancing, and discussing the morality of pineapple pizza when things start to go sour: the pizza person acts really weird; the power goes out; Tchai lets his nerves get to him; and last but not least, a masked intruder wielding an axe accidentally gets invited in.

a white haunting is a horror-comedy: unapologetically dark and witty, irreverent and uncomfortable . . . a “rom-com meets sociopolitical horror” that engages with the intersection of Queer, AAPI and Black identities.

Performed by Rhys Daly, Brandon Ryan, and Patrick Tolden

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

 

The Emerald City Slasher – Jet City Improv @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int’l Dist)
Oct 7 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Directed by Mario Orallo-Molinaro

An improvised PMW murder mystery!

The Emerald City is a rainy metropolis, with lush greenery, strong vegan coffee, and a booming tech community. Traffic is terrible, but it doesn’t matter when you are staring at the reddish orange sunlight in the evening. USA Today called “Emerald City” the next San Francisco yet more sad.” But when the city is besieged with a serial killer on the loose, it changes the DNA of the community.

Join us for an improvised PNW murder mystery where you create the characters and follow them as they find out who the menace is or if they’re the next victim of… The Emerald City SLASHER! The killer’s identity will be different with every performance! Mwahaha.

Tickets ($18) here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for 10/13 & 10/22 shows

 

The Ghost Train @ Centerstage Theatre (Federal Way – Dash Point)
Oct 7 @ 7:30 pm

By Arnold Ridley

Who doesn’t love a good mystery? How about one set in a remote railway station in Maine with stranded passengers, superstitious villagers, and a phantom locomotive rumored to bring death in its wake? A long-running comedy thriller, The Ghost Train was written in 1923 and first produced on Broadway in 1926. It’s delighted audiences for almost 100 years with creepy thrills, eerie chills, and a sublime sense of humor.

Tickets ($38) here.

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 7 @ 8:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Spirit Parlour @ Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Oct 7 @ 9:30 pm

Created by Julia Nardin & Mark Siano

This autumn, cross over into Nordo’s Spirit Parlour and raise a glass in honor of the dead. We invite you to join a secret order of spiritualists and summon a carefully curated collection of ghosts for the evening’s entertainment.

You’ll enjoy a variety of interactive performances, sample from a wine and cocktail menu steeped in lore, and discover their stories at the bottom of your glass. Spirit Parlour is a fully immersive haunting with a limited number of seats to preserve a sense of intimacy and strengthen the connection between the living and the dead. Reserve your table now — before it’s too late.

Unlike some other Nordo events, dinner and beverages are not included in the general ticket price. VIP packages available.

Sunday’s 6pm performances ($128) include the Nordo Dinner Experience crafted by chef Erin Brindley.

Admission 21+

Tickets $38+ (vary by day and time; lowest at Thursday late-night shows), here.

 

The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Oct 7 @ 9:45 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+) here.

Theatre menu is here.

 

Oct
8
Sat
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 8 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Spirit Parlour @ Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Oct 8 @ 7:00 pm

Created by Julia Nardin & Mark Siano

This autumn, cross over into Nordo’s Spirit Parlour and raise a glass in honor of the dead. We invite you to join a secret order of spiritualists and summon a carefully curated collection of ghosts for the evening’s entertainment.

You’ll enjoy a variety of interactive performances, sample from a wine and cocktail menu steeped in lore, and discover their stories at the bottom of your glass. Spirit Parlour is a fully immersive haunting with a limited number of seats to preserve a sense of intimacy and strengthen the connection between the living and the dead. Reserve your table now — before it’s too late.

Unlike some other Nordo events, dinner and beverages are not included in the general ticket price. VIP packages available.

Sunday’s 6pm performances ($128) include the Nordo Dinner Experience crafted by chef Erin Brindley.

Admission 21+

Tickets $38+ (vary by day and time; lowest at Thursday late-night shows), here.

 

The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Oct 8 @ 7:00 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+ to $126+, depending on date) here.

Theatre menu is here.

 

a white haunting – MAP Theatre @ 18th & Union (Seattle – Central District)
Oct 8 @ 7:30 pm

Written by Brian Dang
Directed by Zenaida Rose Smith

Darren has invited Tchai over to his home for the first time. They’re flirting, dancing, and discussing the morality of pineapple pizza when things start to go sour: the pizza person acts really weird; the power goes out; Tchai lets his nerves get to him; and last but not least, a masked intruder wielding an axe accidentally gets invited in.

a white haunting is a horror-comedy: unapologetically dark and witty, irreverent and uncomfortable . . . a “rom-com meets sociopolitical horror” that engages with the intersection of Queer, AAPI and Black identities.

Performed by Rhys Daly, Brandon Ryan, and Patrick Tolden

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

 

The Emerald City Slasher – Jet City Improv @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int’l Dist)
Oct 8 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Directed by Mario Orallo-Molinaro

An improvised PMW murder mystery!

The Emerald City is a rainy metropolis, with lush greenery, strong vegan coffee, and a booming tech community. Traffic is terrible, but it doesn’t matter when you are staring at the reddish orange sunlight in the evening. USA Today called “Emerald City” the next San Francisco yet more sad.” But when the city is besieged with a serial killer on the loose, it changes the DNA of the community.

Join us for an improvised PNW murder mystery where you create the characters and follow them as they find out who the menace is or if they’re the next victim of… The Emerald City SLASHER! The killer’s identity will be different with every performance! Mwahaha.

Tickets ($18) here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for 10/13 & 10/22 shows

 

The Ghost Train @ Centerstage Theatre (Federal Way – Dash Point)
Oct 8 @ 7:30 pm

By Arnold Ridley

Who doesn’t love a good mystery? How about one set in a remote railway station in Maine with stranded passengers, superstitious villagers, and a phantom locomotive rumored to bring death in its wake? A long-running comedy thriller, The Ghost Train was written in 1923 and first produced on Broadway in 1926. It’s delighted audiences for almost 100 years with creepy thrills, eerie chills, and a sublime sense of humor.

Tickets ($38) here.

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 8 @ 8:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

Pay-what-you-choose same-day tickets available for this performance; see info here.

 

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Spirit Parlour @ Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Oct 8 @ 9:30 pm

Created by Julia Nardin & Mark Siano

This autumn, cross over into Nordo’s Spirit Parlour and raise a glass in honor of the dead. We invite you to join a secret order of spiritualists and summon a carefully curated collection of ghosts for the evening’s entertainment.

You’ll enjoy a variety of interactive performances, sample from a wine and cocktail menu steeped in lore, and discover their stories at the bottom of your glass. Spirit Parlour is a fully immersive haunting with a limited number of seats to preserve a sense of intimacy and strengthen the connection between the living and the dead. Reserve your table now — before it’s too late.

Unlike some other Nordo events, dinner and beverages are not included in the general ticket price. VIP packages available.

Sunday’s 6pm performances ($128) include the Nordo Dinner Experience crafted by chef Erin Brindley.

Admission 21+

Tickets $38+ (vary by day and time; lowest at Thursday late-night shows), here.

 

The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Oct 8 @ 9:45 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+) here.

Theatre menu is here.

 

Oct
9
Sun
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 9 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

The Ghost Train @ Centerstage Theatre (Federal Way – Dash Point)
Oct 9 @ 2:00 pm

By Arnold Ridley

Who doesn’t love a good mystery? How about one set in a remote railway station in Maine with stranded passengers, superstitious villagers, and a phantom locomotive rumored to bring death in its wake? A long-running comedy thriller, The Ghost Train was written in 1923 and first produced on Broadway in 1926. It’s delighted audiences for almost 100 years with creepy thrills, eerie chills, and a sublime sense of humor.

Tickets ($38) here.

Spirit Parlour @ Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Oct 9 @ 6:00 pm

Created by Julia Nardin & Mark Siano

This autumn, cross over into Nordo’s Spirit Parlour and raise a glass in honor of the dead. We invite you to join a secret order of spiritualists and summon a carefully curated collection of ghosts for the evening’s entertainment.

You’ll enjoy a variety of interactive performances, sample from a wine and cocktail menu steeped in lore, and discover their stories at the bottom of your glass. Spirit Parlour is a fully immersive haunting with a limited number of seats to preserve a sense of intimacy and strengthen the connection between the living and the dead. Reserve your table now — before it’s too late.

Unlike some other Nordo events, dinner and beverages are not included in the general ticket price. VIP packages available.

Sunday’s 6pm performances ($128) include the Nordo Dinner Experience crafted by chef Erin Brindley.

Admission 21+

Tickets $38+ (vary by day and time; lowest at Thursday late-night shows), here.

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 9 @ 7:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Oct 9 @ 7:00 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+ to $126+, depending on date) here.

Theatre menu is here.

 

a white haunting – MAP Theatre @ 18th & Union (Seattle – Central District)
Oct 9 @ 7:30 pm

Written by Brian Dang
Directed by Zenaida Rose Smith

Darren has invited Tchai over to his home for the first time. They’re flirting, dancing, and discussing the morality of pineapple pizza when things start to go sour: the pizza person acts really weird; the power goes out; Tchai lets his nerves get to him; and last but not least, a masked intruder wielding an axe accidentally gets invited in.

a white haunting is a horror-comedy: unapologetically dark and witty, irreverent and uncomfortable . . . a “rom-com meets sociopolitical horror” that engages with the intersection of Queer, AAPI and Black identities.

Performed by Rhys Daly, Brandon Ryan, and Patrick Tolden

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

 

Oct
12
Wed
The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Oct 12 @ 7:00 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+ to $126+, depending on date) here.

Theatre menu is here.

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 12 @ 7:30 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Oct
13
Thu
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 13 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Spirit Parlour @ Cafe Nordo (Seattle – Pioneer Square)
Oct 13 @ 7:00 pm

Created by Julia Nardin & Mark Siano

This autumn, cross over into Nordo’s Spirit Parlour and raise a glass in honor of the dead. We invite you to join a secret order of spiritualists and summon a carefully curated collection of ghosts for the evening’s entertainment.

You’ll enjoy a variety of interactive performances, sample from a wine and cocktail menu steeped in lore, and discover their stories at the bottom of your glass. Spirit Parlour is a fully immersive haunting with a limited number of seats to preserve a sense of intimacy and strengthen the connection between the living and the dead. Reserve your table now — before it’s too late.

Unlike some other Nordo events, dinner and beverages are not included in the general ticket price. VIP packages available.

Sunday’s 6pm performances ($128) include the Nordo Dinner Experience crafted by chef Erin Brindley.

Admission 21+

Tickets $38+ (vary by day and time; lowest at Thursday late-night shows), here.

 

The Hitchcock Hotel @ Can Can Culinary Cabaret (Seattle – Pike Place)
Oct 13 @ 7:00 pm

Ding ding ding … your room is waiting at the infamous Hitchcock Hotel.

It’s been decades since the Hitchcock family entertained the likeness of royals and influential politicians alike, but the memories of their guests continue to inhabit this dilapidated relic of the past. An evening, guided by the hotel porter, featuring death defying dance, sultry songs, shimmying show girls and hauntingly beautiful new music, you’re sure to delight in the decadence of the damned.

Admission 21+

Tickets ($83+ to $126+, depending on date) here.

Theatre menu is here.