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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Hosting a show you don’t see listed? Send details, link, and production or rehearsal/promo photos to nwtheatre.org at gmail.com for consideration. Listings are currently limited to theatre, dance, and select comedy/variety shows at theatre companies in King, Pierce, Snohomish, and Thurston counties, with some expansion into Kitsap and up the peninsula.

 

Dec
2
Fri
Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 2 @ 7:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) here.

 

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.

 

Dec
3
Sat
Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 3 @ 5:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) here.

 

Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 3 @ 8:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) 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.

 

Dec
4
Sun
Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 4 @ 5:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) here.

 

Dec
7
Wed
Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 7 @ 7:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) here.

 

Dec
8
Thu
Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 8 @ 7:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) here.

 

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.

 

Dec
9
Fri
Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 9 @ 6:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) 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.

 

Dec
10
Sat
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.

 

Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 10 @ 5:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) here.

 

Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 10 @ 8:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) 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.

 

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.

 

Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 11 @ 5:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) 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 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
Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 14 @ 7:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) 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.

 

Dec
15
Thu
Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 15 @ 7:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) here.

 

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.

 

Dec
16
Fri
Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 16 @ 6:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) 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.

 

Dec
17
Sat
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.

 

Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 17 @ 5:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) here.

 

Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 17 @ 8:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) 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.

 

Dec
18
Sun
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.

 

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.

 

Jingle All the Gay – Kitten N’ Lou @ Oddfellows Hall (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 18 @ 5:00 pm

Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, burlesque, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and revel in the power of live theater again! This deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection featuring a bombastic all-star cast is guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay.

Don’t miss the new surprises and magic of the final run. Exciting new things are in store for next year, so don’t miss your last chance to revel in this iconic cast and production.

Location: Oddfellows Building, West Hall (915 E. Pine St.)

Tickets ($47+) 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.

 

Dec
20
Tue
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.

 

Dec
21
Wed
Firelight with Saira Barbaric – Velocity @ Cafe Racer (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Dec 21 @ 8:00 pm

On the 3rd Wednesday of every month, join Velocity Dance Center and Cafe Racer for an interdisciplinary performance series and residency that brings together artists from different backgrounds to experiment, collaborate, and transform.

December’s Firelight is an embrace of fictional and historical solstice ritual, as featured artist Saira Barbaric explores the transformation necessary to propel through the dark months to the dewy spring.

Saira Barbaric (they/he/she/ze) is a multidisciplinary, gender-blending hedonist creature in a thicc Black disabled human suit. Since 2015, they/he has been based in Seattle creating performance, porn, events and visual art that explore folklore, erotic magic, AfroPsychedelic dreams and glitch as expressionism.

Doors at 7, show at 8.

Location: Cafe Racer (1510 11th Ave.)

Tickets ($12-$33, sliding scale available for all) here.

 

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.

 

The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 23 @ 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 23 @ 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
24
Sat
The Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 24 @ 1:00 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 Dina Martina Christmas Show @ ACT (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 24 @ 4:00 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.

 

Scott Shoemaker’s War on Christmas @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int’l District)
Dec 24 @ 7:00 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 Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Show @ The Moore Theatre (Downtown Seattle)
Dec 24 @ 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.