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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Nov
26
Sat
The Language of Angels – UW Drama @ Jones Playhouse (Seattle – U-District)
Nov 26 @ 2:00 pm

By Naomi Iizuka
Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton

Many years after their friend Celie goes missing in the caves near a rural North Carolina town, many of her close-knit friends recall the inexplicable impacts of her loss. As the play unfolds, we see how Celie’s disappearance continues to affect each of them in different ways. Against the echoes of Celie’s ghostly cries, the survivors continue to struggle to unravel the mysteries of that fateful night. In this haunting yet touching play, Iizuka weaves a story on grief, loss, guilt, and karma into a play with elements of Japanese Noh drama set in Appalachia.

Location: Jones Playhouse (University Ave.), near UW main campus

Tickets ($23) here.

 

The Language of Angels – UW Drama @ Jones Playhouse (Seattle – U-District)
Nov 26 @ 7:30 pm

By Naomi Iizuka
Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton

Many years after their friend Celie goes missing in the caves near a rural North Carolina town, many of her close-knit friends recall the inexplicable impacts of her loss. As the play unfolds, we see how Celie’s disappearance continues to affect each of them in different ways. Against the echoes of Celie’s ghostly cries, the survivors continue to struggle to unravel the mysteries of that fateful night. In this haunting yet touching play, Iizuka weaves a story on grief, loss, guilt, and karma into a play with elements of Japanese Noh drama set in Appalachia.

Location: Jones Playhouse (University Ave.), near UW main campus

Tickets ($23) here.

 

Nov
27
Sun
The Language of Angels – UW Drama @ Jones Playhouse (Seattle – U-District)
Nov 27 @ 2:00 pm

By Naomi Iizuka
Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton

Many years after their friend Celie goes missing in the caves near a rural North Carolina town, many of her close-knit friends recall the inexplicable impacts of her loss. As the play unfolds, we see how Celie’s disappearance continues to affect each of them in different ways. Against the echoes of Celie’s ghostly cries, the survivors continue to struggle to unravel the mysteries of that fateful night. In this haunting yet touching play, Iizuka weaves a story on grief, loss, guilt, and karma into a play with elements of Japanese Noh drama set in Appalachia.

Location: Jones Playhouse (University Ave.), near UW main campus

Tickets ($23) here.

 

Nov
30
Wed
The Language of Angels – UW Drama @ Jones Playhouse (Seattle – U-District)
Nov 30 @ 7:30 pm

By Naomi Iizuka
Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton

Many years after their friend Celie goes missing in the caves near a rural North Carolina town, many of her close-knit friends recall the inexplicable impacts of her loss. As the play unfolds, we see how Celie’s disappearance continues to affect each of them in different ways. Against the echoes of Celie’s ghostly cries, the survivors continue to struggle to unravel the mysteries of that fateful night. In this haunting yet touching play, Iizuka weaves a story on grief, loss, guilt, and karma into a play with elements of Japanese Noh drama set in Appalachia.

Location: Jones Playhouse (University Ave.), near UW main campus

Tickets ($23) here.

 

Dec
1
Thu
The Language of Angels – UW Drama @ Jones Playhouse (Seattle – U-District)
Dec 1 @ 7:30 pm

By Naomi Iizuka
Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton

Many years after their friend Celie goes missing in the caves near a rural North Carolina town, many of her close-knit friends recall the inexplicable impacts of her loss. As the play unfolds, we see how Celie’s disappearance continues to affect each of them in different ways. Against the echoes of Celie’s ghostly cries, the survivors continue to struggle to unravel the mysteries of that fateful night. In this haunting yet touching play, Iizuka weaves a story on grief, loss, guilt, and karma into a play with elements of Japanese Noh drama set in Appalachia.

Location: Jones Playhouse (University Ave.), near UW main campus

Tickets ($23) here.

 

Dec
2
Fri
The Language of Angels – UW Drama @ Jones Playhouse (Seattle – U-District)
Dec 2 @ 7:30 pm

By Naomi Iizuka
Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton

Many years after their friend Celie goes missing in the caves near a rural North Carolina town, many of her close-knit friends recall the inexplicable impacts of her loss. As the play unfolds, we see how Celie’s disappearance continues to affect each of them in different ways. Against the echoes of Celie’s ghostly cries, the survivors continue to struggle to unravel the mysteries of that fateful night. In this haunting yet touching play, Iizuka weaves a story on grief, loss, guilt, and karma into a play with elements of Japanese Noh drama set in Appalachia.

Location: Jones Playhouse (University Ave.), near UW main campus

Tickets ($23) here.

 

Dec
3
Sat
The Language of Angels – UW Drama @ Jones Playhouse (Seattle – U-District)
Dec 3 @ 2:00 pm

By Naomi Iizuka
Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton

Many years after their friend Celie goes missing in the caves near a rural North Carolina town, many of her close-knit friends recall the inexplicable impacts of her loss. As the play unfolds, we see how Celie’s disappearance continues to affect each of them in different ways. Against the echoes of Celie’s ghostly cries, the survivors continue to struggle to unravel the mysteries of that fateful night. In this haunting yet touching play, Iizuka weaves a story on grief, loss, guilt, and karma into a play with elements of Japanese Noh drama set in Appalachia.

Location: Jones Playhouse (University Ave.), near UW main campus

Tickets ($23) here.

 

The Language of Angels – UW Drama @ Jones Playhouse (Seattle – U-District)
Dec 3 @ 7:30 pm

By Naomi Iizuka
Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton

Many years after their friend Celie goes missing in the caves near a rural North Carolina town, many of her close-knit friends recall the inexplicable impacts of her loss. As the play unfolds, we see how Celie’s disappearance continues to affect each of them in different ways. Against the echoes of Celie’s ghostly cries, the survivors continue to struggle to unravel the mysteries of that fateful night. In this haunting yet touching play, Iizuka weaves a story on grief, loss, guilt, and karma into a play with elements of Japanese Noh drama set in Appalachia.

Location: Jones Playhouse (University Ave.), near UW main campus

Tickets ($23) here.

 

Dec
4
Sun
The Language of Angels – UW Drama @ Jones Playhouse (Seattle – U-District)
Dec 4 @ 2:00 pm

By Naomi Iizuka
Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton

Many years after their friend Celie goes missing in the caves near a rural North Carolina town, many of her close-knit friends recall the inexplicable impacts of her loss. As the play unfolds, we see how Celie’s disappearance continues to affect each of them in different ways. Against the echoes of Celie’s ghostly cries, the survivors continue to struggle to unravel the mysteries of that fateful night. In this haunting yet touching play, Iizuka weaves a story on grief, loss, guilt, and karma into a play with elements of Japanese Noh drama set in Appalachia.

Location: Jones Playhouse (University Ave.), near UW main campus

Tickets ($23) here.