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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.

Listings are currently limited to those based in King, Pierce, Snohomish, and Thurston Counties; and slowly expanding west and north (Kitsap, Jefferson, Skagit, and Whatcom counties). The below show listings will be updated as new information is received. If you have a professional, community theatre, dance, or fringe show coming up in Western Washington that’s not listed, please tell us about it.

 

Jun
21
Fri
Clyde’s @ ArtsWest (West Seattle)
Jun 21 @ 7:30 pm

Creating the perfect sandwich is the shared quest of the formerly incarcerated kitchen staff of Clyde’s, a truck stop cafe. Even as the shop’s mischievous owner tries to keep them under her thumb, the staffers are given purpose and permission to dream, in two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage’s latest Broadway triumph. Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton.

A co-production with The Hansberry Project

Preview 6/5; opens 6/6

Financial accessibility: Reduced price tickets ($18.50) offered to those who need them. Enter discount code “inclusion” during checkout process.

Tickets ($48.50) here.

 

From the Mississippi Delta @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)
Jun 21 @ 7:30 pm

Based on her memoir of the same title, Dr. Endesha Ida Mae Holland recounts her 20-year journey from humble beginnings in Greenwood, Mississippi, during the Jim Crow era, her civil rights activism, achieving her Ph.D. at the University of Minnesota, and celebrating her success as a Pulitzer-Prize nominated playwright. Experience a story of triumph in the face of extreme adversity that expertly weaves through the trials and tribulations of Dr. Holland’s life relayed through the bodies and voices of only three actors, all in tribute to one of America’s unsung heroes.

A joyful celebration of survival. Directed by Michelle Blackmon.

Accessibility: Pay-what-you-choose performance on 6/20. ASL interpreted performance on 6/23.

Tickets ($29) here.

 

Swing State (staged reading) @ Whidbey Island Center for the Arts (Langley)
Jun 21 @ 7:30 pm

Rebecca Gilman looks for hope to outweigh despair in this contemporary portrait of America’s heartland, in a time when it feels like everyone’s way of life is in danger of disappearing. This new American play is just off Broadway and onto our stage in a professional staged reading, directed by Vito Zingarelli.

All dates have sliding-scale tickets, beginning at $20 (by email request). Advance tickets online at regular price ($32+).

Tickets here.

 

Jun
22
Sat
Clyde’s @ ArtsWest (West Seattle)
Jun 22 @ 7:30 pm

Creating the perfect sandwich is the shared quest of the formerly incarcerated kitchen staff of Clyde’s, a truck stop cafe. Even as the shop’s mischievous owner tries to keep them under her thumb, the staffers are given purpose and permission to dream, in two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage’s latest Broadway triumph. Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton.

A co-production with The Hansberry Project

Preview 6/5; opens 6/6

Financial accessibility: Reduced price tickets ($18.50) offered to those who need them. Enter discount code “inclusion” during checkout process.

Tickets ($48.50) here.

 

From the Mississippi Delta @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)
Jun 22 @ 7:30 pm

Based on her memoir of the same title, Dr. Endesha Ida Mae Holland recounts her 20-year journey from humble beginnings in Greenwood, Mississippi, during the Jim Crow era, her civil rights activism, achieving her Ph.D. at the University of Minnesota, and celebrating her success as a Pulitzer-Prize nominated playwright. Experience a story of triumph in the face of extreme adversity that expertly weaves through the trials and tribulations of Dr. Holland’s life relayed through the bodies and voices of only three actors, all in tribute to one of America’s unsung heroes.

A joyful celebration of survival. Directed by Michelle Blackmon.

Accessibility: Pay-what-you-choose performance on 6/20. ASL interpreted performance on 6/23.

Tickets ($29) here.

 

Swing State (staged reading) @ Whidbey Island Center for the Arts (Langley)
Jun 22 @ 7:30 pm

Rebecca Gilman looks for hope to outweigh despair in this contemporary portrait of America’s heartland, in a time when it feels like everyone’s way of life is in danger of disappearing. This new American play is just off Broadway and onto our stage in a professional staged reading, directed by Vito Zingarelli.

All dates have sliding-scale tickets, beginning at $20 (by email request). Advance tickets online at regular price ($32+).

Tickets here.

 

Jun
23
Sun
From the Mississippi Delta @ Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma) (ASL interpreted)
Jun 23 @ 2:00 pm

Based on her memoir of the same title, Dr. Endesha Ida Mae Holland recounts her 20-year journey from humble beginnings in Greenwood, Mississippi, during the Jim Crow era, her civil rights activism, achieving her Ph.D. at the University of Minnesota, and celebrating her success as a Pulitzer-Prize nominated playwright. Experience a story of triumph in the face of extreme adversity that expertly weaves through the trials and tribulations of Dr. Holland’s life relayed through the bodies and voices of only three actors, all in tribute to one of America’s unsung heroes.

A joyful celebration of survival. Directed by Michelle Blackmon.

Accessibility: Pay-what-you-choose performance on 6/20. ASL interpreted performance on 6/23.

Tickets ($29) here.

Want more Deaf-friendly theatre? See NWTheatre’s complete calendar of ASL interpreted and open captioned performances here.

 

Swing State (staged reading) @ Whidbey Island Center for the Arts (Langley)
Jun 23 @ 2:00 pm

Rebecca Gilman looks for hope to outweigh despair in this contemporary portrait of America’s heartland, in a time when it feels like everyone’s way of life is in danger of disappearing. This new American play is just off Broadway and onto our stage in a professional staged reading, directed by Vito Zingarelli.

All dates have sliding-scale tickets, beginning at $20 (by email request). Advance tickets online at regular price ($32+).

Tickets here.

 

Clyde’s @ ArtsWest (West Seattle)
Jun 23 @ 3:00 pm

Creating the perfect sandwich is the shared quest of the formerly incarcerated kitchen staff of Clyde’s, a truck stop cafe. Even as the shop’s mischievous owner tries to keep them under her thumb, the staffers are given purpose and permission to dream, in two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage’s latest Broadway triumph. Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton.

A co-production with The Hansberry Project

Preview 6/5; opens 6/6

Financial accessibility: Reduced price tickets ($18.50) offered to those who need them. Enter discount code “inclusion” during checkout process.

Tickets ($48.50) here.

 

Jun
27
Thu
Clyde’s @ ArtsWest (West Seattle)
Jun 27 @ 7:30 pm

Creating the perfect sandwich is the shared quest of the formerly incarcerated kitchen staff of Clyde’s, a truck stop cafe. Even as the shop’s mischievous owner tries to keep them under her thumb, the staffers are given purpose and permission to dream, in two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage’s latest Broadway triumph. Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton.

A co-production with The Hansberry Project

Preview 6/5; opens 6/6

Financial accessibility: Reduced price tickets ($18.50) offered to those who need them. Enter discount code “inclusion” during checkout process.

Tickets ($48.50) here.

 

Jun
28
Fri
Clyde’s @ ArtsWest (West Seattle)
Jun 28 @ 7:30 pm

Creating the perfect sandwich is the shared quest of the formerly incarcerated kitchen staff of Clyde’s, a truck stop cafe. Even as the shop’s mischievous owner tries to keep them under her thumb, the staffers are given purpose and permission to dream, in two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage’s latest Broadway triumph. Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton.

A co-production with The Hansberry Project

Preview 6/5; opens 6/6

Financial accessibility: Reduced price tickets ($18.50) offered to those who need them. Enter discount code “inclusion” during checkout process.

Tickets ($48.50) here.

 

Jun
29
Sat
Clyde’s @ ArtsWest (West Seattle)
Jun 29 @ 7:30 pm

Creating the perfect sandwich is the shared quest of the formerly incarcerated kitchen staff of Clyde’s, a truck stop cafe. Even as the shop’s mischievous owner tries to keep them under her thumb, the staffers are given purpose and permission to dream, in two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage’s latest Broadway triumph. Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton.

A co-production with The Hansberry Project

Preview 6/5; opens 6/6

Financial accessibility: Reduced price tickets ($18.50) offered to those who need them. Enter discount code “inclusion” during checkout process.

Tickets ($48.50) here.

 

Jun
30
Sun
Clyde’s @ ArtsWest (West Seattle)
Jun 30 @ 3:00 pm

Creating the perfect sandwich is the shared quest of the formerly incarcerated kitchen staff of Clyde’s, a truck stop cafe. Even as the shop’s mischievous owner tries to keep them under her thumb, the staffers are given purpose and permission to dream, in two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage’s latest Broadway triumph. Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton.

A co-production with The Hansberry Project

Preview 6/5; opens 6/6

Financial accessibility: Reduced price tickets ($18.50) offered to those who need them. Enter discount code “inclusion” during checkout process.

Tickets ($48.50) here.

 

Jul
14
Sun
Sunday Night Shuga Shaq @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int. Dist.)
Jul 14 @ 7:00 pm

Join Ms. Briq House at this all-People of Color burlesque revue, for an evening of dazzling dancing, tantric teasing, and all around prismatic sexy magic, with some of the hottest burlesque performers this side of the Mississippi. There will be so many shades and flavors of chocolate, caramel, mocha, lemon meringue, and red velvet dripping from the Theatre Off Jackson stage that you are guaranteed to leave with a tooth ache.

Bring your 1’s, 5’s, 10’s, 20’s, 50’s, and 100’s, and come prepared to have a hooting, hollering good time. Held every 2nd Sunday.

Age 21+

Tickets ($45) here.

 

Jul
19
Fri
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Jul 19 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Jul
20
Sat
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Jul 20 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

We’ll remember your spine, Matr. – Velocity Dance @ Freeway Park (Downtown Seattle) ☀️
Jul 20 @ 6:00 pm

Seattle Festival of Dance + Improvisation’s professional cohort presents an extended embodied listening practice, choreographed by Jasmine Hearn. This showing is a culmination of a week-long experience that bridges practices of dance, movement, and embodied poetics. The performers will listen to the land coordinates of Freeway Park while considering its history and potential future sourcing land and celestial histories of the site’s coordinates.

The creative process centers the prompt, what do I listen to in order to arrive and depart as a keeper of this place and its collective memory? Together with our breathing, stilling, listening, and moving bodies, we will build recipes in response. We will build this moment together. This showing is for audiences of all ages.

Location: Freeway Park (700 Seneca St, Seattle)

Free to attend. Advance registration requested.

RSVP here

 

Jul
21
Sun
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Jul 21 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Jul
26
Fri
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Jul 26 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Jul
28
Sun
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Jul 28 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Aug
1
Thu
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Aug 1 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Aug
2
Fri
SFD+I Showcase – Velocity Dance @ 12th Ave Arts (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Aug 2 @ 7:30 pm

Seattle Festival of Dance + Improvisation’s professional cohort features works by renowned choreographers Lavinia Vago, Noel Price-Bracey, Kaitlin McCarthy, and Akoiya Harris.

The performances are a culmination of two to three weeks of intensive training and rehearsal for dancers across many backgrounds and skill levels during the festival. Sharing the stage are advanced students from across the U.S. in the Professional Cohort, local adult dancers in the Beginner and Intermediate Cohorts, and young dancers Youth Cohort. The Performance Cohorts Showcase is a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in Seattle’s vibrant contemporary dance scene, and witness Seattle’s up-and-coming talent.

Tickets here

 

Aug
3
Sat
SFD+I Showcase – Velocity Dance @ 12th Ave Arts (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Aug 3 @ 2:00 pm

Seattle Festival of Dance + Improvisation’s professional cohort features works by renowned choreographers Lavinia Vago, Noel Price-Bracey, Kaitlin McCarthy, and Akoiya Harris.

The performances are a culmination of two to three weeks of intensive training and rehearsal for dancers across many backgrounds and skill levels during the festival. Sharing the stage are advanced students from across the U.S. in the Professional Cohort, local adult dancers in the Beginner and Intermediate Cohorts, and young dancers Youth Cohort. The Performance Cohorts Showcase is a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in Seattle’s vibrant contemporary dance scene, and witness Seattle’s up-and-coming talent.

Tickets here

 

The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Aug 3 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

SFD+I Showcase – Velocity Dance @ 12th Ave Arts (Seattle – Capitol Hill)
Aug 3 @ 7:30 pm

Seattle Festival of Dance + Improvisation’s professional cohort features works by renowned choreographers Lavinia Vago, Noel Price-Bracey, Kaitlin McCarthy, and Akoiya Harris.

The performances are a culmination of two to three weeks of intensive training and rehearsal for dancers across many backgrounds and skill levels during the festival. Sharing the stage are advanced students from across the U.S. in the Professional Cohort, local adult dancers in the Beginner and Intermediate Cohorts, and young dancers Youth Cohort. The Performance Cohorts Showcase is a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in Seattle’s vibrant contemporary dance scene, and witness Seattle’s up-and-coming talent.

Tickets here

 

Aug
4
Sun
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Aug 4 @ 1:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Aug
7
Wed
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Aug 7 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Aug
9
Fri
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Aug 9 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Aug
11
Sun
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Aug 11 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Sunday Night Shuga Shaq @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int. Dist.)
Aug 11 @ 7:00 pm

Join Ms. Briq House at this all-People of Color burlesque revue, for an evening of dazzling dancing, tantric teasing, and all around prismatic sexy magic, with some of the hottest burlesque performers this side of the Mississippi. There will be so many shades and flavors of chocolate, caramel, mocha, lemon meringue, and red velvet dripping from the Theatre Off Jackson stage that you are guaranteed to leave with a tooth ache.

Bring your 1’s, 5’s, 10’s, 20’s, 50’s, and 100’s, and come prepared to have a hooting, hollering good time. Held every 2nd Sunday.

Age 21+

Tickets ($45) here.

 

Aug
15
Thu
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Aug 15 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Aug
17
Sat
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Aug 17 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Aug
18
Sun
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Aug 18 @ 1:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Aug
21
Wed
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Aug 21 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Aug
23
Fri
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Aug 23 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Aug
25
Sun
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Aug 25 @ 1:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Aug
29
Thu
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Aug 29 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Aug
30
Fri
Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Aug 30 @ 7:30 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Aug
31
Sat
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Aug 31 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Aug 31 @ 7:30 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Sep
1
Sun
Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Sep 1 @ 2:00 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Sep 1 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Sep
4
Wed
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Sep 4 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Sep
5
Thu
Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Sep 5 @ 7:30 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Sep
6
Fri
The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Sep 6 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Sep 6 @ 7:30 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Sep
7
Sat
Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Sep 7 @ 7:30 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Sep
8
Sun
Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Sep 8 @ 2:00 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

The Lucky Chance @ Island Shakespeare Festival (Whidbey Island) ☀️
Sep 8 @ 6:00 pm

If you’re looking to gamble on love with this multi-generational comedy featuring headstrong heroines and aging Romeos, consider this raunchy Restoration Comedy about sex, marriage, and consent. The ripened, spry, and sometimes lecherous Sir Cautious Fulbank and Sir Feeble Fainwou’d used their money and status to land young wives. But both wives had young suitors they already loved, who are trying to win them back. While the old men gamble, bribe, and swindle, the young suitors assume double identities, dance with a devil, and put their livelihoods on the line — with plenty of help from their crafty ladies. Delight in this unapologetic critique of capitalism and patriarchy while asking: are our motives in love and partnership ever truly altruistic?

The Lucky Chance, written by 17th-century novelist and playwright Aphra Behn, is ISF’s second partnership production with Expand the Canon. Directed by Julie Beckman.

Ticketed event, with sliding-scale and pay-what-you-choose tickets offered for all. Walk-up admission also available.

Tickets here

 

Sunday Night Shuga Shaq @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int. Dist.)
Sep 8 @ 7:00 pm

Join Ms. Briq House at this all-People of Color burlesque revue, for an evening of dazzling dancing, tantric teasing, and all around prismatic sexy magic, with some of the hottest burlesque performers this side of the Mississippi. There will be so many shades and flavors of chocolate, caramel, mocha, lemon meringue, and red velvet dripping from the Theatre Off Jackson stage that you are guaranteed to leave with a tooth ache.

Bring your 1’s, 5’s, 10’s, 20’s, 50’s, and 100’s, and come prepared to have a hooting, hollering good time. Held every 2nd Sunday.

Age 21+

Tickets ($45) here.

 

Sep
12
Thu
Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Sep 12 @ 7:30 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Sep
13
Fri
Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Sep 13 @ 7:30 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Sep
14
Sat
Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Sep 14 @ 7:30 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Sep
15
Sun
Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Sep 15 @ 2:00 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Sep
18
Wed
Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Sep 18 @ 2:00 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Sep
19
Thu
Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Sep 19 @ 7:30 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Sep
20
Fri
Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Sep 20 @ 7:30 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Sep
21
Sat
Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Sep 21 @ 7:30 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Sep
22
Sun
Pride and Prejudice @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Sep 22 @ 2:00 pm

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this Pride and Prejudice for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life.

Playwright Kate Hamill imbues hilarious new life into Jane Austen’s classic love story with a decidedly progressive take on the trials and travails of Elizabeth Bennet, Mr. Darcy, and of course the delightful Bennet clan. Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Oct
13
Sun
Sunday Night Shuga Shaq @ Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – Int. Dist.)
Oct 13 @ 7:00 pm

Join Ms. Briq House at this all-People of Color burlesque revue, for an evening of dazzling dancing, tantric teasing, and all around prismatic sexy magic, with some of the hottest burlesque performers this side of the Mississippi. There will be so many shades and flavors of chocolate, caramel, mocha, lemon meringue, and red velvet dripping from the Theatre Off Jackson stage that you are guaranteed to leave with a tooth ache.

Bring your 1’s, 5’s, 10’s, 20’s, 50’s, and 100’s, and come prepared to have a hooting, hollering good time. Held every 2nd Sunday.

Age 21+

Tickets ($45) here.

 

Oct
17
Thu
Havana Hop @ Seattle Children’s Theatre (Seattle Center)
Oct 17 @ 6:00 pm

Come meet young Yeila, who visits her grandmother in Cuba to add a salsa flavor to her own hip-hop style. The audience gets to dance along in this dynamic participation play where one actress creates three generations of lively women. Journey with Yeila as she discovers the fun of her multi-cultural heritage.

SCT is excited to welcome back former Artistic Resident Paige Hernandez with her inspired one-woman dance party tour de force. Directed by Danielle Drakes.

Accessible performances:
– ASL interpreted: 11/16 (1pm)
– Sensory friendly: 10/27 (10:30am)
– ASL interpreted, sensory friendly, and audio described: 11/10 (2pm)

Tickets here

 

Oct
18
Fri
What the Constitution Means to Me @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Oct 18 @ 7:30 pm

Heidi Schreck’s boundary-breaking play breathes new life into our Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Performed in conjunction with local High School debate teams.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Oct
19
Sat
Havana Hop @ Seattle Children’s Theatre (Seattle Center)
Oct 19 @ 1:00 pm

Come meet young Yeila, who visits her grandmother in Cuba to add a salsa flavor to her own hip-hop style. The audience gets to dance along in this dynamic participation play where one actress creates three generations of lively women. Journey with Yeila as she discovers the fun of her multi-cultural heritage.

SCT is excited to welcome back former Artistic Resident Paige Hernandez with her inspired one-woman dance party tour de force. Directed by Danielle Drakes.

Accessible performances:
– ASL interpreted: 11/16 (1pm)
– Sensory friendly: 10/27 (10:30am)
– ASL interpreted, sensory friendly, and audio described: 11/10 (2pm)

Tickets here

 

Havana Hop @ Seattle Children’s Theatre (Seattle Center)
Oct 19 @ 4:30 pm

Come meet young Yeila, who visits her grandmother in Cuba to add a salsa flavor to her own hip-hop style. The audience gets to dance along in this dynamic participation play where one actress creates three generations of lively women. Journey with Yeila as she discovers the fun of her multi-cultural heritage.

SCT is excited to welcome back former Artistic Resident Paige Hernandez with her inspired one-woman dance party tour de force. Directed by Danielle Drakes.

Accessible performances:
– ASL interpreted: 11/16 (1pm)
– Sensory friendly: 10/27 (10:30am)
– ASL interpreted, sensory friendly, and audio described: 11/10 (2pm)

Tickets here

 

What the Constitution Means to Me @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Oct 19 @ 7:30 pm

Heidi Schreck’s boundary-breaking play breathes new life into our Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Performed in conjunction with local High School debate teams.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Oct
20
Sun
Havana Hop @ Seattle Children’s Theatre (Seattle Center)
Oct 20 @ 10:30 am

Come meet young Yeila, who visits her grandmother in Cuba to add a salsa flavor to her own hip-hop style. The audience gets to dance along in this dynamic participation play where one actress creates three generations of lively women. Journey with Yeila as she discovers the fun of her multi-cultural heritage.

SCT is excited to welcome back former Artistic Resident Paige Hernandez with her inspired one-woman dance party tour de force. Directed by Danielle Drakes.

Accessible performances:
– ASL interpreted: 11/16 (1pm)
– Sensory friendly: 10/27 (10:30am)
– ASL interpreted, sensory friendly, and audio described: 11/10 (2pm)

Tickets here

 

Havana Hop @ Seattle Children’s Theatre (Seattle Center)
Oct 20 @ 2:00 pm

Come meet young Yeila, who visits her grandmother in Cuba to add a salsa flavor to her own hip-hop style. The audience gets to dance along in this dynamic participation play where one actress creates three generations of lively women. Journey with Yeila as she discovers the fun of her multi-cultural heritage.

SCT is excited to welcome back former Artistic Resident Paige Hernandez with her inspired one-woman dance party tour de force. Directed by Danielle Drakes.

Accessible performances:
– ASL interpreted: 11/16 (1pm)
– Sensory friendly: 10/27 (10:30am)
– ASL interpreted, sensory friendly, and audio described: 11/10 (2pm)

Tickets here

 

What the Constitution Means to Me @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Oct 20 @ 2:00 pm

Heidi Schreck’s boundary-breaking play breathes new life into our Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Performed in conjunction with local High School debate teams.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Oct
24
Thu
What the Constitution Means to Me @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Oct 24 @ 7:30 pm

Heidi Schreck’s boundary-breaking play breathes new life into our Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Performed in conjunction with local High School debate teams.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Oct
25
Fri
What the Constitution Means to Me @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Oct 25 @ 7:30 pm

Heidi Schreck’s boundary-breaking play breathes new life into our Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Performed in conjunction with local High School debate teams.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Oct
26
Sat
Havana Hop @ Seattle Children’s Theatre (Seattle Center)
Oct 26 @ 1:00 pm

Come meet young Yeila, who visits her grandmother in Cuba to add a salsa flavor to her own hip-hop style. The audience gets to dance along in this dynamic participation play where one actress creates three generations of lively women. Journey with Yeila as she discovers the fun of her multi-cultural heritage.

SCT is excited to welcome back former Artistic Resident Paige Hernandez with her inspired one-woman dance party tour de force. Directed by Danielle Drakes.

Accessible performances:
– ASL interpreted: 11/16 (1pm)
– Sensory friendly: 10/27 (10:30am)
– ASL interpreted, sensory friendly, and audio described: 11/10 (2pm)

Tickets here

 

Havana Hop @ Seattle Children’s Theatre (Seattle Center)
Oct 26 @ 4:30 pm

Come meet young Yeila, who visits her grandmother in Cuba to add a salsa flavor to her own hip-hop style. The audience gets to dance along in this dynamic participation play where one actress creates three generations of lively women. Journey with Yeila as she discovers the fun of her multi-cultural heritage.

SCT is excited to welcome back former Artistic Resident Paige Hernandez with her inspired one-woman dance party tour de force. Directed by Danielle Drakes.

Accessible performances:
– ASL interpreted: 11/16 (1pm)
– Sensory friendly: 10/27 (10:30am)
– ASL interpreted, sensory friendly, and audio described: 11/10 (2pm)

Tickets here

 

What the Constitution Means to Me @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Oct 26 @ 7:30 pm

Heidi Schreck’s boundary-breaking play breathes new life into our Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Performed in conjunction with local High School debate teams.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Oct
27
Sun
Havana Hop @ Seattle Children’s Theatre (Seattle Center) (sensory friendly)
Oct 27 @ 10:30 am

Come meet young Yeila, who visits her grandmother in Cuba to add a salsa flavor to her own hip-hop style. The audience gets to dance along in this dynamic participation play where one actress creates three generations of lively women. Journey with Yeila as she discovers the fun of her multi-cultural heritage.

SCT is excited to welcome back former Artistic Resident Paige Hernandez with her inspired one-woman dance party tour de force. Directed by Danielle Drakes.

Accessible performances:
– ASL interpreted: 11/16 (1pm)
– Sensory friendly: 10/27 (10:30am)
– ASL interpreted, sensory friendly, and audio described: 11/10 (2pm)

Tickets here

 

Want more accessible theatre? See NWTheatre’s complete calendars:
– ASL interpreted and open captioned performances here
– Audio described performances here
– Sensory friendly performances here

 

Havana Hop @ Seattle Children’s Theatre (Seattle Center)
Oct 27 @ 2:00 pm

Come meet young Yeila, who visits her grandmother in Cuba to add a salsa flavor to her own hip-hop style. The audience gets to dance along in this dynamic participation play where one actress creates three generations of lively women. Journey with Yeila as she discovers the fun of her multi-cultural heritage.

SCT is excited to welcome back former Artistic Resident Paige Hernandez with her inspired one-woman dance party tour de force. Directed by Danielle Drakes.

Accessible performances:
– ASL interpreted: 11/16 (1pm)
– Sensory friendly: 10/27 (10:30am)
– ASL interpreted, sensory friendly, and audio described: 11/10 (2pm)

Tickets here

 

What the Constitution Means to Me @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Oct 27 @ 2:00 pm

Heidi Schreck’s boundary-breaking play breathes new life into our Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Performed in conjunction with local High School debate teams.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Oct
30
Wed
What the Constitution Means to Me @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Oct 30 @ 2:00 pm

Heidi Schreck’s boundary-breaking play breathes new life into our Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Performed in conjunction with local High School debate teams.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Oct
31
Thu
What the Constitution Means to Me @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Oct 31 @ 7:30 pm

Heidi Schreck’s boundary-breaking play breathes new life into our Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Performed in conjunction with local High School debate teams.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Nov
1
Fri
What the Constitution Means to Me @ Harlequin Productions (Olympia)
Nov 1 @ 7:30 pm

Heidi Schreck’s boundary-breaking play breathes new life into our Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Performed in conjunction with local High School debate teams.

Pay-what-you-choose rush tickets available for select dates. See discount and rush ticket info here.

Tickets here.

 

Nov
2
Sat
Havana Hop @ Seattle Children’s Theatre (Seattle Center)
Nov 2 @ 1:00 pm

Come meet young Yeila, who visits her grandmother in Cuba to add a salsa flavor to her own hip-hop style. The audience gets to dance along in this dynamic participation play where one actress creates three generations of lively women. Journey with Yeila as she discovers the fun of her multi-cultural heritage.

SCT is excited to welcome back former Artistic Resident Paige Hernandez with her inspired one-woman dance party tour de force. Directed by Danielle Drakes.

Accessible performances:
– ASL interpreted: 11/16 (1pm)
– Sensory friendly: 10/27 (10:30am)
– ASL interpreted, sensory friendly, and audio described: 11/10 (2pm)

Tickets here