A burlesque Nutcracker, ghost-busting in the Georgetown Steamplant, and a host of humorous holiday shows.
Undulating waves at Pacific Northwest Ballet, aurora borealis on Bainbridge and ceramic shafts of light in Ballard.
The art of Indigenous tattoos, the return of beloved comics festival Short Run and neon sculptures in the woods.
Four film festivals (queer, Latino, doc, and horror), plus romantic opera, Sorkin’s take on ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ a Chihuly tour, and much more.
Seattle’s celebrated ballet company is striving to increase diversity with a new repertory, new choreographers and new BIPOC and non-binary dancers.
Jazz on Jackson Street, riot grrrl power at Marymoor Park, Indigenous futurism in movement, and more.
For dancer-choreographers Donald Byrd and Jade Solomon Curtis, social engagement takes center stage.
Plus, an immersive new show on Capitol Hill lands evolved alien life in Seattle.
Plus, a deluge of new dance performances in Georgetown, Capitol Hill, Uptown and Tacoma.
For these dancer-choreographers, social engagement takes center stage.
Plus, a new flower festival blooms in the Chinatown-International District.
Choreographers and performers say a lack of studio space, high costs of living and the pandemic have made it hard to kickstart a career in the city.
Also rebooting in-person programming: the Seattle Black Film Festival.
In an effort to combat the unemployment and underemployment of creative workers, Hope Corps will put artists to work on public projects.
Plus, a new local partnership with Bill T. Jones, a book of essays by Rebecca Brown and picks from the Seattle Jewish Film Festival.
While statewide requirements end March 12, many Seattle theaters will keep their mask-and-vax policies at least through this spring.