A burlesque Nutcracker, ghost-busting in the Georgetown Steamplant, and a host of humorous holiday shows.
The enduring legacy of Seattle's Jazz Age
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Remembering trumpeter, teacher and composer Frank Waldron, a trailblazer in the 1920s Jackson Street music scene.
Before there was Ernestine Anderson, Ray Charles and Quincy Jones, there was Frank Waldron.
With literary talks, live music and dinner theater, The Rabbit Box hopes to get audiences hopping back downtown.
In two new plays, the rock-’n’-roll icon is celebrated as a creative inspiration for Black youth.
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.
The Seattle actor leads the Tony-nominated play about a gay student in an upscale Black prep school.
Attendance numbers across Seattle venues hover well below pre-pandemic levels, a Crosscut survey found.
Moses Sun, Angelique Poteat, Ana María Campoy and Luther Hughes will be making a splash in the city’s arts scene this fall.
Save the dates for these September, October and November shows, from an Alanis Morrisette-inspired Broadway hit to a brand-new literary festival.
Administrative lags keep more than 80 small organizations waiting on $2.2 million in federal funding from American Rescue Plan Act programs.
Jazz on Jackson Street, riot grrrl power at Marymoor Park, Indigenous futurism in movement, and more.
As the opioid crisis intensifies, nightlife venues, concert spaces and festivals are recognizing that being prepared could save lives.
A new survey found that a third of workers in the industry — especially younger workers — are considering leaving the sector.