Plus, Shakespeare returns to Puget Sound parks, Jazz Alley gets its groove back and more news of Northwest arts re-openings.
The Williams Project is staging an outdoor theater fest, with the help of hula hoops and roller skates.
Here are eight concerts, dance performances and theater shows you can see in person this spring.
Our survey included more than a dozen questions, but this one was the most important.
After months of struggling under pandemic restrictions, they say going back to ‘normal’ is not an option.
Plus, Black History Month continues at Northwest Film Forum, National Nordic Museum and Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.
Local writers like Cheryl L. West are penning dramas and musicals for the inevitable return of in-person theater.
On the steps of the Capitol, the young poet embodied the potential of art in civic spaces.
The pandemic threw the arts scene a curveball — these creatives hit it out of the park.
Plus, a tattooed Ghost of Christmas Present.
With ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,’ the ‘Black Panther’ star achieved his long-standing dream to appear in a drama by local theater legend August Wilson.
Plus, Dina Martina, Taylor Mac, Duke Ellington, Charlie Brown and a bowl full of Nutcrackers.
Plus, a slew of new books by Seattle authors.
Plus, a 500-year plan for Whidbey Island.
Plus, celebrate a retro Halloween with Edgar Allan Poe and Vincent Price — before election dread returns.
With live theater on hold, local venues find that an old form of storytelling is new again.