Adoption, integration and turmoil among a Shaker sect are some of the complicated topics taking center stage this season.
Being an aspiring artist in a tech town isn’t easy. But Seattle Opera, The 5th Avenue Theatre and other local stages are setting teens up for success.
Plus, Bumbershoot is back with more art than ever and SIFF announces its venue lineup for spring.
A music-filled week includes Yo La Tengo at The Neptune, Black Belt Eagle Scout at Neumos and The Roots with Questlove.
Considered a lesser-known work by the ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ author, ‘The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window’ makes its PNW debut at Erickson Theatre.
Film noir at SIFF, an Afghan arts festival, a Brazilian carnival and a pop-up Black history museum.
Plus, a new installation at the Judkins Park light rail station and Northwest artists making national news.
Up-and-coming Seattle bands, Temptations: the musical and the PNW's first-ever disability-focused comedy festival.
Abstract art at NAAM, local psych-rock at Neumos and Roombas roaming Method Gallery.
Heart-throbbing cabaret in Pike Place Market, a mysterious hole in Pioneer Square and more arts events.
12 artist-approved ways to bolster our city’s creative ecosystem, from buying art at coffee shops to moonlighting as an usher.
The artistic director’s legacy closes with a twist on a holiday classic, the world premiere of ‘Mr. Dickens and His Carol.’
A burlesque Nutcracker, ghost-busting in the Georgetown Steamplant, and a host of humorous holiday shows.
The Williams Project showcases the celebrated author’s 1954 play on a local stage for the first time, with live gospel music and questions of compassion.
The art of Indigenous tattoos, the return of beloved comics festival Short Run and neon sculptures in the woods.
Longtime local favorite Mary Elizabeth Williams sheds light on why ‘unhinged’ characters are so compelling.