Events Calendar

Format: 2015-04-26
Format: 2015-04-26

Feb 11

Feb 21

Mar 20

Mar 27

  • March 27- April 26
    Times Vary.

    Seattle playwright/composer/cellist Justin Huertas presents his world-premiere musical, Lizard Boy, a coming-of-age/coming-out...

Apr 8

Apr 25

  • April 25, 4:00-9:00 pm

    Up-and-coming Italian-American choreographer Alice Gosti is taking creative risks and making an impact on the local dance...

Apr 26

Apr 29

  • Sunday, March 29 - Sunday, May 17

    Outstanding, innovative local director John Langs takes the helm of this classic tale of betrayal and doubt.

  • April 29
    8 p.m.

    Best known for her pioneering riot grrrl band Bikini Kill, Portland-born Kathleen Hanna also earned acclaim during her stint...

May 1

  • May 1
    10 p.m.

    As part of Seattle Symphony’s daring “[untitled]” series, Seattle sound genius Trimpin presents a world-premiere experimental...

  • May 1
    7:30 p.m.

    An op-ed columnist (and former restaurant critic and before that, White House correspondent) for The New York Times, Bruni is...

  • Friday, May 1 - 8:00pm

    Start May off right with Seattle alt-country rocker Sera Cahoone at Neumos. 

May 2

Ongoing Events

[ Theater ]

May 2-16
Times vary.

It’s a question for the ages: Which pleases the public more, high art or lowbrow antics? The Seattle Opera poses it by way of...

[ Theater ]

May 1-18
Times vary

In Meg Miroshnik’s The Tall Girls, a group of young women seeking escape routes from their struggling Dust Bowl town see the...

[ Music ]

April 30- May 2
Times Vary.

Conductor Ludovic Morlot leads the symphony and guest pianist Yefim Bronfman in an all-Beethoven program, including Ludwig’s...

[ Theater ]

April 30- May 10
Times vary

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera still reigns as Broadway’s longest-running musical, and it’s easy to see why,...

[ Arts and Performance ]

April 30- May 24
Times vary

In this new pop-rock musical, a teen boy facing garden-variety demons is suddenly plunged into an underworld awash in more...

[ Theater ]

April 29- May 17
Times vary.

Outstanding, innovative local director John Langs takes the helm of this classic tale of betrayal and doubt.

[ Visual Arts ]

January 31-April 26

This marks the first solo museum exhibition for Rodrigo Valenzuela, the Chile-born Seattleite whose photography and videos...

[ Visual Arts ]

October 11, 2014-April 26, 2015

Known for her enormous installations that resemble sensory dreamscapes, Ohio-based Ann Hamilton has her way with the Henry,...