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Ends May 28, times vary

David Byrne and Fatboy Slim’s Imelda Marcos musical is a standing-room-only hit (partly because the Rep has been temporarily transformed into a nightclub set, so much of the audience has no choice but to stand). 

Ends May 28, times vary

The scantily clad ensemble, elegant, cool and lust-worthy, skillfully performs classic, modern, ballroom, cabaret and burlesque dance as chef John Gilbert serves up a three-course meal. The catwalk in the center of the room means some viewers are inches away from the performers. 

Ends May 23, times vary

Can’t afford a trip to Venice, Giverny or the Grand Canyon? See them in paintings by Canaletto, Manet, Monet, Thomas Moran and David Hockney, just three of 39 works from Paul G. Allen’s collection of landscapes spanning 400 years. 

Through October 22, times vary

As Edo (Tokyo) became a boomtown with a million citizens between 1603 and 1868, people partied with courtesans, picnicked under cherry trees and lived for the moment. Relive it through these pictures. 

May 4 - 25, times vary

Take another look at modern-day Pioneer Square through a silhouette lens. Miller has created a site-specific space where light and imagery redefines viewers’ relationship with their environment. 

May 18 - June 11, times vary

The 43rd SIFF promises to screen more than 450 movies from 90 nations for 150,000 people, three times as many as attend Utah’s Sundance Film Festival.

May 20 - September 3, times vary

Pushing the boundaries between spectator and artist, Siegel uses photography, performance, film and installation. 

May 20 - Nov 11, times vary

Barbados-born University of Washington art prof Hurley’s recent work hovers between painting and sculpture: monochrome black canvases modified with broomsticks, poles and other found objects, some of them reminiscent of protest signs.

May 20 - January 1, 2018, times vary

Do you know the Muppet man? Not until you’ve seen Jim Henson’s Muppet puppets alongside his non-Kermit-related work: Fraggle Rock, The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth, seen in sketches, storyboards, photos, video clips and more than 20 puppets. 

May 24, 8 PM

The beloved cult songwriter on the Sub Pop label and former Fleet Foxes drummer will likely sing the lyrics he recently sang on Saturday Night Live: “Bedding Taylor Swift/ Every night inside the Oculus Rift…not bad for a race of demented monkeys.”