How Seattle became one of America’s best places to eat is explored in this exhibit curated by double James Beard Award–winning writer Rebekah Denn.
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Annie Desmond’s friends help her celebrate her 16th birthday and a new tattoo, and then make a life-altering pact with her in this Obie Award–winning drama with distinctively funny, rapid-fire dialogue.
Deanne Belinoff’s abstract drawings and paintings are inspired by infinity, gravity, time and the artist’s personal relationship with the cosmos. Opening 3/2.
In Nina Raine’s play, winner of two of England’s most illustrious honors, the Laurence Olivier Award and the Evening Standard Theatre Award, Billy, born deaf into a hearing family, meets a young woman on the brink of deafness.
The big idea of this festival is time: Each performative artwork lasts for somewhere between one and 48 hours.
Pacific Northwest Ballet presents Jessica Lang’s Her Door to the Sky, inspired by the landscapes of Georgia O’Keeffe; William Forsythe’s inspirational collection of duets; and David Dawson’s (A Million Kisses to My Skin) Empire Noir, created last year for the Dutch National Ballet.
In Sarah Burgess’ dark comedy about high finance, partners try to keep their morals clean while getting filthy rich.
Two kids lost in a magical forest filled with edible candy houses meet the kind owner, who doubles as a witch in her off hours, in this Pacific Northwest Ballet program.
A one-woman show about a fledgling garden that brings positive change to an immigrant neighborhood, adapted from the children’s book by Paul Fleischman. For ages 8 and older.
A 90-minute musical-comedy whodunit with two actors, one who plays all the suspects in a crime, and one who solves it. And both play piano. A coproduction with The 5th Avenue Theatre, presented onstage at ACT.