Your 2016 Guide to Spring Theater, Dance, Film and More

From books to music to theater, we've got the list you won't want to miss
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The new season ushers in brighter skies, warmer weather and motivation to get out and do something. Luckily, spring also brings a bevy of performances, exhibits, concerts and other arts events worth getting excited about. Mark your calendars—--we’ve rounded up 38 great things to see, hear and experience now and in the months to come.

Visual Arts

Art of all types abounds in Seattle this spring.

Dance/Performance

Bring a date to Whim W'Him or enjoy the dark tale of Der Sandmann.

Music

The famous Northwest Folklife Festival is coming at the end of May.

Classical

Watch Wagner's The Flying Dutchman or listen to Brahms' Symphony No. 4.

Talks

Meet and listen to writers speak about their works.

Theater

Paint Your Wagon, Sherlock Holmes and more.

Film

Details on the Seattle International Film Festival and a tribute to the cinema of Paris.

For more arts events, explore our daily events calendar

 

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