Performing Arts


Virtual programming creates new opportunities for Seattle arts organizations

Digital programs allow groups to reach new audiences


On the Boards’ Northwest New Works Festival Spotlight: Dance Filmmaker Kiana Harris

Get to know this emerging artist who presents her new dance film, “Rivers of Nine,” at On the Boards’ 35th annual festival highlighting new and experimental work


‘Mean Girls’ Meets Machiavelli in Seattle Rep’s ‘MacBeth’

Seattle Repertory Theatre presents a twisted all-female twist on the classic drama


Review: Village Theatre’s Divine ‘Hairspray’

Remember how fun the show was 16 years ago? It still is


ArtsWest Adapts a Dated Melodrama For the Times

"An Octoroon" will have a first look show on April 3 and then will run from April 19 to May 13.


Macha Theatre Works’ ‘Smoke & Dust’ Kicks Up History’s Dirt

A new play considers an extraordinary female composer’s life with a timely twist. Our review


In West of Lenin’s ‘Big Rock,’ Dad and Daughter Take Each Other for Granite

Sonya Schneider’s new play touches on family trauma, with mixed results

Orpheum Theatre


Michael Luwoye, Joshua Henry, and Rory O’Malley,  Rubén J. Carbajal as John Laurens/Phillip Hamilton; Jordan Donica as Marquis De Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson; Amber Iman as Peggy Schuyler/Maria Reynolds; Isaiah Johnson as George Washington; Solea Pfeiffer as Eliza Hamilton; Emmy Raver-Lampman as Angelica Schuyler; and Mathenee Treco as Hercules Mulligan/James Madison, Ryan Alvarado, Raymond Baynard, Amanda Braun, Daniel Ching, Karli Dinardo, Jeffery Duffy, Jennifer Geller, Jacob Guzman, Julia Harriman, Afra Hines, Sabrina Imamura, Lauren Kias, Yvette Lu, Desmond Newson, Desmond Nunn, Josh Andrés Rivera, Raven Thomas, Ryan Vasquez, Keenan D. Washington, and Andrew Wojtal.

The Quick and Dirty on Seattle’s Hamilton Lottery

Still confused about those $10 Hamilton tickets? Here’s some do’s and don’ts to get you started.


Local Theatre Legend on August Wilson’s “Two Trains Running” and Leaving Seattle

After 16 years in Seattle, most recently as associate artistic director at Seattle Repertory Theatre, Marya Sea Kaminski says farewell to Seattle with an August Wilson play.