Virtual Entertainment

Virtual programming creates new opportunities for Seattle arts organizations

Digital programs allow groups to reach new audiences

Manual Cinema’s ‘Ada/Ava’ from April 2020.

Nat Rubio-Licht

What to Watch This Week: Earshot Jazz, Manual Cinema, Carla Körbes and More

That couch cushion you’ve been flattening for weeks is now the best seat in the house

Manual Cinema’s ‘Ada/Ava’

Gemma Wilson

This Week in Online Shows: James Corden, ‘Lysistrata,’ Simone Pin’s Virtual Party and More

Fill your calendar with these online events to fill the hole in your live-performance-loving heart

James Corden in ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’

Gemma Wilson

This Week in Shows: What to Watch When You Can’t Leave the House

As we pivot to digital arts consumption, the ingenuity displayed by our local and national arts communities is staggering, but not surprising.

Music Director Thomas Dausgaard leading the Seattle Symphony in a performance of Carl Nielsen’s Symphony No. 1 on January 30, 2020 at Benaroya Hall.

Gemma Wilson