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THE MAGIC NEGRO AND OTHER BLACKNESS
Unexpected ProductionsSpecial Engagement two nights only! Have you ever pondered the idea that Dr. Seuss’ Green Eggs and Ham might be racially charged? And just whose uncle IS Uncle Ben? Well, maybe it’s time to take a closer look. This hilarious one-man show by Mark Kendall shows a performer at war with himself. Dissecting common themes in representations of the African-American experience, Mark makes us laugh and ask ourselves why we are laughing. From race cards to white flight, Aunt Jemima, and even Black Jesus—you will laugh until you cry and cry until you laugh.
 
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Monday, August 29 2016


GUTENBERG! THE MUSICAL!
SpotlightTwo men think they've written the greatest musical in history! It's awfully good (and hilariously bad) . . . see it August 19th and 20th, 2016 at Renton Civic Theatre. Co-produced by Youth Experimental Theatre Institute and Hanner & Repp. ALL proceeds go to Page Ahead Children's Literacy Program.
 
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Friday, August 19 2016


SEATTLE PLAYWRIGHTS STUDIO SHOWCASE
Burien Actors TheatreFor about the price of a matinee movie theater ticket, you can see two brand-new plays from the creative minds of local playwrights during the Seattle Playwrights Studio Showcase in August at Burien Actors Theatre. The Showcase offers performances from Aug. 19 through 21, 2016 of four new shows written by playwrights from the greater Seattle area. Tickets are just $10, and each ticket includes admission to a perfomance of two plays.
 
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Friday, August 05 2016


TURBO TURKEY: THE DARK MEAT
Burien Actors TheatreGet set for spine-tingling laughs with Turbo Turkey: The Dark Meat, four horror-comedy shorts from the demented minds of Turbo Turkey. The show performs at Burien Actors Theatre July 29 through Aug. 6.
 
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Sunday, July 24 2016


THE FANTASTIC MISADVENTURES OF TWISTY SHAKES
LibertinisA whimsical, rip-roaring crusade through a kingdom of intrepid go-go dancers, mole people, sky pirates, and warring demigods, THE FANTASTIC MISADVENTURES OF TWISTY SHAKES is a hard-rocking, rump-shaking, road-tripping odyssey inspired by the fantasy movies of the ‘80s, the music of the ‘70s, and the wide eyes of the ‘60s. Seattle's sexiest interarts gang and writer Marcus Gorman have shaken theatre, neo-burlesque, and clown into yet another deliciously weird cocktail!
 
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Monday, July 18 2016


THE CROSSING
Theater SchmeaterTheater Schmeater is pleased to announce the beginning of a new journey with the re-telling of an old one. The Crossing, an original chamber musical, will open at The Schmee on Friday July 15th, 2016 and then run on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays through August 13th, 2016.
 
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Tuesday, June 28 2016


FLY BY NIGHT
Theater NewsReboot Theatre Company follows its inaugural production, the award-winning all-female 1776, with the Seattle premiere of the off-Broadway musical FLY BY NIGHT. In this compelling indie rock-fable, set during the months leading up to New York’s 1965 blackout, Harold the hapless sandwich maker is propelled by fate and time to make a life-changing choice, proving that it sometimes takes a blackout to see the light. Harry Turpin directs with music direction by Joel Kurzynski.
 
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Tuesday, June 28 2016


RAGGEDY ANN AND ANDY BY PATRIA THACKRAY
Theater SchmeaterA rag tag band of discarded toys gather to find to find new children to be played with in this hilarious take on the Ragedy Ann and Andy childrens books. Not just for children, Thackrays script allows for the toys to have work out problems and situations familiar to any adult, who will delight in the everyday humor—what do you do with a misplaced and lonely camel?
 
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Thursday, June 23 2016


THE CROSSING: AN ORIGINAL MUSICAL BY PAUL LEWIS
Theater SchmeaterIt’s 1932 and America’s Aviation Sweetheart is about to make a dangerous solo crossing of the Atlantic. A procession of other women aviators has been swallowed by the Atlantic, but Amelia Earhart is determined to be the first to survive. In an effort to gain an advantage, she and her wealthy husband approach the best meteorologist they can find, Ray Spencer. Frozen by a past he can’t shake, Spencer refuses to help. Based on the true story of Amelia Earhart and her solo flight, The Crossing is a haunting musical retelling of that story: a brave young woman risking all, a mature man withdrawing into a self protective shell of doubt, and the unbound natural forces that ultimately control all men’s fates, all come into sharp focus in this compelling new work.
 
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Thursday, June 23 2016


20TH SEATTLE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF IMPROV
Unexpected ProductionsThe performances from All Around You, the 20th Seattle International Festival of Improv, explores the nature of performance and space. The immersive quality of the show will create an exciting interactive environment for the audience to experience the story from within the story.
 
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Tuesday, June 14 2016


ENTERTAINMENT EVENTS INC RETURNS TO FEDERAL WAY
Center Stage TheatreSome of Centerstage’s most successful shows have come in collaboration with New York Producer, Entertainment Events Inc.: Cuff Me – the musical parody of 50 Shades of Grey; three “Late Night Catechism “ shows and Girl’s Night – the musical by Louise Roche.
 
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Thursday, April 28 2016


VILLAGE THEATRE 2016-2017 SEASON
Village TheatreVillage Theatre invites you to its 2016-2017 Season, curated by Artistic Director Steve Tomkins. The lineup includes: Pump Boys and Dinettes, a high-octane country western musical; Singin’ in the Rain, the glorious classic based on the beloved movie musical; The 39 Steps, a fast-paced farce in the style of Hitchcock; A Proper Place, a new musical comedy that strands a British family on a deserted island; and Dreamgirls, the award-winning Motown-inspired musical sensation.
 
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Friday, April 22 2016


FREEHOLD THEATRE LAB STUDIO IS MOVING
FreeholdFreehold Theater Lab Studio, Seattle’s premiere independent theater school and lab for working professionals, has announced that they will be leaving their Belltown home of eight years for a new home at Maynard and Weller in the International District, with a planned opening of their expanded facility on September 15, 2016.
 
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Friday, April 22 2016


MAKE YOUR MAMA LAUGH!
Unexpected ProductionsTreat your Mom to a night of off-the-cuff comedy as the improvisational wizards at Unexpected Productions delve into the hilarious joys and horrors of parenthood at this special Mother's Day show. These skilled performers set out to prove just how much our Moms mean to us by mercilessly making fun of them. They're also prepared to pull willing ladies on stage to participate in the show, thereby providing plenty of payback for all the times dear old mom embarrassed you growing up. Mom’s get $5 of their tickets
 
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Thursday, April 07 2016


P(ART)Y: BENDER!
LibertinisGrab that martini shaker and a breakfast sandwich, because The Libertinis are going on a BENDER! Join Seattle’s sexiest interarts gang for the next go-round of their regular P(ART)Y series - a lost April Fools weekend of wacky new work at The Pocket Theater!
 
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Monday, March 28 2016



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