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5th Avenue Theatre
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RAGGEDY ANN AND ANDY BY PATRIA THACKRAY
Theater Schmeater
A 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 Schmeater
It’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 Productions
The 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 Theatre
Some 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 Theatre
Village 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
Freehold
Freehold 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 Productions
Treat 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!
Libertinis
Grab 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


A HAND OF TALONS
Pork Filled Productions
For generations, the Yao clan has been the most powerful crime syndicate in the city, ruling the seedy underbelly of New Providence with an iron fist. But as the family empire threatens to crumble, Wilhelmina Yao must do whatever it takes to win at in a high-stakes game of power and betrayal. Descend into the hazy underground gambling den of the Fortuna Mews to explore the dark world of steampunk noir in this thrilling third installment of the New Providence series.
 
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Monday, March 07 2016


LILIES OR THE REVIVAL OF A ROMANTIC DRAMA
Spotlight

Local Jewell Productions presents the Seattle Premier of "Lilies or the Revival of a Romantic Drama" Opening March 25th and running every Friday & Saturday at 7:30 pm and Saturdays at 2:00 pm through April 9th.

Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2472721  


 
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Monday, March 07 2016


IGNITE YOUR BUSTLE
Burien Actors Theatre
A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, "In the Next Room or the vibrator play" is a touching and comical love story about a young doctor and his wife in the Victorian age. The show will be performed at Burien Actors Theatre Feb. 12 through March 6, and features specialty drinks themed to the show and free on-site parking, plus an opening night party.
 
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Thursday, February 11 2016


CRIMES OF THE HEART
Village Theatre
This winter, Village Theatre brings Southern humor to the stage with Crimes of the Heart, the Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy by Beth Henley. Set in the small town of Hazlehurst, Mississippi in 1974, the play follows three sisters as they come together in the midst of a very bad day. Called "a pure vein of Southern gothic humor" by The New York Times, Crimes of the Heart received the 1981 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, among a number of other prestigious awards and three Tony Award nominations. The story was later adapted into a film starring Diane Keaton, Jessica Lange, and Sissy Spacek.
 
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Monday, December 28 2015


XTREME NEW YEAR'S THEATRESPORTS PARTY!
Unexpected Productions
Comedy, camaraderie, and champagne! Laugh your way into the new year with Unexpected Productions. We proudly present Seattle's only fast-paced comedy improv battle. 20 hilarious improvisers split up into four teams and scored with cards marked 0-5 by the audience. This is an off-the-chart party. We will be giving away all sorts of gifts and providing all the hats, streamers and fun you expect. We careen full speed into the new year with a special champagne toast as the ball drops at midnight.
 
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Friday, December 18 2015


SPLINTER GROUP PRESENTS FIREFACE
Spotlight

Splinter Group presents the Seattle premiere of "Fireface" by renowned German playwright Marius von Mayenburg, directed by Paul Budraitis. Performances take place at an undisclosed private residence; ticket buyers will be given a meeting location, and be driven to the site of the performance. Afterwards, they will be returned to their original gathering place.

Ticket prices range from $5-$25 at http://bit.ly/FIREFACETIX


 
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Monday, November 02 2015


36TH SEATTLE INTERNATIONAL COMEDY COMPETITION
Unexpected Productions
36th Annual running of America's largest touring comedy festival...kicks off at Unexpected Productions. The Seattle International Comedy Competition is the real Last Comic Standing. 26 Days. 22 Shows.18 Venues from Tacoma to Bellingham. 33 comedians from the U.S., Canada, UK, Europe, Australia, and Africa. Over $15,000 in cash prizes. Talent executives from CBS, NBC, and more: movie studios, managers, agents and producers.
 
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Monday, November 02 2015



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