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From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling production filled with beauty, magic, comedy, and breathtaking spectacle. It's an extraordinary theatrical event in which one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. Aladdin features songs from the film as well as new music written by Tony and Academy Award winner Alan Menken (Newsies). The lyrics are by Howard Ashman (Beauty and the Beast), Tony winner Tim Rice (The Lion King), and book writer Chad Beguelin (The Wedding Singer).
America's largest interactive murder mystery comedy dinner show. Solve a hilarious murder case while you feast on a fantastic four-course plated dinner. Just beware. The killer is hiding somewhere in the room, and you may find yourself as a Prime Suspect.
Our show is very different from traditional murder mystery dinner shows. We will hide non-costumed actors in the audience that are pretending to be regular guests. This results in a much more social and interactive evening than with other shows; you will find yourself engaged and involved to a level you never thought possible. Our shows are set during the present day and take place in real time. Over the course of the night, our costumed Detectives will uncover clues, interrogate audience members that may or may not be part of the show, and help everyone get closer to solving the mystery.
FIRST Saturdays all year: Join The EDGE for an ingeniously improvised evening of on-the-spot comedy, all from audience suggestions. For more than eighteen years, the troupe's riotous antics have inspired rave reviews from audience members.
Those fan-favorite dogs are back in one of the most inventive adaptations in Seattle Children's Theatre history. The madcap party never stops when these zany canines — big and small — leap off the page to bring P.D. Eastman's famous book to life. The dogs' high-spirited singing, zooming cars, construction zone chaos, and up-all-night antics will have the whole family in stitches. Oh, did we mention the roller-skating? Have fun keeping up with Red, Blue, Yellow, and Green Dog.
When small-town officials mistake an inventive clerk for an undercover inspector sent to root out corruption, the whole village goes into a tailspin. A comic web of bribery, lies, and rampaging self-delusion entangles everyone in chaos.
Winner of 11 Tony Awards, including Best Musical!
From the creative team behind In the Heights comes Hamilton, a musical about a scrappy young immigrant who forever changed America: Alexander Hamilton. Tony and Grammy Award winner Lin-Manuel Miranda has given words and music to the story of an unlikely founding father determined to make his mark on a new nation as hungry and ambitious as he is. Hamilton is an exploration of a political mastermind who went from being a bastard orphan to George Washington's right-hand man, rebel to war hero, loving husband caught in the country's first sex scandal to Treasury Department secretary who made an untrusting world believe in the American economy. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Eliza Hamilton, and Aaron Burr, lifelong friend and foe of Hamilton, all attend this revolutionary tale of America's fiery past told through the sounds of the ever-changing nation we've become.
Witness the story of 12-year-old Ben Uchida, a Japanese-American boy whose life is changed forever following the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor. When the U.S. government forces Japanese-American citizens into internment camps, Ben and his family must face difficult truths about the idea of home. One young person's struggle to understand a society allowing mass discrimination against its citizens poses questions as urgent today as they were in the past.
After the adoring public raises the charismatic Caesar to power, political factions question the leader's motives and growing influence. Whispers of mutiny rumble through the corridors of power. Brutus and Cassius reach a dire conclusion that will set Rome on the edge of collapse.
Drawing on the momentum from a Top 10 spot on NBC's The Voice as well as more than a decade of experience working in the music industry, singer Kat Robichaud brings her band Darling Misfits to Hale's Ales Palladium for Misfit Cabaret, an exciting blend of musical theater, rock 'n' roll, and vaudeville. Robichaud and her band create a night of decadence, bawdiness, and damsels (not) in distress, complete with everything from burlesque to drag to circus to magic. For each new show, Robichaud writes two original songs keeping with the theme of the evening (this month: WhimSea), as well as a special medley to kick off the evening. Imagine a place where your darkest dreams bloom into thrilling life — that's what Misfit Cabaret is all about.
Meet Shawn, a bright young girl with a head full of science and imagination, which makes nap times particularly difficult. Today, it's her friend Lamp that, despite having no cord and no bulb, triggers a wide-awake adventure when it reveals its greatest dream is to learn to fly and become the moon. Launch into a voyage fit for mission control as Shawn and her lamp, with the guidance of the audience, escape another nap time and blast into space.
Aaron Lamb and Katherine Strohmaier present Jason Robert Brown's beloved off-Broadway musical — with just a piano between them. Originally conceived 10 years ago out of countless late-night piano sessions in their New Jersey apartment, actors and pianists Strohmaier (Cathy) and Lamb (Jamie) have finally brought their "crazy" idea to the Seattle stage. As time passes (backwards for Cathy, forwards for Jamie), each accompanies the other, switching off seamlessly until they both play at once, during the musical's only duet.
In the middle of the Sahara Desert, a stranded aviator meets the Little Prince, a young boy from a small, faraway asteroid, and a dreamlike journey unfolds across a universe. A rose, a sheep, and an array of unusual adults on their own small planets spark wonder in artistic director Courtney Sale's Seattle Children's Theatre directorial debut. Adapted from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's classic novella, this treasured tale reminds us of the power of innocence and boundless love.
The wealthy heiress Portia is forced to set her suitors a challenge for her hand in marriage. In order to woo her, Bassanio finances his plan with money borrowed from his friend Antonio. All would be fine, except Antonio has taken out a loan from the moneylender Shylock on the assurance that his ships will make it back to the city. They don't, and Shylock demands repayment with a pound of Antonio's flesh.
Mr. and Mrs. Popper are an ordinary couple in an ordinary English town…until some extraordinary Antarctic penguins come to stay! Lighting up the stage with song and dance, these birds possess talents rivaling the best of vaudeville. Delight in imaginative storytelling, hilarious puppetry, and charming musical numbers as these talented creatures warm their way into your heart, taking you and the Poppers on an unpredictable, toe-tapping adventure.
In an overconnected, information-saturated world, Ashley is struggling. Diagnosed with a condition known as "hyperempathy," she finds it difficult to hold a job, maintain relationships, and otherwise cope with the emotional demands of her everyday life. When Ashley is introduced to a new medical procedure known as Neuroclear, she sees a chance to create a new, better version of herself — but not without putting her humanity at risk. A fresh look into our relationships with the world, technology, and our "best self," Much Better questions the ethical limits of the use of technology as means for self-improvement. Earlier this year, Much Better emerged as a semifinalist for the 2017 O'Neill National Playwrights Conference, establishing itself as a strong and relevant literary work among over 1,300 plays. Prior to the O'Neill Conference, Much Better was a finalist in the 2016 Drama League Beatrice Terry Residency.
"They are a little bit rat. They are a little bit mole. They are all naked." Well, except Wilbur, that is. Emmy winner and Caldecott honoree Mo Willems is back, once again teaming up with Deborah Wicks La Puma, composer of Elephant & Piggie's "We Are in a Play!", for this world premiere rock 'n' roll extravaganza. Grab your friends and watch as Wilbur, a clothes-loving mole rat with exceptional style, navigates the pressure to be just like everyone else. With tail-shaking tunes, empowering messages of individuality, and classic Mo Willems humor, this musical is sure to rock audiences of all ages.
Set in the volatile melting pot of New York City, this musical theater masterpiece weaves together three distinct American stories: those of an upper-class wife, a determined Jewish immigrant, and a daring young Harlem musician, all united by their desire and belief in a brighter tomorrow. At Ragtime's core is a compelling story of love. The musical's scintillating, Tony Award-winning score is by composer Stephen Flaherty and lyricist Lynn Ahrens. The show also features a Tony-winning book by Terrence McNally.
"Not everything that counts can be counted."
In 1902, Albert and Mileva Einstein had a daughter. After 1902, she was never seen or spoken of again. Fast forward to 1948: As an insistent reporter searches for answers to Einstein's secrets, she discovers that not everything adds up.
Young Will Shakespeare is in dire need of inspiration. His next play is up against a deadline, and the only thing he's figured out is the title: Romeo and Ethel, the Pirate's Daughter. Then he meets Viola, a smart and beautiful woman who desperately wants to perform on the stage even though it's forbidden. Will is smitten and gets inspired to write the greatest love story the world has known.
On the first Friday of every month Annex Theatre presents a late evening of unusual performance called Spin the Bottle, in which performers of every description present short works that range from the unusual to the simply indescribable.
Audiences of all shapes and sizes are entertained monthly by Annex Theatre's late-night variety show, Spin the Bottle!
Curated by Catherine Blake Smith, Spin the Bottle – featuring theater, music, dance, spoken word, film, and whatever else we can find – has appeared on the first Friday of every month since Sept 12, 1997.
The popular and wealthy Timon has hordes of friends — but only when the wine is flowing. When his money runs out, Timon turns to his friends for help. One by one they refuse him, and the carefree philanthropist turns into a reclusive misanthrope. When fortune shines on him again, will Timon find out who his true friends are?
Winner of the Tony Award for Best Play in 2013. Welcome to Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where siblings Vanya and Sonia have lived their entire lives in the family home. They spend their days doing nothing but lamenting their rather Chekovian lot in life. When Masha, the third sibling (who is funding their life with her movie star career), returns home with a beautiful and very young boyfriend, life as Vanya and Sonia know it is threatened. Inspired by the work of Anton Chekhov, Christopher Durang uses his play to comment on age, entitlement, and social media, all with the presence of overwhelming, ridiculous comedy. A raucous and poignant play that is pure joy from start to finish.
Edward Albee's masterwork explores one truth-exposing night in the tumultuous lives of two couples in 1960s America.
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown premiered almost 50 years ago and is based on the comic strip Peanuts by Charles Schulz. Book, music, and lyrics are by Clark Gesner, with additional dialogue by Michael Mayer and additional music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa.