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Pacific Northwest Ballet Nutcracker

The Nutcracker

Every year, the Pacific Northwest Ballet company puts on a performance of the Nutcracker. Each act is more fantastic than the last, with sugarplum fairies, evil rats, dancing snowflakes, whirling dervishes (whatever those are), and of course Clara and the Nutcracker themselves.  Read More 
McCaw Hall

Seattle Opera

The Seattle Opera is a world-class opera company that is recognized internationally for the quality of its productions and is known as the pre-eminent presenter of Wagner’s opera in the United States.  Read More 
Teen Tix

Teen Tix

This one is for some of our younger readers. If you are 13-18 years old and enjoy the arts, you want to get yourself a Teen Tix pass. The pass is free and gets you access to theatre, dance, music, film and visual art events for just $5.  Read More 
Seattle Public Theater

Seattle Public Theater

Seattle has no shortage of quality live theater troupes. Perhaps none of them perform in a location as unique as the Seattle Public Theater. Housed in the historic Bathhouse on Greenlake, Seattle Public Theater has become one of Seattle’s premier mid-sized theaters, known for high-quality productions and an ambitious education program.  Read More 
Play! A Video Game Symphony

Play! A Video Game Symphony

Video games are not often associated with the fine arts, but this week’s concerts from the Seattle Symphony will have gamers coming out in droves to hear music from their favorite video games.  Read More 
Shakespeare in the Park

Shakespeare in the Park

The Seattle Shakespeare Company is known for their performance of classical plays at their indoor home at Seattle Center, but during the summer, they venture out into local parks for free performances of Shakespeare classics.  Read More 
Day of Music 2011

Seattle Symphony’s Day of Music

Looking for some musical entertainment on this rainy afternoon? This Seattle Symphony is presenting a free Day of Music at Benaroya Hall from 12-6PM today, Sunday, September 18, 2011.  Read More 
Will Riker (Jonathan Frakes)

Sci-Fi at the Seattle Symphony

The Seattle Symphony is taking a break from Chopin and Bach for five performances of Sci-Fi at the Pops, featuring music from Star Wars, Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, Avatar and Superman.  Read More 
Nutcracker

Nutcracker

Sugar plum fairies unite! Another holiday season is upon us, and the Pacific Northwest Ballet will once again treat us to their annual tradition of the Nutcracker starting this week.  Read More 
Choir of the Sound Holiday Concert 2011

Choir of the Sound Holiday Concert 2011

Choir of the Sound, a local community choir, is putting on their Holiday Concert this weekend. This year they’ve got festive favorites on tap from two pioneers of choral music, Fred Waring and Robert Shaw. They are also not the typical choir, combining choral music, show tunes, staging, costumes and choreography. They’ve even got a …  Read More