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Moore Theatre Tours

If you are a history buff, or are a curious person just wanting a peek behind the scenes, then make a reservation with the Moore Theatre. On the second Saturday of every month, folks can gather in front of the main entrance of the performance hall to take part in a free, historic tour.  Read More 

Goodnight Moon

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Whether you’re a fan of this classic book, or just excited to have the chance to take your littlest theater fan for a night out on the town, the Seattle Children’s Theater’s production of Goodnight Moon hits just the right note for parents and kids.  Read More 
moisture festival

Moisture Festival

Only in Seattle would we have an event titled “Moisture Festival.” But don’t let the name fool you – there is some serious fun to be had here! This month-long festival celebrates the art of live comedy and entertainment of the wildest kind! Jugglers! Aerialists! Clowns! And of course, the now famous Burlesque shows.  Read More 

Carrie: The Musical

If you’re a fan of horror, but your significant other would rather catch a musical, then Carrie: The Musical is your match made in heaven – or hell – depending on how you look at it.  Read More 
decibel 2013

Decibel Festival 2013

Who would have thought back in 2003, that a small, grass-roots, volunteer-run festival focused on underground electronic music and performance art would grow into a worldwide phenomenon attracting more than 26,000 attendees ten years later?  Read More 
2013 Fringe

The 2013 Seattle Fringe Festival

Go to the fringes of your imagination this September during the Seattle Fringe Festival. Held in Capitol Hill, this five-day extravaganza brings Seattleites and folks from all over the Puget Sound area a wide variety of live art.  Read More 
Kitsap Forest Theater

Kitsap Forest Theater

The Kitsap Forest Theaterhas been a treasured family tradition in the Seattle arts community since 1923. Located just 15 minutes from the Bremerton ferry, this magnificent outdoor theater is surrounded by giant fir trees and verdant ferns! Go early and picnic in the woods before the show!  Read More 

Camp Zinzanni

If you’re still looking for summer camp activities for your kids, you might want to check out Camp Zinzanni in lower Queen Anne. Kids from age 5-17 will learn from Teatro Zinzanni performers, including: American and European Circus and Clowning, basic circus arts and how to communicate through theater.   Read More 

Seattle Outdoor Theater Festival

If you can’t get enough of live theater but hate the thought of missing out on a gorgeous Seattle summer day, then leave your worries behind! All you need is the Seattle Outdoor Theater Festival!  Read More