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In a magical kingdom fathoms below, the beautiful young mermaid Ariel longs to leave her ocean home to live in the world above. But first,

Mary Poppins
5/26 - 6/4/2023

Mary Poppins is bringing its own brand of Broadway magic to theaters across the country, which has Variety raving, “This is the rare touring production

5/25 - 6/4/2023

Read all about it! Paper Mill Playhouse is proud to present the premiere of a brand new musical, NEWSIES, adapted for the stage from the

The Music Man
5/19 - 6/4/2023

Spokane Childrens Theatre

Venus in Fur
Venus in Fur
6/2 - 6/4/2023

Theatre33 presents Venus in Fur by David Ives, directed by Marianna Chebotaryova What: Venus in Fur Where: Theatre33 When: June 2, 3, and 4, 7:30

Disney's The Lion King Jr
6/8 - 6/8/2023

The African savannah comes to life with Simba, Rafiki and an unforgettable cast of characters as they journey from Pride Rock to the jungle and

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

In this popular Broadway musical, an eclectic group of six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. While candidly disclosing hilarious and touching

Unnecessary Farce
Unnecessary Farce
5/26 - 6/11/2023

UNNECESSARY FARCE BY PAUL SLADE SMITH DIRECTED BY DAVID ALAN MORRISON Two cops.  Three crooks.  Eight doors.  Go.  In a cheap motel room, an embezzling

The Brainy and Beautiful Belle yearns to escape her provincial life...and her brute of a suitor, Gaston. However, Belle gets more adventurous than she wanted

In a magical kingdom fathoms below, the beautiful young mermaid Ariel longs to leave her ocean home to live in the world above. But first,

A joyous girl power romp! This is the story of an extraordinary girl who, armed with a vivid imagination and a sharp mind, dares to

5/28 - 6/18/2023

Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday and promote excitement in reading and literature with Seussical! This whimsical musical is based on the books of Dr. Seuss and

6/2 - 6/18/2023

Stephen Kings novella that inspired the film finally comes to the stage!Based on the novella by Stephen King, this adaptation of The Shawshank Redemption hearkens

6/9 - 6/24/2023

RENT: DOWNTOWN LA takes place in a warehouse in industrial downtown Los Angeles, where an artistic renaissance is underway in the vein of 1990s Alphabet

6/23 - 6/25/2023

"Briar/Rose" is the age-old story of a Princess banished by an evil Queen, with a twist: the “Princess” is actually Briar, a young trans man

Bugsy Malone Jr
6/22 - 6/25/2023

The popular pint-sized, pin-striped classic leaps off the silver screen and onto the stage. Like the film, this wild and wacky musical includes a child's

3/30 - 6/25/2023

Can Can, the winner of 5 BroadwayWorld Seattle Awards including Seattle’s Favorite Local Theatre, brings to you an all-new production. Depart from the confines of

Seussical Kids
6/30 - 7/1/2023

Beginning in the Jungle of Nool, the Cat in the Hat, our narrator, tells the story of Horton, an elephant who discovers a speck of

Hello, Dolly!
Hello, Dolly!
5/24 - 7/2/2023

Starring the incomparable Bobbi Kotula as Dolly Gallagher Levi,  Hello, Dolly!  makes a triumphant return to Village Theatre. Often revered as one of the greatest

Shrek The Musical Jr
7/5 - 7/5/2023

Beauty is in the eye of the ogre in Shrek The Musical JR., based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation film and fantastic Broadway musical. It's

6/14 - 7/9/2023

For the scientists aboard the space station orbiting Solaris, the strange new planet is a manifestation of their life’s work – a dream come true.

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Latest Seattle Reviews

Review: HELLO, DOLLY! at Village Theatre

by Jay Irwin - May 27, 2023

In the musical theater world, there are classics and then there are Classics (with the big “C”). Jerry Herman’s “Hello, Dolly!” is certainly a big “C” Classic and I’m here to fight anyone who says different. It’s a delicious throwback to the Golden Age of musicals and certainly a star vehicle for th...

Review: LES MISERABLES at The 5th Avenue Theatre

by Jay Irwin - May 27, 2023

I’ve seen many productions of “Les Misérables” over the years, Dear Readers. I’ve seen local productions and tours. I’ve seen with the turntable and without. And, of course, I’ve seen good and not so good productions. And with all those viewings under my belt, I had to ask myself, “do I need to see ...

Review: JEEVES TAKES A BOW at Taproot Theatre

by Kelly Rogers Flynt - May 21, 2023

Yowza indeed! JEEVES TAKES A BOW at Taproot Theatre launched into opening night full throttle on the comedy pedal. The beloved characters of PG Wodehouse take the audience on a delightful romp across the New York stage, through the seedy underbelly of the big city, and even a ramble into the wild, w...

Review: WOLF PLAY at ACT

by Jay Irwin - May 12, 2023

Dear Readers, just as theater professionals have unique ways of communicating a story, so too do children have their own ways of communicating their issues, especially when traumatized. Now take those two unique perspectives and combine them and you get the singular “Wolf Play” by Hansol Jung, curre...

Review: LYDIA AND THE TROLL at The Seattle Rep

by Jay Irwin - May 11, 2023

He’s a Seattle favorite. He inspires magic and wonder and just brings a smile to the faces of those who see him. No, I’m not talking about Justin Huertas, composer of the locally (and beyond) renowned musical “Lizard Boy” (about to make its Off-Broadway premiere in NYC, by the way), although I might...

Review: TWELFTH NIGHT at Seattle Shakespeare

by Kelly Rogers Flynt - April 30, 2023

TWELFTH NIGHT at Seattle Shakespeare is loaded with music, mischief, and magic. With the Bard’s trusty plot devices of mistaken identity and a prank gone awry, the show traipses its way through the lives of the Illyrians on the way to their happy endings. Clever lyrics embellish the story, touch the...

Review: SWEENEY TODD at The 5th Avenue Theatre

by Jay Irwin - April 29, 2023

Dear Readers, I’m baaack! It’s been months since we’ve spoken or even since I’ve been in a theater due to a medical issue that’s kept me homebound. So, one of my favorite shows, Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s bloody masterpiece “Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”, currently playing...

Review: I HATE HAMLET at Phoenix Theatre

by Kelly Rogers Flynt - April 09, 2023

I HATE HAMLET is a delightful romp for Shakespeare aficionados and newbies alike. The witty repartee just keeps coming as playwright Paul Rudnick dishes out great dialogue and some killer one liners. Nothing is funnier than actors making fun of actors, and I HATE HAMLET does it well. Despite its foc...

Review: HAIRSPRAY at Paramount Theater

by Kelly Rogers Flynt - April 05, 2023

HAIRSPRAY is a toe-tapping, dance in your seat, good time show with a message we still need to hear. With an audience who came ready for a party, the show hummed along with enthusiastic support from the crowd. With catchy tunes, over-the-top characters, and energetic dance numbers, HAIRSPRAY is a wh...

Review: 110 IN THE SHADE at Reboot Theatre & Seattle Public Theater

by Kelly Rogers Flynt - April 02, 2023

The theater scene has been as parched as a midwestern prairie waiting for a show like this. And Paris Manzanares is a tall drink of water during a drought. With a magnificent score by composer Harvey Schmidt and lyricist Tom Jones, Reboot Theatre and Seattle Public Theater have found new meaning in ...


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