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Through September 10, times vary

How Seattle became one of America’s best places to eat is explored in this exhibit curated by double James Beard Award–winning writer Rebekah Denn. 

March 2 - 25, times vary

Annie Desmond’s friends help her celebrate her 16th birthday and a new tattoo, and then make a life-altering pact with her in this Obie Award–winning drama with distinctively funny, rapid-fire dialogue. 

March 2 - 30, 6 - 8 PM

Deanne Belinoff’s abstract drawings and paintings are inspired by infinity, gravity, time and the artist’s personal relationship with the cosmos. Opening 3/2. 

March 3 - 26, times vary

In Nina Raine’s play, winner of two of England’s most illustrious honors, the Laurence Olivier Award and the Evening Standard Theatre Award, Billy, born deaf into a hearing family, meets a young woman on the brink of deafness. 

March 11 - 25, times vary

The big idea of this festival is time: Each performative artwork lasts for somewhere between one and 48 hours. 

March 17 - 26, times vary

Pacific Northwest Ballet presents Jessica Lang’s Her Door to the Sky, inspired by the landscapes of Georgia O’Keeffe; William Forsythe’s inspirational collection of duets; and David Dawson’s (A Million Kisses to My Skin) Empire Noir, created last year for the Dutch National Ballet.

March 17 - April 15, times vary

In Sarah Burgess’ dark comedy about high finance, partners try to keep their morals clean while getting filthy rich. 

March 19 - 25, times vary

Two kids lost in a magical forest filled with edible candy houses meet the kind owner, who doubles as a witch in her off hours, in this Pacific Northwest Ballet program.

March 23 - April 16

A one-woman show about a fledgling garden that brings positive change to an immigrant neighborhood, adapted from the children’s book by Paul Fleischman. For ages 8 and older. 

March 25 - June 11, times vary

A 90-minute musical-comedy whodunit with two actors, one who plays all the suspects in a crime, and one who solves it. And both play piano. A coproduction with The 5th Avenue Theatre, presented onstage at ACT.