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March 29 - April 29, times vary

Katie Forgette, a distinguished Seattle Rep actor who reinvented herself as a nationally produced playwright, unveils her latest world-premiere drama, about alcoholism, suicide, imperfect contrition, the ivory-billed woodpecker and faith under pressure.

March 30 - April 30, times vary

Cirque du Soleil brought together 44 performers, combined acrobatics and water with contemporary circus disciplines, and created this poetic ode to the culture of Mexico. 

April 5 - 29, times vary

Two Georgetown galleries, Bridge Productions and Oxbow, present Michelle de la Vega’s video, stilettos fashioned from spun sugar and words in icing answering the question, “What would the world feel like if women didn’t experience violence?” Imagine.

April 6 - May 7, times vary

Want to get ready for the return of Twin Peaks on Showtime May 21? Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) cinema programs manager Lori Donnelly is screening director Lynch’s hits, including short films and the new documentary David Lynch: The Art Life.

April 6 - May 13, times vary

Carrillo meticulously burns an image into a shiny, solid piece of metal using blood, sweat and alchemy.

April 8 - June 2, times vary

The Ninth Annual Study Abroad and International Photography competition showcases the work of students at Seattle University and from around the world. 


April 13 - May 21, times vary

Coco dreams of joining Fire Station 7 but must pass a few tests before she can truly become a fire cat in a rock’n’roll fire safety musical. For ages 4 to adult.



April 13 - May 12, Thursdays and Fridays. 8 PM

It’s billions or bust in this world-premiere improv play that takes a satirical stab at the world of tech.

April 14 - 23, times vary

Pacific Northwest Ballet showcases ballet-inspired choreography that took Broadway hoofing to a whole new level in hits such as Carousel, West Side Story and Slaughter on Tenth Avenue.

April 14 - May 6, times vary

This smart update of the classic story about a girl in a crumbling castle who discovers a magical garden is a musical, with book and lyrics by Pulitzer Prize winner Marsha Norman and tunes by Carly Simon’s sister Lucy Simon.