Theater

Winner of the 2016 Tony Award
 for Best Play and part of the official Broadway national tour, The Humans 
is Stephen Karam’s hysterical, heartbreaking take on our modern age of anxiety, its story transpiring during Thanksgiving dinner in a humble

Timeless stories are often imitated: Such is the case with Nikolai Gogol’s 1836 satirical play about corrupt small-town officials who mistakenly think that an inventive clerk is really an undercover inspector.

Adapted from the 1992 animated Disney musical, this touring Broadway show builds upon the original with new characters, songs and lyrics conceived by a team of Broadway veterans, including Tony and Academy Award winner Alan Menken (Newsies), legen

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This adaptation of William Shakespeare’s rarely performed political tragedy flips the script with an impressive all-female cast headed by critically acclaimed British actress Nike Imoru (Z Nation, BBC4, Royal National Theatre) in the title role an

This west coast-premiere at The Rep promises to breathe new life into a classic love story while keeping the era’s extravagant Regency-era costumes intact.

Gioachino Rossini’s iconic opera returns to McCaw Hall, and is directed by the renowned Lindy Hume.

Race, gender and class all figure into Intiman’s season

A public theater project at the Rep presents Homer’s epic poem seattle repertory theatre has produced collaborations with everyone from Lily Tomlin to David Byrne.

San Francisco playwright Lauren Yee has said that this play is a loosely autobiographical tale of her relationship with her father (so it’s no coincidence the play’s protagonist shares her name).

The hills are alive with the sounds of “Edelweiss” “Do-Re-Mi” and “My Favorite Things” in Tony Award–winning director Jack O’Brien’s touring production, which began in 2015 and has drawn accolades for its fresh take on a familiar story (especially