Seattle Shakespeare theatre’s production of the Bard’s political tragedy follows Julius Caesar’s rise to power, and how his conspirators—Brutus, Cassius and many others—divvy up power in the aftermath of his murder.

When the David Lynch and Mark Frost cult favorite went off the air in 1994, Twin Peaks mega fan Chris Mathews kept the weird alive by staging a live sequel to the series’ disturbing television finale—and it was a hit.

Christopher has an extraordinary brain for a 15-year-old, but behavioral problems (he’s autistic) make it hard for him to deal with the outside world.

If you love dinner theater, here’s a chance to see new and experimental work for less than the price of a regular season ticket.

This Tony award–winning musical introduces protagonist Alison at three different ages as she attempts to solve the eternal mystery of childhood. Source material comes from the best-selling graphic memoir by Alison Bechdel.



The cast of Jet City Improv has perfected the art of performing Shakespeare off-script in this show, for which the same play is never performed twice.

What’s worse: addiction or family? Robert O’Hara’s play poses that question as the siblings of Barbara, the play’s protagonist, stage an intervention in the middle of a local park over barbecue and family tension.

Matthew Lopez’s inventive new comedy is a distant relative of gender-bending classics such as Some Like It Hot, Kinky Boots and Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.

The Village Theatre's largeset fundraiser of the year aims to raise half a million dollars to benefit the Issaquah-based theater's productions and programs.