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Masterworks Season: Shostakovich's Leningrad Symphony Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/18/2015
Keyword: Music Region: Downtown

Masterworks Season Presents Shostakovich's Leningrad Symphony featuring Andrey Boreyko, conductor with Alexander Velinzon, violin.

Benaroya Hall Music Center
200 University Street
Seattle 98111
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Lyon Opera Ballet Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/18/2015
Keyword: Dance Region: University District

One of the world's leading contemporary dance companies, the Lyon Opera Ballet is renowned for its vast repertory of work by emerging and established choreographers. The company has acquired and commissioned ballets by a wide range of international dance makers including Jiri Kilian, Nils Christe, Nacho Duato, Trisha Brown, Ralph Lemon, and Bill T. Jones, among others.

Meany Hall for the Performing Arts
4001 15th Avenue Northeast
Seattle 98105
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Art In Motion: The Evolution of Board Culture Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/19/2015
Keyword: Museums Region: International District

Features contemporary APA artists who have roots in the surfing, skateboarding, and snowboarding communities, and continue to be influenced by board culture as they explore their own identities. This exhibition examines how these artists channel their evolving creative energies through new and diverse pursuits. The artists display work that includes laser-cut bamboo and Plexiglas sculptures, a quarter pipe installation, murals, photography, and boarding artifacts.

Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
719 South King Street
Seattle 98104
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Goodnight Moon Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/19/2015
Keyword: Theatre Region: Queen Anne / Seattle Center

Goodnight Moon has been cherished by generations for over 40 years, and Seattle Children's Theatre's lively musical production has been popular all over the country since the world premiere in 2007. Now they're bringing this signature piece home again so a new group of children and families can enjoy the surprise and delight of Bunny's imaginative detours on the way to dreamland. In this intimate production, everyone will revel with Bunny in the fun of jumping cows, dancing bears and a room that springs to life. Goodnight Moon is a truly timeless theatre experience the whole family can enjoy.

Seattle Children's Theatre
201 Thomas Street
Seattle 98109
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Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat
Now through 4/19/2015
Keyword: Theatre Region: Bellevue / Eastside

From the moment his tall, red-and-white-striped hat appears around the door, Sally and her brother know that The Cat in the Hat is the funniest, most mischievous cat they have ever met. With the trickiest of tricks and craziest of ideas, he is certainly fun to play with. And he turns a rainy afternoon into an amazing adventure. But what will mum find when she gets home...?

SecondStory Repertory
16587 Northeast 74th Street Redmond Town Center
Redmond 98052
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Whirligig Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/19/2015
Keyword: Festivals & Special Events Region: Queen Anne / Seattle Center

Step inside the renovated Seattle Center Armory, transformed into a colorful hub of lively child-sized entertainment, and you'll find balloon artists, face painters and caricaturists. Add an assortment of Student Showcases and delicious foods from new Armory eateries, and you'll have enough free and affordable activities to provide non-stop FUN. Suitable for children 12 and under. A Toddler Zone is also available.

Seattle Center
305 Harrison Street
Seattle 98109
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Langston Hughes African American Film Festival
Now through 4/19/2015
Keyword: Film & Media Arts, Festivals & Special Events Region: Capitol Hill / Central District

Now in its 12th year, the festival has grown to 8 days and includes collaborative ventures, youth workshops, and audience talk-backs with filmmakers, industry professionals and community leaders with matinee screenings for middle/high school youth. The Festival also features panel discussions, a filmmakers brunch with the community at large and a filmmakers-only round-table. The Langston Hughes African American Film Festival (LHAAFF) is a cornerstone program of Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute(LHPAI.)

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
104 17th Avenue South
Seattle 98144
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Complex Movements
Now through 4/19/2015
Keyword: Theatre Region: Queen Anne / Seattle Center

This groundbreaking Detroit collective is changing the face of art in the 21st century. Complex Movements is a group of self-described sci-fi hip hop technological geeks with a passion for social change. Performances incorporating music, video projection, interactive technology and audience participation/power take place in a "pod" built on the OtB stage.

On The Boards
100 West Roy Street
Seattle 98109
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WAR
Now through 4/19/2015
Keyword: Music Region: Downtown

The Pacific Jazz Institute at Dimitiriou's Jazz Alley welcomes legendary funk and R&B hit makers WAR for four nights and five shows. Band members are Lonnie Jordan (keys/lead vocals), Stuart Ziff (guitar), Francisco Tomaselli (bass), Savid Urquidi (sax), Stanley Behrens (harp), and Marcos Reyes (percussion).

Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
2033 Sixth Avenue
Seattle 98121
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Pop Conference 2015 Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/19/2015
Keyword: Music, Festivals & Special Events, Museums, Readings & Lectures Region: Queen Anne / Seattle Center

Held yearly since 2002, the Pop Conference provides a rare opportunity for music fans and scholars to join in a collective discussion on an array of issues in pop music through panels, presentations, and roundtable discussions.

EMP Museum
325 Fifth Avenue North
Seattle 98109
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Warner Sallman: Master Painter Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/21/2015
Keyword: Museums Region: Fremont / Ballard

The son of Nordic immigrants, Chicago-born painter Warner Sallman (1892-1968) has been cited by the New York Times as one of the most recognized artists of the 20th century. Sallman's most popular and iconic image, Head of Christ, has been reproduced over 1 billion times. This year marks the 75th anniversary of this iconic painting. A selection of Sallman's works, both Christian and secular, will be on display at the Nordic Heritage Museum.

Nordic Heritage Museum
3014 Northwest 67th Street
Seattle 98117
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Ernest Oglby Punkweiler and the Fabulous-Miraculous Time Intrusionator Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/22/2015
Keyword: Museums Region: Greater Seattle Region: South

Enter the fabulous-miraculous world of Ernest Oglby Punkweiler and journey to unexpected places in time. Enter through the Teapot Curiosity Shop, the tiny-but-extraordinary empire of The Keeper. Based on a children's story of the same name, this exhibit allows you to explore along with young Ernest and "intrusionate" in time.

Washington State History Museum
1911 Pacific Avenue
Tacoma 98402
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Middle Fork
Now through 4/25/2015
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Downtown

MadArt Space welcomes the newest sculpture by local artist John Grade. After spending several weeks on site in the woods of North Bend, John transported plaster molds of a live 140 year-old Hemlock tree into the new large-scale artists' studio at 325 Westlake for further transformation. The intricate wood structure being built around the casts is made from salvaged old-growth cedar bonded with waterproof glue. The finished piece will be displayed at MadArt Space before traveling to art fairs and museums, including the Smithsonian's Renwick Gallery. After the sculpture has been exhibited it will be placed at the foot of the tree from which it was cast, gradually mossing over and degrading into the forest floor.

MadArt Space
325 Westlake Avenue North, #101
Seattle 98109
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The Best of Enemies
Now through 4/25/2015
Keyword: Theatre Region: North Seattle

Is it possible for sworn enemies to find common ground in solving the world's problems? In 1971 the schools of Durham, North Carolina were racially segregated and hatred between a Ku Klux Klan member and a Civil Rights activist was strong enough for murder. Forced to meet face-to-face and negotiate to break a community's stalemate, the result was nothing short of a miracle. This remarkable and true story shines a spotlight on the redemption possible when we open our eyes to the humanity of one another, forgive past transgressions, and work together to change the future.

Taproot Theatre
204 North 85th Street
Seattle 98103
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Ann Hamilton: the common SENSE Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/26/2015
Keyword: Museums Region: University District

A museum-wide exhibition of newly commissioned works by the internationally renowned artist. Using materials and representations of animals gathered from University of Washington collections, Hamilton has created a set of poetic relationships that invite us to consider the closeness, the distance, and the interdependence between human and non-human animals.

Henry Art Gallery
4100 15th Avenue Northeast
Seattle 98195
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Rodrigo Valenzuela: Future Ruins Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/26/2015
Keyword: Museums Region: Capitol Hill / Central District

Rodrigo Valenzuela is a Seattle-based artist and the winner of the 2013 Stranger Genius Award in visual art. Although he has exhibited widely in the United States, Valenzuela's exhibition at the Frye Art Museum is his first solo museum exhibition and the first large-scale presentation of his work in Seattle. It features two works created especially for the exhibition, a large-scale architectural installation titled Hedonic Reversal and a three-channel video projection, El Sisifo, which is based on the myth of Sisyphus.

Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Avenue
Seattle 98104
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No Way To Treat A Lady Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/26/2015
Keyword: Theatre Region: Greater Seattle Region: East

This theatrically charged musical comedy thriller about a publicity-crazed actor turned serial-killer is based on the best-selling novel that became a renowned movie. A Village Original from 1990, this hilarious musical saw great success off-Broadway in 1996 and is returning to Village Theatre for a fresh, all-new production. With a devilish blend of humor, romance, and murder, No Way To Treat A Lady is an exciting cat-and-mouse game complete with a befuddled detectives, meddling mothers, and glamorous socialites.

Francis J. Gaudette Theatre
303 Front Street North
Issaquah 98027
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Lizard Boy Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/26/2015
Keyword: Theatre Region: Queen Anne / Seattle Center

From the ashes of Mount St. Helens emerged a monster with mysterious powers - powers that changed one boy's life forever. Superhero or freak? Not even he was sure until one fated night of adventure, music and love on the streets of Seattle. Expect the unexpected in the world premiere of this original rock musical, performed in the Leo K Theatre.

Seattle Repertory Theatre
155 Mercer Street
Seattle 98109
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Valerie Collymore
Now through 4/26/2015
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Queen Anne / Seattle Center

Valerie returned to Nice in late August of 2014 to visit friends and places she knew as an American child growing up in France. Using a painterly, impressionist style, she strives to convey "healing and optimism, simplicity and the beauty and glory of the landscape."

Fountainhead Gallery
625 West McGraw Street
Seattle 98119
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Fail Better: Beckett Moves UMO Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/26/2015
Keyword: Theatre Region: Downtown

With its rich history of clowning, storytelling, and breathtaking physical skill, UMO Ensemble returns to ACT with their exploration of playwright Samuel Beckett's essential themes. Through the lens of movement and sound, UMO grapples with the existential questions of life, love, action and inaction, and simple tasks, fulfilled or unfulfilled, with intensely deep ponderings and enormous humor. Program contains adult themes.

ACT Theatre
700 Union Street
Seattle 98101
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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Now through 4/26/2015
Keyword: Theatre Region: North Seattle

Travel to ancient Rome and experience the zany antics of Pseudolus, a slave on a quest for freedom.

Seattle Musical Theatre
Building #47, Magnuson Park 7400 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle 98115
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Geology of our National Parks Visit Seattle Partner!
Now through 4/28/2015
Keyword: Museums, Readings & Lectures Region: University District

North America's National Parks are some of the world's most scenically spectacular places. They are also extraordinary laboratories in which to explore and discover virtually all things geological. This 4-week lecture series, presented on Tuesday evenings, highlights some of the very best geological stories within America's parks, focusing on the American West -- from Yellowstone, Glacier, and the Tetons in the Rockies to the wonders of the Colorado Plateau in Zion, Arches, Canyonlands, Petrified Forest, and the Grand Canyon. Of course, no discussion of America's parks would be complete without spending some time exploring our northwestern gems -- Mount Rainier, Olympic, the North Cascades, and Crater Lake. And if time permits, they might even wander eastward to Acadia in Maine, Shenandoah in Virginia, and the Great Smokies in Tennessee.

Burke Museum
1701 45th Avenue Northeast
Seattle 98195
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Driven to Abstraction
Now through 4/30/2015
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Downtown

Northwest Woodworkers Gallery is pleased to present an ongoing exhibition, Driven to Abstraction by fine artist Yvette Neumann whose paintings incorporate aspects of surreal, figurative, and abstract art styles in works of contemporary modern art. This Pacific Northwest artist has created an exclusive collection of work to represent the region and blend with our artisan furniture. Drawing inspiration from daily life, objects or moods Neumann's abstract painting invites an individual's response.

Northwest Woodworkers Gallery
2111 1st Avenue
Seattle 98121
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Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
Now through 4/30/2015
Keyword: Festivals & Special Events Region: Greater Seattle Region: North

Blooms, blooms, blooms! One of the destination events for the Pacific Northwest. Every spring hundreds of thousands of people come to enjoy the celebration of spring as millions of tulips burst into bloom.

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
311 Kincaid Street
Mount Vernon 98273
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Outside Looking In
Now through 5/2/2015
Keyword: Visual Arts & Galleries Region: Pioneer Square

Gallery 110 is proud to exhibit an array of members' works curated by the gallery's founder, George Brandt. As a collective, Gallery 110 opened in 2002 under Brandt, with the mission to provide exhibition opportunities for Seattle's emerging artists who had yet to secure gallery representation. Brandt led the gallery during these early years as its Art Director. After his departure in 2007, the gallery's members have rotated over the years, working on many collaborative and solo projects in the conceptual framework that Brandt crafted.

Gallery 110
110 South Washington Street
Seattle 98104
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