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Date
Saturday, November 05, 2022
Time
1:00 p.m.
Place
Charlotte Martin Theatre (SEATTLE CHILDRENS THEATRE)
Cost
Admission Fee

Set in the heart of Seattle’s Central District to the rhythms that shaped a generation, The Boy Who Kissed the Sky, is inspired by the early life and influences of Seattle native and musical icon Jimi Hendrix. The early era of rock ‘n roll music sets the stage as a young Black boy conjures his creativity as a budding guitarist. Guided by the spirit of music itself, the boy learns to find harmony inside the challenging noises of his life. Told with vibrant music and daring imagination, this play inspires us to dream big when it matters most.

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A Seattle History Worth Preserving: Buffalo Soldiers Exhibit

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The Vera Project Classes: Intro to Concert Lighting

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Short Run comix & arts festival

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The Vera Project Classes: Basics of Live Sound

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The Boy Who Kissed the Sky

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Set in the heart of Seattle’s Central District to the rhythms that shaped a generation, The Boy Who Kissed the Sky, is inspired by the early life and influences of Seattle native and musical icon Jimi Hendrix.
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The Seasons' Canon

Admission Fee
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Admission Fee
Directed by ACT Artistic Director John Langs, and featuring Reginald André Jackson and Alexandra Tavares, Macbeth examines how devotion and pride can quickly turn into vanity and murder.
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Post Malone: Twelve Carat Tour

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