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In 2015, Mohegan theater-maker Madeline Sayet travels to England to pursue a PhD in Shakespeare.
Madeline finds a country that refuses to acknowledge its ongoing role in colonialism, just as the Brexit vote threatens to further disengage the UK from the wider world. In this intimate and exhilarating solo piece, Madeline echoes a journey to England braved by Native ancestors in the 1700s following treatise betrayals – and forces us to consider what it means to belong in an increasingly globalized world.
Same Day Events Showing Events on October 02, 2022
Scale the tower’s 832 open-air stairs and take in incredible views of downtown Seattle, Mt. Rainier, and the Puget Sound region’s surrounding beauty as you ascend to the top of Seattle’s most iconic landmark.
Four temporary Art Installations throughout campus.
View thousands of models created by adult LEGO® Hobbyists from around the nation!
Seattle Center Festál presents CroatiaFest in partnership with CroatiaFest. The festival, held annually on the first Sunday of October, features music, dance, authentic Croatian cuisine, crafts for kids, a marketplace, genealogy and informative lectures and craft demonstrations.
Experience the unmatched energy of this PNB fan-favorite extravaganza, complimented by the joyous, pure dance spectacle of George Balanchine's Allegro Brillante, an early PNB Balanchine acquisition, and a world premiere by Alexei Ratmansky (Don Quixote, Pictures at an Exhibition).
For 30 years, President Trujillo’s iron fist of authoritarianism tightened around the throat of the Dominican Republic. But the people would not be crushed, they would not be silenced. As the revolution grew, so too did our butterflies—the Mirabal sisters.
Alt rock duo The Black Keys return to the Pacific Northwest in the band’s first string of shows since touring in support of their 2019 studio album “Let’s Rock”.
In this hilarious, hopeful, and achingly human new play, actor Cassie Beck resurrects Schreck's teenage self in order to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives.