Let It Burn

With his urgent, assertive new album, Perfume Genius 
parades the modern queer experience through the mainstream. Photo by Steven Miller.

Spiral 1

From Blackwell's solo show 'Infinite Landscapes'

I’ll Go On

Darragh Kennan and Todd Jefferson Moore on tackling Samuel Beckett’s 
'Waiting for Godot.'

The Vaudevillians

The Fall Arts Preview is upon us! Among the many exciting shows on offer this season, Jinkx Monsoon and 
Major Scales are bringing their old-timey pop cabaret back to Seattle.

Through the Wormhole

The Murphy/Lachow Company Turns Family History Inside-Out

Play Me The Music

Why We Should Always Do 'A Chorus Line'

Blood Countess

Beauty and butchery in a play about a female serial killer

More Fall Theatre, Music and Dance Recommendations

Even more recommendations in theatre, music and dance.

Opposing Forces

Choreographer Amy O’Neal and a cast of b-boys examine femininity in a new evening-length work premiering at On the Boards.

Metaphysical Drag

Jody Kuehner pushes Cherdonna Shinatra to a new dimension this fall, as she strikes out on her own in 'The Cherdonna Show: Worth My Salt'

Contemporary Constellation

Velocity Dance Center kicks off the season with an all-star lineup

Jherek Bischoff Walks a Tricky Line

Seattle’s multitalented composer has always blended genres in unexpected and exciting ways. Now he's paring down his orchestral pop and going abstract.

Player for the Ages

In Mozart’s Don Giovanni, a Casanova gets what’s coming to him.

Czech Mates

Dvorák, Morlot and the 
Seattle Symphony

I Dream of Leeni

Prom Queen’s Midnight Veil is a 
candy-colored, audio-visual odyssey.