Fresh ideas, original voices and brand-new, boundary-stretching work: This season on Seattle stages is all about innovation. Here are 29 performances you shouldn’t miss.
A Dance for Dark Horses
Choreographer Kim Lusk’s delightful, demanding full-length debut.
A world-premiere composition from Pulitzer-winner John Luther Adams.
Patti & the Kid
Frank Boyd, Libby King and Maya Flory-Barnes Salas’ American experiment
Scotto Moore and Eddie DeHais craft an a cappella sci-fi musical.
Choreographer Dani Tirrell searches for healing.
Brandon J. Simmons directs a provocative Seattle premiere.
Site-specific Shakespeare at Stimson-Green Mansion
On Loving the Muse and Family
Evan Flory-Barnes re-tunes the late-night variety show
On a soccer team of teenage girls
More in Theater
More in Classical
More in Dance