Fall Arts 2016

The theatre, music and dance making this performance season so explosive.
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The New Hustle

With a landmark collaboration, Dave B and Sango forge the future of Seattle hip-hop.

Cuba Libre

What can Cuba teach the U.S. about liberation? About freedom? About community? Artist, musician and activist Shontina Vernon set out to explore these questions in August during a trip to Cuba with 11 other Seattleites.
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Beauty in Motion

The SODO Track project transforms a two-mile corridor of South Seattle with vibrant street art.
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Make Music, Get Paid

Gyld champions indie artists online.
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Permeable Laboratory

New art and technology festival aspires to change how people think.
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Celebration 
by Design

The Seattle Design Festival returns.
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Lite-Brite

'Lusio: A Night to Awaken' lit up Volunteer Park.
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Surround Yourself

Out of Sight served up a smashing Northwest-focused alternative to Seattle Art Fair.
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It Burns

That nude Trump on the corner of 11th and E. Pike.
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Swimming Upstream

DIY lifer Meli Darby steps into 
her biggest role yet.
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Taste Test with Elvia Carreon

Stylist Elvia Carreon doesn't do what most of society does.
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Wedding Band

An interracial relationship in the Jim Crow South
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A Tale for the Time Being

Book-It adapts a novel brimming with culture and questioning.
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Bad Apples

A rock musical mines the moral complexities of the Abu Ghraib prison scandal.
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Man of 
La Mancha

Allison Narver combines epic political theatre and comic opera in a contemporary take on a classic story.
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The Big Meal

New Century Theatre Company presents a family story stretching generations.
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The Royale

ACT presents the Seattle premiere of Marco Ramirez’s hit play about a Black boxing champ in 1905 America.
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More Picks in Theatre

Eight more great stage offerings this season.
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Clear and Sweet

Ballet-inspired movement meets Southern Baptist choral singing.
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More Picks in Dance

Three more can't-miss dance works.
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Emerald 
City Music

A new series keeps chamber music young and casual.
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More Picks in Music

Three more spectacular shows to check out this fall.