Broaden your horizons at these performances, plays + beyond.
With the disheartening state of the news cycle and a collective unease we can’t help but deeply feel, we’re looking to be uplifted by positive people doing inspiring things. Namely, we’re diving into a season of celebrating the arts—on stages, screens and shelves around town. (Sports feel like a good escape right now, too!)
Together Live showcases strong women coming together.
If you ask us, we could all use some inspiration right about now. That’s why we’re especially grateful for fearless women who seem to be leading the way—with wisdom, passion, grace and a whole lot of spunk.
We had the opportunity to attend the opening night of Finding Neverland by KeyBank Broadwayat The Paramount Theatre. Going in, even though I knew the story and had seen the movie before, it was much more than I expected! The highlight of the show was the incorporation of comedy and the talent of the four young boys who stole the show! There are a few remaining showtimes, including tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday.
KeyBank Broadway at The Paramount is pleased to announce that FINDING NEVERLAND will play The Paramount Theatre from January 10 – 15, 2017. Based on the Academy Award-winning Miramax motion picture by David Magee, and the play The Man Who Was Peter Pan by Allan Knee, Finding Neverland follows the relationship between playwright J.M. Barrie and the family that inspired Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up – one of the most beloved stories of all time.
Enjoy good tunes + delicious eats, delivered to your door.
We admit we’re all a little on edge about next week’s election (here are some festive spots to watch, by the way!), and the sun seems to have hidden itself yet again. Oy. There’s happy news, though: We’ve gathered a few ideas that promise to boost your spirits and sate your appetite—stat.
Jack Kelly and the boys bring their A game to Seattle for a one week production
When I heard the NEWSIES production was making a stop in Seattle, I nearly shit the bed. Arguably the only early 90s musical worth watching outside of the Disney Renaissance, this was the kitchy soundtrack of my childhood (next to Big Willie Style and Killing Me Softly of course). I’m