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!)

We had the opportunity to attend the opening night of Finding Neverland by KeyBank Broadway at 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. 

Jack Kelly and the boys bring their A game to Seattle for a one week production

Disney's NEWSIES North American Tour original company. Photo by Deen van Meer.
The tour of Disney’s NEWSIES North American Tour original company. Photo by Deen van Meer.

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

Watch the Stars Align With Hiphop Violinist Lindsey Stirling at the Paramount

Lindsey Stirling

Who: Dubstep ballerina. Classically trained violinist. Mormon comedian. All of these traits encompass the talented Lindsey Stirling, and combined are the very reason she has become the sensation she is today.  Stirling’s stardom began when she was voted off America’s Got Talent back in 2010, where she was told the world has no place for a poppy dancing violinist. Stirling has since squashed that statement, and entered a realm of music all her own, combining big electro beats and womp womps we tend to associate in dubstep with the soothing classical violin.  It’s not everyday a girl from a little town in Arizona sells out shows all over the