Learn about Mexican culture through mesmerizing choreography and costumes.
Bailadores de Bronce (Bronze Dancers) is a group that teaches and performs Mexican folkloric dances in the Pacific Northwest. As they enter their 40th year of entertaining our region, the group decided to celebrate by doing what they do best—dance!
A trio of classics from The Bard, presented at the Center House Theatre in 2012.
The Seattle Shakespeare Company will kick off the New Year with three time-honored works from the Bard of Avon: “Coriolanus,” “Romeo and Juliet,” and “As You Like It.“
On Labor Day Weekend, these local music favorites are definite must-sees.
Once again, Bumbershoot is returning to the Seattle Center in 2011. This annual event showcases a wide variety of music, art and comedy, from both locally and nationally-known artists. However, with so many different performances to choose from, how can you know whom to check out? Well, today, my friend, is your lucky day.
Get inked, touched up or just browse at Seattle’s 10th annual expo.
As August greets us with some toasty days (by our standards), get ready to hang up those fleece coats and prepare to show some skin for Seattle’s 10th annual Tattoo Expo.