No matter how you feel about the season ahead, these upcoming November and December weeks provide plenty of excuses to happily cozy up indoors—or to get out into that fresh PNW air—with those you love most.
Upcoming not-to-be-missed concerts and plays.
In this manic season when the weather can’t seem to make up its mind, we’re here to help you make up your mind about one important thing: How to explore Seattle’s thriving arts scene. If you ask us, it seems like the perfect month to hunker down indoors and book the calendar silly with inspired and inspiring onstage happenings.
If you’ve been on the prowl for a fun date night, or evening out with the ladies, Teatro Zinzanni offers a spiced up rendition of dinner theater unlike anything I’ve ever experienced. In production since 1998, guests will get cozy with fellow diners seated around a booth family style, and expect surprisingly satisfying cocktails and dishes throughout the three hour evening, paired with the Teatro cast carefully crafting a tale filled with many laughs, cirque trapeze acts, festive cabaret,
A dazzling night of blues & gospel music: “From Saint to Sinner in One Night”
Legendary Jazz vocalist, Francine Reed, will join Seattle’s only, Total Experience Gospel Choir, and others at the Teatro ZinZanni dinner theater. But this time they’re doing it light. “From Saint to Sinner in One Night” is not a five-course
A night of circus-inspired creativity, courtesy of Seattle’s most eccentric dining spot.
Art aficionados, circus fiends and fans of the bizarre — there’s a circus in town you won’t want to miss. A world-renowned dinner theater venue that has delighted audiences for decades, Teatro ZinZanni will be bustling with excitement
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When you walk into Teatro ZinZanni, part circus, part dinner theatre, you are greeted by brightly colored cabaret performers and a 5-course meal.