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28 Seattle Events during the PACT Conference



Dance



Downtown

Savion Glover Classical Savion
Moore Theatre

With his dazzling rat-a-tat feet, Mr. Glover’s moves are the essence of urban tap. Yet this is a new-style Savion — Classical Savion. Think you’ve heard Vivaldi's Four Seasons? Not if you haven’t heard it tapped out through the metal-clad soles of this maestro.

Tickets: Online, The Paramount Theatre Box Office (Monday-Friday, 10:00am-6:00pm), (206) 292-ARTS and Will Call.


To Be Announced
09/16/2006 through 09/17/2006
Admission: To Be Announced
Moore Theatre
1932 2nd Avenue, Seattle
(206) 467-5510
soldout@themoore.com
www.themoore.com
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member

Festivals/Special Events



Downtown

Summer Saturdays for the Soul
Pike Place Market

Guests start the day at the market with Chef Sear as he visits vendors and gives insider tips on what to look for and how to pick the freshest seasonal ingredients. After the walking tour, Sear invites his guests back to Cascadia Restaurant for a question-and-answer session, and a cooking demonstration. A three-course lunch follows, using ingredients seen hours before, with a wine pairing to complement the meal.

Helpful Information: No program on July 22nd, August 12th, August 19th, September 2nd, or September 9th.


Saturday 11:00am
07/08/2006 through 09/16/2006
Admission: $75/Each
Pike Place Market
85 Pike Street, Seattle
(206) 682-7453
information@pikeplacemarket.org
www.pikeplacemarket.org/
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member

Museums



Downtown

Frye Art Museum
From nineteenth-century European paintings to cutting-edge contemporary art in diverse mediums, the Frye's collections and exhibitions provide a truly distinctive exploration of representational art in an intimate and innovatively designed setting. The Frye Art Museum engages audiences, challenges perceptions, and encourages dialogue about representational art in all its complexities, past and present. Admission to the museum is free to the public.

Museum Hours: Open until 8:00pm on Thursdays. Closed Monday, New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Helpful Information: Group tours are available with advance reservations. Museum is wheelchair accessible. Call ahead for special needs. Free parking is available across the street. Museum Cafe‚ is open Tuesday-Saturday 11:00am-4:00pm and Sunday Noon-4:00pm.


Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm, Thursday 10:00am-8:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm
Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Avenue, Seattle
(206) 622-9250
FryeArt@aol.com
www.fryeart.org
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



Henry Darger: Highlights from the American Folk Art Museum
Frye Art Museum

Henry Darger (1892-1973), a self-taught, reclusive artist from Chicago, created an imaginary world through extensive writings, paintings, and drawings. When the artist was approximately nineteen years old, he began writing In the Realms of the Unreal, a 15,000-page epic of war and peace and good against evil that is both whimsical and sinister. Darger produced several hundred paintings, almost all in watercolor and many incorporating collage. This traveling exhibition includes finished illustrations and studies and sketches for In the Realms of the Unreal, as well as archival material—newspaper and magazine clippings, comic books, cartoons, children’s books, and coloring books— that served as sources for Darger’s epic saga.

Museum Hours: Open until 8:00pm on Thursdays. Closed Mondays, New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Helpful Information: Group tours are available with advance reservations. Museum is wheelchair accessible. Call ahead for special needs. Free parking is available across the street. Museum Cafe is open Tuesday-Saturday 11:00am-4:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm-4:00pm.


Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm, Thursday 10:00am-8:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm
08/19/2006 through 10/29/2006
Admission: Free Admission and free parking is available
Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Avenue, Seattle
(206) 622-9250
FryeArt@aol.com
www.fryeart.org
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



Little Women, Little Men: Folk Art Portraits of Children from the Fenimore Art Museum
Frye Art Museum

Little Women, Little Men features paintings of children by itinerant nineteenth-century American portrait artists, including Ammi Phillips, Erastus Salisbury Field, Joseph Whiting Stock, and William Matthew Prior. During the nineteenth century, itinerant portrait painters, frequently known as “limners,” traveled the northeast United States in search of commissions. Many of these artists had little formal training and the bold patterns and flat colors of their portraits recall such utilitarian art as shop signs and banners. Demand for these paintings increased as the middle classes prospered, and children were among the limners’ most frequent subjects. Parents commissioned them to record a family’s hope for the future or memorialize children who had died. Children were often represented with a pet or a favorite toy, making clear the difference between a masculine public sphere and feminine domestic sphere: boys are often shown with whips and tools, girls with dolls and flowers.

Museum Hours: Open until 8:00pm on Thursdays. Closed Mondays, New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Helpful Information: Group tours are available with advance reservations. Museum is wheelchair accessible. Call ahead for special needs. Free parking is available across the street. Museum Cafe is open Tuesday-Saturday 11:00am-4:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm-4:00pm.


Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm, Thursday 10:00am-8:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm
09/22/2006 through 02/04/2007
Admission: Free Admission and free parking is available
Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Avenue, Seattle
(206) 622-9250
FryeArt@aol.com
www.fryeart.org
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



Odyssey Maritime Discovery Center
Odyssey Maritime Discovery Center focuses on the impact local waters have on Seattle. With more than 40 exhibits, you will learn about such things as how vessels use navigation and communications equipment; how the Sound is shared for recreational and commercial use; how fish are caught, processed, and sold; how goods and products are packed, moved, and shipped; environmental protection and more.

Features: Three main galleries that feature 40 high tech exhibits, hands-on experiences for kids and educational programs.

Helpful Information: Closed Sundays and Mondays from Oct through May and closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day and President's Day. The center is open Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day.


Tuesday-Thursday 10:00am-3:00pm, Friday 10:00am-4:00pm, Saturday 11:00am-5:00pm
Odyssey Maritime Discovery Center
2205 Alaskan Way Pier 66, Seattle
(206) 374-4000
info@ody.org
www.ody.org
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



Spectatorship and Desire: Loss
Frye Art Museum

Since the Frye Art Museum opened its doors to the public in 1952, certain paintings have become beloved favorites. Museum visitors return again and again to view these works of art. What happens in the absence of a favorite painting? Does absence make the heart grow fonder, or with art, is it a case of “out of sight, out of mind?” Does one remember a beloved favorite, or do new desires arise? In Loss, viewers are invited to remember, in writing, some of the most popular paintings from the Collection, now dramatically removed from the galleries.

Museum Hours: Open until 8:00pm on Thursdays. Closed Mondays, New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Helpful Information: Group tours are available with advance reservations. Museum is wheelchair accessible. Call ahead for special needs. Free parking is available across the street. Museum Cafe is open Tuesday-Saturday 11:00am-4:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm-4:00pm.


Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm, Thursday 10:00am-8:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm
03/04/2006 through 03/04/2007
Admission: Free Admission and free parking is available
Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Avenue, Seattle
(206) 622-9250
FryeArt@aol.com
www.fryeart.org
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



Spectatorship and Desire: Love
Frye Art Museum

What does it mean to love a painting and just what is the painting one loves? If two of us love the same painting, say Alexander Koester’s Moulting Ducks (c. 1920s), long a favorite of Frye visitors, are we experiencing the same work of art? Love explores the idea that a favorite painting is as much a construction of memory and desire, as it is a response to the direct encounter between viewing subject and viewed art object. Love juxtaposes written viewer remembrances from Loss with favorite paintings from the Collection, now returned to the galleries in fresh positions.

Museum Hours: Open until 8:00pm on Thursdays. Closed Mondays, New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Helpful Information: Group tours are available with advance reservations. Museum is wheelchair accessible. Call ahead for special needs. Free parking is available across the street. Museum Cafe is open Tuesday-Saturday 11:00am-4:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm-4:00pm.


Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm, Thursday 10:00am-8:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm
07/01/2006 through 03/04/2007
Admission: Free Admission and free parking is available
Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Avenue, Seattle
(206) 622-9250
FryeArt@aol.com
www.fryeart.org
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



Trimpin: Klompen and Selected Scores
Frye Art Museum

This summer, the Frye presents the sound sculpture of Seattle-based artist Trimpin, as part of a two-year, state-wide retrospective of this celebrated artist’s work. Comprising 120 Dutch wooden clogs connected by concealed wires to a computer and suspended from the ceiling, Klompen is one of Trimpin’s most legendary sound installations. It is a delightful tour de force of the artist’s attention to sight, sound, and movement. The Frye’s Klompen installation will include an educational display of the sculpture’s intricate components. Also exhibited will be several of Trimpin’s scores for sculptures and performances, which employ the artist’s unique notation system.

Museum Hours: Open until 8:00pm on Thursdays. Closed Mondays, New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Helpful Information: Group tours are available with advance reservations. Museum is wheelchair accessible. Call ahead for special needs. Free parking is available across the street. Museum Café is open Tuesday-Saturday 11:00am - 4:00pm, Sunday 12noon to 4:00pm.


Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm, Thursday 10:00am to 8:00pm, Sunday Noon-5:00pm
07/14/2006 through 01/21/2007
Admission: Free Admission and free parking is available
Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Avenue, Seattle
(206) 622-9250
FryeArt@aol.com
www.fryeart.org
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



Center for Wooden Boats
The Center for Wooden Boats is a hands-on maritime museum which offers an opportunity to experience the dimensions of an earlier time, to put your hands on the oars of a graceful pulling boat or the tiller of a traditional wooden catboat. With help from master craftsmen, you can learn to make an oak frame, cast an oarlock, sew a canvas ditty bag, splice a line or caulk a seam. The Center's purpose is to preserve the rich, vital and varied small craft heritage by preserving both the artifacts and the time-tested maritime skills. Their aim is to provide an educational adventure, through participation, in small craft heritage.

Helpful Information: Free classic boat rides every Sunday 2:00pm-3:00pm.


Sundays-Saturdays 11:00am-7:00pm
Center for Wooden Boats
1010 Valley Street, Seattle
(206) 382-2628
cwb@cwb.org
www.cwb.org



Seattle Art Museum **Temporarily Closed**
*****Temporary Closure of downtown location until Spring 2007 for expansion & renovation. Please see special exhibit schedule at Seattle Asian Art Museum on Capitol Hill. *****

The Seattle Art Museum is the Pacific Northwest's premier art museum. With an impressive collection of thousands of objects, from old master paintings to African masks to contemporary Northwest art, SAM offers exciting artistic experiences for visitors of all ages, including changing exhibitions, free gallery tours, lectures, the Museum Store, and the Museum Cafe.


Tuesday - Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm, Thursday until 9:00pm.
Admission: $7/Adults, $5/Seniors & Students. Free/Members & Children under 12 accompanied by an adult.
Seattle Art Museum **Temporarily Closed**
100 University St, Seattle
(206) 654-3100
webmaster@seattleartmuseum.org
www.seattleartmuseum.org



Seattle Veterans Museum
Seattle Veterans Museum displays not only the uniforms, gear and weapons of over 225 years of military history, but also the personal stories of the soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines that used them. Some veterans did not have the opportunity to return to civilian life and reminisce about their military days. They will remain fresh-faced eighteen or twenty-year-olds for eternity.

Location: 2nd Avenue between Union and University Street (west side of Benaroya Hall) in downtown Seattle. This is the location of the Remembrance Garden, a beautiful granite wall memorial completed in 1998 which lists all Washington State service members killed during wartime since 1940.

Helpful Information: The Museum is also open President's Day weekend, Memorial Day weekend, 4th of July, Sept. 11th, Veteran's Day (Nov. 11th), and Dec. 7th and also by appointment for groups.


Friday-Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm
Seattle Veterans Museum
200 University Street, Seattle
(425) 821-0489
info@seattleveteransmuseum.org
www.seattleveteransmuseum.org

Music



Downtown

Glorious Gershwin
Seattle Symphony

Rudi Schlegel, conductor. Stewart Goodyear, piano. The program includes: Gershwin: Cuban Overture, An American in Paris, and Rhapsody in Blue.

Tickets: Seattle Symphony Ticket Office in Benaroya Hall at 3rd Avenue & Union Street, by phone at (206) 215-4747, fax at (206) 215-4748, online at www.seattlesymphony.org or Ticketmaster.


Thursday 7:30pm, Friday-Saturday 8:00pm, Saturday-Sunday 2:00pm
09/21/2006 through 09/24/2006
Admission: To Be Announced
Presented at: BH Music Center (Benaroya Hall)
200 University St, Seattle
(206) 215-4800
info@seattlesymphony.org
www.seattlesymphony.org
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



Opening Night Concert & Gala with Lang Lang
Seattle Symphony

Gerard Schwarz, conductor. Lang Lang, piano. The program includes: Rossini: William Tell Overture, Rachmaninov: Thapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Verd: Triumphal March and Ballet from Aida, and Respighi: The Pines of Rome.

Tickets: Seattle Symphony Ticket Office in Benaroya Hall at 3rd Avenue & Union Street, by phone at (206) 215-4747, fax at (206) 215-4748, online at www.seattlesymphony.org or Ticketmaster.


Saturday 7:00pm
09/16/2006
Admission: To Be Announced
Presented at: BH Music Center (Benaroya Hall)
200 University St, Seattle
(206) 215-4800
info@seattlesymphony.org
www.seattlesymphony.org
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



The Triple Door - September
The Triple Door

Music in September:
9/5-9/6, Tuesday-Wednesday- Original Superstars of Jazz Fusion
9/7-9/8, Thursday-Friday- Jessica Williams
9/9-9/10, Saturday-Sunday- Eldar Trio
9/11, Monday- The Zombies!
9/15, Friday- Leon Russell
9/16, Saturday- Righteous Mothers
9/17, Sunday- The Bobs
9/18, Monday- Smokin’ Joe Kubek featuring Bnois King
9/19, Tuesday- David Friesen
9/20, Wednesday- Swojo
9/21, Thursday- Eric Alexander and George Coleman
9/26-9/27, Tuesday-Wednesday- Allan Holdsworth
9/28, Thursday- Lambchop
9/29, Friday- John Mayall

Tickets: By phone at (206) 838-4333.

Helpful Information: Theatre opens an hour and a half prior to the first show. Musicquarium (lounge) is open seven days a week from 4:00pm-1:30am. Kitchen is open nightly.


Sunday-Saturday 7:30pm and 10:30pm
09/01/2006 through 09/30/2006
Admission: $10-$26
The Triple Door
216 Union Street, Seattle
(206) 838-4333
info@thetripledoor.net
www.thetripledoor.net
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



Jazz and Sushi
Hiroshi's Restaurant

In the tradition of weekly jazz gigs along Lake Union's Eastlake Avenue, a new venue has emerged for friends and jazzers to sit, relax, and enjoy fine Japanese cuisine prepared flawlessly by sushi master and funny-guy Hiroshi.


Friday 7:30pm-10:00pm
03/03/2006 through 12/31/2006
Admission: No Cover Charge
Hiroshi's Restaurant
2501 Eastlake Avenue E, Seattle
(206) 726-4966
info@hiroshis.com
www.hiroshis.com



Karrin Allyson
Dimitriou's Jazz Alley

Dimitriou's Jazz Alley presents Karrin Allyson.

Tickets: To make reservations please call (206) 441-9729, online at www.jazzalley.com or through Ticketmaster.

Helpful Information: Children under the age of 12 are admitted free. Dinner or cocktail reservations are recommended, but not required. All shows are all ages. Doors open daily at 6:00pm. Jazz Alley is a completely smoke free environment.


Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm; Thursday-Saturday 7:30pm and 9:30pm; Sunday 6:30pm and 8:30pm
09/12/2006 through 09/17/2006
Admission: To Be Announced
Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
2033 6th Avenue, Seattle
(206) 441-9729
jazzalley@jazzalley.org
www.jazzalley.org



Seattle Presents: Correo Aereo
Mayor's Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs

Lunch-time concert at the base of the grand staircase inside the lobby of Seattle’s City Hall.
Traditional music of Venezuela, Mexico, Argentina, and Peru begin Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations at City Hall. Correo Aereo's music evokes an emotional journey to countrysides and urban spaces. Presented in partnership with the Latino City Employee Group.

Location: Seattle City Hall Lobby, 600 Fourth Ave., Seattle (entrance temporarily on Fifth Ave.)


Thursday 12:00pm
09/21/2006
Admission: Free Admission
Presented at: Seattle City Hall and Gallery
600 Fourth Avenue, L2 Level, Seattle
(206) 684-2489
arts.culture@seattle.gov
www.seattle.gov/arts/



The Rippingtons
Dimitriou's Jazz Alley

Dimitriou's Jazz Alley presents The Rippingtons.

Tickets: To make reservations please call (206) 441-9729, online at www.jazzalley.com or through Ticketmaster.

Helpful Information: Children under the age of 12 are admitted free. Dinner or cocktail reservations are recommended, but not required. All shows are all ages. Doors open daily at 6:00pm. Jazz Alley is a completely smoke free environment.


Thursday-Saturday 7:30pm and 9:30pm
09/21/2006 through 09/23/2006
Admission: To Be Announced
Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
2033 6th Avenue, Seattle
(206) 441-9729
jazzalley@jazzalley.org
www.jazzalley.org

Public Art/Attractions



Downtown

Pike Place Market
Started in 1907 as a farmers market, the Pike Place Market continues to be an integral part of the downtown Seattle community. Open 361 days per year with year round farmers, the Market is the place to "Meet the Producer." The nine-acre historic district is the Soul of Seattle and a national treasure.

Features: Wide variety of merchants, information booth on 1st floor, several bakeries, restaurants, grocers, seasonal activities (please see web site for current activities), small grassy park at north end of market with a spectacular view of the Olympic mountains.

Market Location: Main entrance is at First Avenue and Pike Street in downtown Seattle; look for farmers in the Main and North Arcades and along Pike Place.

Helpful Information: Come early for the best pick of produce. Strollers are difficult in the Market, use backpacks. Most locations offer a free newspaper that contains a map of the Market. At the information booth located on the first floor, pick up the Kid's Market Walk guide which suggests items for kids to watch for. Parking is difficult especially in summer, several parking garages are in the area, some merchants offer parking discounts with purchases, be sure to ask. See official website for more parking tips!


Monday-Sunday 9:00am-6:00pm
Pike Place Market
85 Pike Street, Seattle
(206) 682-7453
information@pikeplacemarket.org
www.pikeplacemarket.org/
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



Seattle Waterfront
The Seattle waterfront is a splendid place to spend the day. Take a walk along the waterfront to enjoy public art, countless shops and the invigorating salt air.

Features: A large variety of shops to enjoy, boat rides to many locations across Elliott Bay, trolley rides, Seattle Aquarium, Myrtle Edwards Park at Pier 70, and horse drawn carriages running up and down the waterfront.

Helpful Information: Parking is available on the street and in lots for varying fees, be careful when walking on the waterfront, the guardrails next to the water are not childproof.


Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Seattle Waterfront
801 Alaskan Way, Seattle
www.ci.seattle.wa.us/tour/water.htm

Sports



Downtown

Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona Cardinals
Seattle Seahawks

This football game will be played at Qwest Field.

Tickets: Seahawks website (online), Ticketmaster, Box Office, Will Call.


1:00pm
09/17/2006
Admission: $23-$300
Presented at: Qwest Field and Exhibition Center
1000 Occidental Avenue South, Seattle
(206) 381-8000
feedback@fans.seahawks.com
www.seahawks.com
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member

Theatre



Downtown

A Number
ACT Theatre

A Number, is a compelling meditation by innovative and astonishing British playwright Caryl Churchill (Top Girls, Cloud Nine) on the implications of cloning at the most human level. If you were dissatisfied with your child, would you start over with the same raw material hoping for a better result?
Through a series of subtle, emotionally complex confrontations between a father and his sons, Churchill asks us to consider the potential individual cost of new medical technologies in this provocative and poetic work that won the 2002 London Evening Standard Award for Best Play.

Previews: September 1-6, Discounts available.

Tickets: Online, Box Office 206-292-7676, Will Call

Credits: By Caryl Churchill. Directed by John Kazanjian.


Sunday, Tuesday -Thursday 7:30pm, Friday and Saturday 8:00pm, Saturday and Sunday matinees 2:00pm
09/01/2006 through 10/01/2006
Admission: $10-$54
ACT Theatre
Kreielsheimer Place, 700 Union, Seattle
(206) 292-7676
www.acttheatre.org
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



Bombay Dreams
The 5th Avenue Musical Theatre

Bombay Dreams features a lush score, glittering costumes, lavish sets and exotic dance numbers. It tells the story of a handsome young actor who dreams of fame and romance. The musical journey is an exploration of the importance of cultural heritage, the price of success, the bonds of friendship and the power of true love.

Tickets: Online at www.ticketmaster.com or Box Office at (206) 625-1900.

Credits: Music by A. R. Rahman. Lyrics by Don Black. Book by Meera Syal and Thomas Meehan. Based on an idea by Shekhar Kapur and Andrew Lloyd Webber.


Tuesday-Wednesday 7:30pm, Thursday-Friday 8:00pm, Saturday 2:00pm and 8:00pm, Sunday 1:30pm and 7:00pm
09/12/2006 through 10/01/2006
Admission: To Be Announced
The 5th Avenue Musical Theatre
1308 Fifth Avenue, Seattle
(206) 625-1900
admin@5thavenuetheatre.org
www.5thavenue.org
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



Carlos Mencia
Moore Theatre

The ability to reach a diverse audience by pointing out society's hypocrisies is the ultimate goal for the observational comedian. Those with an original, distinctive point of view, coupled with commitment and determination, break through after years of hard work honing their craft. A handful will rise to the top, eventually becoming household names.

Tickets: Online, The Paramount Theatre Box Office (Monday-Friday, 10:00am-6:00pm), (206) 292-ARTS and Will Call.


Saturday 6:30pm and 10:00pm
09/23/2006
Admission: $42.50/Each
Moore Theatre
1932 2nd Avenue, Seattle
(206) 467-5510
soldout@themoore.com
www.themoore.com
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



Late Nite Catechism
ACT Theatre

The funniest, longest running "nun" in Seattle! This hilarious smash hit has been running for over five years in Seattle. Good for all ages, and all faiths.

Credits: By Maripat Donovan & Vicki Quade.

Performance Location: Buster's Theatre

Critic's Quotes: UPROARIOUS AND HILARIOUS! - The New York Times


Thursday-Saturday 8:00pm, Sunday 2:00pm
04/01/2005 through 12/31/2006
Admission: $24.50-$29.50
ACT Theatre
Kreielsheimer Place, 700 Union, Seattle
(206) 292-7676
www.acttheatre.org
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



Teatro ZinZanni - Dinner & Dreams
Teatro ZinZanni

Inspired by the cabarets of Europe and spiked with a fresh American sense of comedy, Teatro ZinZanni combines old-time vaudeville, ancient circus arts, cabaret, classical and popular music, AND a fabulous five course dinner designed by noted Seattle chef Tom Douglas. Showcasing an ensemble of world-class performers in a magical setting, Teatro ZinZanni is a "must see in Seattle"! Tickets include the three-hour show and a five-course meal.

Performance Location: 2301 6th Avenue, between Battery and Bell Streets.

Tickets: Box Office (206-802-0015), online and Box Office at 2301 6th Avenue. Box Office hours are Monday - Friday, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm and Saturday - Sunday, 12:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Please note, beverages and gratuity are not included in ticket price. Single tickets may be purchased up to 4 weeks in advance and groups of 20 or more up to 1 year in advance.


Thursday - Saturday 6:30pm and Sunday at 5:30pm. Doors open 1/2 hour prior to showtime.
10/01/2002 through 12/31/2006
Admission: $99 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday, $115 for Saturday (plus $7 per ticket handling fee for phone and web orders)
Teatro ZinZanni
2301 6th Avenue, Seattle
(206) 802-0011
dreams-info@onereel.org
www.zinzanni.org
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



Wicked
Paramount Theatre

Long before that girl from Kansas arrives in Munchkinland, two girls meet in the land of Oz. One, born with emerald-green skin, is smart, fiery and misunderstood. The other is beautiful, ambitious and very popular. How these two grow to become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good Witch makes for the most spellbinding new musical in years.

Tickets: Online, Box Office (Monday-Friday, 10:00am-6:00pm), (206) 292-ARTS and Will Call.


Sunday 1:00pm and 6:30pm, Tuesday-Thursday 7:30pm, Friday-Saturday 8:00pm, Saturday 2:00pm
09/20/2006 through 10/01/2006
Admission: $29.50-$72.50
Paramount Theatre
911 Pine Street, Seattle
(206) 467-5510
www.theparamount.com
Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau Member



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