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Yellow Fish Epic Durational Performance Festival

July 9 through Aug 3.


Yellow Fish Epic Durational Performance Festival It's a festival of durational performance art, curated by Alice Gosti, taking place at various venues around Seattle, but centered around Seattle University's Hedreen Gallery. Events include: a screening of durational films at the Northwest Film on July 14, performance by Mark Haim at Studio Current on July 15 at 7 pm, by Neil Ferron at Hedreen on July 16 at 1:30 pm, by Maryanna Lachman and Mara Poliak at Hedreen on July 18 at 1:30 pm, by Jan Trumbauer at Hedreen on July 19 at 1:30 pm, by Ethan... more » Free.

Hedreen Gallery
901 12th Ave

Julius Caesar

July 12 and July 27 at 2 pm.

"How many ages hence/Shall this our lofty scene be acted over,/In states unborn and accents yet unknown!" This all-female production is directed by Vanessa Miller for Seattle Shakespeare Company's Wooden O, to be performed in parks around Puget Sound. Free.

Various locations
across Seattle

Book of Mormon

Tues-Thurs at 7:30 pm, Fri at 8 pm, Sat at 2 and 8 pm, Sun at 1 and 6:30 pm. Through Aug 10.

"Yes, it’s expensive, but it’s so fucking good, you should absolutely save up to go. My experience at the last Book of Mormon tour was one of the greatest theatrical experiences of my life. Yes, the show brilliantly lampoons Latter-day Saints using the church’s own text, but beyond that, it’s a densely hilarious indictment of the Great American Musical, with laughs and dazzlements coming at you so fast, your blood turns to Percocet… and oh my God, you just have to go." (David Schmader) $25-$545.

Paramount Theatre
911 Pine St

GreenStage's Shakespeare in the Park

Through Aug 16.


GreenStage's productions this summer, Othello and Love's Labour's Lost, tour to major parks in and around Seattle, kicking off at Volunteer Park during the Outdoor Theater Festival. See their website for full details. Free.

Various locations
across Seattle

An Evening of One Acts

Tues-Thurs at 7:30 pm, Fri-Sat at 8 pm, Sun at 7:30 pm. Through Aug 17.

The plays featured in this program are all from Hollywood veterans: Floating Lady by Steve Martin, The Unseen Hand by Sam Shepard, and Riverside Drive by Woody Allen. $10-$55.

ACT Theatre
700 E Union St

The Two Gentlemen of Verona

Through Aug 17.


Directed by David Quicksall, this production set in the 1950s (with era-appropriate songs) will migrate around the parks of Seattle. Free.

Various locations
across Seattle

Bard on the Beach

Through Sept 20.


This summer, under the tents at Vanier Park in Vancouver, BC, you can see A Midsummer's Night's Dream, The Tempest, and Cymbeline, as well as the play Equivocation by Bill Cain.

Vanier Park
1000 Chestnut St

Comedy Womb

Every Tues at 7:30 pm.


Comedy Womb The rules of this pro-lady standup night are refreshing in their simplicity: no misogyny and no heckling. Based on the size, quality, and diversity of the crowds it attracts, the rules work. Every Tuesday night, fans pack the Rendezvous Grotto to watch two and a half hours of comedy, about half of which is delivered by women. Having so many women onstage and in the crowd makes male comics more mindful of their sets and their audience, while reinforcing what should be obvious: Women can be just a... more » $5.

2322 Second Ave

Emmett Montgomery Presents: Beard Practice

Every Tues at 6:30 pm.

The host and creator of Weird and Awesome with Emmett Montgomery at Annex Theatre hosts a weekly standup comedy open-mic night and "humor growth hour" for comedians of all levels. Free.

C. C. Attle's
1701 E Olive Way

Open Mic at Jai Thai

Tues and Fri at 9 pm.

A popular spot for new comedians and experienced comedians working on new material. Free.

Jai Thai
235 Broadway E

Comedy at Comedy Underground

Thurs at 8 pm, Fri-Sat at 8 and 10:15 pm, Sun-Wed at 8 pm.

Comedy that occurs below the earth's surface. $6-$20.

Comedy Underground
109 S Washington St

Comedy at Laughs Comedy Spot

Thurs at 8:30 pm, Fri-Sat at 8 and 10 pm, Tues at 8:30 pm.

Open mic and touring acts. $10-$20.

Laughs Comedy Spot
12099 124th Ave

Arts in Auburn


The city of Auburn would like to remind you that things (comedy, music, musicals) periodically happen at the historic and beautiful Auburn Avenue Theater.

Comedy at Laughs Comedy Spot


Always a great spot for open mic and quality touring acts in Kirkland.

Laughs Comedy Spot
12099 124th Ave


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