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The Flipside Comedy Show

Wed at 8 pm.

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Jokes with a side of chicken parm. Folks who've appeared at recent Flipside shows: Harrold Gomez, Jen Seaman, Jubal Flagg, Gabriel Rutledge, and others. Free.

13 Coins
125 Boren Ave N

Ballroom with a Twist

Fri at 8 pm, Sat at 2 and 8 pm, Sun at 1:30 pm. Through Aug 17.

The wild and wacky world of ballroom dancing, onstage for your awe and titillation. With performances from Dancing with the Stars performers Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Karina Smirnoff, and Val Chmerkovskiy as well as select contestants from So You Think You Can Dance? and American Idol. $30-$90.

5th Avenue Theatre
1308 Fifth Ave

A Chorus Line

Starts Sept. 3. Tues–Sun. Through Sept 28.

A marathon of exposition in song at an audition. Every character has had a tough life and now wants to be chosen for a good role. Memorable exchanges include: "Tell me about the Bronx." "What's to tell about the Bronx? It's uptown and to the right." And: "You were a rotten dancer." "Why do you think I became your choreographer?" This production will reproduce Michael Bennett’s original staging and Bennett and Bob Avian’s original choreography.

5th Avenue Theatre
1308 Fifth Ave

Comedy at 88 Keys

Thurs-Sat at 7:30 pm.

$10.

88 Keys
315 Second Ave S

Hold These Truths

Thurs-Sat at 7:30 pm, Sun at 2 pm. Through Aug 3.

Joel de la Fuente stars in Jeanne Sakata's solo show inspired by the true story of UW student Gordon Hirabayshi and what happened to him during the Japanese internment of WWII. $35.

ACT Theatre
700 E Union St

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

Icicle Creek New Play Festival

Tues Aug 19 and Wed Aug 20 at 7 pm.

A showcase of premiere readings of works fostered by the Icicle Creek Center for the Arts in Leavenworth. This year's offering include Bloomsday by Steven Dietz and The Change Room by Carly Mensch. $15.

ACT Theatre
700 E Union St

Groucho Returns

Thurs-Sat at 7 pm, Sun at 2 pm. Through Aug 22.

A one-man Groucho Marx performance with piano by Frank Ferrante in ACT's Central Heating Lab. $35.

ACT Theatre
700 E Union St

Sandbox Radio Live: Back to School

Mon Sept 8 at 8 pm.

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Radio drama performed live on stage tackles to the tough topic of the end of summer the subsequent widespread recommencing of academic obligations. $20.

ACT Theatre
700 E Union St

Endangered Species Project: The Iceman Cometh

Mon Sept 15 at 8 pm.

Generally, this series puts on staged readings of rarely produced, often overlooked plays. Eugene O'Neill's The Iceman Cometh is certainly a widely known play, but it qualifies for inclusion in this series by virtue of the fact that it's never been professionally produced in Seattle. Stay tuned for the announcement of the next two Endangered Species Project productions, which are scheduled Oct 6 and Nov 3. $25.

ACT Theatre
700 E Union St

Waiting for Godot

Thurs-Sat at 7:30 pm, Sun at 2 pm, and select additional performances. Through Sept 21.

"Estragon: Nothing to be done. Vladimir: I'm beginning to come round to that opinion." This production by Seattle Shakespeare Company, as part of the Seattle Beckett Festival, will be directed by George Mount. Starring Darragh Kennan as Estragon and Todd Jefferson Moore as Vladimir. $48.

ACT Theatre
700 E Union St

Don Quixote & Sancho Panza: Homeless in Seattle

Fri-Sat at 7:30 pm, Sun at 2:30 pm. Through Sept 28.

eSe Teatro presents this comic re-imagining of the Cervantes classic as the story of two Seattle Latinos who meet in the ER and set off to face "the perils of chronic alcoholism and mental illness as they navigate the winding streets, shelters, and the health care system." $30.

ACT Theatre
700 E Union St

The Invisible Hand

Tues-Thurs at 7:30 pm, Fri-Sat at 8 pm, Sun at 2, 7 pm. Through Sept 28.

An American financial whiz is kidnapped by militant Islamists in Pakistan and told to raise his own $10 million ransom by playing the markets. Nick and his captor Bashir eventually warm to their task "with terrifying results." Written by Ayad Akhtar and directed by Allen Nause. $55.

ACT Theatre
700 E Union St

Sandbox Radio Live: Beckett on the Radio

Mon Oct 13 at 8 pm.

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The radio dramatists return with their contribution to the Seattle Beckett Fest, with their radio drama renditions of Words and Music and All That Fall, scored with live music and sound effects. $20.

ACT Theatre
700 E Union St

Caught One-Handed

Tues-Wed at 8 pm. Through Aug 27.

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A solo comedy "with dance breaks" by Noah Duffy, directed by Keira McDonald (the dynamo behind the Solo Performance Festival), about theft and sexual conversion therapy sessions. $5-$10.

Annex Theatre
1100 E Pike St

Balconies

Thurs-Sat at 8 pm. Through Aug 30.

Two parties, one full of snooty rich types, the other full of rowdy "hackers, artists, and agitators," happen to happen on balconies next to one another. A "screwball" comedy written and directed by Scotto Moore, "featuring a cast of fourteen playing over twenty characters with over thirty costume changes." $20.

Annex Theatre
1100 E Pike St

Star Trek: The Sexed Generation

Fri Sept 5 and Sat Sept 6 at 8 pm.

Star Trek burlesque.

Annex Theatre
1100 E Pike St

Spin the Bottle

Sat Aug 2 at 11 pm.

This is Seattle's longest-running cabaret and has seen just about everything. Up this month: music by Aba Kiser, a fairytale from Bret Fetzer, drag by Troy Mink, "hilarious smut" by Dartanion London, and much more. $10.

Annex Theatre
1100 E Pike St

Weird and Awesome with Emmett Montgomery

First Sun of every month at 7:30 pm.

On the first Sunday of each month, comedy, variety, and "a parade of wonder and awkward sharing" are hosted by the self-proclaimed "mustache wizard" Emmett Montgomery. $5-$10.

Annex Theatre
1100 E Pike St

ComedySportz

Fri-Sat at 8 and 10 pm.

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It's improv comedy in the form of a sport. Do you like sports? Ha-ha. Comedy! It's funny! It's also a sport! Fun and comedy: ha-ha, sports. Okay? ComedySportz. $14.

Atlas Theatre
3509 Fremont Ave N

Arts in Auburn

Mon–Sun.

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

Doktor Kaboom!

Thurs Aug 28 at 7 pm.

Doktor Kaboom is a zany scientist comedy character who looks like Guy Fieri in a lab coat. $15.

Bainbridge Performing Arts
200 Madison Ave N

I Gelosi

Mon, Thurs-Sat at 7:30 pm. Through Aug 30.

A production of STAGERight Theatre.

The Ballard Underground
2220 NW Market St

Endgame/NDGM

Fri-Sat at 7:30 pm, and select other nights. Through Nov 22.

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Part of the 2014 Seattle Becketfest, this production includes both a production of the Becket classic, Endgame, by Ghost Light Theatricals, as well as Blood Ensemble's riffing response, entitled NDGM. $18-$20.

The Ballard Underground
2220 NW Market St

Don Giovanni

Fri Sept 12 at 8 pm, Sun Sept 14 at 2:30 pm.

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There's an opera on Vashon Island, and this year they're opening their season with a production of Don Giovanni. $32-$35.

Bethel Church
14736 Bethel Lane SW

 

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