The Best Things To Do in Seattle This Fall
Art, Performance, Jazz, Classical, Opera, Film, Literature, and Festival Picks From The Fall 2017 Edition of Seattle Art and Performance
Clockwise from top left: The Nutcracker (photo by Angela Sterling), Trevor Noah (photo by Paul Mobley), and Blade Runner 2049.
Seattle Art and Performance, our quarterly guide to everything happening in Seattle this winter in the arts, is out on the streets now. In addition to the extensive calendars in the print copy, you can now also find lists of this winter's best events online, including:
The best theater, dance, and comedy, from the Tony winner The Humans to Nick Offerman's stand-up
The best readings and talks, from Mike Love to Masha Gessen
The best festivals, from Fremont Oktoberfest to the Short Run Comix & Art Festival
The best art shows and events, from Julia Freeman's The Grand Drape to an exhibition by Ryan Molenkamp and Jed Dunkerley
The best classical music and opera, from Star Trek: Beyond Live to Shostakovich's Symphony no. 10
The best films and film festivals, from the Film Noir series to the Orcas Island Film Festival
The best jazz concerts, from Christian McBride to Gregory Porter
As always, you can find everything happening in Seattle this winter on our Things To Do calendar.
Get all this and more on the free Stranger Things To Do mobile app—available now on the App Store and Google Play.