The second year of the new Seattle Fringe Festival has some insanely promising stuff: Keefee’s House of Cards, a drunk, interactive blackjack game hosted by Stephen Hando; a remount of Waiting for Godot starring actors who were criticized during the original 1990 production for being “20 years too young”; AISLE 9, a new play about grocery stores by the brilliant triumvirate of Keri Healey, Wayne Rawley, and K. Brian Neel; and a whole basket full of other shows. If the new fringe festival has a wish-I’d-been-there year, this will probably be it. (Various times and venues, see seattlefringefestival.org for details, Sept 18–22)

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In this 30-minute multimedia experience, lights & sounds guide groups as they explore a series of immersive spaces.