Money couldn't keep Romeo and Juliet apart, and it shouldn't keep you from doing cool things over the weekend, either. Luckily, you can now snag discounted tickets to ACT's production of Shakespeare's most misread play. Dai Ross

At Stranger Things To Do, we're on a constant mission to make your life as full of as many fun events as possible, at as little cost as possible. (We know you love our lists of cheap & easy things to do.) And now, we're taking that one step further and offering exclusive deals on events happening within the next week. All of the events below are on sale for between 25-55% off—just for you. Even better? You can buy tickets directly from this page. You're welcome. Visit our complete Things To Do calendar for even more events to get excited about.

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THURSDAY, MARCH 7

FILM

William H. Macy Screening and Q&A
The wonderfully expressive, melancholic William H. Macy will present the 2015 film Stealing Cars, along with producers Rachel Winter and Sean Lydiard. This event will raise money for TheFilmSchool and its programs at homeless shelters and prisons.
SIFF Cinema Uptown

Tickets for this event are no longer available online.

MUSIC

Studio 4/4 presents Habitat with Shifted
Studio 4/4 and Kremwerk present Habitat, which will feature a headlining set by Avian and Hospital resident DJ Shifted, and local support from Yamanaka and Nick Carroll, with a live performance by QOQO ROBOQS. Trevor Little, Tony H, and Hector Rodriguez will keep the party going upstairs in the Timbre Room.
Kremwerk

Tickets for this event are no longer available online.

FRIDAY, MARCH 8

PERFORMANCE

Romeo + Juliet
Shakespeare's most misread play gets a new treatment from ACT artistic director John Langs. For this production, he's casting deaf actor Joshua Castille as Romeo and incorporating ASL into the performance. Gabriella O’Fallon will play Juliet. Castille did a fine job starring as Quasimodo in 5th Avenue's recent production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and O’Fallon killed it in WET's The Nether, so this show will probably rule. Plus, Stranger Genius Amy Thone is playing the Nurse! It'll be interesting to see this excellent dramatic actor tackle a traditionally comic role. Press materials say the show will be accessible "for Deaf and hearing audiences alike." RICH SMITH
ACT Theatre
Saturday and Sunday tickets also available below

Tickets for this event are no longer available online.

SATURDAY, MARCH 9

MUSIC

Balkan Night Northwest
New Orleans isn't the only place known for its Mardi Gras celebrations—Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, Bulgaria, and other Balkan regions have their own ways of fêting the pre-Lent holiday. You'll discover many of them at this music- and dance-focused event.
St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church

Special Instructions: Use discount code "stranger" for 25% off

Tickets for this event are no longer available online.

PERFORMANCE

JD Souther, Lizzie Weber
JD Souther’s name probably won’t be recognized by anyone younger than 40, but to many of y’all older folks, his songs are well-known. See, he’s a country/soft-rock singer-songwriter notable for writing a handful of your FAVORITE Eagles songs, he once partnered with Buffalo Springfield’s Richie Furay and the Byrds’ Chris Hillman as the Souther Hillman Furay Band, and he produced/wrote songs for Linda Ronstadt. So, like, yeah, he’s kind of a big deal. BUT if them deets don’t ring any bells, you might recognize him via his appearances on TV’s Nashville! MIKE NIPPER
Triple Door

Discount applies to the 9 p.m. show

Tickets for this event are no longer available online.

Rapture ft. Grief Girls & NoGoodDoers
Oh sure, you've been to more than your share of drag shows with lip-synching and wigs and princess gloves. But where are the fringed monsters, the viscous fluids, and the couture that you initially mistake for a pile of abandoned construction equipment? Kick-start your weekend with Rapture, hosted by unidentified frocking object Arson Nicki. Expect to see the avantest of the avant-garde creatures, peculiar performances, and a runway that may double as a portal to the Negaverse. You will be unable to forget any of what you see—or to make anyone believe that it happened. MATT BAUME
Timbre Room

Special Instructions: Use discount code "stranger" for 30% off

Tickets for this event are no longer available online.

Romeo + Juliet
Shakespeare's most misread play gets a new treatment from ACT artistic director John Langs. For this production, he's casting deaf actor Joshua Castille as Romeo and incorporating ASL into the performance. Gabriella O’Fallon will play Juliet. Castille did a fine job starring as Quasimodo in 5th Avenue's recent production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and O’Fallon killed it in WET's The Nether, so this show will probably rule. Plus, Stranger Genius Amy Thone is playing the Nurse! It'll be interesting to see this excellent dramatic actor tackle a traditionally comic role. Press materials say the show will be accessible "for Deaf and hearing audiences alike." RICH SMITH
ACT Theatre
Sunday tickets also available below

Tickets for this event are no longer available online.

SUNDAY, MARCH 10

MUSIC

Seamus Egan Project
Irish composer Seamus Egan—who worked on the soundtrack for the film The Brothers McMullen and co-wrote Sarah McLachlan's hit "Weep Not for the Memories"—will come to Seattle with his band.
Triple Door

Tickets for this event are no longer available online.

PERFORMANCE

Romeo + Juliet
Shakespeare's most misread play gets a new treatment from ACT artistic director John Langs. For this production, he's casting deaf actor Joshua Castille as Romeo and incorporating ASL into the performance. Gabriella O’Fallon will play Juliet. Castille did a fine job starring as Quasimodo in 5th Avenue's recent production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and O’Fallon killed it in WET's The Nether, so this show will probably rule. Plus, Stranger Genius Amy Thone is playing the Nurse! It'll be interesting to see this excellent dramatic actor tackle a traditionally comic role. Press materials say the show will be accessible "for Deaf and hearing audiences alike." RICH SMITH
ACT Theatre

Tickets for this event are no longer available online.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13

MUSIC

Chasms, Somesurprises, Dead Spells
Experimental electro-pop group Chasms, the now LA-based duo of Jess Labrador and Shannon Madden, will return to Seattle with tracks from their last record The Mirage, and support sets from Somesurprises and Dead Spells.
Timbre Room

Special Instructions: Use discount code "stranger" for 30% off

Tickets for this event are no longer available online.

THURSDAY, MARCH 14

MUSIC

Studio 4/4 Presents Habitat with Wehbba
São Paulo native Wehbba acts as one of Brazil's preeminent electronic music ambassadors to the world, with his own veteran take on techno and house. He'll be joined by local talents Sean Majors, Jason Woo, and Binah.
Kremwerk

Special Instructions: Use discount code "stranger" for 30% off

Tickets for this event are no longer available online.