Don't miss the Pacific Northwest Ballet's Roméo et Juliette this February. LINDSAY THOMAS

Seattle Art and Performance, our quarterly guide to everything happening in Seattle this winter in the arts, is out this week. In addition to the beautiful calendars in the print copy (tucked inside this week's copy of The Stranger), you can now also find lists of this winter's best events online, including:

The Stranger Presents: A Worldwide Silent Reading Party!
Every Wednesday at 6pm PST, make yourself a snack, pour yourself a drink, and read whatever you feel like reading silently
Back by popular demand with showtunes, pop, gossip & jokes! It's Gay Misérables!
With geniuses Sara Porkalob, Justin Huertas, Nicholas Bernard, Rachel Guyer-Mafune, and Danny Kam! Encore presentation 8/7
Elliot Bay Book Co., NAAM & Tasveer Present: A Talk with Isabel Wilkerson
Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents – This book shifts fundamental perspectives on how race and related matters are understood!
  • The best jazz concerts, from a Charlie Brown Christmas to the Jeremy Pelt Power Quintet

  • The best classical music and opera, from Handel's Messiah to Mary Stuart

  • The best movies to see, from It's a Wonderful Life to Eisenstein in Guanajuato

  • The best readings and talks, from "we do it to one another" to Inside RadioLab with Robert Krulwich

  • The best art shows and events, from Art AIDS America to Joan Tanner's Suyama Space show

  • The best theater, dance, and comedy, from Roméo et Juliette to 2155: An Exploration of Afrofuturism in Performance Art

    As always, you can find everything happening in Seattle this winter on our Things To Do calendar.