Spring Arts Guide

From schlock-n-roll to Sturm und Drang: our guide to the season's highlights.

The hapless schlock 'n' roll singer played by Stephen Lynch in the 5th Avenue Theatre's Broadway-bound production of The Wedding Singer is just one of the outsized characters populating Seattle's cultural landscape this season. There are the gloriously purple Dame Edna, bringing her new stage show to the Moore Theatre; visionary architect Maya Lin, appearing at the Henry Art Gallery; raunchy comic Dave Chappelle, starring in his own movie, and many others. Inside, you'll find our selective, opinionated guide to the people, shows, movies, and exhibits over the coming three months that we think are going to rock, shock—and, yes, schlock—your world.

Profiles

Stephen Lynch, The Wedding Singer

Visionary architect, Maya Lin

Clown prince, Hacki Ginda

The grand Dame Edna

Legendary sleuth, Arthur Conan Doyle

Raunchy comic, Dave Chappelle

Calendars

Stage

Visual Arts

Film

Pop Music

Classical Music

Books

Dance

 
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