Arts Features

  • Thursday, Oct. 23 Lit Crawl Seattle Part of a nationwide series of literary walking tours, now in its third year, Lit Crawl stages its readings at … More »

  • Festively asserting that too much is never enough, TZZ’s new show keeps its dinner-cabaret formula fresh with acts that mash up entertainment skills in pairs: … More »

  • Two song-and-dance artistes, touring Antarctica in the ’20s, get frozen in an avalanche for 90-some years and stage a post-thaw comeback: This is the nutball … More »

  • This new sculptural installation by local artists Etta Lilienthal and Ben Zamora presents a tangle of old-school fluorescent bulbs—not those fancy, efficient, newfangled LEDs—suspended from … More »

  • In 1954, when it was finished, György Ligeti’s String Quartet no. 1 (“Métamorphoses Nocturnes”) satisfied neither side of the style wars. Taking off more or … More »

  • This Saturday’s book event for Lena Dunham’s Not That Kind of Girl (Random House, $28) is sold out, and maybe you already have tickets. How … More »

  • Friday, Oct. 17 Midnight Adrenaline For a certain kind of filmgoer, one’s primal tastes were formed on balconies with sticky floors and threadbare seats, munching stale … More »

  • The rise of digital streaming has proved a bonanza for fans of adventurous, wide-ranging entertainment. But for most of the artists whose work is being … More »

  • Public art generally falls into two categories: 1) massive and durable enough to withstand the elements (and vandals and graffiti and pigeons and popular indifference...); … More »

  • See Village Theatre’s percolating production of In the Heights and be baffled anew at why this show hasn’t earned the fanatical popularity of Wicked or … More »