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The Seattle Symphony’s conductor looks ahead at his final season in charge.
The best entertainment the season has to offer.
The local arts institutions continue to push creative bounds under changing leadership.
With reopening galleries joining the old stalwarts, neighborhood’s visual art scene is entering a fresh, thriving era.
Washington Ensemble Theatre’s production follows the high-stakes 2011 hacking exploits of LulzSec.
Our critics pick the best of the arts season, in every discipline.
Local dance companies aim to fix the art’s centuries-old imbalances between men and women.
You maybe haven’t heard of the theorbo, but you definitely haven’t heard it plugged in.
A conversation with ACT’s John Langs on whether old dramas should keep getting restaged in Seattle.
LVLZ Healing Center at Interstitial presents prismatic, pixelated, emoji-laden therapy pods.
Don’t miss new books from Frances McCue, Bharti Kirchner, Mita Mahato, E.J. Koh, and David M. Buerge.
Don’t miss new albums from Macklemore, IVVY, Versing, Mackned, and Darto.
The new project from members of Lisa Prank, Tacocat, and Chastity Belt is blazing a path for romcom-core.
Never underestimate the primeval, crafty art of witchery.
The Seattle animator’s debut feature-length film is trippy, hilarious, and strangely meditative.
Michael Manahan’s new festival hopes to bridge the gap—but does that gap exist?
Fifty years and a continent away, John Boylan’s new multidiscipline series is perfectly at home.
Whether riffing on Trump or singing about America’s sins, local artists are pushing the conversation forward.
For those trying to survive in booming Seattle, it’s all about time and space … and money.
An evening devoted to the composer erases boundaries—between performer and auditor, art and life.