West Seattle - Arts And Entertainment

Thu, 04/26/18

Early in the second act, the stage goes dark and an unseen character says, “The point of this whole thing was to make you feel something."


Thu, 04/12/18

ArtsWest is preparing to bring “An Octoroon” by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins to the stage this month. The story takes place in 1859, when the heir apparent to a slave plantation falls in love with a woman who is an “octoroon,”…MORE

Wed, 04/04/18

Summer may seem far away this gray, rainy spring in Seattle, but young thespians around the city are already looking for enrichment programs during their break from school.


Mon, 04/02/18

Theatres across town are dedicating performances to the Bard of Avon this year for the Seattle Celebrates Shakespeare festival.


Sat, 03/31/18

West Seattle’s very own Ameripolitan Music Awards Winner is releasing a new album and is throwing a big ol party in her hometown at Drunkys BBQ in beautiful Rat City 4/20 at 7pm on the backyard stage!


Fri, 03/23/18

Twelfth Night Productions is proud to participate in Seattle Celebrates Shakespeare with Twelfth Night.


Sun, 03/11/18

Intersections: A Celebration of Seattle Performance is a comedy festival focused on equity, inclusion, and representation.


Sat, 03/10/18

West Seattle High School’s Drama Club & Music Department proudly present their spring production


Wed, 03/07/18

By Lindsay Peyton

Anxiety was hanging in the air in the theatre from the start of the first act of Taylor Mac’s “Hir” at ArtsWest.


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