Seattle Theatre Group is a theater company in the Pacific Northwest known for their innovative and award-winning shows as well as programs supporting emerging playwrights.Founded in 1990, STG presents a wide range of performing arts, including Broadway shows, concerts, comedy, dance and family programming. Seattle Theatre Group also offers educational and community engagement programs, including the STG Teen Program, and the Paramount School of the Arts.
Are you looking for something fun and exciting to do this weekend? Why not check out one of Seattle’s many theatrical productions? From Broadway classics to experimental new works, there’s something for everyone. Encore Spotlight is Seattle’s things to do guide and a comprehensive arts and live music directory for the performing arts and culture in Seattle. For over 50 years, Encore has been providing programs and connecting arts, culture and community. Check Encore’s calendar of concerts, live shows and art exhibitions and find fun things to do in Seattle.
The Paramount Theatre Calendar
March 6, 2022
- Disney Princess: The Concert Brought to you by Pandora Jewelry
March 8-13, 2022
- The Band’s Visit
April 8-10, 2022
- Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
August 3 – September 11, 2022
The Paramount Theatre is a historic theatre in the heart of Seattle. Opened in 1928, this historic landmark has been a vital part of the city’s culture for decades. The Paramount Theatre Seattle is a live-performance venue for theatre, musicals, concerts, lectures, and stand-up comedy. It has been restored to maintain its original design and can accommodate up to 2,807 guests.
Experience the music of Carole King—one of the most successful singer-songwriters of all time—in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle, WA. This Broadway hit tells the inspiring true story of a rock ‘n’ roll legend Carole King. The show’s inventive, intimate, and emotionally charged performances are the perfect opportunity to experience the power of live theater.
Feel the magic of the Disney Princesses at the Paramount Theatre! This one-of-a-kind concert features your favorite characters from classic Disney movies like “The Little Mermaid,” “Snow White,” and “Cinderella.” Sing along to your favorite songs and be swept away by the beauty and enchantment of these beloved storybook heroines. Let your favorite Disney Princesses take you on a journey of pure enchantment with songs from your childhood. Plus, you’ll have the chance to meet some of your favorite Disney Princesses! It’s the perfect opportunity to bring the family for a day of fun!
The Moore Theatre Calendar
December 18, 2021
- Mystery Science Theater 3000 Live!: Time Bubble Tour
May 16, 2022
The Moore Theatre is another historic and beautiful venue in Downtown Seattle, conveniently located one block from the Paramount Theatre and 200 feet from the Seattle Art Museum. This historic theatre has a long-standing tradition of being a top-notch venue for a variety of events, including concerts, Broadway productions, and other events. The theatre has a capacity of 1,800 and has been a landmark of the best shows performed in Seattle since 1907.
Are you ready to experience the good kind of confusion? The Mystery Science Theater 3000 Live! Time Bubble Tour is coming to the Moore Theatre as well! Join Joel Hodgson and the crew of Mystery Science Theater 3000 for a live show of “riffing” on some of the most notoriously awful movies ever made.
The Criminal at the Moore Theatre in Seattle, WA is a must-see show for anyone who loves a good mystery. This psychological thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat the whole time.
The Neptune Theatre Calendar
January 20. 2022
- The Minimalists – Love People Use Things Tour
February 4, 2022
- And That’s Why We Drink-Here For The Boos! Tour
One of Seattle’s longest-running professional theatres, The Neptune Theatre is a fantastic 800-seat venue that offers a variety of different productions. It was originally built in 1921 and has since become an iconic part of the city’s theatre district. It presents a wide variety of productions, from the classic to the contemporary, from the highbrow to the lowbrow, from the local to the national.
The Neptune Theatre is proud to present “And That’s Why We Drink”, a series of four 30-minute hilarious performances from local Seattle theatre companies that will have you laughing from start to finish. This comedy by Em Schulz and Christine Schiefer is perfect for people of all ages that want to laugh, be entertained, and have a great time!
The Neptune Theatre is also excited to present a special one-night-only performance of The Minimalists – Love People Use Things Tour. If you’re looking for a show that embraces simplicity, minimalism, and the beauty in everyday life, this is the show for you. In addition, it is an intimate evening with the Minimalists, Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus, who will answer audience questions about how they live with less than 100 things. The Minimalists will share their personal stories and then show how to declutter your life and home.
Seattle is a thriving center for arts and culture
Seattle is a hub for arts and culture. It’s a place where new and old mingle, and where new ideas and old favorites are always on the rise. From the traditional symphony to the obscure experimental performance, the city has an event for everyone. Visit the Seattle Art Museum to see the exhibit of Barbara Earl Thomas “The Geography of Innocence.” Love music? Head to the Seattle Symphony at Benaroya Hall Nordstrom Recital Hall for the Fran Lebowitz and other classical music concerts. Seattle is the perfect place for arts and culture lovers of all types.