Theater & Shows in Newport Hills

Up to 45% Off Standup Comedy

Laughs Comedy Spot

Totem Lake

$50 $30

While comics perform, audiences sip signature cocktails and nosh on burgers, nachos, and pasta

Harness the Ancient Art of Meditation at a Guided Workshop

Guided Meditation Class

Montlake

$54 $54

Bruce Davis demystifies the Vedic practice of meditation and how it can improve your focus and energy during your daily life

Up to 58% Off Drama Performances

ACT presents "Bethany" or "The Price"

ACT Theatre

$71 $30

The saleswoman in Bethany must smile through her pain or lose her daughter; two estranged brothers in The Price reconnect after 16 years

52% Off Murder-Mystery Dinner Show

The Murder Mystery Company

Multiple Locations

$60 $29

Professional improv actors invite diners to participate in an interactive whodunit as they enjoy a three-course meal

“Sister's Summer School Catechism” – Up to 29% Off Comedy 

"Sister's Summer School Catechism"

Centerstage! Theatre

$45 $32

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Catholic nun comically pontificates on the dangers of the modern world in an interactive performance

"Fiddler on the Roof" – Up to 26% Off Dinner Theater

"Fiddler on the Roof"

Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater

$38 $28

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Tony-winning musical about tradition and family celebrates its 50th anniversary in an outdoor amphitheater after a barbecue dinner

Up to 40% Off Burgers at Tony V's Garage Saloon & Eatery

Tony V's Garage Saloon & Eatery

Everett

$42 $25

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Sounds of live music, from heavy metal to hip hop, penetrate ear drums as diners nosh on burgers and beer

Anderlin Arts – $5 to See "The Music Man"

"The Music Man"

Everett PUD Auditorium

$10 $5

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Famous, family-friendly musical comedy about a charismatic con man’s romance and redemption

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Cornerstone Studio's dedicated and nimble-toed dancers present their version of Tchaikovsky’s holiday classic. Marvel at the story of a whimsical Christmas adventure as illustrated by a fleet of fancy-footing feet and their talented owners. This beloved ballet is ideal for all ages, making it a thoughtful, holiday-themed outing for a large family or the high school’s wildly popular stapler-art club.

3000 Landerholm Cir. SE
Bellevue,
Washington
US

Arthur Murray has been a leading name in franchise dance since 1912, when the entrepreneur began selling mail-order dance lessons. Expanding his reach, he enlisted teachers to spread his signature dance lessons on first-class steamships and skyrocketed to fame in the '30s after introducing the public to such dances as the Lambeth Walk and The Big Apple. By the 1950s, Arthur and his wife, Kathryn, were hosting their own highly popular TV show on ABC, The Arthur Murray Dance Party, which ran for 12 years. Today, Arthur Murray's team prepares students for rug cutting at special events and weekend nightclub jaunts. Throughout lessons, instructors teach the foundations of two to four dances from a long list of styles that range from Latin to country-western, helping students to learn basic step patterns, timing, and the ability to lead or follow.

800 118th Ave NE
Bellevue,
WA
US

Owner Steve Olson added Parlor Live to the Parlor complex in 2008 as a way to bring big city-caliber evening entertainment to suburban Bellevue. National comedians take the stage in a wide, shallow room with seating that wraps around three sides of the action as colored shapes produced by a sophisticated lighting system dance across the walls. A globally inspired menu introduces the agonizing dilemma of whether to laugh, fill one’s mouth, or mold little edible hearts to toss toward the performer with shareable dishes that include garlic-gorgonzola waffle fries and coconut prawns. The drink menu, too, aims to surprise with complex cocktails that range from a classic old-fashioned to a sparkling rosemary potion with Aperol.

700 Bellevue Way NE, Suite 300
Bellevue,
WA
US

Within the century-old confines of Uptown Glassworks' warehouse, furnaces melt handfuls of kaleidoscopic frit into malleable shapes manipulated by a team of professional glass blowers. But these tradesmen don't just create works for the gallery; they also share their secrets with students in a variety of activities, from introductory courses on making beads and paperweights to advanced instruction that can be applied toward college credit or used to fix the pockmarked walls of glass houses.

During the shop's Blow-Your-Own sessions, participants apply color to clear, molten glass that has recently emerged from a 2,000-degree furnace, then blow their mixture into 1 of 20 different shapes. The next day, patrons can pick up their cooled and packaged creations, comparing their handiwork to the gallery's collection of products, which are made by more than 90 local and regional glass artists.

230 Main Ave S
Renton,
WA
US

Lyric Light Opera's professional productions of classic American musicals send Broadway actors and top-flight local performers singing and dancing over the stages of beautiful venues around Seattle. Meredith Willson's Tony Award–winning musical The Music Man follows dapper con man Harold Hill's attempt to sell band instruments to a gaggle of school children, leave town with the cash, and purchase a lifetime supply of soda pop and pomade. Romance gets in the way, and soon Harold must choose between the charms of a local piano teacher and his hard-swindled money. Broadway actor Greg Stone and Seattle starlet Megan Chenovick lead the production's lively cast, supported by a full orchestra, dazzling costumes, and musical notes scraped straight from the yellowed pages of the score and dripped through pipettes into patrons' ears.

350 Kirkland Ave
Kirkland,
WA
US

Founded by movie-industry veterans Scilla Andreen and Carlo Scandiuzzi, IndieFlix culls a massive collection of independent and festival-selected films from across the globe into a convenient online streaming-video library. Filmmakers can submit their comedic, dramatic, or documentary masterpieces to the site, which fairly distributes movies of all genres and lengths, with artists fully retaining their films' rights and action-figure tie-ins. Audiences delve further into IndieFlix’s arsenal of cinema gems with Film Festival in a Box game—lauded by the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, and Seattle magazine—which allows cineastes to display their knowledge without having to stroll through the local megaplex with a megaphone.

4111 E Madison St
Seattle,
WA
US