What You'll Get
- $140 for an exclusive Groupon two hour theater experience for two with a four-course feast on Sunday, March 29 ($195 value). Doors open at 11:00 a.m., and guests should arrive no later than 11:45 a.m.
The Show: The Hot Spot, starring Frank Ferrante as Chef Caesar, a two hour theatrical party host whose night is thrown for a loop when a beautiful genie enters the scene. New York-based performer Lady Rizo makes her Teatro ZinZanni debut in this glittering revue.
The Meal: A four-course lunch that includes an appetizer, soup, entree, and dessert. Guests with dietary restrictions should notify the box office when confirming reservation. Wine, cocktails, and nonalcoholic drinks are available for additional fees.
Visit the nearby Seattle Center’s website for detailed parking information.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 30, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Must attend the show for the date you purchased. Ticket will not be honored on any other date. Reservation required through Teatro ZInZanni's box office. Shows are not transferable, must use for option purchased. Beverages and menu enhancements not included. An additional $2.62 meal tax and $4.20 meal service fee per person will be billed day of show. Exchange voucher for ticket at time of redemption; seats assigned in order of which they are called in to Box Office and redeemed. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Teatro ZinZanni
In 1992, Norman Langill stopped his stroll down a Barcelona street on a curiosity-driven whim and entered a magical, alternative universe. What he found was one of Europe's few remaining spiegeltents—portable dance halls that had once acted as homes for wandering cabarets and circuses. Enchanted by the space and the rakish show inside, Langill resolved to bring the experience back to America.
Now in its 17th year, Teatro ZinZanni brings Langill's dream to life inside an imported Belgian spiegeltent originally constructed in 1910. Amid its hand-carved wooden columns and sparkling stained glass, performers enact enchanted evenings that blend European cirque, live music, clowning, and cabaret. Audiences seated restaurant-style at white-clothed tables also savor a multi-course meal as they take in the sultry spectacle.