Every FIRST TUESDAY at the Rendezvous. A monthly sing along event presented by Three Dollar Bill Cinema. Sing along to your favorite numbers from American musicals, cult classics and foreign hits.
January 10-18, 2014, at ACT Theatre. Friday evening: The 7 plays have World Premiere at 8pm and Final Performance at 10:30pm. The 8pm audience provides the theme for Saturday’s show via a random drawing and the seven writers go home to create seven brand new scripts for Saturday evening at 8pm and 10:30pm, thus creating 14 plays in 48 hours.
February 6 - March 1, 2014, at TOJ. Mark Murray CODA, Yana Kesala, I Think My Heart Needs Glasses; James Judd, Killer Quack; Madeline Burrows, MOM BABY GOD; Caught One Handed, Noah Duffy; Southern Comfort, John Pyburn; Madame Petula: Pet Psychic, Lindsey Leonard; Dragon Lady, Sara L Porkalob; I AM JAKE ARSENIC, Jake Ynunza; Tourette Syndrome: It’s No Fucking Joke, Nicole Merat.
February 8, 2014, 9pm-2am at Fremont Studios, 155 North 35th St, Seattle. Wear red, the international symbol of AIDS awareness. All ages, genders, sexual orientations celebrate with dancing music, high spirits & laughter.
March 15, 2014, 9pm-2am at Seattle Eagle, Underwear Night for bears, cubs, otters, beefcakes and other wildlife, with DJs: Del Stamp (Vancouver, BC), Freddy, King of Pants - $5 before 10pm, $7 after.
March 29-30, 2014, at McCaw Hall. The wonderful world of Broadway darling Stephen Schwartz, the genius behind the music of Wicked, Pippin, Godspell, and more. The Chorus will sing all his popular Broadway smash-hits, plus some additional rarely-performed tunes. Welcome back local favorite, Megan Hilty, as she performs with us.
May 15 - June 8, 2014, the largest film festival in the US. Past years presented 406 films over 25 days, 73 premieres, more than 600 screenings & special events. See website for 2013 overview and 2014 program details as they're announced.
June 14, 2014, Pride Picnic at Volunteer Park in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood, live entertainment, music, food. June 29, 2014. Sunday parade from 11am down 4th Avenue from Union, north down 4th Avenue to Denny Way, rain or shine. See the website for past years photos and this year's information.
June 20-22, 2014, Summer Solstice, annual weekend events. Eclectic celebrations in the self-proclaimed “center of the universe.” Craft & art booths, street performers, bands, main stage entertainment, beer garden, wacky-decorated cars, free-spirited Saturday noon Solstice Parade.
July 26, August 2, 9, 16 & 23, 2014, 9pm at Mural Amphitheatre. Summer movies & NFFTY shorts by moonlight, picnics on the lawn, state-of-the-art giant screen beneath the Space Needle. Bring low back chairs, blankets or bean bags. See website for movie titles.
August 28 - September 1, 2014 Bear Run, friendly, furry guys, fun events, adventure, great food, belly rubs, eye candy from around the world. XL Party and Dream Bears in performance. Other events at bars around town.
August 30 - September 1, 2013. Annual Labor Day events. Seattle's big music and arts festival takes place at Seattle Center. Associated concerts all summer long.
October 9-19, 2014, the largest event of it's kind in the Pacific Northwest, showcasing the latest and greatest in queer film, from major releases to emerging talent. See their website for previous year archives, and upcoming films, venues and schedules.