Midweek News – February 1


Here’s news from Seattle’s performing arts communtity and beyond.

The Seattle Art Fair is returning. It’s coming back in early August.

Talking about art, City Arts’ Art Walk Awards are coming soon.

And yet more about fine art, have you seen Jacob Lawrence’s “Migration Series” at the Seattle Art Museum? Catch it before it’s gone.

The Seattle Symphony is striking a beautiful chord with the homeless.

The Paramount Theatre is staging The King and I. It’s “worth getting to know,” as it steps into “a whole new world.”

Seattle Shakespeare Company is putting on an all-female production, Bring Down the House, based on Shakespeare’s Henry VI. Here’s a conversation with one of the stars, Kate Wisniewski. The show is “excellent.”

Pacific Northwest Ballet’s take on Cinderella, Cendrillon, opens this weekend. A preview.

Talking about dancing, happy 20th anniversary, Century Ballroom.

Finally, the world premiere of the Sleepless in Seattle musical has been delayed.