Midweek News – September 28


Here’s news from Seattle’s peforming arts community and beyond.

The Pacific Northwest Ballet recently opened their season with energy. You can hear about their entire season, here.

Talking about PNB, the hardest working dancers in Seattle? Their corps de ballet.

Taproot Theatre also recently announced their coming season. You can learn all about their theatrical happenings, here.

Pump Boys and Dinettes is playing now at Issaquah’s Village Theatre. It’s “fine entertainment.”

ACT’s The Royale, a fictional take on the legendary boxer Jack Johnson, is “perfection.”

Before the Broadway smash Fun Home hits the 5th Avenue Theatre stage, do you want to see the sets? Okay.

The Seattle Asian Art Museum is due for a major renovation. Learn more, here.

Congratulations to Monique Courcy. She’s the new executive director of TeenTix.

Disney is planning a live action Lion King movie.

Finally, David Byrne and Neil DeGrasse Tyson talk arts education: