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Member Tips

Goldstar Member
Dress nice but comforable
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Goldstar Member
Foood was great
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Goldstar Member
I suggess parking right there..reasonable and safe
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PaulSeattle
Don't get seats at the rear of the main floor - the acoustics suck
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.6 average rating
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attended Feb 29 2012

Funny as hell. Only downside was the acoustics in the venue - Benaroya Hall. They were not well set up for the performance and as a result it was very difficult at times to understand what was being said

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5 events
1 review
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attended Feb 29 2012

Joan was great, sound was bad.

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More Information

Website

http://www.benaroyahall.org

Description

Just three days after the 2012 Academy Awards telecast, the inimitable Joan Rivers travels to Seattle for her Benaroya Hall debut. A true force of nature and internationally renowned comedienne, Joan will be bringing her uncensored, irreverent, and uninhibited stand-up comedy to this prestigious venue for one night only! From her signature question “Can we talk?” (a federal trademark) to her red-carpet mantra “Who are you wearing?” the woman who asks the questions gets the answers that America — and the world — wants to hear.

Don’t miss this unforgettable evening with an artist whose career, spanning more than four decades, has embodied class, confidence and chutzpah in all the right proportions!

About the Ticket Supplier: Northwest Associated Arts

Northwest Associated Arts provides performances that enliven, enrich, entertain and educate members and audiences alike while appealing to a variety of musical tastes. Members are energized by an environment that fosters bonds of community, serving and respecting people of all ages, cultures and ethnic groups.