Venue Details

29 Star Starred
Falls Theatre at ACT
Kreielsheimer Place 700 Union Street Seattle, WA 98101
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We ate at the Palomino on 5th Street before the performance since it seemed to be the closest restaurant. The food and service were both excellent. We'd happily eat there again.
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Brian Moen
Parking in the Convention Center lot is really convenient. But if you don't mind walking a few blocks, Pacific Place Parking is cheap at only $6 max. for the night if you enter after 5 pm. They also have several convenient spots for Level 2 electrical vehicle charging for a rate of just $2 for up to twelve hours of use.
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4.6 average rating
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6 events
3 reviews
2 stars
attended Feb 27 2010

What a fun show! I laughed from beginning to end. It's very silly and there are plenty of opportunites to sing along with corny songs from the 70's and 80's.

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4 events
2 reviews
1 stars
attended Feb 26 2010

Fun and evtertaining! A good time was had by all!

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9 events
2 reviews
1 stars
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Quotes & Highlights

“[Mark] Siano and his six accomplices, the Freedom Dancers…have acquired a feverish cult following around town over the past two years with their cheesy dance routines, their even cheesier costume changes and Siano’s mocking yet impassioned interpretations of AM radio hits of the 1980s and ’90s. " —The Seattle Times


This music, comedy, and dance spectacular has become one of Seattle’s most popular and critically acclaimed cabaret shows. Now, Mark Siano and The Freedom Dancers land at ACT for their most spectacular show to date._ The Soft Rock Kid_ parodies the kitch film classic The Karate Kid as Siano and his troupe take 80s Soft Rock music and turn it into one of the most ridiculously entertaining performances you’ll ever see.

About the Ticket Supplier: ACT (A Contemporary Theatre)

ACT has been finding, creating and sharing contemporary theatre with audiences since 1965.

ACT made history as the first theatre in Seattle dedicated to producing contemporary plays, and we're still making history as the most welcoming development house for new plays around. With our multiple stages and diversity of work, ACT keeps you intimately involved with new theatre.