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46 Star Starred
near the corner of Alaska 4711 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116
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September 19, 2012 at 7:30pm: *_Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson*

_By Alex Timbers & Michael Friedman

Fresh from its Tony Award-nominated 2011 run on Broadway, this comedic audacious mix of historical fact and fiction surrounding America’s controversial seventh president — the man who invented the Democratic Party, drove the Indians west, and ultimately doubled the size of our nation — with a blend of outrageous comedy, anarchic theatricality and a rock score. “Bloody entertaining” (New York Daily News_); “Insanely funny!”(Time Out_); “A wildly exhilarating theatrical ride.” (Backstage). Appropriate for ages 16 and older.

November 23, 2012 at 7:30pm: The Winter Wonderettes

By Rodger Bean

It’s Christmas, 1968 — get ready for songs, songs, and more songs, on a nostalgia trip of late 50’s & early 60’s musical style when the Marvelous Wonderettes, Betty Jean, Cindy Lou, Missy and Suzy, are asked to entertain at the Holiday Party for Harper’s Hardware. While the girls decorate the hardware store, turning it into a winter wonderland, Mr. Harper, dressed as Santa Claus, goes missing, and the employees’ holiday bonus envelopes may bring surprises. “The perfect Christmas revue! Crackles with energy and joy!” (LA Weekly). Appropriate for all ages.


January 23, 2013 at 7:30pm: *_*Shirley Valentine*_

By Willy Russell

A Laurence Olivier Award winner for Best New Comedy in 1988 and Tony Award nominee for Best Play. This one-woman show is filled with gems of wisdom, a good dose of laughter and a lot of poignancy. The story follows a middle-aged Liverpool housewife who finds herself in the rut of her dull daily life and in a loveless relationship. When her best friend wins a trip for two to Greece, she packs her bags, leaves a note on the kitchen table, and sets off on a _M__amma Mia_-style adventure in search of her own life and soul. Heather Hawkins will return to ArtsWest to play the title role. Appropriate for ages 14 and older.

March 13, 2012 at 7:30pm: Next Fall

By Geoffrey Nauffts

Ben Brantley (New York Times) called Next Fall an “artful, thoughtful and very moving story.” Luke believes in God. Adam believes in everything else. It’s an examination of faith and love, and the ups and downs of a couple’s five-years together — with sharp humor and unflinching honesty. And when an accident changes everything, Adam must turn to Luke’s family and friends for support … and answers. “It contains the kind of quips that prompt not one but two waves of laughter. This is rare.” (David Finkle, Huffington Post). 2010 Tony Award nominee. Appropriate for ages 16 and older.


May 1, 2013 at 7:30pm: *_*33 Variations*_

By Moises Kaufman

“Not to be missed,” said New York Magazine. A mother coming to terms with her daughter. A composer coming to terms with his genius. And even though they’re separated by 200 years, these two people share an obsession that might, even just for a moment, make time stand still. Drama, memory and music combine to transport you from present-day New York to nineteenth-century Austria in this extraordinary American play about passion, parenthood and the moments of beauty that can transform a life. Nominated for 5 Tony Awards. Appropriate for ages 16 and older.

<em>Hansel & Gretel</em> Pacific Northwest Ballet: <em>Director's Choice</em> <em>Gypsy</em> <em>Cirque du Soleil: LUZIA</em> <em>The 39 Steps</em> <em>Askew</em>