The Student News Site of Lakeside School

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The Student News Site of Lakeside School

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The Student News Site of Lakeside School

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Calendar

Category Event Description Location/Platform Cost Date
Arts From Dawn to Dusk: Nordic Art from Sweden’s National Museum 56 paintings from Denmark, Norway, and Sweden portray the final, pivotal decades of the 19th century through scenes of everyday life, portraits, and landscapes. National Nordic Museum, Seattle $20 2/19-7/17
Arts Our Blue Planet Artists from 618 AD to today and across continents explore how art helps us understand the significance of water Seattle Art Museum, Seattle $19.99 for Students (incl. gen admission) 3/18-5/30
Arts 20 Under 20 This feature of twenty artists under twenty years stars some of the best talent around the Puget Sound, including Sam K. ‘23, Henry R. ‘23, Sydney Y. ‘22, and Kaitlyn C. ‘24 Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue $8 Age 7-17 5/6-10/02
Performance Sweat This powerful Pulitzer Prize-winning play takes us to the forgotten industrial heart of America, where old friends struggle to survive an economy that pits them against each other Allen Theatre at ACT, Seattle $27-$84 4/29-5/22
Performance Two Mile Hollow Join an all-AAPI cast playing the Donnelys – a very white family with very white problems – as they share secrets and drink one last time in their Hamptons estate before it is sold Intiman Theatre, Seattle $5 Students; $35-$75 General 5/4-5/14
Performance Matilda Based on Roald Dahl’s classic, Lakeside Drama presents a story of Matilda helping children regain their enthusiasm to learn in the face of the authoritarian Ms. Trunchbull St. Nicholas Auditorium, Seattle Free 5/19-5/21
Performance Upper School Jazz and Concert Band Lakeside bands will present “Band Celebration,” playing music from Duke Ellington to Percy Grainger St. Nicholas Auditorium, Seattle Free 5/23
Performance Upper School String Orchestra and Upper School Choir, Middle School 7/8 Orchestras Join this spring concert for Tchaikovsky, Bologne, and “La La Land,” with choir selections from Hungary, Peru, Sweden and pop and Broadway tunes St. Nicholas Auditorium, Seattle Free 5/24
Performance Arts Fest 2022 An evening of Lakeside art, drama, and music boasts three venues and an array of fantastic performances and gallery exhibits St. Nicholas Auditorium, Seattle Free 5/25
Performance Drama IV Showcase This culmination of seniors’ commitment to drama presents scenes, monologues, and short plays that challenge and allow them to celebrate their love of theater and each other St. Nicholas Auditorium, Seattle Free 6/1
Culture Teen Action Fair 2022: Re-Imagine A space to collaborate with organizations to make a difference, the theme of “Re-imagine” focuses on youth mental health, racial equality, and climate change. Zoom, Instagram Live Free 5/14
Culture How Latina/Latino Representation Can Improve Democracy Professor Maria Chávez investigates underrepresentation of Latines and how to move toward a more inclusive society and a healthier multiracial democracy Online, humanities.org Free 5/25
Fashion Oddities This culmination of Grace H. ‘22’s work from this year showcases knits and jewel tone pieces. Inspiration for this show comes from anatomy diagrams and various metals. Pigott Arts Center, Seattle Free 5/31