The Student Newspaper of Lakeside School

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The Student Newspaper of Lakeside School

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The Student Newspaper of Lakeside School

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Calendar

Category Event Description Location/Platform Cost Date
Arts Back Home* Paradice Avenue Souf and the Wing Luke Museum collaborate to explore the intersection of Black and Brown communities in Seattle and worldwide, across time Wing Luke Museum, 719 S. King Street, Seattle $12.50 Students
$18.95 Students (Guided Tour) $25-$56 $10-$50 $15-$55
9/25/22-March 2023 1/25-2/25 1/27-2/19 2/5, 2/11
Arts A Woman of No Importance by Oscar Wilde* Join this charming, comedic classic from Oscar Wilde as Gerald grapples with a newly-unveiled scandal as he celebrates his new position with the notorious Lord Illingworth Taproot Theatre Company, 204 North 85th St, Seattle $12.50 Students
$18.95 Students (Guided Tour) $25-$56 $10-$50 $15-$55
9/25/22-March 2023 1/25-2/25 1/27-2/19 2/5, 2/11
Arts This Bitter Earth* Jesse, an introspective black playwright, finds his choices called into question when his boyfriend, Neil, a white BLM activist, calls him out for his political apathy Seattle Public Theater at the Green Lake Bathhouse, 7312 West Green Lake Drive North, Seattle $12.50 Students
$18.95 Students (Guided Tour) $25-$56 $10-$50 $15-$55
9/25/22-March 2023 1/25-2/25 1/27-2/19 2/5, 2/11
Music SRJO Plays Charles Mingus* Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra continues its recognition of the 100th birthday of the legendary composer, bassist, band leader, and civil rights advocate Charles Mingus 1/5: Kirkland Performance Center, 350 Kirkland Ave, Kirkland
1/11: Benaroya Hall, 200 University Street, Seattle
$12.50 Students
$18.95 Students (Guided Tour) $25-$56 $10-$50 $15-$55
9/25/22-March 2023 1/25-2/25 1/27-2/19 2/5, 2/11
Music Steve Lacy Give You The World Tour with Fousheé 24-year-old Lacy presents Gemini Rights, an album produced, and played almost entirely by him and a considerable leap forward for an already cultually-established artist Showbox SoDo, 1700 1st Avenue South, Seattle $35.50+ 2/12
Music My Heart is a River* This concert features Freida Abtan’s music, which uses spectral processing to transform the cello’s sounds into immersive media choreography Benaroya Hall, 200 University St, Seattle $30 2/24
Music Community Concert in Rainier Valley* The Seattle Symphony performs a free community concert of new and celebrated music with the Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra’s MY Southeast program Aki Kurose Middle School Auditorium, 3928 S Graham St, Seattle Free 2/24
Music Mesoamerica Illuminated | National Geographic Live* Join art historian and microarcheologist Dr. Diana Magaloni-Kerpel as she studies millennia-old murals and sculptures throughout Mexico and Central America Benaroya Hall, 200 University St, Seattle $30-$50 2/26-2/28
Performance Lakeside Middle School Musical: Xanadu Jr. This send-up of the 1980 cult classic starring Olivia Newton John and Gene Kelly follows Clio and her fellow muses of ancient Greek myth into 1980s Venice Beach, California Evans Theater, Lakeside School Free 2/15-2/16
Performance Genre Box: Improv with Style* This Genre Box event takes a single story from the audience and then ask them to decide what genre or style they should be performing The Market Theater, 1428 Post Alley, Seattle $15 1/29, 2/5, 2/12
Performance An Incomplete List of All the Things I’m Going to Miss When the World is No Longer:​* This electro-synth musical follows a group of queer friends and lovers, deciding the only reasonable thing to do at the end of the world would be to gather together for one last rager Theatre Off Jackson, 409 7th Avenue, Seattle $1-$50 1/27-2/11
Performance Giselle* Follow our protagonist as she navigates a sisterhood of spectral maidens and comes to terms with her own untimely death, represented through classic choreography Pacific Northwest Ballet, 301 Mercer Street, Seattle $30-$195 2/3-2/12
Performance Ranee and Aparna Ramaswamy’s Fires of Varanasi: Dance of the Eternal Pilgrim* Ranne and Aparna Ramswamy honor immigrant experiences of life and death, presenting a ritual where time is suspended and humans merge with the divine Meany Center for the Performing Arts, 4040 George Washington Lane Northeast, Seattle $48-$60 2/9-2/11
Performance The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie* Gossip, blackmail, betrayal, and two deaths unsettle the peaceful English village of King’s Abbot. Infamous detective Hercule Poirot is pulled out of retirement to solve the case The Center Theatre at the Armory, 305 Harrison St, Seattle Center $20-$65 2/8-3/5
Performance The Sign In Sidney Brunstein’s Window* Intiman Theatre and The Williams Project presents an award-winning work by Lorraine Hansberry (“A Raisin in the Sun”), the first Broadway play to be written by a Black woman Erickson Theatre, 1524 Harvard Ave, Seattle $5-$80 2/7-2/25
Culture Reginald Dwayne Betts: In‑Person & Online* Reginald Dwayne Betts is an award-winning author, poet, lawyer, and outspoken advocate for criminal justice reform, and thus challenges our notions of justice Town Hall Seattle—The Great Hall, 1119 8th Ave,
Seattle
In-person: $10-$80
Remote: $10-$100
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