Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events, Week of March 6

Posted on March 06, 2017, 10:50 pm
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March showers bring a whole lot of arts and cultural events in Seattle, hey oh! Let’s kick things off on Tuesday with a legendary film editor when Thelma Schoonmaker Presents: The King of Comedy at Seattle Art Museum. On Wednesday, Neumos is back online after eight weeks away for renovations with the Neumos Grand Opening Party. For the art-minded, Henry Art Gallery has something for you on Thursday when Lise Solskone speaks as part of their Critical Issues Lecture Series. On Friday, theater fans won’t want to miss opening night of Ionesco’s Macbett at The Ballard Underground. Saturday, head to MoPOP Sky Church for the Sound Off! 2017 Finals to see local musical acts battle it out for the top prize. Finally, take in a little literature with Seattle Town Hall when they present Stories From McSweeney’s Quarterly Concerns. This art and culture isn’t going to appreciate itself. Let’s Get Out! Seattle.

Tuesday, March 7

Thelma Schoonmaker Presents: The King of Comedy at SAM

Tuesday, march 7, 7:30-9:30pm

Thelma Schoonmaker Presents: The King of Comedy at SAM, March 7

Wednesday, March 8

Neumos Grand Reopening Party

Wednesday, March 8, 8pm

Free

Neumos Grand Reopening Party, March 8

Thursday, March 9

Critical Issues Lecture Series, Featuring Lise Soskolne

Reserve seats online. Free and open to the public.

Critical Issues Lecture Series, Featuring Lise Soskolne, March 9

Friday, March 10

Ghost Light Theatricals Presents: Eugène Ionesco’s MacBett

March 10-25

Get tickets online

Ghost Light Theatricals Presents: Eugène Ionesco’s Macbett, March 10-25

Saturday, March 11

MoPOP Presents: Sound Off! 2017

Tickets are $10 for MoPOP members and $14 for non-members

MoPOP Presents: Sound Off! 2017, March 11

Sunday, March 12

Town Hall Seattle Presents: Stories From ‘McSweeney’s Quarterly Concerns’

Sunday, March 12, 2pm

Tickets are $13 / $10 for Town Hall members

Town Hall Seattle Presents: Stories From ‘McSweeney’s Quarterly Concerns,’ March 12

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