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Early Bird Pricing For SIFF 2018

January 1 - April 13

Seattle International Film Festival 2018 will be here before you know it. The programming is still being decided, but one thing is for sure: SIFF will still be the largest international film festival in North America. Members can get Early Bird pricing on passes and packages through April 13, so it's wise to buy now if you know you'll be attending screenings this year. (At the very least, it's good to make sure you get a SIFF membership, or renew it.) For Those Who Love A Party The Gala Pack is the way to go if you want to show up for the big parties. Early Bird pricing knocks off 20 bucks, so you can attend all three of the SIFF 2018 Gala film parties for $105. SIFF 2018 Opening Night Gala: May 17 SIFF 2018 Centerpiece Gala: TBA SIFF 2018 Closing Night Gala: June 10 For Those Who Love Surprises Get the Secret Festival Pass. SIFF includes four secret screenings, at 11am on each Sunday during the festival. Secret festival passholders don't know what's to come (or even where to be until they get a special announcement), but the programmers are keen to make it worth the surprise every... Read more »

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7:30 pm

Sara Porkalob’s “Dragon Baby” at 18th & Union

January 31 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
18th & Union Arts, 1406 18th Ave
Seattle,WA98122United States
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$15 – $25

We have a lot of great performers and storytellers in Seattle. What's rarer is finding both qualities in the same person, with natural charm to boot. Sara Porkalob is just that. She has been tearing it up in Seattle in recent years, acting in various productions and producing her own acclaimed Dragon Lady with Intiman last year. Her grandmother's outrageous stories provided the material for Dragon Lady, and in Dragon Baby she continues the familial saga, close to home. Porkalob is presenting an early short-run of this latest work, January 31 through February 3 at 18th & Union. For those who want a truly intimate theatre experience with one of the region's brightest emerging talents, this is a must-see. From 18th and Union: How does a Dragon earn her wings? Five year old Sara Lee and her lesbian mother set out for the cold, barren land of Alaska to live on a gay, hippie commune. Painfully shy and ashamed of her scaly skin, she wants nothing more than for things to go back to the way they were: Why did they have to leave Bremerton and their family behind? Who is mom’s new girlfriend? What is a drag queen? A... Read more »

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