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  • Seattle Opera - The Barber of Seville

    Until May 19, 2024

  • Pacific Northwest Ballet - Coppelia

    May 31 - Jun 9, 2024

  • Lewis Black

    Nov 16, 2024

Seattle Opera - The Barber of Seville Poster

Seattle Opera - The Barber of Seville

Until May 19, 2024

The first in the trilogy starring the mischievous Count Almavira and his wily servant Figaro, enjoy this madcap comedy as the duo starts the adventure of wooing the witty and beautiful Rosina right out from under the nose of her minder, Dr. Bartolo. With devious disguises and meddlesome mishaps, the fate of the heart of this young girl is one thrilling and hilarious ride in this Seattle Opera production directed by Lindy Hume.

Pacific Northwest Ballet - Coppelia Poster

Pacific Northwest Ballet - Coppelia

May 31 - June 9, 2024

Perhaps one of the most cherished ballet staples of the modern repertory, Coppelia has it all - wit, whimsy, fantasy, and exquisite choreography. Don't miss the firm family favorite when it springs to life once more during Pacific Northwest Ballet's high-spirited production, coming to Seattle for 2024!

Lewis Black Poster

Lewis Black

November 16, 2024

The twice Grammy-winning Lewis Black is heading on his final stand-up comedy show, 'Goodbye Yeller Brick Road: The Final Tour.' Black is the perfect demonstration of that rare comic who can make you laugh while making compelling points about the absurdity of the world around you. Famed for his angry persona on both stage and cable, don't miss your chance to see the comedic legend live for his final tour!

McCaw Hall

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Seattle Center, 321 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109

  • Year opened: 1928
  • Capacity: 2,900
  • Concession stands
  • Merchandise booths
  • Disabled access
  • Air conditioning
  • In-house bar
  • Coat check

Originally opened in 1928 as the Civic Auditorium, (later renamed Seattle Opera House) McCaw Hall is home to the Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet. Owned by the city of Seattle, the building was rededicated to Marion Oliver McCaw, whose four sons donated $20 million to fund its first major renovation in 2003. Today a large range of events takes place at the Hall apart from the ubiquitous opera and ballet productions including concerts, comedy gigs and film premieres.

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