Dance to the Music of the Forest

Join our 1st outdoor community dance with friends and family of all ages. Dance to the music of trees singing in real time. A special device, called Plants Play, converts the tree’s electric signals into notes; the music will be amplified for dancers and audience alike. FREE and donations are appreciated.

The 19th Annual IN THE SPIRIT Arts Market and Northwest Native Festival

The IN THE SPIRIT Arts Market and Northwest Native Festival is an annual summer celebration of Native arts and culture. The festival offers a variety of activities for all ages, including art exhibitions, a fashion show at the Tacoma Art Museum, live performances, artisan vendors, interactive activities, and food. This free community event is hosted …

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Fall Arts Walk Registration – Artists and Hosting Locations

Arts Walk invites artists and performers of all art forms and their host locations to register as participants for fall Arts Walk 2024, October 4 & 5. Arts Walk is a community-wide celebration of the arts that happens in partnership with local businesses and organizations. Participation is simple: between now and July 15 (although earlier …

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First Date, the Musical

First Date, the Musical by Austin Winsberg Music & Lyrics by Alan Zachary & Michael Weiner Directed by Jeanette Sanchez March 29 – April 21, 2024 When blind date newbie Aaron is set up with serial-dater Casey, a casual drink at a busy New York restaurant turns into a hilarious high-stakes dinner. This show is the ideal …

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Family Masquerade Dance

Come boogie with us for a night of fun with the whole family while supporting a great cause! South Sound Dance Access is a non-profit arts education and access organization. We believe dance is for everyone and that movement is medicine! We are on a mission to foster a healthy and resilient community in the South Puget …

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A Tale of Two Nutcrackers

Both the Studio West Dance Theatre production, opening Nov. 24, and the Ballet Northwest version, opening Dec. 8, are beloved traditions. Studio West first performed the ballet in 2009, and the venerable Ballet Northwest premiered its version in 1983. “There’s always a buzz around The Nutcracker,” said Stephanie Wood-Ennett, the co-director of Studio West. “So many people feel that their holiday is not complete without it.”

Arts Walk 2023 Film and Dance

Indicative of the vast art and entertainment to be found at Arts Walk, check out the OlyFilm and OlyAct film demo where You’re the Star!

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