Smorgasbord Wednesday

Whether you are a theater buff, bookworm, or a music lover, this Wednesday, April 23rd, is chalk-full with options that are LESS COST:


Bushwick Book Club is staging one of their amazing not-your-run-of-the-mill bookclub events at The Royal Room in Columbia City. The book that will inspire a range of local musicians to write and perform original songs is a Ballard writer’s (Molly Wizenberg) A Homeade Life. The book itself was inspired by blog posts about cooking and life so it comes as no surprise the the event will also have a meal you can purchase for $25. No worries if you do not want the meal as the event has NO COVER CHARGE but request you tip the musicians and purchase at least one drink (Proceeds from the evening go to support Bushwick Club’s educational programming).

Starts at 8 p.m.


Seattle Shakespeare Company is staging King Lear which is the “ultimate family drama matched by intense political intrigue”.

Pay-What-You-Can Performance at 7:30 p.m. at Cornish Playhouse*

*Tickets are sold on the day of the show starting at 6:30 p.m. on a first come, first served basis. 


Book-It Theater is staging a local author’s work, Truth Like the Sun, that focuses on the Space Needle and the 1962 World’s Fair.  The story follows “a smooth-talking young promoter who built Seattle’s most famous icon for the 1962 fair. Thirty-nine years later in the shadow of his Space Needle, the Seattle raconteur is a mayoral candidate dogged by a determined young reporter looking for long-buried dirt.”

Pay-What-You-Can Performance at 7:30 p.m. at Center House Theater*

*Tickets go on sale starting at noon the day of the performance—in person or by phone. Cash is preferred for at-the-door purchases. Credit or debit cards may be used, but require a minimum $10 per-ticket purchase.


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