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A way to keep up with Seattle theaters, concert halls, galleries, museums and other fine-arts events.

January 20, 2012 at 6:20 PM

Some Seattle shows, venues re-opening

It’s Friday, and a few weather-related cancellations of events and venues have been announced. Meanwhile, other shows — like the equine extravaganza “Cavalia” — are opening or re-opening tonight. Refresh this post throughout the day for updates.

OPEN

ArtsWest: The performance of the play “All Through the Night” will go on Friday night. Go here for tickets and info.

“Cavalia.” After postponing its local premiere for two days, “Cavalia” will canter into King County’s Marymoor Park, in Redmond, Friday night. Here are details for ticket-holders, straight from the presenter: “All purchased tickets for Wednesday evening’s performance have been automatically transferred to a new show (…) Sunday, January 22 at 7 p.m. If you purchased tickets or were confirmed yesterday for Friday’s show, we will see you this evening. Doors open at 6 p.m., curtain at 8 p.m.”

Jazz Alley. The Alley is back in business, with one show Friday night instead of its usual two. Starting at 7:30 p.m., it’ll be a longer-than-customary set (90 minutes), featuring Jeff Lorber. Jazz Alley website is here.

Pacific Science Center. It reopens at 11:30 today. PacSci urges you to visit its butterfly house, where it is “a balmy 80 degrees.” Info here.

Seattle Art Museum. All three locations are re-opening today — downtown, Volunteer Park and the Olympic Sculpture Park. Info is here.

Village Theatre: Friday night’s performance of “The Odd Couple” will go on at 8 p.m. Show details here.

CLOSED

Eastside Jazz Club. A planned Friday-night concert has been canceled. Info here.

Frye Art Museum: It’s closed Friday. Go to the Frye’s website for snow closure updates.

The Neptune. Kyle Cease’s Friday night appearance has been moved to Friday, Feb. 10. All previously purchased tickets will be honored on the new dates. For info, go to Seattle Theatre Group’s website.

Mara Gearman and Friends: The performance with Gearman, Paul Taub and others planned at Cornish on Friday night is canceled. Ticket buyers will be contacted; questions before then can be directed to 206-726-5030.

Neumos. The Youth Lagoon show, earlier rescheduled from Jan. 19 to Jan. 23, has now been canceled. See Neumos’ site for info.

Whidbey Island Center for the Arts: All weekend workshops and performances are canceled. For updates, go here.


THURSDAY CLOSURES
Burke Museum: The museum is closed Thursday. Check here for updates about the museum and all UW campus activities/facilities.
“Cavalia” : Thursday night’s performance is canceled. All ticketholders for Wednesday’s show, who were rescheduled for the Thursday night show, will have their tickets automatically transferred to a new show added to the schedule, 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 22. Check the website for update.
Cornish College of the Arts: The opening reception for the 2012 Faculty Art Show has been postponed until 5 p.m. Jan. 25. Exhibition details here.
Elliott Bay Book Co.: Thursday’s reading by Thomas Frank (“Pity the Billionaire”) is canceled. Details here.
Experience Music Project/Science Fiction Museum: The museum is closed Thursday. “Go make some snowmen Daleks,” EMP Tweeted earlier. Updates here.
Frye Art Museum: It’s closed Thursday. Go to the Frye’s website for snow closure updates.
Henry Art Gallery: It’s closed Thursday. Go to the museum’s site for snow closure updates.
Jazz Alley. Thursday night’s shows, featuring Jeff Lorber Fusion, have been canceled. Look for updates here.
The Neptune: Jeff Ross’s planned Thursday-night performance at The Neptune has been postponed until Sunday, Feb. 19. And Kyle Cease’s Friday night appearance has been moved to Friday, Feb. 10. All previously purchased tickets will be honored on the new dates. For info, go to Seattle Theatre Group’s website.
On the Boards: Thursday’s performance of “Looking for a missing employee” is canceled. According to OtB, “We will be adding a Saturday, January 21, matinee at 4 pm. All of tonight’s (Thursday, January 19) ticketholders will automatically be switched into the matinee performance, but will have the opportunity to switch” to other dates as well. Details here.
Pacific Science Center: All exhibits and theaters are closed Thursday. See the center’s website for more details.
Patricia Cameron Gallery: The opening of “Resonance,” an exhibition of Leslie McKay’s drawings, has been postponed to next Thursday, Jan. 26. Read more about the show here.
Pierce County Library: It plans to open at 1 p.m. Thursday, but is monitoring the weather as the day unfolds. Library card holders may still use the online library.
Seattle Aquarium: Closed on Thursday. Updates will be posted on the website.
Seattle Art Museum: All three sites (downtown, sculpture park, Volunteer Park) are closed Thursday. Check SAM’s website or social media (Facebook, or Twitter @iheartSAM) for updates.
Seattle Public Library. All branches are closed today. Go to the library’s site for updates.
Seattle Repertory Theatre. Thursday’s performance of “How to Write a New Book for the Bible” is canceled. Updates here.
Seattle Shakespeare Company. Thursday night’s performance of “Coriolanus” is canceled. Patrons should call the box office at 206-733-8222 or email boxoffice@seattleshakespeare.org to reschedule tickets to one of the remaining performances through Jan. 29.
Seattle Symphony Orchestra: Thursday night’s “Masterworks” performance is canceled. Information on exchanging tickets is here.
Teatro ZinZanni. There will be no show Thursday. Info about ZinZanni’s inclement weather policy is here.
Third Place Books. Thursday night’s reading by Judith Barnes Baker (“Nourished”), in Lake Forest Park, is canceled.
Tractor Tavern: Thursday night’s show by the Milk Carton Kids is canceled. Info here.
University Book Store: A Thursday-night reading by Ayad Akhtar (“American Dervish”) has been canceled. For info, go to the bookstore’s site.
UW World Series: The UW campus has shut down, so Trio con Brio’s planned Wednesday-night performance at Meany Hall was canceled. Ticketholders are encouraged to call the UW ticket office at 206-543-4880 beginning at 11 a.m. Friday to request refunds or exchanges. You must make your request by Feb. 15.
Village Theatre. Thursday’s performance of “The Odd Couple” is canceled. Information here.
West of Lenin: Due to an emergency, the premiere of Tommy Smith’s “White Hot” has been postponed and will officially open on Jan. 27. Ticket info here.
Woodland Park Zoo: The zoo is closed Thursday. Look for updates on the zoo site.

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