The groundhog predicted six more weeks of winter (boo, hiss). Looking as far as this weekend, we predict fun (yay). Here are some ideas to get you started:
Breakfast and Bowl: On Saturday, each breakfast entree ordered in West Seattle Bowl’s Highstrike Grill qualifies the customer for two free games. Doors open at 9 a.m. Info here.
5th Avenue Theatre Community Day: Beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, watch a Chinese Lion Dance, take line-dancing lessons, learn songs from “Oklahoma!” (the 5th Avenue’s new show) and create a cowboy bandana — all for free at the downtown Seattle theater. Info here.
Movies, movies, movies: Four films open with a bang this weekend: The Oscar-nominated “A Separation,” plus “The Woman in Black,” “Big Miracle” and “Coriolanus.” Read the reviews here.
Plays, plays, plays: Seattle Public Theater tackles the Tom Stoppard classic “Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead” and Macha Monkey premieres Kristina Sutherland’s home-from-war story, “Thebes” (reviews here); Strawberry Theatre Workshop stages Theresa Rebeck’s haunting “The Bells.” (Review here.)
(West Seattle Bowl/Seattle Times; lion dancers/Greg Gilbert; Drew Barrymoore in “Big Miracle”/Universal Pictures; Alyssa Keene and Angela DiMarco in “Rosencrantz”/Paul Bestock)
Even more ideas, in the video posted here:
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