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ArtsPage

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

February 4, 2013 at 7:30 AM

1 zom-rom-com, 5 concerts, and 10 other things to do this week

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(Rob Corddry, right, and Nicholas Hoult in “Warm Bodies.”/ AP Photo)

MOVIES

‘Warm Bodies’

Director Jonathan Levine’s smart and surprisingly sweet dramedy, based on a highly original novel by Seattle author Isaac Marion, tells a tale of forbidden love between a zombie (Nicholas Hoult) and human (Teresa Palmer). Now playing at several theaters. For Tom Keogh’s three-star review, go to www.seattletimes.com/movies.

TV

‘Smash’

The musical drama about staging a Broadway musical is back for a second season with new actors (Jennifer Hudson, Jeremy Jordan). Two-hour season premiere, 8 p.m. Tuesday on NBC.

‘Community’

The quirky comedy about a study group at a community college returns for a fourth season with the characters participating in a competition called “The Hunger Deans.” 8 p.m. Thursday on NBC.

FOOD

Brazilian Carnival party

Vessel, the downtown cocktail den, throws a Brazilian Carnival-inspired party with Cachaca cocktails and a menu of Brazilian bar food on Saturday night. Vessel, 624 Olive Way, Seattle (206-623-3325 or www.vesselseattle.com).

Speed Rack competition

Female bartenders from Seattle, Portland and Denver will compete in the regional Speed Rack, part of a national timed cocktail-making competition. Proceeds benefit breast cancer charities. Feb. 10 at the Century Ballroom, 915 E. Pine St. from 3-7 p.m. $20 ticket includes drinks and bar bites.

FESTIVALS, COMMUNITY

Lunar New Year Festival

The Lunar New Year Festival ushers in the Year of the Snake with dragon and lion dances, a food walk with a $2 tasting menu, a Children’s Costume Parade and live reptile show. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Hing Hay Park, 409 Maynard Ave. S., Seattle

POP MUSIC

fun.

Fun, period. This chipper New York band has certainly lived up to its name this year, snagging six Grammy nominations, including one for Best New Artist, thanks to the album “Some Nights” and its megahit, “We Are Young.” 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Paramount Theatre, Seattle.

Soundgarden

In its first Seattle show since the band’s rancorous 1997 breakup, Seattle grunge pioneers Soundgarden play two nights in a row to celebrate the songs of their reunion album, “King Animal,” as well as older classic. 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday at the Paramount Theatre, Seattle.

LITERARY EVENTS

Colleen McElroy

The Seattle poet and University of Washington professor emeritus reads from her collection “Here I Throw Down My Heart.” 7 p.m., Wednesday, Seattle Central Library; free.

THEATER

‘In the Book of …’

Mirror Stage presents a reading of John Walch’s work, which ties together “war, immigration and their political and personal impact” while echoing themes from the Old Testament’s Book of Ruth. Suzanne M. Cohen directs the Northwest premiere. 8 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Feb. 10, Ethnic Cultural Theatre, Seattle; $10 admission Saturday, $8 on Feb. 10.

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(Corey Spruill, left, Hannah Mootz and Brandon Ryan in “A Behanding in Spokane” at Theater Schmeater./Dave Hastings)

‘A Behanding in Spokane’

The saga of a missing hand held hostage and the man who desperately wants it back plays out in Martin McDonagh’s dark comedy. Through Feb. 23, Theater Schmeater, 1500 Summit Ave., Seattle; $15-$18 (800-838-3006 or www.brownpapertickets.com).

CLASSICAL MUSIC

Juilliard String Quartet

The legendary chamber ensemble comes to Seattle for the first time in two decades. This will be the last tour for violist Samuel Rhodes, who’s retiring after being with the quartet since 1969. Works by Mozart (String Quartet in D Major, K 575 — the first of his “Prussian” quartets) and Beethoven’s String Quartet in C Sharp Minor, Op. 131 (one of his late genre-stretching works) are on the program, along with Elliott Carter’s String Quartet No. 5. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Meany Hall, University of Washington, Seattle.

Seattle Modern Orchestra

The venturesome Seattle ensemble presents “Delirious Serialists!” — a program of works by 1950s avant-garde composers Bruno Maderna, Luigi Nono and Pierre Boulez. Guest stars include flutist Paul Taub, guitarist Michael Nicolella, violist Heather Bentley and soprano Maria Mannisto. An experimental time is guaranteed for all. 8 p.m. Friday, PONCHO Concert Hall, Seattle. Tickets here.

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(Jennifer Koh/Juergen Frank photo)

Jennifer Koh

The wide-ranging violinist, fresh off an appearance with the New York Philharmonic, returns to Seattle with a program titled “Bach and Beyond Part II,” which connects the composer’s Sonata No. 1 and Partita No. 1 to works by Bartok and Phil Kline. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Town Hall Seattle.

DANCE

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago

The celebrated contemporary dance company presents “The Israeli Program”: two works created specifically for Hubbard Street by Ohad Naharin, director of Batsheva Dance Company, and Sharon Eyal/Gaï Behar, collaborative choreographers who also have a Batsheva connection. 8 p.m. Saturday, Paramount Theatre, Seattle.

VISUAL ARTS

Dan Webb lecture

The Seattle artist turns large — really large — chunks of wood into sculptures that contrast bulky natural beauty with fine woodcarving; a Seattle Times reviewer described a recent show of works as Webb leaving “most of his rough-hewn fir or maple as-is while carving exquisitely detailed human appendages that reach out or dangle from the crude, splintery hulks.” Webb will discuss his multifaceted work at 6 p.m. Monday at Pratt Fine Arts Center, Seattle; free.

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