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Venue: Marion Oliver McCaw Hall, Seattle

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United States
ContainsTagney Jones Hall
Google maps47° 37' 28.542" N 122° 21' 3.336" W
December 2022
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SeattleThe Nutcracker

Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker
George Balanchine; Pacific Northwest Ballet; Ian Falconer; James F. Ingalls

SeattleSamson et Dalila

Saint-Saëns: Samson et Dalila
Ludovic Morlot; Seattle Opera; Yonghoon Lee; J'Nai Bridges; Greer Grimsley; Andrew Potter

SeattleRep 3: Giselle

Adam: Giselle
Jean Coralli; Jules Perrot; Peter Boal; Pacific Northwest Ballet

SeattleA Thousand Splendid SunsWorld premiere

Silver: A Thousand Splendid Suns
Viswa Subbaraman; Roya Sadat; Seattle Opera; Misha Kachman; Karin Mushegain; Maureen McKay; John Moore

SeattleRep 4: Boundless

Penny Saunders; Alejandro Cerrudo; Jessica Lang; Pacific Northwest Ballet

SeattleRep 5: A Midsummer Night's Dream

Mendelssohn: A Midsummer Night's Dream
George Balanchine; Pacific Northwest Ballet

SeattleLa traviata

Verdi: La traviata
Carlo Montanaro; Francesca Zambello; Seattle Opera; Peter J. Davison; Jess Goldstein; Mark McCullough; Vuvu Mpofu

SeattleRep 6: Worlds to Come

Edwaard Liang; Annabelle Lopez Ochoa; Kiyon Ross; Pacific Northwest Ballet
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Seattle Opera's L’elisir d’amore is a mostly lighthearted romp

Stephen Lawless' production of Donizetti’s whimsical comedy begins well and improves as it goes, with sparkling performances from an international cast.
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Seattle Opera's Figaro brims with rejuvenating comic energy

A light, amiable touch predominates in the Peter Kazaras production of Le nozze di Figaro, with a focus on the opera's impeccable comic pacing.

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Pacific Northwest Ballet is back with four contemporary works

Four works – one new, two older and a PNB premiere – display the company in all its imaginative versatility and fine technique.
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Orfeo ed Eurydice in Seattle... without the happy ending

Seattle Opera’s tiny Tagney Jones Hall hosts a new production of Gluck's opera, but without the happy ending he was forced to provide. 
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Seattle Opera rises from the ashes with La bohème

Colorful sets and lavish costumes greet Seattle audiences as live opera finally returns to the McCaw Hall. 
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Pacific Northwest Ballet closes its digital season by looking back

An assortment of oddments from the repertoire to honour seven departing PNB dancers.
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Two world premieres in Pacific Northwest Ballet's Rep 4

Two new works continue PNB's adventurous antidote to the loss of live performance. 
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Seattle Opera’s fast-track Don revealed in stark black and white

Cut-down Mozart meets monochrome cinema. This certainly won’t be the most sumptuous Don you’ll ever see, but it is committed, imaginative and admirably compact.
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