Weekend Zone: Dance, groundbreaking opera, and a unique haunted house

ArtZone host Nancy Guppy shared a number of current and upcoming arts and entertainment events guaranteed to enlighten, as well as entertain.

ArtZone host Nancy Guppy shared a number of current and upcoming arts and entertainment events guaranteed to enlighten, as well as entertain.

Catch ArtZone with Nancy Guppy, Friday nights at 8:00 pm on Seattle Channel

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Here are the events Nancy spotlighted this week: 

An exhibit of drawings by outsider artist Gregory Blackstock opens the newly minted “main lobby stairwell gallery” at the Washington Athletic Club.

Runs thru the end of November. CLICK HERE for more information

The Seattle Opera, in an effort to better serve the diverse communities of the Pacific Northwest, presents “As One”, a chamber opera that tells the story of a transwoman named Hannah.  This production will take place in the round at Washington Hall.

Runs November 11—19. CLICK HERE for more information

Renowned painter and choreographer Molly Scott and composer Jarrad Powell presents ‘The SOLO(s) Project’, 7 solo dances performed by 7 unique and compelling local dancers.

Runs November 3-6 at Velocity Dance Center. CLICK HERE for more information

Seattle Immersive Theatre presents “Harvest: Seattle’s Premiere Adult-only haunted house”. This 21 and older features a full bar, scantily clad actors, and lots of bloodcurdling screams.

Runs now thru October 31st. CLICK HERE for more information
 

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