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At STG we are all about bringing you and the arts together for an unforgettable (and hopefully enriching) experience. You won't believe how easy it can be to share your favorite shows with friends, an organization, clients, and students, or other groups. We invite you and your group of 10 or more to join us for an incredible engagement with the arts and some distinctive VIP perks.

As a group you enjoy these special benefits:

· Deep discounts on select performances
· Significantly reduced fees
· Early access to preferred seating before tickets are sold at the box office
· Personal one-on-one service from someone who knows the show, the theatre and now you!
· Invitations to exclusive events

To get started please contact our Group Sales Department:
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These shows are excellent for groups (if you don't see a show you're interested in listed below, please call us):

15th Annual More Music @ The Moore

Friday, May 6, 2016 – The Moore Theatre - Save 15%!

MORE MUSIC @ THE MOORE features exceptional young musicians mixing up diverse music styles. The performance celebrates the rich musical talent of youth in our community and provides musicians, regardless of what style they play, the opportunity to make music together. This 15th annual pre-professional development program provides the musicians with creative group collaborations, mentorships from music industry professionals, production and promotional support, and the opportunity to perform live at The Moore Theatre. Past Music Directors have included Sheila E., Meshell Ndegeocello, Daniel Bernard Roumain and Michael Shrieve, to name a few.

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Live Music, Young Musicians, International, Community


Seattle Rock Orchestra performs Neil Diamond

Saturday, May 7 and Sunday, May 8, 2016 – The Moore Theatre - Save 10%!

This Mother's Day, SRO celebrates the man, the myth, the legend: Neil Diamond. With a career spanning over 50 years, 30 studio albums, dozens of hits and over 125 million record sales, Diamond is undoubtedly a monolithic figure in music history. Riding the line between sincere artistry and pure camp (and crossing it again, and again) Diamond's songs have etched themselves permanently in our collective cultural memory. SRO will explore Diamond's entire catalogue, performing hidden gems and revered hits alike, including 'Cherry, Cherry,' 'Sweet Caroline,' 'Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon,' 'I'm A Believer,' 'Cracklin' Rose,' and many more.

Seattle Rock Orchestra (SRO) was born out of the desire to marry the unabashed performance energy of rock'n'roll with the broader palette of musical nuances treasured in classical music. With a 50+ piece orchestra complete with strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, choir and a rotating cast of guest vocalists, SRO is embarking on its fifth full season of programming.

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Live Music, Pop Culture, Neil Diamond


Sound Opinions Live

Friday, May 13, 2016 – The Neptune Theatre - Save 15%!

Join Sound Opinions hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot for Sound Opinions Live. It's what you love about the radio show, podcast and website, but up close and in-person: Music news, conversation, debate and a special live interview and performance with Seattle grunge stalwarts, Mudhoney.

This event is presented with support from the Goose Island Beer Company & KUOW.


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Speaking Engagement, Podcast


Tanya Tagaq presents Nanook of the North

Tuesday, May 17, 2016 – The Neptune Theatre - Save 15%!

TANYA TAGAQ’S music isn’t like anything you’ve heard before. Unnerving and exquisite, Tagaq’s unique vocal expression may be rooted in Inuit throat singing but her music has as much to do with electronica, industrial and metal influences as it does with traditional culture.

This Inuk punk is known for delivering fearsome, elemental performances that are visceral and physical, heaving and breathing and alive. Her shows draw incredulous response from worldwide audiences, and Tagaq’s tours tend to jump back and forth over the map of the world. From a Mexican EDM festival to Carnegie Hall, her music and performances transcend language.

With this project, Tagaq, a Polaris Music Prize winner and two-time Juno Award nominee, reclaims the controversial 1922 silent film Nanook of the North. Nanook of the North is considered the world's first major work of non-fiction filmmaking, yet it is rife with contradictions. The film portrays the lives of an Inuk family in Arctic Canada. Its director, Robert Flaherty, lived and worked with Inuit for years, but still included staged scenes of buffoonery and feigned Inuit ignorance of modern accouterments.

Tanya Tagaq in concert with Nanook of the North was commissioned by TIFF Bell Lightbox as part of its film retrospective, First Peoples Cinema: 1500 Nations, One Tradition.
Nanook of the North film is used courtesy of The Flaherty.

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Live Music, International, Film



Tuesday, May 31 - Sunday, June 12, 2016 – The Paramount Theatre - Save 10%!

It began as one man's story… became everyone's music… and is now Broadway's musical. MOTOWN THE MUSICAL is the true American dream story of Motown founder Berry Gordy’s journey from featherweight boxer to the heavyweight music mogul who launched the careers of Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Smokey Robinson and many more. Motown shattered barriers, shaped our lives and made us all move to the same beat. Now, experience it live on stage in the record-breaking smash hit MOTOWN THE MUSICAL!


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Silent Movie Mondays - Flapper Era Series

Mondays, June 13, 20 and 27, 2016 – The Paramount Theatre - Save $1!

Fun and frolic are in store for June 13, 20 and 27 when leading ladies from the Flapper Era and Jazz Age strut their stuff on the screen. In the works are Cecil B. DeMille’s Chicago (1927) starring Phyllis Haver as Roxie Hart. Screenwriter Frances Marion coined the phrase in the first appearance of a flapper starring legendary Ziegfeld Follies performer Olive Thomas in The Flapper (1920). Charming Colleen Moore stars in the newly restored Why Be Good (1929). With bobbed hair and short skirts, the brash and brave Flappers of the Roaring 20’s listened to jazz music and danced the night away. Unleash your inner Flapper by coming to The Paramount in vintage 20’s attire for a costume parade, have a photo-op in an antique car and take pre-film Charleston lessons in the lobby. All films will be accompanied by the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ.

CineClub will follow each film in the Paramount Lobby bar.

Silent Film, Film, Live Music, History


Gregory Porter

Friday, June 17, 2016 – The Moore Theatre- Save 15%!

Singer/songrwriter/entertainer GREGORY PORTER brings his group of fine improvisers for a lyrical and inspirational evening of jazz and 70’s inspired soul songs. Hot off the release of his Blue Note debut, Liquid Soul, the acclaimed young vocalist won the 2014 Grammy for best jazz vocal album and is heralded as “the next great male jazz singer” by NPR Music.

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Live Music, Jazz



18th Annual DANCE This

Friday, July 8 & Saturday, July 9, 2016 – The Paramount Theatre - Save 15%!

DANCE THIS is STG’s most beloved dance program and is possibly the most intense, bringing together scores of teen and community performers from varying experiences to share their culture through the art of dance. Celebrating 18 years of collaboration, performers get the unique opportunity to work with each other and with renowned International dance artists for an experience that increases professional acumen and makes lasting memories. Past guest artists have included Broadway professionals, New York and L.A. award winning dancers, the Joffrey Ballet, and Savion Glover to name a few.

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Dance, International, Community



Mark Your Calendar!

Tickets for the 2016-17 Season will go on-sale to our Corporate and Community Partners on Wednesday, July 6th.


Plus more shows from our upcoming Fine Arts Season!


2015-16 Season Sponsors