Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter Photo by @iamsoupdumpling

On the two-year anniversary of George Floyd's murder—and just days following a horrific mass shooting in Buffalo—we must never lose sight of the need for justice for Black Americans.  Seattle Theatre Group remains committed to playing an active role in the movement for racial justice. Our organization would not be what it is today without Blac...

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Seattle Theatre Group unveils its 2022/2023 Performing Arts Series

2022/2023 Performing Arts Series From left: Las Cafeteras, Doug Letheren of Kidd Pivot; Michael Slobodian photo. Alexandra Hutchinson, Ingrid Silva and Daphne Lee. Rachel Neville photo  

Series subscriptions on sale now; single tickets available on June 13. Subscriptions begin at $75 at Seattle Theatre Group today unveils its 2022/2023 Performing Arts Season, a mix of dynamic dance, music and theater. Featured groups include Dance Theatre of Harlem with a program led by Black-women-artists, a perfor...

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STG celebrates Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month

Facebook-Page-Cover-modified From left to right: Priyal Sahai, Sinae Joy Cheh (right) with fellow performer, and Koh Casaba

May is Asian, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month. Here in the Pacific Northwest, our region would not be what it is today without Asian, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander artistry and cultures. A singular "AANHPI experience" does not exist. Rather, each person—each contribution, story, and ...

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Smokey Robinson stars alongside Seattle youth in STG's DOORS fundraiser

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Despite challenges of the global pandemic, Seattle Theatre Group has been hard at work this past year: creating a new spoken-word showcase for youth of color, producing online programming for more than 30,540 viewers and participants, and safely bringing a variety of musical, dance, and theatrical acts to the stage, including Black Violin, the Indi...

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