Ira Glass dances (no, really) onto the Paramount stage in 2015.

With the Paramount, Moore, and Neptune Theatres under its dominion, Seattle Theatre Group plays a vital role in keeping Seattle entertained. Expanding on the previously announced Broadway at the Paramount season, STG has revealed the comedy, concerts, dance, and other interesting offerings of its 2014–15 performance season lineup. The most intriguing performances on the schedule are atypical hybrid works. Three Acts, Two Dancers, One Radio Host, synthesizes dancing by Monica Bill Barnes and Anna Bass with radio reads from Ira Glass. In Wordless!, Maus creator Art Spiegelman's discusses comics and concepts of art while jazz composer Phillip Johnston provides live instrumental backing. On "The Edible Inevitable Tour," Food Network's Alton Brown mixes food experimentation, comedy, and his own songs.

The 2014–15 STG season features plenty of non-genre bending options as well. The diverse slate of comedy includes improv from Whose Line Anyway?, standups ranging from goofy (Brian Regan) to irate (Lewis Black), magical humor via Penn and Teller, and doses of camp from John Waters and Dame Edna. MacArthur genus Kyle Abraham and Spectrum Dance Theater's reimagining of Carmina Burana highlight the dance offerings. The concerts on the calendar include three Seattle Rock Orchestra show (Neil Diamond, Beck, and the Police), 2Cellos' classically trained rock cello shredding, and the Jherek Bischoff-curated avant-garde Bang on a Can Marathon. Check out the full lineup below.

Subscription packages for STG's 2014–15 performance season (starting at a three-show commitment) are on sale now at stgpresents.org.

Seattle Theatre Group's 2014–15 Performance Season:

Comedy

Sept 13
- Brian Regan
Oct 11
- Whose Line Anyway?
Oct 25
- Paula Poundstone
Nov 1
- Lewis Black
Nov 7 - Penn and Teller
Dec 9 - A John Waters Christmas
Jan 15–18, 2015 - Dame Edna and Barry Humphries

Books & Talks

Oct 12
- Wordless!: Art Spiegelman and Phillip Johnston
Feb 21, 2015
- Alton Brown

Performance

Nov 7
- Global Party
Feb 5–8, 2015 - Circus Oz
Feb 14, 2015 - Jim Henson's Dinosaur Train Live!: Buddy's Big Adventure
Apr 11, 2015 - Three Acts, Two Dancers, One Radio Host: Ira Glass, Monica Bill Barnes, and Anna Bass

Dance

Mar 4 & 5, 2015
- Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Montion
Mar 5–7, 2015 - Mark Morris Dance Group
Apr 23–26, 2015 - Spectrum Dance Theater: Carmina Burana
July 10 & 11, 2015 - 17th Annual Dance This

Film

Oct 27
- The Phantom of the Opera (Trader Joe's Silent Movie Mondays)

Concerts

Nov 8
-Seattle Rock Orchestra Performs the Police
Nov 8
-Well-Strung
Feb 15, 2015
- Bang on a Can Marathon
Mar 7, 2015
- Seattle Rock Orchestra Performs Beck
Mar 14, 2015 - 2Cellos
Mar 20, 2015 - Starbucks Hot Java Cool Jazz
Mar 20, 2015
- Zakir Hussain's Celtic Connections
May 8, 2015
-14th Annual More Music at The Moore
May 9 & 10, 2015
- Seattle Rock Orchestra Performs Neil Diamond

Theater

Dec 2–7
- Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! the Musical
Jan 20–Feb 1, 2015 - Dirty Dancing
Feb 24–Mar 1, 2015 - Rogers and Hammerstein's Cinderella
Apr 30–May 10, 2015 - The Phantom of the Opera
July 8–Aug 2, 2015 - Wicked
Aug 18–23, 2015 - Pippin

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