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The irreverent Broadway smash hit The Book of Mormon will help kick off 2013 in hilarious style. January 8–20 at the Paramount Theatre.
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Wild rocker (and one of our favorite Seattle expats) Father John Misty returns for two shows in January: opening for the Walkmen on the 27th (sold out) and headlining the Neptune on the 29th.
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The Seattle Symphony takes its first ever crack at Messiaen's challenging Turangalîla Symphony when Morlot Conducts Messiaen at Benaroya Hall. January 31 & Feb 2.
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After being an artistic triumph for PNB in 2008, Roméo et Juliette returns to the McCaw Hall stage. February 1–10.
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Seattle grunge legends Soundgarden finally put out a new record in 2012 (King Animal) and return home to rock on February 7 & 8 at the Paramount Theatre.
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Majestic equestrian puppets come to life in the World War I drama War Horse. February 13–24 at the Paramount Theatre.
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From Mario to Mass Effect, video games have a history of being neglected as an art form. Explore the history of pixelated playable art when the Smithsonian's The Art of Video Games exhibition come to the EMP. February 15–May 12.
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Michael Chabon, the acclaimed author of Telegraph Avenue and The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, will speak at Seattle University’s School of Theology & Ministry on March 9.
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These days Mike Tyson's hits come on the stage instead of in the ring. The former boxing champ brings his Spike Lee-directed one-man show to the Paramount on March 14.
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Comedian Brian Regan has managed to become one of the best stand-up comics around while telling jokes that the whole family can enjoy. He performs at the Paramount Theatre on March 23.
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Seattle writer/director Lynn Shelton's latest film Touchy Feely centers on a massage therapist who develops a sudden aversion to bodily contact. The cast features Rosemarie DeWitt, Allison Janney, and Ellen Page, and premieres at the Sundance Film Festival.
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Sub Pop celebrates its 25th anniversary this summer. In addition to new releases by locals Mudhoney and Shabazz Palaces, we hear they're planning something really awesome to celebrate...
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Seattle Opera reprises the epic fantasy of Wagner's four-part Ring cycle. August 4–25.
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