This isn't your average Elizabeth Bennet vs. Mr. Darcy narrative.

Mon, Nov 25 (thru Dec 8)
Pride and PrejuDICE
In this unconventional adaptation of Jane Austen’s romance about clashing wits in Regency England, each cast member memorizes the play’s entire script. Then each night the audience rolls dice to determine who plays which character. No two performances are quite the same, but a new perspective of classic theater is guaranteed. The Gilbert and Sullivan Society in the Crown Hill Center, $15–$25

Tue, Nov 26
Dangerous Products: In the Home and in Our Stomachs
You might want to reexamine your pantry contents after this seminar on the health misconceptions about everyday consumer products. Virginia Ng and David Frank debunk the radioactive, flammable, toxic truth behind things like Wi-Fi, artificial sweeteners, and fluoridated water. On the flip side, they’ll speak about blacklisted products that turned out just fine. PACCAR Theater, Pacific Science Center, $5

Tue, Nov 26
Thanksgiving Night Market
Cafe Flora, the city’s resident veggie hub, celebrates the arrival of its bakery spinoff the Flora Bakehouse with a night market. You can buy pies and savory baked goods, as well as local produce from Steel Wheel Farm, and Sea Wolf Bakers bread. Even the floral arrangements for your table are up for grabs. You can pre-order pies ahead of time to ensure you won’t leave empty handed. The market is free, but supplies are limited. Cafe Flora, Free

Wed, Nov 27
Romaro Franceswa
The church-raised Federal Way rapper, whose open and honest freestyling led him to a nationwide tour and the cover of City Arts magazine in 2016, fills the niche between hip-hop and gospel sermons. In the title track of his new EP, Kiss the Sky, he unapologetically documents his growing success in the Pacific Northwest. The Crocodile, $12–$15

Wed, Nov 27
Free Grilled Cheese at Ounces
West Seattle’s taproom and bar, Ounces, brings back free grilled cheese once again for, well, just the heck of it. The sandwiches come from Seattle Sourdough Baking Company and are available from 4 to 9pm alongside beer, cider, and wine on tap. Ounces, Free

Wed, Nov 27
Shuffle and Repeat: A Throwback '90s and '00s Dance Party
Time to pull out the velour track suits and low-rise jeans. Seattle DJ Collective—which includes JusMoni and Stas Thee Boss—brings on all the nostalgia as you dance to R&B and hip-hop hits from the likes of Mary J. Blige, Bobby Brown, and Usher. Chop Suey, $5–$10

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