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Adult Swim hits the road and brings its absurd late night comedy to CenturyLink Field with the Adult Swim Drive-In.

Wed, Sept 14
The IF Project
Looking for an emotional cry or two and don’t mind if an SPD officer guides you to the tears? Then The IF Project might be for you. The documentary details the creation and implementation of The IF Project, a writing program at the Washington Correction Center for Women that asks inmates to ponder if there was something specific that could’ve helped them not end up behind bars. Stretching over more than seven years, the doc focuses on SPD detective Kim Bogucki who planted the idea for the program that became a reality when inmate Renata Abramson started collecting her peers’ letters for Bogucki. Viewers witness numerous emotional releases for these women that have pent up their feeling for years. And while the film follows certain inmates paths through the program and back into civilian life, it doesn’t shy away from showing that sometimes well-intentioned letter writing isn’t enough to fix some broken people. After premiering at SIFF 2016, The IF Project makes it’s televised premiere on Logo. Televised on Logo

Thur, Sept 15
Adult Swim Drive-In
Insomniacs and late night stoners, rejoice! Adult Swim—cable TV’s premiere purveyor of non-kiddie cartoons and absurdist and anti-comedy—brings its traveling roadshow to CenturyLink Field for a night of unaired episodes (including pilots and specials) projected on a 40-foot inflatable screen, plus games, trivia, food trucks (with free vouchers for early arrives), and more. CenturyLink Field, Free

Sept 15–24
SketchFest Seattle
Sketch often feels like the forgotten hyper niche in the Seattle comedy scene, buried well below standup and improv. Thankfully, SketchFest allows the form a chance to flourish. Groups from Los Angeles, Toronto, Montreal, Olympia, and Winnipeg join 22 local acts to deliver gut-busting punches of short-form hilarity. Pocket Theater and Annex Theatre, $10–$15

Fri, Sept 16
Friday Night Vibes: Frozen Sing-Along
The Seahawks aren’t and Sounders aren’t the only reason to visit CenturyLink Field. On Friday nights, the stadium’s North Plaza transforms into the city’s biggest patio for entertainment-packed evenings. Bring the kids this week, as the evening features a sing-along screening of the Disney mega hit Frozen and photo ops with costumed princesses. There’s also a beer garden and tunes by DJ Ramos to keep the older crowd entertained with a happy hour before the movie gets underway. CenturyLink Field, Free

Sat & Sun, Sept 17 & 18
Seattle Mini Maker Faire
If they build it, we will come. There’s great creative innovation to be found in those tinkering on a small, personal scale. EMP Museum’s Seattle Mini Maker Faire brings together over 120 makers from around the country to show off their creations in the fields of 3D printing, rocketry, interactive art, coding, robotics, and much more. Where else are you going to find a joystick-controlled couch on wheels, 3D photography, steampunk magic, and mech robot vehicles all under one roof? EMP Museum, $21

Thru Oct 1
Wedding Band: A Love/Hate Story in Black and White
The Intiman Theatre Festival continues its focus on plays by black American women with a production of Alice Childress’s Wedding Band: A Love Hate Story In Black and White.  The play follows a black seamstress (Julia) and a white baker (Herman) that fall in love and decide they want to try and get married in the Jim Crow South of 1918. Floyd and Delores Jones Playhouse at UW, $20–$40

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