Kirkland >Kirkland Performance Ctr
I think it might be Broadway............ This is a perfect place to watch a play. You feel like you are at a Broadway Play without all the craziness. You will not be disapointed
The Eastside catchall for music, dance, theater and culturally diverse offerings..
Located in a downtown Kirkland Park near the waterfront, this theater opened in June 1998 and is the newest addition to the Eastside's cultural renaissance. Since there's no mind-numbing commute across the car-clogged bridges to Seattle simply to "get culture," the Center sells itself as the "Eastside's Bridge to the Performing Arts." The 402-seat theater is spacious, yet retains an intimate feeling. The farthest seat is just 13 rows from the stage and the steep rake provides excellent sight lines throughout the theater.
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Its diverse 2000-2001 season ranges from legendary jazz trumpet man, Clark Terry, to the Seattle Children's Theatre and the ancient musical ritual of Tibetan Monks, who will create a Mandala Sand Painting--which takes millions of grains of sand--during their visit to the Center.
small and intimate.
If you can see someone you like here, you'll be SOOO happy! This is a great theatre. Coming from LA, I wasn't sure what to expect. The Kirkland Center is small and intimate, but still professional and accomodating.
There are only 13 rows in this theatre, so there LITERALLY isn't a bad seat in the house.
** The easiest way to get here from Seattle is the bus. Even being from out of town, it was a simple one bus route, for $3...instead of a $40 cab ride. Call up the metro and give it a try. I was pleasantly surprised.
**PS. Check at the Pike market. there is a guy in a booth selling tickets to varrious attractions, you can get your same day tickets here 1/2 price. I found this out too late! :(
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