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This comedy theater is so called because of its location under Swannie's Sports Bar & Grill. The comedians here will keep you on the edge of your seats throughout the evening with the awesome comic. The Comedy Underground, is one of the best venues in the city where many comedians, now well-known, have performed and continue to perform. Once a week there's an Open Mic Night when amateur artists present their talent. Be sure to secure tickets beforehand, as this is a fun place visited by many.
Market Theater is a well-equipped, 230-seat venue, dedicated to the performing arts, and is managed by the company Unexpected Productions. This theater is tucked inside the Pike Place Market, so when you go shopping there you can catch a show at Market before heading home. The Market Theater hosts several events, award functions, film festivals and documentary screenings along with regular plays and comedy shows.
This chic gallery in the Pioneer Square was established in 1983 and is renowned for its contemporary artistic displays of national and local artists such as Susan Skilling, Jeffrey Simmons, Kerry James Marshall and Louise Bourgeois. A highly sought after venue by top artists as well as new ones, their thematic group shows are one of the best and well presented shows. Do check out the sculpture deck which is on the second level displayed outdoor. This is a must visit gallery if you can only fit in one gallery visit in your schedule.
These vessels cruise Lake Union, Elliott Bay, Lake Washington and Greater Puget Sound. The Royal Argosy Fine Dining Cruises take individual and corporate passengers around Elliott Bay while serving gourmet meals. The Locks Cruise goes from salt water to freshwater through the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks. Many tours offer mountain views. Call or check the website for current tour schedules, fares and departure points.
Since its conception in 1968 by Richard White, this acclaimed contemporary art gallery has changed hands as well as locations quite a few times. Currently located in the historic Pioneer Square and under the direction of Phen Huang from the Huang family of the Canadian Bau Xi Gallery, Foster/White is nestled in a century old building. The gallery has large ceilings, authentic wood beams and a huge space for exhibition. Foster/White Gallery is a member of the Seattle Art Dealers Association (SADA). Featuring over 40 local artists such as Will Robinson, Dale Chihuly, Eva Isaksen, Bobbie Burgers, Benjamin Moore, and Alden Mason who are known for their glass, sculpture and painting works. The gallery's austere white walls makes sure that your eyes will be drawn to the artworks and nowhere else.
The Underground Gallery by Malcolm Edwards is in the basement of the Grand Central Arcade Building in the iconic Pioneer Square. Having worked as a lawyer, Malcolm turned to professional fine art photography which was his true calling. The gallery though focuses in photography does have other artworks occasionally. You will find black and white and color photos which includes nudes, scenic Spain, rural eastern Washington and more. The gallery serves as a way of expressing his views through photography, which has turned into quite extraordinary art. Call ahead to confirm gallery times.