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Pantages Theater

901 Broadway, Tacoma, WA



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Tacoma Concert Band "Celebration: A Special Concert Honoring the Retirement of Robert Musser"


The Tacoma Concert Band proudly presents Celebration, A Special Concert Honoring The Retirement Of Robert Musser. This concert will feature some of Bobís favorite works, and the soloists will include long-time Tacoma Concert Band principals Lawrence Bradley, clarinet, and Morris Northcutt, cornet. The band will also present the world premiere of a new work by American composer Joseph Turrin.


• Sat 4/28/18 at 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Shadow Theatre Fireflies

Experimental/Perf. Art

An exciting journey into the world of shadows. Discover the beauty of storytelling through a fusion of shadow, color, shape and music. The Shadow Theatre Fireflies create machines, animals and trees, as well as human characters with their bodies in this breathtaking visual experience.


• Sun 4/29/18 at - 3:00 PM

David Sedaris

Solo Performance,Signing/Readings,Comedy

Tweaking the familiar until it warps; David Sedaris mines poignant comedy from his peculiar childhood in North Carolina, his bizarre career path, and his move with his lover to France. David Sedaris' wickedly witty observations of the ordinary-bizarre is always sure to deliver insights and laughs. One of six children in a second-generation Greek family, he grew up in Raleigh, NC. In 1977, he dropped out of Kent State University to hitchhike around the country. Aside from working as an elf, Sedaris has worked a number of charmingly quirky jobs such as a house painter, an apple picker, an aide in a mental hospital, a creative writing teacher at the Art Institute of Chicago, and an apartment cleaner. Sedaris made his comic debut recounting his strange-but-true experiences of being a Macy's elf, reading his "Santaland Diaries" on National Public Radio's Morning Edition in 1992. His sardonic humor and incisive social critique have made him one of NPR's most popular and humorous commentators. In 2001, he was named Humorist of the Year by Time magazine and received the Thurber Prize for American Humor. The author of "Barrel Fever" and "Holiday on Ice," as well as bestselling memoirs "Naked," "Me Talk Pretty One Day," "Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim," "When You Are Engulfed in Flames" and most recently, "Letís Explore Diabetes with Owls," his next book, "Theft by Finding," due out in the summer of 2017, will be a collection of his diaries.


• Sat 5/5/18 at - 7:30 PM

Dixie's Tupperware Party


This event entails a fabulous assortment of Tupperware ever sold on a theatre stage.


• Sun 5/6/18 at - 7:30 PM

Ira Glass


Ira Glass is the producer and host of Public Radio's Peabody award-winning "This American Life." Glass will tell stories about his enduring program, a combination of memoirs, monologues and documentary stories that first aired in 1995.


• Sun 6/24/18 at - 3:00 PM

Ira Glass: Seven Things I've Learned


Ira Glass started working in public radio in 1978, when he was 19, as an intern at NPRís headquarters in D.C. Over the next 17 years, he worked on nearly every NPR news show in nearly every production job: tape-cutter, desk assistant, newscast writer, editor, producer, reporter and substitute host. Glass moved to Chicago in 1989 and put "This American Life" on the air in 1995. It now has over 2.2 million listeners and 2 million downloads weekly, and has won all of the major broadcasting awards. In "Seven Things Iíve Learned," Glass will mix stories live onstage, using audio clips, music and video, for an inside glimpse into his wholly unique creative process.


• Sun 6/24/18 at - 3:00 PM