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Subscriptions Now On Sale for SAL's 30th Anniversary Season!
04.24.17
Subscriptions Now On Sale for SAL's 30th Anniversary Season!

On April 25, 2017, SAL announced its exciting 2017/18 Season line-up at the Literary Arts Series event with Helen Oyeyemi. The upcoming season marks SAL's 30th Anniversary, and the programming will feature some familiar faces from the first 30 years, as well as a look-ahead to the literary luminaries of the coming decades. The Literary Arts Series at Benaroya Hall includes evenings with six groundbreaking authors including Colson Whitehead, Isabel Allende, and Viet Thanh Nguyen. The Poetry Series at McCaw Hall features six readings with masterful poets including Gregory Orr, Tyehimba Jess, and more!

 

2017/18 Literary Arts Series and Poetry Series subscriptions are now on sale. Create-Your-Own- Subscriptions will go on sale June 12, and single tickets will go on sale July 24. Sherman Alexie Loves and Women You Need to Know (WYNK) subscriptions will go on sale in the coming weeks.

 

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05.02.17
Carl Phillips
Poetry Series

Tue 7:30 PM \ McCaw Hall

Nesholm Family Lecture Hall
05.04.17
Women You Need to Know: Emily Nussbaum
SAL Presents

Thu 7:30 PM \ Town Hall Seattle
05.11.17
Sherman Alexie Loves: First Loves: Park, Schrag & Yapa
SAL Presents

Thu 7:30 PM \ Town Hall Seattle
05.17.17
The Moth Mainstage
SAL Presents

Wed 7:30 PM \ Benaroya Hall

S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium
05.23.17
A Conversation with Jeffrey Tambor
SAL Presents

Tue 7:30 PM \ Town Hall Seattle
05.24.17
WITS Year-End Readings & Celebrations: Elementary & Middle School
WITS

Wed 6:00 PM \ Seattle Public Library

Central (Downtown) Branch
05.25.17
WITS Year-End Readings & Celebrations: Middle School & High School
WITS

Thu 6:00 PM \ Seattle Public Library

Central (Downtown) Branch
10.09.17
Stephen (Steph) Burt
Poetry Series

Mon 7:30 PM \ McCaw Hall

Nesholm Family Lecture Hall
10.18.17
Ron Chernow
Literary\Arts Series

Wed 7:30 PM \ Benaroya Hall

S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium
11.13.17
A.E. Stallings
Poetry Series

Mon 7:30 PM \ McCaw Hall

Nesholm Family Lecture Hall
11.28.17
Isabel Allende
Literary\Arts Series

Tue 7:30 PM \ Benaroya Hall

S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium
05.23.17
Just Added: A Conversation with Jeffrey Tambor!

Join us Tuesday, May 23, 2017 at Town Hall for A Conversation with Jeffrey Tambor!


You know him from his breakout role as Hank Kingsley from The Larry Sanders Show, his outrageous turn as George Bluth on Arrested Development, and his Emmy Award-winning performance as Maura Pfefferman on Transparent. A Broadway star, a television legend, an accomplished screen actor whose singular wit and heartrending performances have been entertaining audiences for more than four decades, but the question remains: who is Jeffrey Tambor?

In his illuminating, often hilarious, and always unflinchingly honest book, Are You Anybody?: A Memoir, Tambor looks back at the key moments in his life that taught him about creativity and play and pain and fear. The son of what you might call “eccentric” Russian and Hungarian Jewish parents, Tambor grew up in San Francisco a husky kid with a lisp who suffered in his “otherness,” and found salvation in the theater.

Jeffrey Tambor is an accomplished actor known for his unforgettable comedic roles on HBO’s The Larry Sanders Show, the long-running Fox series Arrested Development, and the Golden Globe Award-winning Transparent, for which he has won Golden Globe and Emmy Awards. Tambor lives in Los Angeles, California.


Tickets include a copy of Tambor's new book Are You Anybody?: A Memoir.


Tickets and more information here

01.10.17
Camp WITS Registration NOW OPEN!

Camp WITS: Writers in the Summer 

July 24-28 & July 31-August 4, Grades 4-12

Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Camp WITS: Writers in the Summer returns for a second year of fun-filled creative writing featuring comics, fiction, poetry, and spoken word This year, camp will include two, one-week sessions held from 9:00 am-3:30 pm at The Center School in the Armory of the Seattle Center. Each day will include on-site guided writing time and field trips to the many art, park, and urban offerings surrounding Seattle Center! Taught by accomplished WITS Writers-in-Residence, youth will learn new ways to express their authentic voices while finding fun and joy in the writing process. Campers will make new friends and become part of a community of young writers from across the city. Camp concludes with celebratory readings open to family and friends.