Our first annual random, hastily-compiled, totally-not-comprehensive list of Seattle art we loved this year

Compiled by Teen Tix members and staff

Lucas M. loved A Tale of Two Cities at Seattle Children's Theatre.

Joseph P. loved Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto with Leonidas Kavakos at Seattle Symphony.

Leonidas Kavakos rocked

Brook W. loved Titus and A Cure for Pain both at Washington Ensemble Theatre.

Madeleine D. loved Merchant of Venice at Book-It Repertory Theatre.

Washington Ensemble Theatre makes really good plays (and pies)

Beth R. loved Mysterious Gifts at Seattle Children's Theatre and The Mistakes Madeline Made at Washington Ensemble Theatre.

Tucker C. loved Roméo et Juliette at Pacific Northwest Ballet.

Roméo et Juliette: oui, c'etais magnifique

Holly B. loved The 39 Steps at Seattle Rep.

Daniel S. loved Walt and El Grupo at SIFF Cinema.

Rachel K. loved The Seafarer at Seattle Rep.

Tessa, Josh G., Rachel K., and Fiona B. all loved Equivocation at Seattle Rep.

Equivocation: why don't you marry it?

Our friends over at ACT Theatre loved the Michaelangelo exhibit at SAM.

Here at Teen Tix HQ, we love everything of course, but this year we especially swooned for The Shipment by Young Jean Lee's Theatre Company at On the Boards, Target Practice at Seattle Art Museum, and the Mapplethorpe Polaroids at Henry Art Gallery.

Mapplethorpe. Mapplethorpe. Mapplethorpe. We just like saying the name.

Did you love something that we missed? Tell us!

The art at the top "If you see anything interesting, please let someone know" is by Mads Linerup.
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