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Gotta dance

It’s two nights of “Physical Poetry” with such a fantastic flurry of dance moves and genres your head will spin.

This professional dancing event is hosted by the Shorecrest High School Dance Team and showcases dance companies from throughout the Northwest representing hip hop, jazz, salsa, tap, modern, tango, breakdancing and more.

The featured companies include Phyzikal Graffi-T, Cruz Control, Breaking Point Dance Company, Gotta Dance, Westlake Performing Group, Enertia Modern Dance Company, Premier Dance Company, Kontagious Movement, Butch Queens, Shorecrest Hip Hop and En Lair Dance.

All ages are welcome for this general seating event.

This celebration of dance is at 8 p.m. today and Saturday at Shorecrest Performing Arts Center, 15343 25th Ave. NE, Seattle. Tickets are $15 online at, $18 at the door.

Cashman joins “Hello, Dolly!”

“Hello, Dolly!” returns to The 5th Avenue stage for the first time in 27 years in March, starring Jenifer Lewis as Dolly. She’ll work with an all-star Seattle cast including local TV favorite Pat Cashman as the wealthy, grumpy bachelor Horace Vandergelder and many of Seattle’s best theatrical talents: Suzanne Bouchard (Irene), Julie Briskman (Ernestina), Mo Brady (Barnaby), Matt Owen (Ambrose), Tracee Beazer (Minnie Fay) and Krystle Armstrong (Ermengarde).

Tickets to “Hello, Dolly!” go on sale today, priced from $22 to $81. Tickets are available at 206-625-1900 or 888-584-4849, online at or in person at the box office at 1308 Fifth Ave., Seattle. The show runs March 7 through 29.

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