KPC stuffed like a turkey: flamenco, comedy, Bonsai

Lingo dancetheater Relatively Real

Nov. 4, 8 p.m.

Adults $21, Seniors $19, Youth $10, Groups $19

The Eastside debut of a symphony of movement from the Seattle-based interdisciplinary performing ensemble. Relatively Real explores the relativity of identity and perception through androgyny, alter-ego, voice and sound. Multi-media projections, a dynamic, mobile set and the seven athletic performers create an atmosphere of mystery and transformation.

Carmona Flamenco

Nov. 10, 8 p.m.

Adults $25, Seniors $22.50, Youth $10, Groups $22.50

In the large tablaos (cabarets) of Madrid and Sevilla, flamenco shows feature both a large cuadro (flamenco group) with group numbers and a small cuadro of soloists that perform the atraciones (attractions - featured soloists only). Carmona Flamenco has taken these attractions and modified them to feature the distillation of contemporary flamenco: the song, dance, guitar and cajon (percussion).

Peter Brook's 'The Tragedy of Carmen'

Presented by the Seattle Opera Young Artists

Nov. 11, 8 p.m.

Adults $22, Seniors $20, Youth $10, Groups $20

Chosen through national auditions, these singers come to study and perform with Seattle Operas Young Artists Program. They will perform a concert adaptation of Bizet's world-famous opera, "The Tragedy of Carmen."

Tingstad and Rumbel

Nov. 17, 8 p.m.

Adults $23, Seniors $20, Youth $10, Groups $20

Grammy Award-winning American acoustic duo, Tingstad and Rumbel return to KPC for another melodic holiday concert. Tingstad & Rumbel established their legacy as the leading guitar and woodwind duo in the country after the immediate success of their debut album, "The Gift."

Uncle Bonsai

Nov. 18, 8 p.m.

Adults $25, Seniors $22.50, Youth $15, Groups $22.50

Seattle folk-pop darlings Ashley O'Keefe, Arni Adler and Andrew Ratshin return to KPC for a concert filled with three-part harmonies, samurai-sharp lyrics and ironic, quirky humor about hapless love, endless TV and other wonders of the modern world.

Christmas from Dublin

with Three Irish Tenors

Nov. 25, 8 p.m. and Nov. 26, 1 p.m.

Adults $34, Seniors $30.50, Youth $15, Groups $30.50

Celebrate the holidays with a genuine Irish Christmas. Filled with songs of the season such as "The Little Drummer Boy," "Adeste Fideles," "Silent Night" and "O Holy Night," Christmas from Dublin features the Three Irish Tenors: Ciaran Nagle and Brian Dunphy from "Riverdance, The Show" and Anthony Norton from La Scala Milan.

Jimmy Heath's The Endless Search

Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra

Nov. 5, 3 p.m.

Adults $33, Seniors $28, Youth $22, Groups $29

NEA Jazz Master and world-renowned saxophonist/composer Jimmy Heath comes to town for the premiere of his suite for jazz big band, The Endless Search. This new work has been commissioned by the SRJO, and is written in three movements. Heath is famous as a writer and sideman for Dizzy Gillespie, J.J. Johnson, and Miles Davis and as leader of his own group, The Heath Brothers.

StoryBook Theater presents:

The Frog Prince

(See article on page 25 for details.) Recommended for ages 3-9 and the entire family. School matinees available - please contact Studio East at 827-3123 for details.

The Comedy Underground presents:

27th Annual Seattle International Stand-Up Comedy Competition

Nov. 24, 8 p.m.

Adults $25, Seniors $22.50, Youth $18, Groups $22.50

Hundreds of comedians audition each year to compete in this $15,000 event. The Comedy Underground conducts a national talent search for outstanding comedians who come to the Northwest to participate. The field gets whittled down from 30 to "The Funniest 5" who compete in the finals on the KPC stage. (Not recommended for youths under 13.)

Jim French Productions:

Imagination Theatre, A Double Feature 'Movie for Your Mind'

Nov. 27, 7:30 p.m.

Adults $8.50, Seniors $8.50, Youth $8.50, Groups $7.50

This is the 34th year of production for Jim French's radio dramas. Imagination Theatre is broadcast from over 130 radio stations in the US and Canada. Four times each year the troupe comes to KPC to record a pair of new plays.

All KPC tickets are subject to a $1 service fee. Senior prices apply to adults 62 and older; youth prices apply to 25 and younger with valid ID. Group discounts are available to groups of 10 or more. KPC is at 350 Kirkland Ave., 893-9900,[[In-content Ad]]