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Jan 30 – Feb 21
Thu, Fri & Sat at 8pm

Written by Quinn Armstrong, directed by Kaytlin McIntyre. Fleeing the censorship of Soviet Russia, a brilliant composer stumbles upon a strange town where all of Russian history is happening at once. Saints and spies, performing bears and falling cosmonauts — all collide in the shadow of the candy factory in this dark and delicious phantasmagoria. [MORE INFO] [TALK ABOUT IT]

$18 gen | $5 stu


Feb 3 – Feb 18
Tues & Wed at 8pm

Written by Marcus Gorman, directed by Jen Moon. Bookstore clerks, bloggers, baristas, bartenders, and businessmen. Six Seattleites unravel messy, urban lives of retail hell, online erotica, and crises of sexual identity in this black comedy set in a world of grays. [MORE INFO] [TALK ABOUT IT]

$10 gen | $5 stu

Spin the Bottle

1st Friday of the Month at 11pm
Next one: Friday, February 6

There have been laughs. There have been tears. There has been nudity. Since 1997, audiences of all shapes and sizes have seen variety-show-style performances of all shapes and sizes on the first Friday of every month at 11pm. Don’t miss the next one! [MORE INFO] [TALK ABOUT IT]

$10 gen | $5 stu

Weird and Awesome with Emmett Montgomery

1st Sunday of the Month, 7:30 pm
Next one: Sunday, February 8

Weird and Awesome w/ Emmett Montgomery is a monthly parade of wonder and awkward sharing hosted and curated by mustache wizard Emmett Montgomery. Each show is a love letter to the strangeness and talent that walks among us featuring brilliant people doing the things they are really good at doing or something they have never done on stage before. Prizes are won! Friends are made! Nightmares are shared and Joy is experienced! [MORE INFO] [TALK ABOUT IT]

$10 gen | $5 stu

Human Identity

Fri-Sat, March 13-14, 8pm

Written & performed by Christopher Vened. This inventive, funny and eye-opening piece of theater is nothing less than a quest to discover the meaning of human identity. What does it mean to be human? Christopher Vened explores the essential predicament of being alive without the sure knowledge of who we are and how we were created. What cannot be explained in words is illustrated in mime. [MORE INFO] [TALK ABOUT IT]



Sat-Sun, March 14-15, 2 & 4pm

Bladfold is the animated musical documentary short film created by David Nixon about his father, Brad Nixon. Brad started out as a conservative young republican but then (after taking a lot of drugs in the late ’60s) he became the influential, charismatic and controversial leader of a Japanese sect of Buddhism in Seattle in the ’70s. The film is 45 minutes long and there will be a Q & A with the filmmaker afterwards. [MORE INFO] [TALK ABOUT IT]


Annex Theatre Announces its 28th Season in 2015

A quick look at all our 2015 main stage, late night, and off night productions!