Teatro ZinZanni is about to end an epic run of a little show that's melding the best nostalgia of our age into an amalgam of fresh fun.
Blast off in Teatro ZinZanni's time machine and travel back to hippest party of the 1962 Seattle World's Fair.
Diva Gracie Hansen of Paradise ZinZanni cordially invites you back in time to an exclusive evening where Elvis Presley rocks the house, Jimi Hendrix jams with the band and Bruce Lee shows off all his moves.
At this World's Fair, the future is the past, love conquers science and the party never ends!
Tourist Tip #1 Be prepared for something a little different. This show was crafted to leave the science in the wings and bring on the flair and true carefree spirit of the 1960's!
What Critics are Saying
Milton W. Hamlin is the A&E Writer for SGN. He informs us that "This ZinZanni outing is a salute to the 50th anniversary of Century 21, the Seattle World's Fair of 1962. ... Elvis sang, courted Priscilla (my heart be still!) and they married. Onstage. And we were the wedding guests ... imagine"
The Seattle TravelGram gives high praise for the performances, "The cast, however, is what makes this show. Hostess Gracie Hansen, played by Christine Deaver, is a star of many a show at Teatro, who never disappoints. Her wit and comedic timing, paired with her singing voice and larger than life presence, makes her a star among us."
Tourist Tip #2 The meal served caters to carnivores and vegetarians alike. Just make sure to bring your appetite and they'll take care of the rest.
What People are Saying
“This place was amazing! Blew me away. I had such a blast.”
Reviewed January 5, 2013 NEW on Yelp.com by Jina M. from Seattle, Washington
“Came here the other night on a double date. This place was amazing! Blew me away. I had such a blast. Good entertainment, good food and service. Little pricey but totally worth the experience. I'm so going back!”
“I must say as far as dining and entertainment combined in Seattle, this is the best.”
Reviewed November 17, 2012 on Yelp.com by Ieva K. from Edmonds, Washington
“I have been here a handful of times and each time the shows and the food were completely different. ... They do an outstanding job of interacting with the audience, regardless of where you are sitting, they use the entire space to capture and entertain you. An evening here is memorable and entertaining, worth the money.”
"I had the pleasure of enjoying their show celebrating the 1962 World's Fair and and what a delight! The service is wonderful and entertaining. The food was good as well - you had choices from the menu and their drinks are very good also. A wonderful place for laughter, good food and time with friends or family."
222 Mercer Street
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