KPC's November stuffed like a Thanksgiving turkey

Luciana Souza Brazilian Duos with Romero Lubambo

Nov. 3, 7:30 p.m.

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

Whether singing traditional favorites from her native Brazil or jazz standards like "All of Me," this rising star will hold you transfixed with the clarity and depth of each and every note. Presented in partnership with the Earshot Jazz Festival, Souza will perform in concert with brilliant guitarist - and fellow Brazilian - Romero Lubambo.


Nov. 4 and 5, 8 p.m.

Adults $24, Seniors $21.50, Youth $12, Groups $21.50

N*W*C*, aka "the smash comedy with the name nobody wants to say," is a clever, nimble, three-man show that takes shot after empowering shot at racial stereotypes. The co-writer/director/stars were a sensation in their Los Angeles run with comedic vignettes and touching monologues, vehicles for the "vision of the world they'd like to see." Not recommended for youths under 13. This program includes World of Arts educational outreach - please contact KPC's client services manager at 828-0422 for details.

Carmona Flamenco

Nov. 11, 8 p.m.

Adults $24, Seniors $21.50, Youth $10, Groups $21.50.

Featuring Marcos and Rubina Carmona, Ana Montes, Oscar Nieto and guest artist David Carmona.

Internationally renowned KPC favorite Carmona Flamenco returns with a riveting mixture of traditional and contemporary Spanish Gypsy art: colorful dances, soulful songs and passionate instrumentals. For more than 20 years, this modern flamenco group has toured throughout Spain and the United States, sharing with audiences fluid form, authentic guitar and undeniable passion.

Seattle Opera Young Artists

Nov. 12, 8 p.m.

Adults $21, Seniors $19, Youth $10, Group $19.

Every year, Seattle Opera provides an opportunity for 12 bright young singers from across the country to begin their professional opera careers. Come see and hear the opera stars of tomorrow perform a selection of arias, duets, and ensembles from some of opera's greatest works.

Uncle Bonsai

Nov. 19, 8 p.m.

Adults $24 * Seniors $21.50, Youth $10, Group $21.50.

Seattle's folk-pop darlings reunite on KPC's stage for a concert filled with exquisite three-part harmonies and ironic, quirky humor. Uncle Bonsai is adored throughout the country for their frank musical vignettes on hapless love, endless TV, a guy named Doug and other wonders of the modern world. Andrew Ratshin, Ashley O'Keeffe and Arni Adler will present some old favorites, some brand spanking new material.

David Lanz

Nov. 26, 8 p.m.

Adults $24, Seniors $21.50, Youth $10, Group $21.50.

An icon of New Age music, Seattle-native David Lanz displays transcendental keyboard mastery whether playing the meditative compositions which he calls "cosmic pop" or making compelling collaborative forays into smooth jazz and R&B. Come experience holiday music as only one of the most recognized names in New Age music can perform it.

Tomá Kubínek

Nov. 26, 2 p.m. and Nov. 27, 3 p.m.

Adults $18, Seniors $16, Youth $10, Group $15.

Poetic, outrageous and hilarious, Kubínek is much more than one of the brightest stars among the New Vaudevillians; he's a one-man circus! Acrobat, musician, and clown, his show is uniquely inspired silliness: He flips, he flies, he croons, he clucks like a chicken. Bring the kids and join us for this mad maestro's long-awaited return to KPC.

Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra

Gerald Wilson as guest composer and director

Nov. 6, 3 p.m.

Adults $32, Seniors $27, Youth $22, Group $29.

SRJO welcomes renowned band leader, composer and arranger Gerald Wilson as a special guest to lead the band in his most famous and beloved works. Part of the Earshot Jazz Festival, don't miss this rare performance with a jazz master.

StoryBook Theater's 'The Ugly Duckling'

Adaptation by Lani Brockman, Music and Lyrics by Susan Bardsley

Nov. 12 and 19, 11 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m.; Nov. 13 and 20, 1 and 3 p.m.

Adults $7.50, Seniors $7.50, Youth $7.50, Group $7.

Life isn't quite what it's quacked up to be for the poor, unlucky duckling. No home, no friends, and winter fast approaching-this poor little bird's goose seems cooked...or is it? Recommended for ages 3-9 and the entire family. School matinees available - please contact Studio East at 827-3123 for details.

The Comedy Underground

26th Annual Seattle International Stand-up Comedy Competition

Nov. 25, 8 p.m.

Adults $20, Seniors $17, Youth $15, Group $18.

Hundreds of comedians audition to compete in this $15,000 event! The field gets whittled down from 30 to the "funniest five" who compete in the finals. Not recommended for youths under 13.

Jim French Productions' Imagination Theatre

A double feature 'movie for your mind'

Nov. 28, 7:30 p.m.

Adults $8.50, Seniors $8.50, Youth $8.50, Group $7.50.

This is the 33rd year of production for Jim French's radio dramas. Today, French's plays - most of which he writes himself - can be heard day or night around the world, featuring the nation's best radio actors. Imagination Theatre is broadcast from over 130 radio stations in the United States and Canada and is heard on the Internet. Four times each year, he brings some of his troupe to KPC to record a pair of new plays.

All KPC tickets are subject to a $1.00 service fee. Senior prices apply to adults aged 62 and older and youth prices apply to anyone aged 25 and younger with valid ID. Group discounts are available to any group of 10 or more. For more information, please visit or call the box office at 893-9900. KPC is located at 350 Kirkland Ave.[[In-content Ad]]