2023/2024 Season

2023/24 Season

Welcome to the Edmonds Center for the Arts 2023/24 Season, a diverse, inspiring, and carefully curated collection of music, dance, comedy, and theater presentations!

Join us as we celebrate a dynamic blend of genres and cultures from across the country and around the world, all in the comforts of ECA’s intimate jewel-box theater.

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All Things Equal: The Life and Trials of Ruth Bader Ginsburg | Wednesday, April 17, 2024 | $32-$62

Written by Tony Award Winning playwright Rupert Holmes

Starring Michelle Azar as Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Directed by Laley Lippard

Supreme Court Justice “RBG” welcomes a friend of the family to her cozy chambers to convey, over the course of ninety fascinating and often funny minutes, a sense of her life and its many trials. An evening with a great and compassionate icon of straight-thinking American justice emerges ... an RBG who is not only “notorious” but victorious as she takes a stand for ordinary people facing the many challenges of a changing world. Bring your scrunchies, your hankies, your humor and your heart to this entertaining and uplifting event!

Sponsored By Doreen & Ralph Boy

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Roger McGuinn | Saturday, April 20, 2024 | $32-$62

As the leader of the influential 60's group, The Byrds, Roger McGuinn was on the leading edge, combining the rock beat of the Beatles with the folk sensibilities of Bob Dylan, to create the genre known as “folk-rock” His groundbreaking work on The Byrds' “Sweetheart Of The Rodeo” album, is widely credited with ushering in the genre of country rock.

Sponsored By Rick & Charlotte Canning and Nicholas & Kathryn Sweers

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Colin and Brad: Asking for Trouble | Friday, April 26, 2024 | $48-$78

Get ready for an evening of sidesplitting laughter as Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, the dynamic duo from TV’s “Whose Line is it Anyway?,” take the stage in a one-night-only uproarious live show, Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood: Asking for Trouble. With lightning-fast wit, Mochrie & Sherwood transform the audience’s suggestions into an unpredictable evening of non-stop comedy gold. No script? No problem! “Asking for Trouble” is a wild rollercoaster ride of hilarity, where two improv legends prove they are still the best in the business.

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Tonies presents: Laurie Berkner SOLO! | Saturday, April 13, 2024 | $30-$75


Laurie’s Greatest Hits solo show, presented by Tonies

Recognized as “the queen of kids’ music” by People magazine, Laurie Berkner is a singer, songwriter, performer, author, and founder of Two Tomatoes Records, LLC. With more than 1 billion total streams and millions of CDs and DVDs sold, Laurie’s songs have become beloved classics for children worldwide.

 What sets Laurie apart? She displays an instinctive understanding of children’s natural rhythms and energy, which keeps kids enraptured and brings parents and caregivers happily along for the ride. Laurie finds inspiration in her audience. “I want to create songs that matter for children,” she says. “I was singing once and saw a four-year-old girl shut her eyes and start swaying to the music. I thought, ‘That’s the reason I got into music.’ It keeps me wanting to do more.”

Laurie’s Greatest Hits solo show features her classic songs like Bumblebee (Buzz Buzz)The Goldfish (Let’s Go Swimming)We Are The Dinosaurs, and Rocketship Run, as well as newer hits like Waiting for the Elevator, My Bunny Goes Hop, and Chipmunk at the Gas Pump, plus – as a special treat for fans – a few well-loved Laurie Berkner songs that are not often heard at Laurie’s full-band concerts! Kids should plan to bring their dancing shoes and a stuffed animal (for their heads). This matinee show starts at 11:00 AM and runs approximately 1 hour. 

*Babies under 1-year-old sitting in laps are free—please contact the box office directly.

VIP tickets include preferred seating and a meet & greet and photo opportunity with Laurie.  

 $1 of every ticket sold will go to local non-profit Red Eagle Soaring (RES) Native Youth Theater.

Red Eagle Soaring (RES) Native Youth Theater is a Seattle-based nonprofit serving urban Native American youth ages 10-19 with free programming, integrating contemporary theatre and traditional Native performing arts. Since 1991, RES has mentored hundreds of Native youth, staged over 180 productions, and supported youth access to the healing power of Native cultural traditions that promote social, physical, and intellectual engagement. In bringing together Native youth to learn about the technical aspects and process of theatre, they also build a community of people interested in learning about, sharing, promoting, and supporting Native arts and culture. RES programming supports teaching youth Native tradition, history, and culture that reflects the diversity of tribal origins in Seattle's urban multicultural setting.

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An ECA Special Engagement: säje | Sunday, April 14, 2024 | $25-$55


The double grammy nominated vocal supergroup säje (rhymes with “beige”) is the brainchild of vocalist/composers Sara Gazarek, Amanda Taylor, Johnaye Kendrick, and Erin Bentlage. Born out of close friendship and deep admiration, these world-renowned artists, composers, and arrangers have come together to explore, create, and celebrate the music that moves them. As individuals, each artist has crafted their own notable solo career, and now are delighted to bring their collective voices to this union, traversing a vast array of compelling original material, beloved jazz standards, and contemporary re-imaginings (The Bad Plus, YEBBA, Björk, etc).  

After debuting an inspiring and energized set at the 2020 Jazz Education Network Conference in New Orleans, säje went on to tour multiple jazz festivals and clubs from January to March. During quarantine, säje received their first GRAMMY nomination for their composition “Desert Song” in the Best Arrangement Instruments and Vocals category. Their highly anticipated debut album was released in August of 2023, featuring new original work and compelling covers, highlighting collaborations with artists Jacob Collier, Terri Lyne Carrington, Ambrose Akinmusire, and more. The union of säje is rooted in the tradition of joy, curiosity, lush harmony, heart-felt expression, and profound sisterhood.

Sponsored by Ron & Michelle Clyborne

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ECA Special Engagement: Red Hot Chilli Pipers | Thursday, April 18, 2024 |

It’s Bagpipes. It’s Rock. It’s Bagrock. AC/DC meets the poet Robert Burns. Where rock anthems sit comfortably alongside the great tunes from the glens and the mountains of Scotland.

It’s The Red Hot Chilli PIPERS – (NOT the Peppers)! They have never been more in demand for their infectious style of feel-good music that appeals to people all over the world. A 9-piece ensemble consisting of pipers, guitarists, keyboards, and drummers – theirs are the very best musicians from Scotland and across the globe who have been rocking the world from New York to Beijing to Melbourne and everywhere in between with musicianship of the highest order and a passion for pipes that will leave you breathless.

Sponsored by Ron & Michelle Clyborne

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ECA Special Engagement: Five for Fighting with String Quartet | Friday, April 19, 2024 | $35-$65



The only way for a story to progress is to turn the page. John Ondrasik — the songwriter and performer known as the platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated, Five For Fighting — knows this well. In the two decades since his first major single, "Superman (It's Not Easy)," hit the stratosphere, the artist has both evolved and come back 'round full circle. Creativity, if nothing else, is paradoxical. 

To date, Five For Fighting has released six studio LPs, including the platinum certified America Town and The Battle for Everything; and the top-10 charting Two Lights, along with an EP and live albums. 

Ondrasik has penned major hits, including the chart-topping "100 Years," "The Riddle," "Chances," "World," and "Easy Tonight," which have earned tens of millions of streams and place him as a top-10 Hot Adult Contemporary artist for the 2000s. The reflective "100 Years" has joined "Superman (It's Not Easy)" as part of the American Songbook and continues to stand the test of time at weddings, birthdays, graduations, memorials, and many a home video. Five For Fighting's music has also been featured in more than 350 films, television shows, and commercials, including the Oscar-winning The Blind SideHawaii Five-O,The Sopranos and the CBS drama, Code Black. 

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An ECA Special Engagement: Wild Rumours | Saturday, May 11, 2024 |

Fleetwood Mac’s classic songs in a full concert experience.

Seattle based Wild Rumours coalesced around the concept of performing entire albums, faithfully and in sequence. The core of a Wild Rumours show features all the classic material from both the 1975 Fleetwood Mac and 1977 Rumours albums, along with other hit songs from the FM catalog. Focusing on the apex Buckingham-Nicks era material, Wild Rumours creates an authentic concert experience for the audience with dramatic crescendos and moments of quiet intimacy. The band, comprised of an all-star cast of Northwest musicians, takes liberty with the material to add their personal stamp on some of the greatest pop music ever created. 

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An ECA Special Engagement: The Wallflowers | Wednesday, May 29, 2024 | $55-$95


With Special Guests Chairs for Giants

For the past 30 years, The Wallflowers have stood as one of rock’s most dynamic and purposeful bands—a unit dedicated to and continually honing a sound that meshes timeless songwriting and storytelling with a hard-hitting and decidedly modern musical attack. That signature style has been present through the decades, baked into the grooves of smash hits like 1996’s Bringing Down the Horse as well as more recent and exploratory fare like 2012’s Glad All Over.  

Even so, in recent years, Jakob Dylan—The Wallflowers’ founding singer, songwriter and guitarist—has repeatedly stepped outside of his band, first with a pair of more acoustic and rootsy records: 2008’s Seeing Things and 2010’s Women + Country, and then with the 2018 film Echo in the Canyon and the accompanying soundtrack, which saw him collaborate with a host of artists classic and contemporary, from Neil Young and Eric Clapton to Beck and Fiona Apple. 

And while it’s been nine long years since we’ve heard from the group with whom he first made his mark, the Wallflowers are silent no more. Dylan always knew they’d return.

“The Wallflowers is much of my life’s work,” he says simply. 

Plus, he adds with a laugh, “It’s pretty hard to get a good band name, so if you have one, keep it.” 

Good band name aside, that life’s work continues with Exit Wounds, the brand-new Wallflowers studio offering. The collection marks the first new Wallflowers material since Glad All Over. And while the wait has been long, the much-anticipated record finds the band’s signature sound—lean, potent and eminently entrancing—intact, even as Dylan surrounds himself with a fresh cast of musicians. 


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