March 28 thru April 19, 2014 At ACT in downtown Seattle. Inspired by the book Seattle Vice by Rick Anderson, this sexy cabaret set in 1965 combines dancing, comedy, and original music created by Mark Siano and Opal Peachey. Vice is an immersive experience that takes the audience underground into one of alleged gangster Frank Colacurcio's notorious night clubs, where a corrupt city had an "anything goes" attitude as long as everyone, including the police and mayor's office, got a cut of the action. Accompanied by the live band The Enablers and with nightly guest burlesque and cabaret performers.
Stay after the show until 11:30pm on Friday and Saturday nights to enjoy live music, a cash bar, and a swinging dance floor. This late-night party is free with your ticket, and cover is just $5 per person if your rat pack wants to join the fun.
Call the Ticket Office at (206) 292-7676 to book your VIP tickets, which include reserved table seating and a glass of champagne. Ticket Office is open Tuesday through Sunday, 12:00pm-6:00pm.