Teatro Zinzanni settles into new home at Marymoor Park

  • Monday, November 20, 2017 12:42pm
  • Life

Teatro ZinZanni’s production of “Love, Chaos, and Dinner,” is now showing at King County’s Marymoor Park. Performances are in the same velvet-laden and iconic Belgian spiegeltent of the show’s former location on lower Queen Anne.

“We are thrilled to join forces with King County Parks as we make ourselves at home on the Eastside,” Norm Langill, company founder and artistic director commented. “They have established Marymoor Park as a first-class entertainment destination for the region providing a diverse array of spectacular live entertainment to residents within King County’s most scenic location. Furthermore, the Eastside has always represented a considerable part of our audience since we opened. I am delighted that this opportunity allows us to get a little closer to this wonderful community while remaining accessible to our Seattle fans. I can think of no better place to launch the next chapter of Teatro ZinZanni’s history.”

“Hosting events like Teatro ZinZanni supports our arts community and creates significant economic benefits for local cities and businesses,” Kevin Brown, director for King County Parks commented. “We are delighted to partner with Teatro ZinZanni and bring its one-of-a-kind performance to Marymoor Park.”

More than 3 million people visit Marymoor Park annually to explore the 640 acres of recreational activities, rare amenities, and culturally-enriching events.

For more information, visit zinzanni.com/seattle.

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