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“JA­COB LAWRENCE: THE MI­GRA­TION SE­RIES”> THROUGH APRIL 23 To com­mem­o­rate the 100th an­niver­sary of artist Ja­cob Lawrence’s birth, the Seat­tle Art Mu­seum will dis­play his epic 60-panel set of nar­ra­tive paint­ings de­pict­ing the north­ward ex­o­dus of African Amer­i­cans from the ru­ral south to north­ern cities. 1300 First Ave., 206.654.3100, www.seat­tleart­mu­seum.org

MOIS­TURE FES­TI­VAL > MARCH 16APRIL 9 Known as the world’s largest and long­est-run­ning va­ri­ety fes­ti­val, Mois­ture Fes­ti­val show­cases more than 50 shows across three his­toric venues, with com­edy, danc­ing, ac­ro­bat, and bur­lesque/late-night acts for adults only. For venues: 206.297.1405, www.mois­turefes­ti­val.com

“TRIBES” > MARCH 3-26 ACT Theatre’s lat­est ex­plo­ration into con­tem­po­rary the­atri­cal ex­cel­lence fol­lows the strug­gles of Billy, a deaf boy who yearns to con­nect to both his chaotic, un­con­ven­tional fam­ily and a young woman on the verge of deaf­ness her­self. This story of love and be­long­ing won a Drama Desk Award for Out­stand­ing Play. 700 Union St., 206.292.7676, www.actthe­atre.org

SCI­ENCE FIC­TION AND FAN­TASY HALL OF FAME 20TH AN­NIVER­SARY > OPENS MARCH 4 Long a mecca for dream­ers ev­ery­where, MoPop’s Sci­ence Fic­tion and Fan­tasy Hall of Fame com­mem­o­rates its 20th an­niver­sary with a new gallery and in­stal­la­tion cel­e­brat­ing tow­er­ing fig­ures from the genre. 2017 in­ductees and ex­hibits in­clude Mar­garet At­wood, Leonard Ni­moy, Stan­ley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey” and “The X-Files.” 325 5th Ave. N, 206.770.2700, www.mopop.org

“Mi­gra­tion Se­ries” cap­tion here

Mois­ture Fes­ti­val

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