Teatro Zinzanni: A New Home in Woodinville & A New Holiday Show (Hollywood & Vine)

 

OPENING NIGHT: Nov 1 – Teatro Zinzanni is at it again! Coming November 1st their latest holiday extravaganza opens at their new home in Woodinville, Washington. The three-hour show, Hollywood & Vine, combines cirque, cabaret, and comedy to be savored alongside a gourmet feast by James Beard Award-winning chef Jason Wilson.

Hollywood District of Woodinville, Washington

The show’s name is a tip of the hat to their new home in the Woodinville Wine Country. The Hollywood District of Woodinville is named after the old Hollywood Farm started in the early 1900’s. It’s long been home to the Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery.

Teatro ZinZanni will share the space of the old Redhook Brewery compound with two wineries – DeLille Cellars and Sparkman Cellars. Plans are in place for a new restaurant on-site as well.

New Beginning

Having been suddenly and unexpectedly displaced in March 2017 from their long-time home on Mercer Street across from the Seattle Center, ZinZanni’s future was uncertain. After much success in Marymoor Park in Redmond on the Eastside, the troupe has landed at their new home in Woodinville. In the neighborhood are over 40 wineries, several restaurants and breweries.

Location & Contact Info

Teatro ZinZanni World Headquarters
14200 NE 145th St
Woodinville WA 98072

Zinzanni Website
Ticket Office Phone: (206) 802-0015
Online Tickets on their website
Prices: $109 – 169 per person

Photo: Photographer: Michael Doucett (Instagram) | Aerialist: Ariana Lallone (Instagram)

 

 

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Lisa Kuhn

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Lisa has traveled through South America for three months exploring Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina. She also traveled extensively in the Western United States including Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona, Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, Montana and South Dakota. Lisa has traveled to Europe three times including her first trip in Europe backpacking for three months of solo-travel.

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