A Variety Show is 90-minutes of action-packed entertainment provided by musicians, magicians, comics, acrobats, jugglers, and all-around awesome performers designed to keep you and your family on the edge of your seats!

Upcoming show dates 


August 25th – Sunday, 4pm
Elliott Hunter, Alchemy Tap Project, Audrey Greaves

Sept 21st – Saturday, 2pm
This show will be sensory friendly.
Saleurn Ramos, Leslie Rosen

Oct 19th – Saturday, 2pm
Eric Haines, Mike Norden, Good Company

Nov 24th – Sunday, 4pm
Brittany Walsh, Payne

What To Expect


The August show is really going to be something special! I love magic and am excited to have Elliott Hunter back. He’s won multiple international awards, is performing at the Magic Castle as I write this, and is just a shockingly good magician!

The Alchemy Tap Project is a tap dancing troupe. I found them a few years ago when I was looking for tap dancers to be in the show and I was completely impressed by them. I’ve been to their full shows and they are entertaining, fun, and also just amazingly good dancers!

Audrey Greaves is a bounce juggler – which if you haven’t seen, is pretty cool! She started performing at 13 with Cirrus Circus, toured for two years with Circus Smirkus, and does corporate events all over Seattle. She’s performed as an acrobat, aerialist, unicyclist – and of course as a juggler!

It’s gonna be a GREAT show!

Tickets are FREE but a reservation is requested – if we sell out I’d hate to have to turn anyone away at the door! Register at https://variety.wellattended.com/ – there is no cost at all.

And there is a Facebook event page here – please share it!


Accessibility: Wheelchair lift available at the SW entrance (off Brooklyn Ave). Max capacity of 350 lbs. Call UHeights staff for assistance at (206) 235-8567 – or send someone to the Auditorium and we’ll send someone. Contact Evan in advance (magic@evan.org) if you want to make any special arrangements. Evan can also be texted before the show at 770-598-4987.

If you want to know what to expect at the venue and show, click here.

This project is funded in part by a Neighborhood Matching Fund award from Seattle Department of Neighborhoods.



This show has a simple concept. I keep going to see other performers and some of them are GREAT. But they are all performing late at night in 21 and over venues. I want to show some of these acts to my kids – but I can’t! And while prices are as affordable as possible, tickets can still be out of reach of many people.

So I am bringing these acts to a venue where you can take your family and where ticket prices will not be a barrier. The acts are NOT children’s acts – but they are family friendly and you will ALL enjoy the show – art should be accessible to EVERYONE.

There are magicians, jugglers, dancers, circus artists, hula hoopers, and more – every show is different, but will come let you and your kids see what people are doing in Seattle!

The show is about ninety minutes long.