Pass by the iconic Space Needle, which still stands from the 1962 World’s Fair. Continue through the Seattle Center, beyond the international fountain where screaming children run as water cannons explode in time to the kind of jazz that puts a smile on your face. There’s a sculpture that looks like orcas swimming through an expansive lawn. Turn left and you’ll arrive at one of the crown jewels in the Seattle theatre scene: Seattle Rep.
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