People in the Square

SAT06jul8:00 PMSAT9:00 PM8:00 PM - 9:00 PM People in the SquareThe Pioneer Square MusicalThe NEW Skid Row Theatre, 102 Cherry Street, Seattle, WA 98104

Event Overview

People in the Square is a cabaret-style musical revue which invites the audience a glimpse into the many different inhabitants, past and present, of Pioneer Square. A four member cast and three piece band bring to life this musical history lesson through time.

Based on historical people and events, the show is a collection of songs and short scenes, celebrating the diversity and fascinating stories of Seattle’s first neighborhood.

This musical ranges in time from the original inhabitants of the Duwamish and Suquamish Tribes, early pioneers and gold miners, fast-forwarding to those who frequent Pioneer Square today. Converging on the square are the wealthy, the poor, occupants, visitors, sports fans and art dealers, most never being truly aware of the other, despite occupying the same three acres together. Join us to experience this fascinating journey through time of the ever evolving melting pot in the heart of Seattle!
Rose Cano and David Nyberg have been collaborating for three years on this original musical, before, during and now, after the pandemic.

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