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Originally published September 7, 2010 at 11:00 PM | Page modified September 7, 2010 at 11:11 PM

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Fall Arts Guide | Stretching that budget

"Fall arts ... for a song" — that's the theme of this recession-era edition of The Seattle Times' annual fall arts guide.

Seattle Times arts and entertainment editor

Fall Arts Guide staff

Assistant managing editor, features:

Carole Carmichael

A&E editors:

Melissa Davis, Lynn Jacobson

Art director:

Susan Jouflas

Design:

Teresa Scribner

Desk editors:

Agnes Al-Shibibi, Marilyn Bailey, Lori Taki Uno

Arts writers:

Melinda Bargreen, Misha Berson, Gayle Clemans, Mary Ann Gwinn, Moira Macdonald, Jonathan Zwickel

Calendar editor:

Doug Knoop

Calendars:

Jeff Albertson, Henry Han

Cover illustration:

Gabriel Campanario

"Fall arts ... for a song" — that's the theme of this recession-era edition of The Seattle Times' annual fall arts guide.

Here, you'll find an array of entertainment options, divided into six chapters: theater, nightlife (pop music, comedy and jazz); classical music and opera; dance; visual arts; and books. And in every section, you'll find a special deal, pointing you to some of the most affordable events the city has to offer.

Whether you're looking for the cheapest date, or the biggest splurge, you'll find it here. Check your budget, grab your calendar and get ready for a season of delights and diversions.

Theater: premieres, Broadway hits

Nightlife: Rockin' on past summer

Classical music: Beethoven, Bach and Bacchus

Dance: Keeping it contemporary

Visual arts: Picasso and much more

Books: In pursuit of 'Freedom,' fantasy, history

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