The Future is 0 (Feb 2018)

This event took place Feb 16 - Feb 17, 2018

** Both nights are entirely sold out! **

$16 General Admission
$13 Member

Series - Live Shows



Your favorite misanthropic live game show is back! CityArts calls it “remarkably sophisticated.” Seattle Weekly says it’s a “side-splittingly weird time.” The Stranger thinks it “has everything you could hope for.” My dad says I’m a “very angry young woman.”

See who is right and who is WRONG!

Featuring more outrageous challenges, unwieldy set pieces, and celebrity contestants! Bring a date; maybe it’ll turn into love. Buy your tickets today or forever hold your peace!

Doors for the show open at 7pm.

Meet the contestants!


Emily Nokes is a writer, designer, and Libra who works as the music editor at BUST Magazine and the singer in a band called Tacocat. Her hobbies include DJing, hot-glue creations, Christmas, and praising her perfect kitten son Tinsel.

Shaun Scott is a Seattle-based writer and filmmaker. His work has appeared in Jacobin Magazine, Quartz, and Sports Illustrated. He is a columnist for City Arts Magazine, where writes the semi-weekly thread “Faded Signs,” a reflection on the popular culture of late capitalism. He’s the author of the book Millennials and the Moments That Made Us: A Cultural History of the U.S. from 1982-Present.

Zack Bolotin owns Porchlight Coffee and Records on Capitol Hill. He is also an illustrator that has done a variety of work for other companies, bands and venues.


Sassyblack is a vocalist, writer & producer with a psychedelic vibe. When she’s not owning the stage, you can’t find her because she is at home strategizing.

Tom DesLongchamp (dez-long-champ, because America) is a Seattle local who splits his time between animation and portrait art. He works out of his home studio in Ballard with his wife Jessica and two cats, Roscoe and Reuben.

Guayaba is a round, tender tropical fruit considered an invasive species in the Pacific Northwest. It is rich in vitamin C and is a nutritious addition to your sonic and visual palate. Please enjoy the refreshing taste!

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Northwest Film Forum
1515 12th Ave,

Seattle, WA 98122

206 329 2629

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