Do North: Productions in an intimate 40 seat venue located at 17517-C 15th Ave. NE, Shoreline. Tickets are available in advance online at www.brownpapertickets.com; more information by calling 206-660-3753 or donorth.webs.com.
Ÿ Through Oct. 24, “Mutiny at Mahring.” Local playwright Tommie Powell’s semi-autobiographical account of his time in the Army along the Czech border during the height of the Cold War.
Shoreline-LFP Arts Council Readers’ Theater Series: Now in its fourth season, Readers’ Theater brings together actors, readers and playwrights in an entertaining and educational environment at the Shoreline Center, Aurora Room, 18560 1st Ave. NE, Shoreline. Admission: Free. Info: 206-417-4645 or www.shorelinearts.net.
Ÿ Oct. 26, “Between You &Me” by Stefani Priest.
Edmonds Center For The Arts: Located at 410 4th Ave. North, Edmonds. Season, series and choice tickets are available by calling 425-275-9595.
Ÿ Oct. 17, Shawn Colvin, singer-songwriter.
Ÿ Oct. 23, Paula Cole, singer/songwriter.
Ÿ Oct. 24, Roger McGuinn, folk rock pioneer.
Ÿ Oct. 30, Vienna Teng Tue, folk, pop, classical pianist.
Driftwood Players’ Alternative Stages: Productions with an edgier feel, Alternative Stages is a program of the Driftwood Players, with shows at the Wade James Theatre, 950 Main Street, Edmonds. For tickets call 425-774-9600, or visit www.driftwoodplayers.com.
Ÿ Oct. 16 &17, “Edgar Alan Poe Live.” The horror/mystery writer rises from the scene of his mysterious death to tell his life story.
Phoenix Theatre: Performances take place at the Firdale Village Theatre, 9673 Firdale Ave., Edmonds. Tickets are available through brownpapertickets.com; more information by calling 206-533-2000 or www.thephenxtheatre.com.
Ÿ Nov. 6-29, “Crimes of the Heart.” Beth Henley’s 1981 Pulitzer Prize and New York Drama Critics Circle Award winning drama tells the story of the Magrath sisters in a narrative of family, secrets, disappointment, and learning to truly love ourselves and the people who have been there for us all along.
Sno-King Community Chorale: Performances take place at the Edmonds Center For The Arts, 410 4th Ave. North, Edmonds. For tickets visit www.sno-kingchorale.org.
Nov. 23, “Salute To America” concert, a combined concert with the Shoreline Concert Band, honoring past and present military personnel.
Cascade Symphony Orchestra: Performances take place 7:30 p.m. Mondays at the Edmonds Center for the Arts, 410 4th Ave. N., Edmonds. Season tickets are available; call 425-776-4938.
Ÿ Nov. 2, Holst’s “The Planets” featuring Kimberly Russ, piano.
Ÿ Nov. 23, Cascade Chamber Orchestra performs Rossini, Mozart and Bizet, featuring Artur Girsky, violin.
Curtain Call Theatre: These senior driven productions take place at the Northshore Senior Center Theatre, 102 E. Riverside Dr., Bothell. Tickets available by calling 425-487-2441.
Ÿ Oct. 25-Nov. 8, “Reunited.” Penny Albright Peterson’s comedy about what happens when five best friends who graduated from the University of Nebraska meet for a weeklong get together that occurs every 10 years.
Northshore Performing Arts Center: Located at 18125 92nd NE, Bothell. For tickets call 425-408-7988 noon-4 p.m. Monday-Friday or visit www.npacf.org.
Ÿ Nov. 1, Kasumai Africa, griot master Thione Diop from Dakar, Senegal, returns to NPAC with a groups of musicians, singers, and dancers from Senegal, Ghana, Mali, Guinea, Benin, South Africa, and Cameroon.
Ÿ Nov. 7 Greta Matassa, Northwest jazz vocalist, performs as part of Earshot Jazz Festival with a special appearance by local high school jazz choirs.