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“She Loves Me,” which inspired “You’ve Got Mail” and several other movies, gets a highly professional treatment.
The late Betty Black collected Northwest art produced over a 100-year span in all mediums.
The new exhibit at Cascadia in Edmonds features art not often seen in the Northwest.
Snohomish High School alum and regional theater favorite Billie Wildrick directs the show in Everett.
The Mountlake Terrace native will perform in Everett with his wife, son and daughter-in-law.
The American roots singer will be joined by the Northwest All-Star Blues Broads at the Nov. 23 show.
Matika Wilbur’s years-long mission to photograph more than 562 sovereign Native American nations is nearly complete.
“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” is “a show about weirdos” and a “show for real people,” its director says.
“The Lavender Palette” at the Cascadia Museum in Edmonds offers important lessons in art and history.
The Marysville theater’s production will make you forget the popular 1989 movie of the same name.
Several headliners at this year’s event take bluegrass beyond its traditional tunes.
The shows feature WSU art instructor Andrew Hofmeister and Seattle pictorialist photographer Yukio Morinaga.
‘Million Dollar Quartet’ recreates a recording session featuring Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins.
Caitlin Kinnunen, a Kidstage actress, was nominated for best actress in a musical but lost to the favorite.
Caitlin Kinnunen, nominated for a Tony Award, began learning her art with Village Theatre’s KidStage.
The Camano Island Studio Tour runs May 10-12 and May 18-19 on Camano and in the Stanwood area.
A good example of progressive theater, the play should be required viewing for drama students.
“Woodland Reverie: The Art of Helen Loggie” at Cascadia Art Museum is showing through June 30.
The Artist of the Year’s exhibition titled “Animal Kingdom” opens March 7 at the Schack Art Center.
This couple agrees that the 1960s play about five decades of marriage remains relevant today.