The period that falls just between the gray doldrums and the explosion of outdoor festivals is one of the city's busiest for arts events. And our guide will take you to all the best, from now through Memorial Day. We start with a look at some of the work in process—profiling artists still in the midst of creating what we'll see this season. Part II is our exhaustive calendar, with a plethora of picks.
Seattle Weekly's Spring Arts Guide 2010— Welcome to Spring Arts 2010— Spring Arts Calendar: A guide to what’s up and what’s on, with our picks for the best.— Sound Shopper: Rob Witmer creates the audio scenery for theaters all over town.— Keyed to the City: Novice Seattle playwright finds a mainstage showcase for big ideas at Intiman.— Open Sourced: The emotional wreckage from a father’s death is the creative wellspring for Seattle Opera’s first commissioned piece in decades. — You Like It Soft, Don’t You?: Mark Siano milks ’80s camp for all it's worth.