Prom Queen holds court in The Can Can’s ‘Femme Fatale.’ Photo by Nate Watters

Pick List: ‘Femme Fatale,’ SoDo Track Open House, ‘Patience’

The week’s best entertainment offerings.

Prom Queen holds court in The Can Can’s ‘Femme Fatale.’ Photo by Nate Watters
The Midwestern tale of <em>Sweet Land</em> makes its West Coast premiere at Taproot Theatre. Photo by Erik Stuhaug

This Land Was Made for You and Me

Taproot’s ‘Sweet Land, the Musical’ doesn’t fully capture the mood of 1920s Minnesota farmland, but still manages to charm.

The Midwestern tale of <em>Sweet Land</em> makes its West Coast premiere at Taproot Theatre. Photo by Erik Stuhaug

Golden Goal

On the Seventh Day takes an atypical sports movie approach while addressing immigrant issues.

Illustration by Taylor Dow

Meltdown and Remold

Pluto intensifies a solar eclipse in Cancer.

Illustration by Taylor Dow
Phoebe Bridgers heads back to Seattle after a stellar Sasquatch! set. Photo by Brady Harvey

Pick List: Phoebe Bridgers, Desus & Mero, Seattle Symphony Performs ‘Star Wars’

The weekend’s top entertainment events.

Phoebe Bridgers heads back to Seattle after a stellar Sasquatch! set. Photo by Brady Harvey
Wimps isn’t trash. Photo by Kelly O

Wimps’ Renewable Punk Energy

The Seattle trio isn’t afraid to get dirty on its new album, ‘Garbage People.’

Wimps isn’t trash. Photo by Kelly O

Young Feet and Old Steps

‘DANCE This’ connects young performers with their peers and their cultural traditions of movement.

My Favorite Martins

Steve Martin and Martin Short discuss bringing their two-man comedy extravaganza back to Seattle.

‘The King’ explores the idea of Elvis as a symbol of America. Photo courtesy Oscilloscope Laboratories

‘The King’ of the U.S.A.

A new documentary on Elvis Presley tries to make the rock icon the embodiment of America.

‘The King’ explores the idea of Elvis as a symbol of America. Photo courtesy Oscilloscope Laboratories
Illustration by Taylor Dow

Pretty Burn

Trines sweeten the sky as Mars gets weirder and Chiron turns retrograde.

Illustration by Taylor Dow

Pick List: Kacey Musgraves, ‘Sweet Land,’ Beatles Movies

The week’s best entertainment options.

Illustration by Taylor Dow

Life on Mars

Mars retrograde kicks off with a Capricorn full Moon.

Illustration by Taylor Dow
Will (Ben Foster) and his teenage daughter, Tom (Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie), live outside of society 
in Leave No Trace. Image courtesy SIFF

Off the Grid

‘Leave No Trace’ weaves a poignant tale about a father running from society and a daughter who yearns for it.

Will (Ben Foster) and his teenage daughter, Tom (Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie), live outside of society 
in Leave No Trace. Image courtesy SIFF
James and his feathered friend. Photo courtesy Seattle Mariners
James and his feathered friend. Photo courtesy Seattle Mariners

Seattle Summer Free Events Guide

Make the most of the sunny season with artistic activities that don’t cost a dime.

A scene from the 2017 Seattle Pride Parade. Photo by Bobby Arispe Jr./Flickr

Seattle Pride Pick List

Maximize your Pride Weekend experience with these standout celebrations and activities.

A scene from the 2017 Seattle Pride Parade. Photo by Bobby Arispe Jr./Flickr

Dino-Might

While peppier than its predecessor, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom still feels very calculated.

Illustration by Taylor Dow

Indignation and Compassion

Cancer season, and summer, begin with choppy waters.

Illustration by Taylor Dow
Photo by Brett Curtiss/Flickr

Memories of Prides Past

We caught up with some notable locals to reminisce about their favorite moments from the festivities.

Photo by Brett Curtiss/Flickr
Snail Mail’s Lindsey Jordan is still a teen, making ‘Lush’ an even more ridiculous indie rock achievement. Photo courtesy Ground Control Touring

Pick List: Snail Mail, Sounders Pride, Peach Kelli Pop

The week’s best entertainment options.

Snail Mail’s Lindsey Jordan is still a teen, making ‘Lush’ an even more ridiculous indie rock achievement. Photo courtesy Ground Control Touring