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Georgetown stilt walker Sage Viniconis brings a sense of normalcy to the abnormal.
THE YELLOW WALLPAPERTheater Schmeater, 1500 Summit Ave., 206-325-6500. $12-$15; Pay-what-you-can Thurs.8 p.m. Thurs.-Sat. Also 2 p.m. Sun., April 13. Ends Sat., April 26.Heather Newman's adaptation… Continue reading
A group of choreographers faces the difficulties of trying to shape a new work from the world's wreckage.
Children depict the atrocities of Darfur in crayon.
Chinese-born novelist explains why he wrote about the Korean War in English.
Frozen offers stunning performances and a frigid denouement.
The '60s are a laughing matter at the Rep.
More than a fad, karaoke has customers— and cash registers—singing at bars all over the city.
Artists take the battle for theater spaces into their own hands.
It's precious, poetic, and essential—so why are we wasting it?
SUMMER IN SEATTLE means waterfront dining. But with so many options you can feel like a seagull circling an entire busload of schoolkids with French… Continue reading
'West Side Story' and 'The Racket' speak in tongues.
A new biography of Patrick O'Brian, and two youthful works, deepen the mystery surrounding the secretive sea novelist.
A classic '70s reference goes millennial, plus Miss Wyoming.
Our performing-arts critics urge you to see Told You Once and the chamber-music-for-the-masses ensemble Simple Measures.
Marianne Wiggins braves the elements, in life as in fiction.
Big '80s hair, yes, but no Hairspray.
FRIDAY-SUNDAYFILMBACON, THE FILMHave you ever seen a sow artificially inseminated, or a piglet stripped of his ballsin extreme close-up? How about a giant retention pond… Continue reading
An esteemed rock critic gauges her free-spirited community's place in mainstream culture.
But they don't seem very happy in Nicola Barker's strange novel.