Local playwright Andrew Lee Creech brings post-Emancipation Texas to life in a story of love, ambition and what it means to be free.
Plus, a 1903 throwback at Seattle Symphony, acrobatics at Seattle Rep and cavorting cacti at Pacific Northwest Ballet.
Inspired by Pacific Northwest weather, her latest line pairs spy-wear with high fashion, and each garment has a story sewn into the seams.
Plus, Local Sightings Film Festival picks and where to get your Tina Turner kicks.
Seattle’s largest dance company is at a turning point with a fall roster that’s younger and 50 percent BIPOC.
Plus, workshops and classes for aspiring artists, from abstract painting to hip hop dance.
Plus, the new ‘Femme Noire’ outdoor exhibit in Seattle’s Central District celebrates Black women artists from all over.
After a three-year hiatus, Seattle’s music and arts festival is reborn with extreme pogo sticking, performance rituals, a cat circus and an emphasis on local bands.
The dish can be religious for Southerners, who have strict rules about what should (Duke’s mayo) and shouldn’t (bacon) be on one.
Plus, a shimmering new tree-top sculpture now hanging at the Washington Park Arboretum.
Plus, finger paintings pop at SAM and the Seattle Design Festival spawns a ‘giggle prism’ in SLU.
With regional stages closing across the country, local leaders weigh in on post-pandemic challenges and offer strategies for survival.
Plus, embrace humanity with arts, cultural and film festivals in Tacoma, Vashon, Bainbridge and Seattle.
Plus, plumbing issues permanently sink the Museum of Museums on First Hill.
A look at Southern Jewish food in honor of Jinich’s Mexican-Jewish heritage, plus an update to the ‘Taco Tuesday’ trademark.
The television host shares his ideal last meal and serves behind-the-scenes details from Nickelodeon and the Food Network.