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Hundreds of ballet dancers — ages 8 to 18 — are competing through the weekend in Bellevue for a chance to earn scholarships from leading dance schools around the globe.
Four productions are on tap for Bellevue Youth Theatre's spring season: Oblio and the Pointless Forest, Rapunzel, Once Upon a Mattress, and A Midsummer Night's Dream. All will be performed at the organization's new theater at Crossroads Park, 16051 N.E. 10th St.
In the Pacific Northwest, some of the people who create the boldest stage magic are not the ones we actually see on stage. The Bellevue Reporter sat down with one of them. Meet Teatro ZinZanni’s “Contessa DeLuxe,” Louise DiLenge.
Forrest Sargent’s verbal vocabulary may be limited to a few dozens words, but his photographs speak volumes.
The beautiful and iconic global fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg recently visited the Bellevue Collection to officially open her new DVF boutique.
Moncler, the French-Italian apparel manufacturer noted for its fashionable winterwear and sportswear, has opened at The Shops at The Bravern.
Here are 10 suggestions to enjoy the festivities without over-indulging.
Master Chorus Eastside is holding auditions in preparation for its upcoming 2014/2015 season.
The competition, an effort to celebrate new music, recognize up-and-coming artist and give fans the ability to vote, Bands4Good is a national contest focused on showcasing unknown talent and raising money to keep music in schools.
The 5th Avenue homecoming of ‘A Christmas Story, The Musical’ is a flawless spectacle of comic brilliance and Christmas cheer
Based loosely on the life of radio legend Jean Shepard, his book "In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash" and the iconic 1983 holiday movie of the same name, the show is a time capsule of what life was like in the 1940s, when children lived simpler lives and every American strived for the "nuclear family."
Author Carew Papritz, called "The Cowboy Philosopher," will sign his new book, The Legacy Letters, from 2:30-4:40 p.m. Dec. 13 at Barnes & Noble in downtown Bellevue.
Holy Cross Lutheran and St. Margaret's churches are collaborating on a five-month film series on five Tuesday evenings.
“The Innkeepers’ Christmas,” a play by Taproot Theatre’s touring company, will be performed Dec. 7 during the Sunday service at Lake Sammamish Foursquare Church, 14434 N.E. Eighth St., Bellevue.
What to do about a problem like renovation? That's the question Sammamish High School theater teacher Melissa Deutsch had to wrestle this fall when deciding what musical the school was going to perform.
Kirkland's International Ballet Theatre is ringing in its holiday season performing Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker at the Kirkland Performing Arts Center and the Meydenbauer Theatre.
The Westminster Chapel Choir and the Lake Washington Symphony Orchestra will present a Christmas Pops Concert at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, and again at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14.
Holidays are such a great time of year, a chance to get together with friends and families and celebrate everything we’re thankful for. Sometimes it’s easy to get a bit too carried away with all the holiday foods and treats, so I thought I would provide some ideas of healthier options for your holiday meals.
Next week, the Moore Theatre will host three performances of "King Lear" directed by Bill Buckhurst, starring Joseph Marcell as the king and a cast of seven others starting Nov. 25, 26 at 7:30 p.m., with a Wednesday matinee at 2 p.m.
There's trouble at 17 Cherry Tree Lane and it's not Mary Poppins. The Village Theatre's opening night production of the popular children's story had several magical moments, including flying people, kites and a chimney sweep dancing on the ceiling. But many of those fell flat as numerous miscues, both musical and spoken, clumsy stage blocking and stagehands appearing in plain view took audience members out of the story. By the time you read this I'm sure both cast and crew will have ironed out the majority of its timing issues, taking copious amounts of sugar to help the medicine go down, which is why I'm throughly encouraging people to see this production.
A few months ago Eddie Vedder and his wife Jill became founder members of the largest nonprofit dedicated to finding a cure for Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), a devastating, life-threatening genetic skin disorder, which causes children to break out in skin blisters and erosions all over their bodies. Earlier this month he played a benefit solo-show at Microsoft.