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The musical features a strong female storyline, was written by women and directed by a woman.
Show follows Ancient Greek goddesses trapped in modern America.
Three events you can’t miss on the Eastside.
“Bye Bye Birdie” was originally performed on Broadway in 1960–1961.
The countdown to spring is on for the Pacific Northwest.
All chopped up, it looks like this: Love and loss, compassion and anger, resentment and rage. But altogether, dance tells stories that share these universal… Continue reading
Kirkland Chamber of Commerce presents Beatles music experience on a rooftop balcony
Eight short films are scheduled to play
Production of classic Christmas ballet is Eastside tradition
W Bellevue’s Insider, Julia Amodt, offers her top seasonal tips for those living in or visiting the Puget Sound region. As the insider for W… Continue reading
Kirkland Arts Center will be hosting a Holiday Art Market featuring local artists and craftspeople, at their gallery, from Wednesday to Dec. 23. Visitors will… Continue reading
One of our favorite food-pairing wines is rosé because of the flavors that burst with notes of strawberry, cherry, cranberry and spice, backed by bright… Continue reading
Huge lineup: Andrew Rivers, Kermet Apio, Geoff Lott confirmed
Teatro ZinZanni takes the dinner-and-a-movie concept and literally turns it upside down, lifting the experience way into the stratosphere. There’s a four-course meal on tap,… Continue reading
Open the gates and seize the day — the Newsies are dancing into Issaquah’s Village Theatre this November. In other words, get ready for boys… Continue reading
It’s Thanksgiving weekend. Black Friday has come and gone. But instead of picking at cold turkey leftovers and hiding from shoppers, the makers of Urban… Continue reading
The Eastside Scene journalists sat down with ace reporter Katherine Plumber of “Newsies” to find out what has changed — and stayed the same —… Continue reading
Does this blustery weather make you want to curl up on the couch with a blanket, hot chocolate, a cat and a new knitting project?… Continue reading
If you’re looking for a Thanksgiving shopping experience the whole family can enjoy, look no further than the Mercer Island Harvest Market, which will be… Continue reading
Kirkland Art Center’s Cirque du Surreal celebrates the imagination this October | The Eastside Scene
Artist Salvador Dali’s melting clocks, a ring master at a circus, and flapper girls from the 1920s. Cirque du Surreal is coming to town. The… Continue reading