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The show will feature a lineup of performers and mark the 75th birthday of the singer-songwriter.
The leads are female in this version, staged by Drama Dock.
A Russian piano prodigy is first up in the lineup.
The free, family-friendly event takes place on Jan. 26 at the Vashon Theater.
Pottinger led a life on Vashon that was centered on family, service and creative accomplishment.
On New Year’s Eve, Open Space for Arts & Community will let islanders alternate between revelry and rejuvenation at its annual Re(New)al Year’s Eve party,… Continue reading
The Wild Mermaid, a new restaurant next to Vashon’s north-end ferry dock, opened last week featuring specialty coffees, buttery baked goods and sandwiches-to-go, all served… Continue reading
Monica Gripman creates astounding work while dreaming of establishing a studio space for artists.
The spirit of the souq will come alive on Saturday
For Vadne White, it’s that time of year — when late at night, her husband might jolt her from a reverie of deep, silent contemplation… Continue reading
Vashon youth will make a joyful noise in choral and band concerts next week, in anticipation of new opportunities coming up for music-making island kids… Continue reading
On Friday, dozens of talented islanders will give the gift of song in a special concert aimed at raising lots of money for local nonprofits.… Continue reading
The world premiere of a new play about the bond between mothers and daughters, “My Mother, MySelf,” will have performances at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov.… Continue reading
Islanders can experience art up close and personal when the members of Vashon Island Visual Artists (VIVA) collectively fling open their doors to the public… Continue reading
A fanciful new series, Beer and Puppet Theatre, will launch at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, at Vashon Brewing Community Pub. The maestro of the… Continue reading
Mic Drop will offer a roster of performers every other Friday night.
Islanders can step back in time to examine the contributions of Japanese Americans on Vashon, as well as the tragedy and shame of their forced… Continue reading
“Dragon Country: Four Short Plays,” by Tennessee Williams.
Local youth musicians will open for Snuff Redux.
The whimsical sculpture adorns a spot by Vashon Pharmacy.