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Arts and Entertainment
The Vashon Youth Musical Theatre will present “The Snow Queen” at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 4 p.m. Sunday at the Methodist church.
Community Events, November 2015
Watching “Speech & Debate,” this year’s opening play for the Vashon High School drama season, people may think they’re seeing a show about what The New York Times described as “a dark comedy (that seems to be) about a frumpy girl, a nerdy guy and an openly gay guy who band together to disclose the truth about a teacher who preys on his male students.”
The nonprofit group Friends of Mukai will bring Vancouver, B.C. filmmaker Pia Massie to the island to show and discuss her documentary “Just Beyond Hope” at 7 p.m. Saturday at Spoke. The film is free and the first of a series sponsored by Friends of Mukai.
Music of the 1940s will fill the Red Bike; Lecture will look at Arts and Crafts artist; Folk choir will give Thanksgiving concert
For a humorous play that explores the pitfalls of life as a teen in the 21st century, “Speech & Debate” makes for a less-than-inspiring title.