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Some’tet will play a free show at 8:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14, at The Red Bicycle Bistro Sushi.
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
DRAMA DOCK AUDITIONS Auditions for this six women and two men production of “The Odd Couple” will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday,… 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
Major choral works will be sung by the 75-voice choir.
Small works, suitable for gifting, are on display at art shows and the holiday studio tour.
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
Seattle-based Flamenco dancer Savannah Fuentes will bring her latest show, “Pasajera, an Evening of Flamenco,” to Vashon at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28, at the… Continue reading
Mic Drop will offer a roster of performers every other Friday night.
Tip the Scales with Kate MacLeod Songwriter and fiddler Kate MacLeod will be joined by island musicians Rebekah Kuzma and Kat Eggleston at a Tip… Continue reading
A cast of more than 30 exuberant theater kids, in grades six to 12, will take to the stage to perform “Mary Poppins, Jr.” this… Continue reading
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.
‘Dragon Country’ Civic Rep, Vashon’s newest professional theater company, presents “Dragon Country: Four Short Plays by Tennesee Williams” to run from Nov. 9 through 18… Continue reading