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Artists will be on hand at several of the First Friday Gallery Cruise openings between 6 and 9 p.m. Turn to the next page for… Continue reading
Vashon Island Chorale will ring in the holiday season next weekend with an ambitious concert that features not only masterpieces from the Renaissance and Baroque eras but also two new works by contemporary composers.
Leah Mann and Ela Lamblin, founders of Lelavision Physical Music, usually get hired to work at theaters and festivals, performing a unique blend of dance and physical comedy that revolves around Lamblin’s musical sculptures.
Vashon High School drama students will present an original take on one of the most beloved plays in the American theater canon, with four performances of “It’s a Wilder World Today: Our Town Revisited” scheduled for Thursday through Sunday.
It was 1989 when a bright-eyed band of six young theater artists arrived on Vashon’s shores.
An accomplished roster of musicians will play an evening of chamber music for strings at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14, at Blue Heron Art Center.
Music aficionados will have a tough choice this weekend, with two acclaimed guitar players coming to town for concerts on the same night.
Vashon’s art community will be out in full force on Friday, enjoying its ritual march through new exhibits opening up at Island art spaces.The First… Continue reading
Vashon-Maury Chamber Orchestra will open its 2009-2010 concert series on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 7 and 8, with two concerts at Vashon Methodist Church.
A high-octane Halloween weekend at Red Bicycle Bistro & Sushi will kick off at 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30, with a night of do-it-yourself karaoke fun.
The Blue Heron stage will come alive this weekend with a patchwork quilt of original monologues and scenes written and directed by playwright Stefani Priest.
An all-Island team of comedians is out to tickle Vashon’s funnybone during a night of comedy slated for 8:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9, at Red… Continue reading
Could anyone be blamed if they’ve fallen out of love with animated children’s films?
Vashon Allied Arts is branching out with a new program that will bring acclaimed art world movers and shakers, authors, conductors and other cultural heavyweights to Vashon for a series of informative lectures.
It’s an oft-quoted line from a movie about baseball, but as it turns out, it also applies to a cavernous former coffee warehouse on Vashon: “If you build it, they will come.”
Oil painter Mary Rothermel is not only an artist, she’s also an avid rower and environmentalist whose piece for VAA’s auction represents a confluence of those three passions.
A big name in comedy is coming to Vashon Theatre this week, to perform in a live show that will also feature a classic car show and lively music by a local band.
Island music aficionados will be transported to the streets, garrets and cafés of Paris this month, when Giacomo Puccini’s beloved opera, La Bohème, springs to life on the stage of Vashon High School on Sept. 18 and 20.