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Performances are slated for the Vashon Center for the Arts stage and Salish Sea Early Music Festival
“Enough: Vashon Women in Conversation,” aims to support women’s empowerment organizations.
The concert will include dance pieces ranging from classical ballet to original works.
An afternoon of performances will honor the visionary work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Film screenings, discussions and a performance will celebrate the life and work of James Broughton.
Most receptions are planned from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday.
The concert is a fundraiser for Drama Dock’s upcoming summer production of “Winghaven Park.”
2019 saw a flurry of performers, concerts, theater productions, art exhibitions and more.
In early December, Vashon Center for the Arts gallery business manager Lynann Politte walked into VCA’s soaring lobby, filled with a Christmas tree and wreath,… Continue reading
Offerings include all-star performances, concerts, special exhibits and holiday sales.
A new family business will show its wares during the Vashon Island Visual Artists’ studio tour.
The show, with its ever-evolving cast of singers, is back on the island by popular demand.
“Sound Portraits From Bulgaria” explores a place Martin Koenig describes as now being “completely gone.”
“You’re supposed to give and contribute to your community until the day you’re in a box.”
Drama Dock’s latest production delivers high comedy and wrenchingly emotional character transitions.
Seattle broadcast personalities will talk about their mutual interest in “all things bookish.”
The production came complete with the full Broadway script and a rocking band.
The production explores the Jewish immigration and assimilation experience of the last century.
Rock out at the skate park, films light up the screen, dreams lost, found and transformed, and more.
“She Kills Monsters” is Drama Dock’s first offering by a non-white playwright.