Elizabeth Shepherd

Drama Dock attracts new talent for production of ‘Tommy’

In many ways, the show is about the quiet and long process of recovering from trauma.

Duo brings poetry, power to upcoming performance

Concert-goers can expect to hear music that is stirring, contemplative and topical.

Third-graders sound the alarm to save salmon and orcas

Artworks call on their viewers to step up to protect the fragile ecosystems of the Salish Sea.

Loud and proud, an exhibit celebrates LGBTQ life on Vashon

The show, at the island’s Heritage Museum, is on view until March 31, 2020.

A new musical production wraps ‘O Brother’ songs in fresh gimmick

A fresh narrative, built around Vashonian lore, will adapt famous soundtrack to island story.

Can’t-miss performances, blockbuster new shows to debut

Island’s first art walk of the summer will unfold from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, June 7.

Nikkita Oliver set to send powerful message

The acclaimed activist and artist will present programs for youth and general audiences.

Poets Tess Gallagher and Alice Derry to read recent works

Both will read selections from old and new collections.

Rainbow Girls come to Vashon for an intimate show

The Californian folk trio meld love, self-reflection and social justice into their music.

A new film tells the ‘enormous’ story of The Gorge

A Vashon screening is bookended by the film’s Seattle premiere at SIFF.

Finances, future of VCA discussed

An endowment, one-night auction and new partnerships are changes ahead

Spring into a gallery cruise on Friday

Most arts spots are open from 6 to 9 p.m.

Studio tour is rite of spring on Vashon

Viewers will find treasures tucked away all over the island

Snapdragon renovates to reveal ‘arts center for the people’

Snapdragon Bakery & Café will open a new area of the restaurant on Friday.

Spicy series is back with ‘Flights of Fancy’

Burlesco Notturno will unveil its latest installment this weekend.

Arts center changes leadership lineup

One leadership role at the organization was eliminated to create another.

Vashon Bookshop celebrates its independence

The one-day national party hosted by booksellers across the country will be held this Saturday.

Chorale celebrates 30 years of song in concert this weekend

Beginning in 1989, the Chorale has since become a beloved island institution.

Recommendation: Patterson Hood at Vashon Theatre

The singer is known for writing music expressing the duality of the south’s prideful soul and shame.

Organizations join forces to restore meadow

Vashon Nature Center will take up residence at Vashon Center for the Arts.