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The show, with its ever-evolving cast of singers, is back on the island by popular demand.
“Ford v Ferrari” star at the theatre, the music of David Bowie, “Ballroom Burlesque,” and more.
Jamie Stillway and Eric Skye, “OUT!”, “Sweet Dreams” returns to the arts center, and more.
Drama Dock’s latest production delivers high comedy and wrenchingly emotional character transitions.
The student cast of Eat My Shorts appears in several short plays on the Vashon High School stage.
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.
The show’s creators weave storytelling, songs and theater to tell a story about their lives together.
Presenters will discuss how to bring compassion and mindfulness into workplaces and communities.
“Vashon Calling” includes 13 tracks by island bands and singer-songwriters.
Chamber music, the politics of hair, climate change talk, rock out at the skate park, and more.
Most spots are open from 6 to 9 p.m.
The Wandering Reel Traveling Film Festival is coming to the Vashon Theatre for the first time.
“Aaah! Zombies,” The Curvettes at the Red Bike, David Guterson, the politics of hair, and more.
“Enchanted” is the latest performance in an ongoing series.
Lineup includes cabaret tunes from island baritone, Portland-inspired performances and Cuban jazz.
Poet Merna Ann Hecht will be joined by cellist Michelle Dodson for “Singing Hope in a Dark Time.”