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“She’s Hot” and “Legacies: A Ghost Story” were read as part of the Vashon Repertory’s Theatre Fest.
By Lynann Politte For Vashon Center for the Arts A day doesn’t go by during the Summer Arts Fest at Vashon Center for the Arts… Continue reading
“We know great things can be produced here on Vashon.”
Audience members in attendance will meet five archetypal Samuel Beckett characters.
It’s not often that one of your favorite authors emails you out of the blue.
The mostly non-verbal show will include live music, acrobatics, illusion and feats for all ages.
By Susan McCabe For Vashon Repertory Theatre When Shakespeare wrote “The Tempest,” there were no women in Elizabethan theatre. Vashon Repertory Theatre’s Theatre Fest will… Continue reading
“The panel will be a great conversation starter about topics that need to be talked about.”
One of the exhibit’s 25-foot totem poles calls for the protection of sacred Indigenous places.
“ART” on stage, give your welcome to Sandra Noel, the new Vashon Poet Laureate, and more.
Two island leaders who have shaped Vashon’s business and social life will be on the discussion panel.
“ART,” a Tony-Award-winning comedy by Yasmina Reza, has a three-person local cast.
Rock out in the IGA parking lot next week, talking about body image at VCA, and more.
Meghan Ames and Christopher Kehoe will perform in Vashon Repertory Theatre’s production of “The Tempest,” by William Shakespeare.
The seven-part audio series will premiere on Voice of Vashon at 9 p.m. Sunday, July, 4.
Friday will start a rolling series of exhibitions by local artists that will continue until Aug. 26.
The action takes place in 1986 on a thinly-veiled fictional island in Puget Sound.
Big summer blockbusters at Vashon Theatre, Drama Dock presents “ART,” and more.
“The artists coming together are some of Vashon’s finest.”
“Penny Talequah and the Ms. Olsen Incident” is coming to the airwaves, a night of jazz, and more.