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“If one person truly gets it and changes, it will be well worth it.”
Island talent will serve up a series of skits, musicals and monologues this weekend.
Acclaimed filmmaker talks Roman Vishniac; stage is set for a lip sync battle; Joel Ross, and more.
Debbie Dimitre, a Northwest storyteller, will perform her show about Emily Dickinson on Oct. 19.
Most galleries are open from 6 to 9 p.m.
LaVon Hardison will perform at Vashon Center for the Arts as part of the Earshot Jazz Festival.
Hear author Susan Wolf, groove to Van Redeker Band, take the stage in a lip sync battle, and more.
A “Stringband Rock” show, Dakota Camacho, artists wanted for the holidays, and more.
The play with music is the islander Kat Eggleston’s ode to her father.
Auction-goers pledged more than $110,000 for VCA’s scholarship fund for its education programs.
“Return to Mt. Kennedy” will have a screening at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27, at Vashon Theatre.
His sound fuses roots reggae, ragga, dance hall and other beats with powerful lyrics and grooves.
It has been seven years since the popular variety show was staged.
“We looked for people who have experience with an audience and are great storytellers.”
Appetizers and dinner will be served by Herban Feast as guests bid on silent auction items.
Hurra! Oktoberfest; LGBTQ films to screen; get caught in The Cyclone Line; and more.
Toi Toi Toi ‘La Traviata,’ acclaimed authors say ‘write on’ past 70, “The Boys Who Said No!” and more.
They are known for lush vocal performances and intricate instrumentals rooted in folk and bluegrass.
“We need more diversity among our performing musicians, and we need to hear their voices, too.”
The animation festival is the first of its kind solely focused on works addressing social issues