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Rosemary Jones
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Her Brain Keeps Transmitting Dance
Brain Is Radio photo by Joseph Lambert Ask Ashleigh Miller how she came up with her title for
“Brain is a Radio” and she’ll tell you that it is all about “opening yourself
up.”   She describes her current work,
labeled a dance/media performance, as “like a ...

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Theater Schmeater features Union Gospel Mission artists
"Reflections" courtesy of R Pillitteri and UGM. During the current run of “My Man Godfrey” at Theater Schmeater, the show’s producers hope that a lobby full of artwork will remind audiences that a “forgotten man” isn’t just a quaint comic notion from the 19...

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New Cinderella
“So,” said one member of the audience when leaving last Saturday, "is that how ballet traditionally does Cinderella story?” “No,” replied her friend, “that was anything but traditional.” For its first program of 2017, Pacific Northwest Ballet brought Jean-C...

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Georgetown Conservartory is home to Playwrights Salon
A reading at the Conservatory Seattle. Photo: Seattle Playwrights Salon The Seattle Playwrights Salon curators Kate Danley and Margaret O’Donnell have created a lively series of works-in-progress at the Conservatory, 5813 Airport Way South, Seattle. Each mo...

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Great time to see new works at Velocity
Rehearsal of Renee Boehlke's piece at Velocity. Photo: Renee Boehlke Velocity’s Bridge Project opens this weekend. Four local choreographers are given a four-week residency at Velocity Dance Center to create new works. Inspired by science fiction and theori...

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Porretta's recollections of dance informs and charms
One of Pacific Northwest Ballet's most appealing dancers is principal dancer Jonathan Porretta. Anyone who has attended PNB on a regular basis has a favorite Porretta moment (mine will probably always be is his frolicsome Puck). Award-winning
arts journalis...

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The Brits are coming to 14/48
Steve Reid references another famous Brit. January’s 14/48 Festival at ACT Theatre has turned into an international celebration of speed theater. Billed as “the world’s quickest theater festival,” the Winter 2017 edition will have three participants from Br...

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Plenty of deals still available for holiday shows
It’s probably not possible to see every holiday show currently playing in the Seattle area. Not unless you have unlimited funds and time. But deals abound throughout the month and it would be a shame to miss all the fun. For most theaters and even the big p...

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Dancing with kilts
Jonathan Porretta is jumping high to become the King of the Kilt.  For the second year, the Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancer has donned the plaid for charity, entering Ronald McDonald House's Men In Kilts competition. Votes are made in the form of...

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Robert Koon mixes myth with the challenges of sustainable forestry
Robert Koon’s latest play takes the audience to the far North, where a writer meets a tree-sitter. The play references one of the great world myths, where the father of the gods, Odin, hung himself on the World Tree to gain knowledge. Mirror Stage presents ...
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