This weekend Montana Shakespeare in the Parks comes to Liberty Lake and Sandpoint with “Love’s Labour’s Lost” and “Othello”
Ryan Dean Tucker had hardly washed all the fake blood off his feet when he started thinking about his next one-man show. There were a few technical difficulties in the hours leading up to “Die Hard: The One-Man Show,” which he performed in January, but overall, the show was a massive success.
“So You Think You Can Dance Live” will come to the INB Performing Arts Center on Dec. 9 for the final performance of its annual tour.
Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre’s production of “Legally Blonde” opens Thursday and runs through Aug. 29.
Vytal Movement Dance Company may be a relatively new player on the Spokane art scene, it’s already making its mark.
CYT North Idaho leaders see “Newsies” as a perfect fit for their organization.
An on-sale date for “The Lion King” will be announced in the future.
Seattle-based comedian, a graduate of SCC and EWU, is happy to be coming back to Spokane for a run that starts tonight.
“Oklahoma!” opens at Davenport High School on Friday.
If anyone should be reminded to be careful what they wish for, it’s the characters in “Into the Woods.” The musical, which features a book by James Lapine and music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, follows fairy tale characters from stories by Charles Perrault and the Brothers Grimm as they make a wish and, at the end of Act 1, receive exactly what they hoped for.
Ten years ago, Julia Sweeney dropped out of Hollywood. After four seasons on “Saturday Night Live,” two acclaimed stage monologues, “God Said ‘Ha!’” and “Letting Go of God,” appearances on television and in movies, she and her daughter, Mulan, left Southern California and moved to Willmette, a suburb of Chicago, where her husband, a biophysicist, owns a business. The idea, she says in her latest one-woman show, “Older and Wider,” is that he would be the breadwinner. She could be the bread eater.
Four strong leads, a talented ensemble and energetic dance numbers make “Guys and Dolls” at Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre a real treat.
The show follows the plot of the novel closely. Until the end.
“Sally Cotter and the Prisoner of Ala Katraz” opens Friday and runs through July 21.
The musical opens at Spokane Valley Summer Theatre on Friday and runs through July 29.
“It’s Your Wedding Day,” the opening number, set the tone for the night. The talents of the entire cast were showcased in an energetic dance routine, complete with flashy partnering moves and even flashier costumes.
“Guys and Dolls” has been charming audiences since its Broadway debut in 1950. This summer, local audiences will get to experience it with Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre’s production of the legendary show. “It’s one of those beautiful Golden Age pieces that has aged really well and still plays well to contemporary audiences,” said director Jadd Davis, who’s also artistic director of CST. “It’s a time capsule that you can open any time in history and it still works.”
“The Wedding Singer” opens Friday and runs through July 22 at Lake City Playhouse.
The “Arrested Development” actor will perform Monday at the Bing Crosby Theater.
In most musical revues, the plot comes second to the music. But in “Forever Plaid,” which opened Thursday at Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre, the plot explains the urgency behind the songs. The plot of “Forever Plaid,” quickly introduced by an offstage announcer before the title quartet takes the stage, goes something like this:
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