Undergraduate theater students of North Idaho College are taking a wild trip into minimalism and the dramatic absurd this weekend.
The play, directed by Shea King, opens Friday and runs through Nov. 4.
Aspire Community Theater presents “42nd Street” at the Kroc Center in Coeur d’Alene
The staged reading will be performed Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
This year, Ellen Travolta and her sister, Margaret, will read stories about toys submitted by fans from all over the region. They started the storytelling project with last year’s show, “Christmas With a Twist.” This year, they sought stories about a toy received, a toy desired, or a toy given.
Annee Magee, former Lilac City Skating Club member, returns to Spokane with “Disney on Ice: Dare to Dream”
Morihiko Nakahara conducts the “Cirque de la Symphonie” in SSO season’s first pops concert.
KZZU’s Molly Allen writes and stars in the new family comedy on stage this weekend at Stage Left.
DaVinci’s collection of tricks and thrills, plus a menagerie of exotic birds, has taken him to more than 50 countries on six continents.
The event will also feature Power 2 the Poetry’s Bethany Montgomery, the Spokane Interfaith Council’s Skyler Oberst, among others.
Gaffigan is known for “The Jim Gaffigan Show,” multiple standup specials and guest appearances on TV and film.
After performing more than 100 shows on their China Tour, “America’s Got Talent” all-star group Recycled Percussion is coming to the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox tomorrow night.
Sure, not every member in the audience of Julia Sweeney’s “Older and Wider,” which she performed Friday at the Bing Crosby Theater, had experience as a parent or a spouse.
After 10 years away from Hollywood, Julia Sweeney decided to mount a comeback. So far, so good.
The set of “Bug” alone was likely enough to make the audience feel a little dirty. The story, from actor/playwright Tracy Letts, centers on a cocktail waitress, a war veteran and the seedy motel room when paranoia comes to life.
Comroe’s first show is sold out, but he added a second performance at 9:45 p.m.
The plot of Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro” is both silly and sinister. Its characters are at once charming and threatening. Its outcome is both improbable and inevitable. Everywhere in the libretto you look, you find complexity.
SNL Comedian Julia Sweeney to lead a student comedy workshop at G Prep
“Bug,” directed by Marianne McLaughlin, opens Friday and runs through Oct. 14.
Quincy McCune’s portrayal of Poppins was a joy to watch and hear. There were moments where her mannerisms were so accurate, and my seat just far enough back, that Julie Andrews could’ve been there on stage.
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