Inspired by a true life story, and based on a 2004 Johnny Depp-Kate Winslet film, the musical “Finding Neverland” tells how J.M. Barrie came to create his most famous play, “Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up.”
Barbolak made it to the top 10 of the most recent season of “America’s Got Talent.”
Many Americans this past summer discovered the Utah couple on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” where they advanced to the finals. And now Spokane audiences will get to see them in person when Duo Transcend takes the stage as part of the “A Magical Cirque Christmas” show at the First Interstate Center for the Arts on Tuesday.
“Daisy,” written by Sean Devine, opens Friday at Stage Left Theater and runs through Dec. 2.
Is life one big “Choose Your Own Adventure” game or are all the twists and turns we experience predetermined? Nick Payne’s “Constellations” doesn’t answer the question, but it does offer evidence to back both suggestions.
Tickets are on sale now for Saget’s four shows at the Spokane Comedy Club, Jan. 25 and 26.
The film “Finding Neverland” told the based-on-fact story of how J.M. Barrie befriended the Llewelyn Davies family, and how they inspired the creation of Peter, Tinkerbell, Captain Hook and the Lost Boys of Neverland. That story is now a musical, and it’s coming to Spokane Thursday night.
“Constellations,” directed by Pamela Kingsley, opens Friday at Spokane Civic Theatre and runs through Dec. 2.
The Second City National Touring Company is bringing its “best of” show to Spokane on Wednesday for an evening of sketch comedy, improv and a whole lot of laughs.
Kattan is scheduled to appear both days of the convention, June 1-2 at the Spokane Convention Center.
Moscow Community Theater showcases their production of Larry Shue’s “The Foreigner” this weekend at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre.
As he develops his latest comedy hour, “Walking On Eggshells,” comedian Eddie Ifft is making his way across the United States entertaining fans and experimenting with new material.
Whitney Cummings will headline the Spokane Comedy Club on Nov. 8-10.
In 2019, Sophia Anne Caruso will get to check off another box on her to-do list: Playing the female lead in a big new Broadway musical.
Dave Attell visits the Spokane Comedy Club Friday and Saturday night.
Comedian Tom Papa brings his life and travel themed comedy hour to the Bing Crosby Theater this weekend.
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.
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