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.
“The Lion King” will run from Jan. 23 through Feb. 3 at the INB Performing Arts Center.
The 11th annual Runway Renegades Fashion Show will be held on Satuday at Riverside Place.
“Mary Poppins,” directed by Troy Nickerson, opens Friday and runs until Oct. 14.
When it opened on Broadway in 1975, it was, to quote its most famous song, a “singular sensation.”
Asner will perform ‘God Help Us!’ on Wednesday, with Trigger Weddle and Brandon Michael.
Michael Gene Sullivan’s adaptation presents the section of the original storyline during which Winston has been arrested for thoughtcrime and sent to “the Ministry of Love” for re-education.
The comedian says ideas often come to him while he’s out running errands.
All participants will receive a free ticket to the carrousel, while supplies last.
“Anne of Green Gables” runs Friday through Sunday.
T.J. Miller’s comedy revolves around the absurdity of everyday happenings and the strange situations in which he finds himself. His delivery is controlled but slightly unhinged.
Spokane Arts gets audiences fired up for what local arts organizations have to offer this season.
Lead actress Kiki Burns has fallen ill; the musical will resume tomorrow.
Sophia Anne Caruso will play the goth teenager Lydia, the role performed in the 1988 film “Beetlejuice” by Winona Ryder.
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.
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