“Legally Blonde,” the musical, is based on the 2001 film of the same name, which starred Reese Witherspoon as Woods.
“The Flick,” which is directed by Andrew Start, won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2014.
Both plays were performed at the Kaleidoscope Theatre Festival, Feb. 28-March 2 in Prosser, Washington.
Tickets start at $51.50 and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. at all TicketsWest outlets, online at ticketswest.com or by calling (800) 325-SEAT.
Spokane Civic Theatre’s production of “The Flick,” directed by Andrew Start, opens Friday and runs through March 24.
She’ll perform at the Spokane Comedy Club on March 7 and 8.
Stage Left Theater’s production of Marina Carr’s “Hecuba” is not a show I’ll soon forget. House lights dimmed as a funereal monody played over the empty stage. Hecuba (Caryn Hoaglund), her daughters, Cassandra (Dana Sammond) and Polyxena (Kailie Jackson), and her daughter-in-law, Andromache (Erin Anders) file into the ruined throne room followed by the remaining Trojan women. Defenseless after a decade of war, there is nothing left to do but wait for the enemy Greeks to cart them away.
As Winslow tells it, his time growing up on Fairchild Air Force Base was a catalyst for him developing his imitation talent.
“Broadway, Beat by Beat” will be performed Friday through Sunday on the Margot and Robert Ogden Main Stage.
Friday night, the players of Stage Left Theater will open their production of Marina Carr’s “Hecuba.” Loosely based on Euripides’ play of the same name, “Hecuba” is a retelling of the events that took place during the 28-hour period that falls between Homer’s “Iliad” and “Odyssey.” The story follows Hecuba, the recently dethroned queen of Troy, as she and the other Trojan women face a harsh new reality.
The cast and crew will present an abbreviated version of the play on Saturday.
“My Favorite Toy Was Dirt” will premiere at Spokane Community College’s Lair Auditorium on Friday.
Tickets for the show, part of Dunham’s “Passively Aggressive” tour, go on sale Friday and start at $59.
These Spokane Comedy Club shows are helping Cummings finesse her first Netflix special, which is scheduled for filming in Washington D.C. in March.
He’ll stop by the Spokane Comedy Club today and Saturday for four performances. Act fast; the 7:30 p.m. shows are already sold out.
“Life Support,” by George Tricker, opens Friday and runs through Feb. 24.
Breuer’s passion for metal and the emotional-psychological intensity the genre entails has heavily informed his devotion to the healing qualities he finds in comedy.
Aspire Community Theatre’s production of “Mamma Mia!,” co-directed and co-choreographed by Trigger Weddle and Joseph Lyons, opens Friday and runs through Feb. 17.
The play, directed by David Baker, runs through Feb. 17.
Before releasing his new special “Finally Live in Portland,” Matt Braunger will headline the Spokane Comedy Club on Saturday.
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