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UPDATED: Wed., Sept. 19, 2018, 3:37 p.m.

Spokane’s INB Performing Arts Center gets a new name and a major update

The newly renamed First Interstate Center for the Arts will sport new art, new access and new systems.


‘So You Think You Can Dance Live’ coming to Spokane

“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.


Casting Crowns to play Spokane on ‘It’s Finally Christmas’ tour

The band will perform at the INB Performing Arts Center on Dec. 1.


‘Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story on Stage’ brings magical summer at Kellerman’s to life

Before seeing “Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story on Stage,” I knew but a few bits about the film. I recognized “Nobody puts Baby in a corner” as being from “Dirty …


Theater review: Strong vocal performances, cute kids carry ‘The Sound of Music’

All told, the national touring production of the venerable “The Sound of Music” that opened Thursday at the INB Performing Arts Center is a testament to the strengths of a …


Film or musical, ‘The Sound of Music’ continues to inspire

“The Sound of Music” opens at the INB Performing Arts Center on Thursday and continues through Sunday.


UPDATED: Wed., March 14, 2018, 3:12 p.m.

Comedian Brian Regan to perform material from upcoming Netflix special in Spokane

Regan released his first special with Netflix, “Nunchucks and Flamethrowers,” in November.


‘Buddy’ brings rock ‘n’ roll icon to INB Performing Arts Center

“Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story” follows the last three years of Holly’s life, from the formation of Buddy Holly and the Crickets to his marriage to Maria Elena Santiago and …


‘Motown: The Musical’ brings music, message of unity to INB Performing Arts Center

Justin Reynolds stars in the jukebox musical as Smokey Robinson.


UPDATED: Fri., Dec. 15, 2017, 3:26 p.m.

Darlene Love shows why she’s the ‘Queen’ at her ‘Love for the Holidays’ show at INB Performing Arts Center

Love performed both holiday classics and songs from throughout her career at the show.


The Lists: Concert Venues

Here’s a list of a few venues doing their part to keep the music scene in Spokane alive.


UPDATED: Fri., Dec. 8, 2017, 5:01 p.m.

Darlene Love brings “Christmas” and more to INB Performing Arts Center

Love performed “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” on David Letterman’s show 28 times and the song was featured in the jukebox musical “Leader of the Pack.”


A fan since childhood, Kaleb Wells stars in the 20th anniversary tour of “Rent”

The Jonathan Larson-created rock opera opens Thursday at INB Performing Arts Center.


“The Forgotten Carols” creator Michael McLean to debut new carol, ornament in Spokane

“The Forgotten Carols” will kick off its 2017 tour with a show at the INB Performing Arts Center on Saturday.


Mannheim Steamroller adding fresh take to holiday concerts

Orchestra playing more ‘Fresh Aire’ songs during holiday concerts


Stephanie Curran named chief executive of Spokane Public Facilities District

Curran, 50, who started her career in the district managing the catering services at the INB Performing Arts Center, will take over for longtime executive Kevin Twohig, who announced his …


“A Night with Janis Joplin” rescheduled for Feb. 14 at INB

The show was originally scheduled to take place Oct. 15.


UPDATED: Fri., Oct. 6, 2017, 6 p.m.

Theater review: ‘Something Rotten’ is a big wet kiss to Broadway, and we’re happy about that

The national touring production, which continues through Saturday at the INB Performing Arts Center, features a high-quality cast in a genuinely funny show.


UPDATED: Thu., Aug. 10, 2017, 4:48 p.m.

Jesus Culture’s Chris Quilala hopes for transformative experience at Outcry

The band will release a new album, “Love Has A Name,” on Friday.


UPDATED: Sat., July 1, 2017, 10:54 p.m.

Theater review: ‘Phantom of the Opera’ still has the power to thrill

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s megahit lands at the INB Performing Arts Center, courtesy of the Best of Broadway series.


Associate director Seth Sklar-Heyn keeps an eye on reimagined “Phantom of the Opera”

Producer Cameron Mackintosh and composer Andrew Lloyd Webber have reimagined “The Phantom of the Opera” for a national tour, which opens in Spokane on Wednesday.


UPDATED: Fri., May 12, 2017, 9:32 p.m.

Updated “Cinderella” a musical the whole family can truly enjoy

Thanks to Douglas Carter Beane’s updated characters and just the right amount of snark, “Cinderella” is truly a show the whole family can enjoy.


Tatyana Lubov brings modern take on “Cinderella” to INB stage May 11-14

To prep “Cinderella” for its 2013 Broadway musical debut, playwright Douglas Carter Beane adapted the book Rodgers and Hammerstein wrote. The updated version comes to the INB stage Thursday-May 14.


Christian pop/rock quartet Newsboys keep things fresh on latest tour

After 32 years as a band, Australia-born, Nashville-based Christian pop/rock quartet Newsboys is always looking for ways to keep things fresh – for them and their fans. The band’s latest …


‘Pippin’ a flashy, splashy stage staple

“Pippin,” the postmodern medieval musical, has been a staple of the stage since its 1972 premiere. It was revamped for a Tony Award-winning Broadway revival in 2013, and the touring …


Starry, Starry night: Ringo Starr brings his All Starr Band to Spokane

After 27 years of putting together assorted musicians to play with on the road, Ringo Starr has found a group of guys that clicks. This latest – and longest tenured …


Ringo Starr concert moves to INB

Oct. 16 show originally set at the Spokane Arena’s Star Theatre.


‘Riverdance’ marks two decades with anniversary tour

Popular Irish dance show returns to Spokane for 20th anniversary tour.


Death Cab reschedules Thursday INB show

Death Cab for Cutie postpones Oct. 1 show at the INB; it’s been changed to Dec. 15.


Death Cab reschedules Thursday INB show

Death Cab for Cutie postpones Oct. 1 show at the INB; it’s been changed to Dec. 15.