A man who pleaded guilty to assault in an accidental theater shooting has been sentenced to a year of work release.
The ending of “ ’night, Mother” isn’t exactly a surprise: It’s basically announced at the play’s outset. What is
Coeur d’Alene stage producer Laura Little is part of the team behind “Come From Away,” a popular musical about what happened after 38 commercial flights were diverted to a remote …
Kylle Collins is one of three American students accepted into the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts this year, and only the third Washingtonian ever accepted into the prestigious London school.
When disaster strikes, and the audiences watches how these two sets of people must learn to talk again, in Molly Allen’s new play “On Shaky Ground.”
Because so many people are familiar with the story of “Beauty and the Beast,” the Civic’s production doesn’t stray too far from the 1991 Disney film.
The Modern Theater, a professional theater company with venues in both Spokane and Coeur d’Alene, has announced new leadership.
“Peter and the Starcatcher,” making its regional debut at Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre, is a prequel to “Peter Pan,” telling the story of how a nameless orphan became the boy …
Director Thomas Kail had a free night in New York a few days ago and went to see “The Phantom of the Opera” for the first time.
The Hippodrome, a theater combining vaudeville and feature films, reopened to huge crowds at First Avenue and Howard Street in Spokane.
After years of looking for the perfect spot for a larger performance venue in Coeur d’Alene, The Modern Theater believes it has found it. The nonprofit company proposes building a …
“The Ladies Foursome,” directed for the Modern Theater Spokane by Dawn Taylor Reinhardt, is a show that remains winsome and buoyant in the face of weighty, potentially melodramatic themes.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator of the hit Broadway musical “Hamilton,” says it’s a needed reminder during a heated political season that “immigrants get the job done.”
“The Ladies Foursome,” which opens Friday at the Modern Theater Spokane, is about a group of women who have been golfing together for many years, and it begins shortly after …
From our archives, 100 years ago Spokane Parks Superintendent John W. Duncan (of Duncan Gardens fame) said that one of the most common questions he received this time of year …
The megahit musical “Hamilton” has grabbed a record-breaking 16 Tony Award nominations, the biggest haul in Broadway history and another notch in the show’s march into theatrical history.
Steven Dietz’s “Fiction” is a drama about the gaps between our memories and how we fill them in as a means of making our pasts feel more complete.
“Phantom” returns, while “Kinky Boots,” “Beautiful” make their Spokane debuts.
Tuesday’s opening of the musical “Tuck Everlasting” will cap a remarkably rich few years for shows based on young adult fiction, including “Matilda the Musical,” “War Horse,” “Aladdin” and “The …
Tilly is a mischievous girl who loves causing a bit of trouble. Based on the book by Molly Shannon. Presented by Spokane Civic Theatre Academy. IF YOU GO
From our archives, 100 years ago Members of the Spokane Tribe were in high demand for both stage and screen – at least for one day.
From our archives, 100 years ago Dr. Lyon, a Spokane evangelist, created plenty of drama when he blasted the theater as immoral.
A reviewer in 1916 Spokane liked the production of “Madame Butterfly” - a lot.
The American Theater in Spokane opened Edward Sheldon’s controversial drama about the South, which had a title that we can only represent euphemistically as, “The N-Word.”
From our archives, 100 years ago Rehearsals began at the American Theater of a controversial play by Edward Sheldon. It had a title we cannot print today — but The …
From our archives, 100 years ago An anonymous columnist on the society page went to war against a modern problem — the “popcorn fiend.”
From our archives, 100 years ago Here’s how people in Spokane were being entertained, 1916-style, as reported in a series of reviews of the weekend’s vaudeville shows:
Motown Records founder Berry Gordy and producer Kevin McCollum said “Motown the Musical,” telling the story of how the record label rose and fell and then rose again, will return …
New play by Moscow native Samuel Hunter
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — The jury in the Colorado theater shooting trial has again declined to rule out the death penalty as it moves toward sentencing James Holmes.