“The Threepenny Opera” opens Friday and runs through Nov. 3 at Stage Left Theater.
Tickets for symphony and Fox subscribers are available beginning Thursday at 10 a.m., and tickets for the general public go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday.
In keeping with past practice, the Travolta holiday show will features songs, stories and laughter. Some of the stories will comes from Travolta family lore. Others will be be provided by the people of the Inland Northwest.
Actor Mike Wiley will make his West Coast debut with a production of “Dar He” at the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center at Gonzaga University.
“The Book of Will” opens Friday and runs through Oct. 20 in Spokane Civic Theatre’s Firth J. Chew Studio Theatre.
Comedy shows are happening practically every night this week.
“Matilda: The Musical,” reviewed Sept. 14, continues through Oct. 13 at Spokane Civic Theatre.
The legend of the mighty Ganges River will come to life through music and dance when the South Asia Cultural Association presents “Ardha Nareeshwara” on Sept. 28 at Bing Crosby Theater.
Ignite! Community Theatre, Spokane Civic Theatre, Lake City Playhouse and Red Bird Theater will produce “See How They Run,” “Matilda: The Musical,” “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” and “Into the Woods,” respectively.
The production will feature performances of “Airs,” set to music by George Frideric Handel; “Piazzola Caldera,” with music by Astor Piazzolla; and “Esplanade,” set to violin concertos by Johann Sebastian Bach.
“References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot,” which is directed by Juan Mas, opens Friday and runs through Sept. 22.
Ellen Travolta’s new holiday show at the Coeur d’Alene Resort will center on Christmas miracles.
Spokane Valley Summer Theatre’s production of “Mamma Mia!” opens Friday and runs through Aug. 18.
The Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre will close its 2019 season with a production of “Smokey Joe’s Café,” which opens Aug. 8 and runs through Aug. 25.
“Les Misérables,” based on Victor Hugo’s epic novel, dives into big themes – crime and justice, love and forgiveness, life and death. The beloved musical, now playing in Spokane as part of STCU’s Best of Broadway series, gets at these themes through the story of one man, Jean Valjean.
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“Menopause the Musical” will be performed Tuesday and Wednesday at the Bing Crosby Theater in downtown Spokane.