Tickets are $25-$45 and are on sale today at 10 a.m.
Andrea Olsen and Haliey Weber are Patsy Cline and Louise Seger, two women who share a deep connection despite their differences in this Yvonne A.K. Johnson-directed version of the country musical for the Spokane Valley Summer Theatre series.
After a well-received run in 2017, Spokane Valley Summer Theatre will kick off its current season with another production of the musical, which opens Friday and runs through June 30.
The story of “Beauty and the Beast,” despite the singing candlestick and dancing teapot, belongs to the main characters, Belle, the beast and Gaston.
Since 2014, theater fans have been able to see such theater luminaries as Kenneth Branagh, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Helen Mirren, Gillian Anderson and others performing acclaimed works without having to board a single airplane through the Bing’s Stage to Screen series.
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“Beauty and the Beast,” directed by Lorna Hamilton, opens Thursday and runs through June 30
The showcase will feature singing, dancing, spoken word, acting and music.
A variety of VIP packages are on sale now through TicketsWest with code 20SEASONTIX, and single tickets will be available to the general public in mid-August.
Joel McHale has a snappy response for almost everything. If you can take his word at face value, McHale’s performances this weekend at the Spokane Comedy Club will be nothing short of legendary.
“Bare: A Pop Opera,” directed by Troy Nickerson, opens Friday and runs through June 16.
A parody of horror films, it’s no surprise that the film is quite silly and over the top. Luckily for fans, and for those who haven’t seen the movie, so is the musical, which opened at Civic on May 17.
The show runs through June 2. Tickets are available through www.cytspokane.org.
Inland Northwest Opera will hold three performances of a children’s opera, Seymour Barab’s “The Toy Shop,” for free to families in Coeur d’Alene and Spokane.
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Henry McNulty will both star as Dr. Frederick Frankenstein and act as music director.
The Broadway musical, now in Spokane on its first national tour, is upbeat, quickly paced, heartfelt and very well performed. And while it follows the narrative beats of the source material, it differs just enough to keep things interesting and add some depth of character.
Plays were written by Evergreen Elementary School first graders and are performed by local actors.
Both the dark moments and the laugh-out-loud moments help bring audience members even further into the world of Artie, his family and the company he keeps.
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