No matter how many other songs performer Andrew Wade sings in his career, it’s unlikely they’ll replace the two songs that have been inextricably ingrained into his head: “The Sound of Silence” and “The Boxer.”
“9 to 5,” directed by Trigger Weddle, opens Friday and continues through Feb. 16.
This hour follows “Joke Show,” which premiered on Netflix in December.
What ultimately saves “Escape to Margaritaville” is that it is utterly without pretense. The show is exactly what it sets out to be: a further extension of that laid-back, tequila-soaked Jimmy Buffett lifestyle.
The play opened on Jan. 17 and runs through Feb. 2.
After this week’s cold snap in Spokane, it might actually be a perfect time to “Escape to Margaritaville.” The Jimmy Buffett-inspired Broadway musical is making a swing through Spokane next week as part of its first national tour. The show takes Buffett’s breezy, tropical music and weaves it into a story about a group of people hanging around a past-its-prime hotel on a Caribbean island. When two tourists check in, the hotel becomes a center of romance, fun, adventure and friendship.
“Fun Home” opens today and continues through Feb. 2. The musical is directed by Brooke Wood, with musical direction by Heather Brown and choreography by Crystal Bain.
Due to weather conditions preventing the “Mystery Science Theater 3000 Live” show from arriving in Spokane in time for tonight’s performance at the First Interstate Center for the Arts, the show has been rescheduled to Feb. 6.
Stage Left Theater, Spokane Civic Theater, the First Interstate Center for the Arts and Lake City Playhouse will open “Mandelstam,” “Present Laughter,” “An American in Paris” and “Fun Home,” respectively.
Here’s a look back at some of the events that wowed us and made us laugh, think and maybe even cry in 2019.
When it comes to Christmas at the Coeur d’Alene Resort, it’s all about family. Especially for actress and producer Ellen Travolta.