Tag search results
Tags let us describe our content with keywords, making it easier to find what you're most interested in. Use the search box to look for tags, or explore our coverage with the lists below.
Singer and pianist Jim Brickman was looking forward to going on his annual holiday tour across the U.S. at the end of the year, but the coronavirus pandemic had other plans. Instead of cancelling the tour, Brickman is taking the show on the virtual road. "Comfort and Joy at Home" will find Brickman performing a virtual concert.
Sheryl Stone winced when she gazed at the capacity crowd cramming the Knitting Factory for a sold-out Alter Bridge show in late February. "I looked at this sea of people in the audience, and I just knew that these people were super-spreaders," Stone said.
WestCoast entertainment announced Wednesday that, due to the continuing coronavirus pandemic, STCU Best of Broadway performances scheduled for November through February have been postponed.
In not-so-fetching but understandable news, the 2020 engagement of the Broadway musical “Mean Girls,” originally scheduled for Aug. 11-16, has been moved to 2021 amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Gorge Amphitheatre has postponed several big acts on its calendar by one year, while other shows have been canceled. The Dave Matthews Band will now be at the Gorge from Sept. 3-5, 2021, while Phish will play from July 16-18, 2021.
West Coast Entertainment has announced the 2020-21 STCU Best of Broadway season, and, yes, “Hamilton” is finally coming to town. The season kicks off with “Anastasia,” which runs from Dec. 22-27, and “Cats,” which runs from Jan. 12-17.
At some point, concerts and other public gatherings will be scheduled. The bigger question is not when but how will promoters set up everything so that it is safe for performers and the audience?
Performances of the award-winning musical “The Book of Mormon” scheduled for May 5-10 at the First Interstate Center for the Arts have been canceled.
One of the funniest scenes in the classic rock “mockumentary” “This Is Spinal Tap” features fictional guitarist Nigel Tufnel showcasing his guitar collection to the fictional director of the film, Marty DiBergi. Tufnel is touchy about his prized axe.
Like many of the contestants who grace TV screens across America on Monday nights on “The Bachelor,” 30-year-old Corbin Cabrera wanted to get out of his comfort zone. Cabrera was selected to be “The Bachelor Live on Stage” this Sunday where he will get to experience an entire season as the bachelor in just one night.
There might be no more perfect American musical than “Chicago.” It’s cynical, bawdy and bitingly funny. It takes aim at corruption and greed and the belief that there is no such thing as bad publicity. It has the audacity to take murderers and have them not only get away with it, but also turn their notoriety into success.
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.”
Corbin Cabrera has been named Spokane’s “The Bachelor” for “The Bachelor Live on Stage” at First Interstate Center for the Arts on March 8 co-hosted by “The Bachelor” fan favorites Becca Kufrin and Ben Higgins.
The stage production of “Mystery Science Theater 3000” made its way to First Interstate Center for the Arts for a rescheduled date on Thursday night after being canceled on Jan. 16 due to weather conditions.
Hairball, which is celebrating its 20th year as a band this year, performs as Van Halen, KISS, Motley Crue, Queen, Journey and Aerosmith, to name a few, throughout its concerts.
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.
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.
Grammy Award-winning contemporary Christian/pop singer Amy Grant has announced an April 7 concert at the First Interstate Center for the Arts.
“Cirque Dreams Holidaze” brought holiday cheer to First Interstate Center for the Arts on Friday night, and the spectacle – part circus and part Broadway musical – also offered a big dose of jaw-dropping circus acts, joyful musical productions and colorful, sparkling costumes.