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Keep Music Live, a fundraising campaign that raises money to support small, independently owned venues in Washington in the time of COVID-19, has announced the application for relief grants is now open. The application period, which opened Tuesday, will close on Feb. 2 at 11:59 p.m. PT.
Spokane Civic Theatre and Spokane Public Radio have joined forces to present a radio theater production of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” adapted for the stage by Barbara Field. The show will air on KPBX 91.1 for the last time at 2 p.m. on Thursday.
Idaho will remain under restrictions in the fourth and final stage of Gov. Brad Little’s plan to reopen for at least another two weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic
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.
On June 5, Angelie Melzer, artistic director of the Professional Ballet School, was supposed to be watching her choreography performed onstage in Gonzaga University’s Magnuson Theater.
During quarantine, performances of all kinds have been canceled or rescheduled, but even still arts and music organizations have found ways to ensure the show goes on. Take KPBX 91.1 FM, for example.
“Why do men want to dress up like women?” A colleague posed that question last June when the Spokane Public Library hosted Drag Queen Story Hour, and the expected small number of protesters was fortunately met by a much larger group of supporters.
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.
It is a challenging time for the arts due to the novel coronavirus. Who knows when shows will commence? Financial support of any kind is essential for local theater groups to stay afloat during an unprecedented time.
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.
“Napoleon Dynamite: The Film and a Conversation With Stars Jon Heder, Efren Ramirez and Jon Gries” goes on sale at 12 p.m. Friday for a date at Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12.
The shows must go on! Spokane Civic Theatre’s streaming series returns tonight at 7:30 with the Tony Award-winning “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time,” followed by “Young Frankenstein” at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Much has changed in 48 hours. While walking down Sprague Avenue on a chilly Saturday evening, it was evident that business was slow. Restaurants and bars were midweek quiet. The coronavirus is clearly wreaking havoc.
Inland Northwest Opera announces its 20th anniversary season, including a tragic favorite reset in the Prohibition era and a lighthearted, absurd comedy on the lake.
Local performers commanded the stage in Civic’s production of the classic musical.
“La Algajira” opens Friday at Whitworth University’s Cowles Auditorium and continues through March 15.
Margaret Cho is a trailblazer. She is credited as being the first successful Asian American comedienne in a field still fairly dominated by men. The Korean American who grew up in San Francisco has always been open about her sexuality and is an LGBTQ icon.
I have a crippling fear of speaking in public. Nothing I’ve done has worked to overcome it. Are there any medications for this?
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.”