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Modern Theater names new artistic team

The Modern Theater, a professional theater company with venues in both Spokane and Coeur d’Alene, has announced new leadership.


‘Next to Normal’ delves into complex issues

“Next to Normal” is a tale of familial dysfunction, and it tackles such complex themes as drug addiction, death, betrayal and mental illness. But this isn’t a stuffy, tear-jerking melodrama: …


An atypical ‘he said, she said’

Every relationship is a gamble. Even with the best of intentions, one can devolve into resentment and disappointment, and that erosion is very rarely a one-way street. Jason Robert Brown’s …


An atypical ‘he said, she said’

Every relationship is a gamble. Even with the best of intentions, one can devolve into resentment and disappointment, and that erosion is very rarely a one-way street. Jason Robert Brown’s …


Modern Theater balances past, future

What’s in a name? When it comes to theater companies, that’s an ongoing question. Take Interplayers, for instance. Or Interplayers Professional Theatre. Or Interplayers Ensemble. Spokane Interplayers. Interplayers Professional Resident …


Interplayers Professional Theatre to merge with Lake City Playhouse of Coeur d’Alene

Faced with the prospect of closing Spokane’s only professional theater company, the board of directors at Interplayers instead opted to merge operations with a community theater company, Lake City Playhouse …


Big story gets intimate stage

Putting on a production of “Les Misérables” is a huge risk, for a lot of reasons. First of all, it’s been performed countless times in various capacities, and most of …


Purple puppetry

In the Tony Award-winning musical “Avenue Q,” no topic is too taboo to skewer: race relations, poverty, religion, sexuality, politics, pornography. That’s nothing new – shows like “Rent” and “Spring …


Purple puppetry

In the Tony Award-winning musical “Avenue Q,” no topic is too taboo to skewer: race relations, poverty, religion, sexuality, politics, pornography. That’s nothing new – shows like “Rent” and “Spring …


‘Jekyll & Hyde’ takes U-Hi stage

The drama department at University High School is exploring its dark side after the musical comedy “Shrek” it produced last fall. In “Jekyll & Hyde – the Musical,” Dr. Henry …


Lake City Playhouse stages ‘Damn Yankees’

It goes without saying that the most devoted sports fans would do just about anything to see their beloved teams succeed. But in the Tony Award-winning musical “Damn Yankees,” Joe …


Lake City Playhouse stages ‘Damn Yankees’

It goes without saying that the most devoted sports fans would do just about anything to see their beloved teams succeed. But in the Tony Award-winning musical “Damn Yankees,” Joe …


Lake City Playhouse heads to nationals with edgy ‘K2’

It may have been a risk, but it finally paid off. Coeur d’Alene’s Lake City Playhouse was recognized at the regional level by the American Association of Community Theatre for …


Playhouse production of ‘K2’ focuses on climbers at 27,000 feet

K2 is a mountain, second tallest in the world, that lies on the border between China and Pakistan. “K2” is also a play, written by Patrick Meyers, that will open …


Lake City Playhouse visits ‘Oklahoma!’

Lake City Playhouse is getting traditional this week, opening its 2012-’13 season on Friday with the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical “Oklahoma!” Artistic Director George Green said Lake City’s small …