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Theater review: ‘K2’ is gripping, intimate, emotional

When two men are stranded on a ledge on the second-tallest mountain in the world with only one rope, you know their prospects are grim. In addition, one climber is …


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 …


Proposition 8 battle gets its day on stage

The play is called “8,” after California’s Proposition 8, which banned gay marriage in California. It’s about the court battle to overturn Proposition 8, and you might even say it …


A job with all the trimmings

Everyone knows him as Nick Nickerson, and he was born in Spokane in 1929. That makes him 81 years old, and for 61 of those years he’s been a barber. …


North Side barber retiring after 61-year career

Everyone knows him as Nick Nickerson, and he was born in Spokane in 1929. That makes him 81 years old, and for 61 of those years he’s been a barber. …


Civic Theatre finally gets chance to stage Bing-inspired play

Three different entities are titled “White Christmas.” The third entity is the one we’re focused on today, since – at long last – it premieres regionally on the Spokane Civic …