Pacific Northwest Ballet’s “Coppélia” is a droll charmer perfect for spring.
The Leo K. Theatre at Seattle Repertory Theatre welcomes playwright Kimber Lee’s “brownsville song (b-side for tray),”
an intimate look at urban violence through one family’s grief.
t gives me great pleasure to report that the Seattle Times reviewers
could (and should) alight in Madrona’s thriving commercial center and
find a similarly terrific, new spot, run with energy and efficiency by
“Drink up the culture!” is the
message from the organizers of the Seattle Jewish Film Festival as the
longtime local cinematic event hits its milestone 21st year.
Seattle Japanese Garden will celebrate First Viewing, a reopening
event welcoming the general public inside the gates for the 2016 season,
on Sunday, March 6.
What started out as a simple call to action during a University of
Washington study-abroad trip resulted in the creation of a local
nonprofit organization with humble intentions for girls in India.