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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

What to see this week: comedians of color, Clyde Petersen’s vision of the Northwest and DIY art by Megan Burbank

If you need to laugh this week, Minority Retort's got you covered. If you're looking for a dose of artistic community, you can get it (one last time) at Soft Spot. And if you just want to so…

SOURCE: www.seattletimes.com at 09:00AM
Tuesday, September 14, 2021

To go or not to live events? Here’s how some longtime Seattle arts supporters are deciding by Megan Burbank

Formulating escape plans, subscribing without attending, choosing vax-only venues: Here's how some of Seattle's live-art frequent flyers are handling the choice to return to theaters and lec…

SOURCE: www.seattletimes.com at 09:00AM
Thursday, April 8, 2021

New relief grant for live performance venues opens for applications — and some Washington venue operators are already concerned by Megan Burbank

A new federal grant relief program, intended to assist live-event venues hit hard by the pandemic, opened up for applications Thursday. But the system glitched. And venue operators were alre…

SOURCE: www.seattletimes.com at 09:26PM
Friday, September 11, 2020

6 months after COVID restrictions began, how are music venues, arts groups and musicians doing? by Michael Rietmulder, Moira Macdonald, Brendan Kiley and Megan Burbank

How are local arts groups and musicians holding up and what do they have planned this fall, despite the restrictions? Here, they tell us in their own words, offering a snapshot of how some a…

SOURCE: www.seattletimes.com at 09:00AM
Thursday, June 25, 2020

Seattle Theatre Group announces staff cuts in wake of coronavirus shutdowns by Megan Burbank

Seattle Theatre Group, operator of the Paramount, Moore and Neptune theaters, will reduce staffing by about 70%, the organization said Thursday.

SOURCE: www.seattletimes.com at 04:59PM
Saturday, January 25, 2020

Seattle stages will soon be packed with princesses. Is that a problem? by Megan Burbank

If you happen to be a 5-year-old big into princesses, you’ll have a stacked arts calendar over the next couple of months, from "Frozen" at The Paramount Theatre to "Bliss" at The 5th Ave a…

SOURCE: www.seattletimes.com at 09:00AM
Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Twisp offers more than just snow sports. Check out these artsy, sustainability-minded attractions, too. by Megan Burbank

Twisp's reputation as a snow sports-centric town obscures its artsy vibe and green streak. It's a place art lovers and folks committed to sustainability should be sure to visit.

SOURCE: www.seattletimes.com at 09:00AM

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