2018 Spring Arts Guide

Our guide to 29 of this season's most daring, thrilling performances.
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On Loving the Muse and Family

In a new work running this weekend at On the Boards, Evan Flory-Barnes re-tunes the late-night variety show.

A Dance for Dark Horses

Choreographer Kim Lusk’s delightful, demanding full-length debut
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Visceral Experience

Emily Zimmerman evolves the Jacob Lawrence Gallery.
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An Octoroon

Brandon J. Simmons directs a provocative Seattle premiere.
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Family That Slays Together

BenDeLaCreme celebrated her return to the screen at Century Ballroom.
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In With a Roar

David Leong's Northwest Kung Fu and Fitness presented a Lion Dance in celebration of Lunar New Year on Feb. 11.
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Seattle Films at SXSW

The lineup for this month’s festival includes three features with Seattle roots.
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LoveCityLove Expands and Evolves

The DIY arts collective embarks on a brand-new chapter.
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Two Worlds Collided

The Black Tones and Prom Queen teamed up for the latest edition of Band Crush.
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Become Desert: Q&A with John Luther Adams

A world-premiere composition from Pulitzer-winner John Luther Adams
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Bainbridge Island Museum of Art Gains Momentum

Five years in, BIMA cranks up the heat with the debut of a new interdisciplinary festival, 'Momentum,' and a sweeping show by ceramic sculptor George Rodriguez.
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Gramma Poetry Invigorates the Poetry Scene

"We don’t really have that stuffy poetry publisher bone in our body.”