Let It Burn

With his urgent, assertive new album, Perfume Genius 
parades the modern queer experience through the mainstream. Photo by Steven Miller.
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Spiral 1

From Blackwell's solo show 'Infinite Landscapes'

I’ll Go On

Darragh Kennan and Todd Jefferson Moore on tackling Samuel Beckett’s 
'Waiting for Godot.'
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The Vaudevillians

The Fall Arts Preview is upon us! Among the many exciting shows on offer this season, Jinkx Monsoon and 
Major Scales are bringing their old-timey pop cabaret back to Seattle.
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Through the Wormhole

The Murphy/Lachow Company Turns Family History Inside-Out
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Play Me The Music

Why We Should Always Do 'A Chorus Line'
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Blood Countess

Beauty and butchery in a play about a female serial killer
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More Fall Theatre, Music and Dance Recommendations

Even more recommendations in theatre, music and dance.
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Opposing Forces

Choreographer Amy O’Neal and a cast of b-boys examine femininity in a new evening-length work premiering at On the Boards.
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Metaphysical Drag

Jody Kuehner pushes Cherdonna Shinatra to a new dimension this fall, as she strikes out on her own in 'The Cherdonna Show: Worth My Salt'
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Contemporary Constellation

Velocity Dance Center kicks off the season with an all-star lineup
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Jherek Bischoff Walks a Tricky Line

Seattle’s multitalented composer has always blended genres in unexpected and exciting ways. Now he's paring down his orchestral pop and going abstract.
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Player for the Ages

In Mozart’s Don Giovanni, a Casanova gets what’s coming to him.
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Czech Mates

Dvorák, Morlot and the 
Seattle Symphony
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I Dream of Leeni

Prom Queen’s Midnight Veil is a 
candy-colored, audio-visual odyssey.