‘Richard III’ stars Sarah Harlett as the power-mad tyrant

Harlett leads an all-female version of Shakespeare's political war drama, playing one of theatrical history's most complex villains.

Art Intervention!

The City of Bellevue looks to a trio of unconventional Seattle artists to manifest a massive civic transformation.

2018 Fall Arts Guide

Our picks for more than two dozen of the season's most compelling shows, plus Q&As with five leading local artists.

Maja Petric’s installation at MadArt transports us to the stars

Petric creates immersive experiences that get at the core of shared experience. Her newest installation, 'We Are All Made of Light,' hints at our interconnectedness.

Major indie

Sub Pop celebrated its 30th birthday on Aug. 11 with a daylong musical blowout dubbed SPF30.

The Williams Project’s ‘blood,’ sweat and tears at Equinox Studios

The theater company took over the central corridor of the Georgetown complex to present Federico García Lorca's play 'Blood Wedding.'

Reality blooms in the Creative Exchange Lab

Led by Seattle filmmakers, a new virtual reality experience debuted at Pacific Science Center.

Earnest Yearning at the Home Shows

Pearl Jam raised millions for homeless services playing two packed, passionate shows at Safeco Field.

Bob Jones’ paintings trace a lifetime

Robert Jones painted Winter Scene on a wooden toilet seat during one of his first winters on Beacon Hill in 1950. He would paint this scene, looking east from his house, many times until he died early this year at 99 years old.

Nick Carroll cultivates Seattle’s weirdest, most welcoming dance club

A conversation with the Kremwerk booker will dispel any misunderstanding about the world of electronic music being cold, sterile or indifferent.

Kids from Space: Gabby Duran heads for TV

'Gabby Duran and the Unsittables,' by Daryle Conners and Elise Allen, is becoming a live-action series.