BenDeLaCreme’s Halloween show, Stas THEE Boss at Nectar, Japanese cult horror, gallery Roq La Rue returns and more

Monday, Oct. 8 – Tuesday, Oct. 9 Hausu (House) If you haven’t yet seen Nobuhiko Obayashi’s strange, brilliant 1977 horror movie, prepare yourself. Partial checklist: adorable teenage girls, one buttock-chewing floating head, treacly pop songs, animation, the ghost of a suicidal geisha, anti-nuclear symbolism, a carnivorous grand piano and some of the most batshit-nuts visual… Continue reading BenDeLaCreme’s Halloween show, Stas THEE Boss at Nectar, Japanese cult horror, gallery Roq La Rue returns and more

‘Skylight’ at ACT, electronic music feast Kremfest, Kate Neckels’ breathtaking abstracts, Bellwether 2018 and more

Kate Neckel, "Feeding the Play," 2018, Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 60 inches

Monday, Sept. 17 – Sunday, Sept. 23 A Great Unbridgeable Distance There’s something grounding about repetitive handiwork. Textile artist Mandy Greer extends the meditative practice of weaving into contemplative, ritualistic environments. Each night this week she offers a different durational performance in Bellevue’s Formal Gardens, collaborating with ritualist Timothy White Eagle and movement artists Consuelo… Continue reading ‘Skylight’ at ACT, electronic music feast Kremfest, Kate Neckels’ breathtaking abstracts, Bellwether 2018 and more

Yellow Fish goes long, Bumbershoot goes pop, Björk goes drag, Gaytheist rocks, Greenwood gets its own Music Crawl and more

Pit Stop

Tuesday, Aug. 28 Pit Stop Veteran director Jack Hill cut his teeth on everything from the masterful horror comedy Spider Baby to Pam Grier action flicks to Switchblade Sisters. This 1968 action-drama set in the cutthroat world of stock car racing is one of his best, showcasing some jaw-dropping car stunts and a great cast… Continue reading Yellow Fish goes long, Bumbershoot goes pop, Björk goes drag, Gaytheist rocks, Greenwood gets its own Music Crawl and more