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Four actors — aided by scores of costumes, a team of dressers, and a minimal set — play 150 characters and bring to life every death-defying scene from Alfred Hitchcock's movie, the primary inspiration for the play.
"The 39 Steps" has been on Broadway for 20 months, earning two Tony Awards and rave reviews. It is currently the only non-musical to be running on Broadway. La Jolla Playhouse launched the national tour Aug. 11, and the production will move to Seattle Rep with the same cast.Bellevue Arts Museum to show retrospective of Robert Sperry ceramics
All festival events are free and open to the public.Symetra lobby to host art exhibition
The association, in collaboration with the Bellevue Arts Commission, has transformed the Symetra lobby into a public art gallery with over 120 of works of art on display.Single tickets on sale for Seattle Opera's Il Trovatore and Falstaff
Verdi’s Trovatore opens at McCaw Hall on January 16 and runs for eight performances through January 30. This passionate tale of love, secrets, and revenge is an intense masterpiece of sound and spectacle, featuring numerous familiar tunes.
Tenor Antonello Palombi and soprano Lisa Daltirus — who shared the stage last season in Seattle Opera’s production of Aida — return to the company as the lovers Manrico and Leonora. The Friday/Sunday cast features tenor Arnold Rawls in his Seattle Opera debut as Manrico, alongside Mary Elizabeth Williams, a former Seattle Opera Young Artist, making her Seattle Opera mainstage debut as Leonora.Works by Bellevue College art faculty on exhibit through Oct. 22
Faculty whose work will be exhibited include Ginny Banks, Ross Brown, Pat DeCaro, Lars Husby, Dale Lindman, Carolyn Luark, Victor Sandblom, Ron Tanzi, Linda Thomas, Eric Tomberlin, and emeritus faculty Ray Jensen and John Wesley.Movie Review | Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs ... YUM!
One day, he accidentally shoots his latest invention, a machine that turns water into food, into the sky, while at the same time wrecking everything in town in the process. It seems to be another failure and Flint decides he is done inventing for good, but his invention actually works! Hamburgers start falling out of the sky!
With the help of Sam Sparks, a weather girl covering the raining food story, Flint turns into a huge celebrity. It doesn’t take long before Flint is taking food orders from everyone in town, including the bulging mayor.Bellevue Civic Theatre kicks off 10th anniversary with Forever Plaid
Previously performed at Bellevue Civic Theatre (BCT) as part of the 2004-2005 season, this quirky revue tells the story of four young, eager male singers killed in the 1950s on the way to their first big gig. Miraculously, they are revived (tuxes included) so they may posthumously perform the show that never was.Bellevue College sets fall performing arts schedule
Live Theatre Week Comes to Bellevue College on Oct. 16 as part of an all-access pass to the region’s performing arts featuring over 30 special events and 50 free performances. For more information, visit http://seattleperforms.com/ltw.
At BC a free “Thriller” Dance Workshop with Redmond-based dance instructor Teresa Osborn will be given at 7 p.m. for ages 8 and up only. At 8 p.m. favorite theater scenes and songs will be performed by the professional actors of Second Story Repertory Theatre and Bellevue College drama students at Carlson Theatre at Bellevue College. Free.The 'BODIES' are coming back
The exhibition provides the public an opportunity to see inside carefully preserved, real anatomical specimens and learn the detailed structure and function of the human body.