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A new play wants to keep audiences in the dark so they can better see its point

click to enlarge The one-woman show is performed in an intimate setting. The less...

The Spokane Symphony dedicates its second Pops concert to John Williams' film music

click to enlarge Everyone knows at least one John Williams' tune. The composer John...

Two veteran co-directors are approaching Rocky Horror more like a musical and less like a cult sensation

click to enlarge Erick Doxey photo The bright young stars of Stage Left's Rocky Horror Show....

Conductor laureate Fabio Mechetti returns to lead the Spokane Symphony once more for its third Masterworks program

click to enlarge Jacksonville Symphony photo Eighteen years after leading the Spokane Symphony, Fabio Mechetti is...

In staging The Wizard of Oz, the Civic is opening its 75th season with a grand tribute to its 50th

click to enlarge Chiana McInelly photo Oz returns to kick off the Civic's 75th anniversary season....

Hadestown updates an ancient romantic tragedy with current themes and genre-spanning music

click to enlarge T Charles Erickson photo Hades (Kevyn Morrow, left) and Persephone (Kimberly Marable) have...

Spokane Ensemble Theatre is giving another Shakespeare favorite a summertime staging with Much Ado About Nothing

click to enlarge Young Kwak photo Kiki White (center) draws on flamingos, reality TV and more...

In Antoinette Nwandu's Pass Over, two Black men wonder if it's ever possible to reach the promised land

click to enlarge Young Kwak photo Matt Slater (left) as Kitch and Dahveed Bullis as Moses...

Intrigue, romance, laughs — the Civic's regional premiere of Murder on the Orient Express aims to have it all

click to enlarge Courtesy Spokane Civic Theatre FROM LEFT: John Preston Crocker III as Hector MacQueen,...

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