The Performing Arts Stage a Comeback This Winter Season

Founded in the 1960s, the largest nonprofit resident theater in the Pacific Northwest continues to pursue its vision of theater at the center of public life. A medium-blending adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale runs through December, while a monthlong run of Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer opens January 14. The one-woman show starring E. Faye Butler was co-commissioned by the Goodman Theater, and pays homage to civil rights icon Fannie Lou Hamer, whose labors to uplift and enfranchise Black people in the Jim Crow–era South left an indelible mark on her community and the nation. The end of February brings Tony

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