May 5, 2006
Volume 34
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Arts and Entertainment
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The award winning Inlaws & Outlaws to be screened in Kirkland
Religious allies bring marriage documentary to anti-Gay minister's backyard

This Sunday, "Inlaws & Outlaws," Seattle filmmaker Drew Emery's award-winning documentary on marriage, comes to Kirkland for two screenings hosted by RCE (Religious Coalition for Equality) and PFLAG (Parents, Friends & Family of Lesbians & Gays). Presented at Lake Washington High School, 12033 NE 80th
Twentieth century American organ music is alive and well
by Rod Parke SGN A&E Writer

What's it like to have your own private experience with a multi-million dollar organ, played by a world-renown organist? Well, that's nearly the experience I had Monday night at Benaroya Hall. In the second tier, there were only a half-dozen people; and I could see fewer than that in the orchestra seats (from
The Promise delivers visual spectacle, mythic storytelling
by Lorelei Quenzer SGN A&E Writer

The Promise
Directed by Chen Kaige
Starring Hiroyuki Sanada,
Jang Dong-Gun, Cecilia Cheung and Nicholas Tse
In Mandarin with English subtitles

Opens today at the Guild 45th and at Bellevue's Lincoln Square Cinema

I remember when previews for Crouching Tige
Civic Light Opera's magical musical Anything Goes opens
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

Seattle's one-ring circus, "Circus Contraption", held a fun-filled pajama party benefit on April 22 at Consolidated Works to help raise money to take their show "Grand American Traveling Dime Museum" to New York City this summer. They will also be performing this show in Seattle, in Magnuson Park, in
Death Cab for Cutie and Franz Ferdinand wrap up joint tour in fine form at Vancouver's Pacific Coliseum
by Albert Rodriguez SGN A&E Writer

Franz Ferdinand and Death Cab for Cutie

April 28 @ Pacific Coliseum (Vancouver, BC)

"We're Death Cab for Cutie and we're from Seattle, Washington!", exclaimed lead vocalist and guitarist Ben Gibbard of the Grammy-nominated alt pop-rock band.

Completing a six-week road
Fiona Apple and Linda Ronstadt headed to Chateau Ste. Michelle; Shawn Colvin and Etta James make their way to Woodland Park Zoo; Snow Patrol to give Easy Street Records in-store performance; James Blunt autographed poster up for grabs
in Bits & Bytes
Opera America meets in Seattle, Macbeth opens at Seattle Opera, Black Box scores with Emperor, MOR offers children's Brundibar
The Essential Gay Mystics author, Andrew Harvey, featured in person at May Lynnwood Conference
by Rev. Barbara Allen, CMP - SGN A&E Writer

Awakening to a divine, eternal presence, is wonderful, ecstatic, and intimate communion. Encounters of such glimpses beyond the curtain of day-to-day reality often take the form of poetry, detailing the describable parts of passionate union with a divine lover.

From ancient Greece's Sa
EXPLORING NEW YORK CITY - GlobalFest delivers a world of music
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

For two nights, on January 21 and 22, as part of the 49th annual Association of Performing Arts Presenters Conference (APAP), the second annual "GlobalFest" World Music Festival took place in New York City at The Public Theatre. It reminded me of the eclectic, international performances beloved by Sea
The Seattle International Children's Festival is Seattle's best kept secret
World class event will interest kids and adults alike

by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

Celebrating 20 years of eclectic artistic performances for children of all ages, the 2006 Seattle International Children's Festival will present special guest, John Lithgow, actor and children's book writer in his show, "A Lithgow Paloo

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