March 30, 2007
Volume 35
Issue 13
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Arts and Entertainment
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Moisture Festival has hits with 'Blue Monday', Burlesque 'Libertease' and New Old Time Chautauqua
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

This past week, the Moisture Festival continued, presenting a variety of shows which included Burlesque, The New Old Time Chautauqua and "Blue Monday".

"Blue Monday "was hosted by clown extraordinaire, Hacki Ginda (with his son, Moeppi Ginda), from Berlin, who presented a number of his international perf
Hurray for guest conductors!
Two grand evenings at Benaroya with the Seattle Symphony

by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Anytime Asher Fisch comes to Seattle, I make sure not to miss his performances. He works regularly with Seattle Opera (Wagner's 'Parsifal' and a rousing 'Der Rosenkavalier' of Richard Strauss) and will cond
Modest Mouse tests new material with fans in unusual setting
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Modest Mouse
March 21 @ US Naval Reserve Center

I still can't figure out why Modest Mouse agreed to play in a crappy-sounding gymnasium used mostly for sweaty basketball games. What I do know is that despite a poorly chosen venue, the major-status alt
Seattle Rep's My Name is Rachel Corrie proves free speech is not sleeping in Seattle
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Political controversy aside, Rachel Corrie was apparently a heck of a writer. Thoughtful, idealistic, funny, altruistic. Somehow, news reports about her tragic and preventable death in the West Bank flattened her out and did not convey any personality, just as a Israeli bulldozer (mistakenly
Direction and choreography distinguish world premiere musical
by Jacob Clark - SGN A&E Writer

Opening a new musical is no small task. Without any traditions or choreography established by a Broadway run, everything is newly created. Directing any musical is a big job, coordinating all the elements that go into a successful show. Choreographing a new musical, without the danc
Justin Timberlake announces Tacoma Dome show; Klaxons is new 'it' band; Angelique Kidjo interview coming; Modest Mouse tops albums chart for first time
Into Great Silence opens today at Varsity, CLO hosts Frank Sinatra musical salute, French cabaret, Pearl Django at Crepe
Sarah Vowell brings hilarious and biting spoken word to Moore Theatre
Book Marks
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Blades of Glory: A Will Ferrell film that works
by Simon Andrew - SGN A&E Writer

Let's be honest. Will Ferrell's track record since leaving Saturday Night Live has been spotty at best.

I went into Blades of Glory expecting to see 15 minutes of corn lodged in a 90-minute long turd. Being a huge figure skating queen, I braced myself for the impending disappoi
Premonition: Good premise wasted
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Premonition Directed by Mennan Yapo
Starring Sandra Bullock, Julian McMahon,
Nia Long, Megan Hanson, Courtney Taylor-Burness
Now playing

Sometimes I think there's this incestuous relationship going on between the boob tube
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