May 4, 2007
Volume 35
Issue 18
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Arts and Entertainment
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Edward Scissorhands at 5th Avenue offers another take on the story, lacks charm of Burton film
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Edward Scissorhands
Directed and adapted by Matthew Bourne
Starring Richard Windsor, Madelaine Brenner
5th Avenue Theatre
April 25-May 13

Watching my date for the evening snore through parts of Edward Scissorhands at the opening last Thursday (April 26th), in some
Iggy and The Stooges show lust and life at WaMu Theater
by Jessica Browning - SGN A&E Writer

Iggy and The Stooges
April 27 @ WaMu Theater

Iggy Pop has always been someone that thrives in the face of adversity. Whether battling drug addiction or railing against the establishment throughout the short-lived heyday of The Stooges, he has managed
Bobby McFerrin joins forces with the Seattle Symphony for another masterful performance
Conducting from memory, multi-dimensional vocalizations, and well chosen pieces highlight of the evening

By E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A& E Writer

Bobby McFerrin leads a charmed musical life. With confidence, ease and lightness of spirit, he moves among different musical worlds. McFerrin, conducts symphony orche
Aurelio Martinez brings Garifuna Caribbean coastal music of Central America to Meany Hall
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

The Garifuna people are descendants of African slaves who were shipwrecked off the coast of the Caribbean island of St. Vincent in the 17th century. They intermixed with the native Arawak and Carib Indians on St. Vincent, developing their own unique culture, language and traditions. For
Gay couple's tragic fate in Holocaust fuels powerful world premiere
Morgan Smith, Julian Patrick to Star in Jake Heggie's New Work at Music of Remembrance Concert

A concert to commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day
Monday, May 7, 2007 at 7:30 p.m.
Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya Hall, Seattle
Tickets: $25; 206-365-7770 or www
Angelique Kidjo doesn't like the Seattle rain, and don't get her started on the AIDS crisis in her African homeland
Matthew Bourne's Edward Scissorhands continues at 5th Avenue Theatre, openly-Gay director tells 'all' to SGN by Milton W. Hamlin
Where It's At
Book Marks
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Explore a 'Genderqueer Hall of Fame' with artist Lara Muffley
QArts presents "GQ: A Portrait Series Honoring Genderqueer Individuals" as the May gallery show at the Seattle LGBT Community Center. After extended runs at the Wildrose and the Theatre Off Jackson in the International District, we are happy to bring artist Lara Muffley's groundbreaking, thoughtful, and witty show back to Capitol Hill. The ope more
Stone Soup Theatre presents its first original one act play festival
Outside the Box One Act Play Festival
Stone Soup Theatre
Performances: May 17 - 27
Tickets: $5.00 Thursdays, $8.00 Fridays - Sundays;
or by calling 206-325-6500.

Stone Soup Theatre presents its first original one act play festival, 'Outside the Box,' Thursdays t
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