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Frost/Nixon's Stacy Keach interviewed by SGN
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN Contributing Writer

Frost/Nixon
Paramount Theatre
May 6-10


No matter how you look at his career, Stacy Keach has always been a presence on stage, screen or even a voice-over at a Disneyland attraction. He's won the Drama Desk Award three times and has been nominated for a Tony Award as well. And, whethe
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Jekyll and Hyde effective on multiple levels
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde ACT Theatre
Through May 10


We all know that we're made up of many different personalities, and have many voices inside giving multiple pieces of advice to follow. Modern psychiatry considers the "subconscious mind" completely accepted.
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Poignant and funny Breakin' Hearts
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Breakin' Hearts and Takin' Names
Directed by Braden Abraham
Seattle Repertory Theatre
Through May 10


Talking to Kevin Kling a couple of weeks ago, I realized I'm not the only one who listens to conversations on buses or in diners (and
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Moisture Festival celebrates sixth anniversary
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

The Moisture Festival celebrated its sixth anniversary with its annual series of Vaudeville and Burlesque performances at ACT Theatre and Hale's Brewery Palladium, March 11 through April 5. This year a film component was added, featuring films from all periods having themes of Burlesque,
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Naughty LGBT burlesque at ACT
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN Contributing Writer

Le Cabaret Noir
ACT Theatre
Fridays and Saturdays through May 9


After the threatening letters sent anonymously to a number of Gay bars this past year in Capitol Hill, Xavier Frost, a Gay local performance producer and performer thought it wou
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From boring to thrilling at Seattle symphony
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Seattle Symphony with Dennis Russell Davies
April 18
Benaroya Hall


Conductor Dennis Russell Davies is a technical conductor, and in his reading of Robert Schumann's 'Symphony No. 4 in D minor,' balances were so perfect that I heard details I have never heard
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A Dyke About Town: Jazz and swing
A Dyke About Town: Jazz and swing by Mercy Moosemuzzle
SGN Contributing Writer

Claremont Trio
Mercy and Cuteness were agog at the music of the Claremont Trio performing at UW World Music Series last week. The twin sisters, Emily Bruskin on violin and Julia Bruskin on cello, were joined by Donna Kwong on p
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Delightful No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency comes to HBO
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

Alexander McCall Smith book signing
Third Place Books
April 27, 7 PM


Alexander McCall Smith's delightful international best selling book series, The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency, has been developed into an HBO series that is charming and totally eng
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Examined Life: Provocative navel-gazing, no explosions
by Scott Rice - SGN Contributing Writer

Examined Life
Opening April 24


Examined Life, a documentary directed by Astra Taylor (Persons of Interest, Zizek!), does not have sexy stars. It is not a tragic story like we love to watch play out from our safe seat in the theater. There are no car chases
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Amelie composer offers Seattle a slice of France
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Yann Tiersen
April 28 - 9 PM
Neumos


Amelie came out shortly after my brief stint in Paris, and like most fans of this adorable Oscar-nominated comedy it was the quirky storyline and the enchanting music in the background that drew me in - to date, I'
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
ARIES (March 20 - April 19): These days everyone's worried about money, but which of your worries are real? Take time out to meditate and do some mental housecleaning to sort the paranoiac fears from the real problems. Then deal with the latter.

TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Is it pragmatism or stubborn fear that's shooting at you
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