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posted Friday, May 24, 2013 - Volume 41 Issue 21

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Arts and Entertainment
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Liberace's secret chord - Steven Soderbergh exposes the flamboyant star's deepest secret
by Chris Azzopardi - SGN Contributing Writer

BEHIND THE CANDELABRA
HBO
Premieres May 26

Steven Soderbergh knows who's significantly responsible for the major success of his male-stripper romp Magic Mike: Gay men eager to ogle the barely covered bits of Channing Tatum and his hunky posse. The Oscar-winning director's upcoming fea
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Once again, Valencia tops the Met
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

TCHAIKOVSKY: EUGENE ONEGIN ORQUESTRA DE LA COMUNITAT VALENCIANA (Kultur Blu-ray)

After seeing a couple of so-so performances in a row, I begin seriously to feel my passion for opera slipping away. Am I getting too old? Have I seen too many greats in the past to appreciate
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Mimosas with Mama! - The weekly drag brunch returns Sunday at a new location
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

There are many reasons why people hated seeing The Grill on Broadway close its doors. One big reason was that shows like 'Mimosas With Mama,' Seattle's longest-running weekly drag brunch starring Mama Tits and cast, had to find a new home.

At the time, Tits and crew had
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Village Theatre's Chicago needs more dazzle
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

CHICAGO
VILLAGE THEATRE
Through June 29 (Issaquah)
July 5 - 28 (Everett)


Sometimes, one really wants to like a production, but there's something amiss. And then there's the fishing expedition to figure out just what it is. This is the feeling one gets
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Back to Bach - Taproot's latest explores an obscure religious dispute
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

BACH AT LEIPZIG
TAPROOT THEATRE
Through June 15


Taproot Theatre can be relied upon to produce solidly acted theater with often excellent technical accompaniment. Some of their choices are lighthearted fare, enjoyable for the evening though not meant to
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Speaking in tongues - The Language Archive shows how love depends on words
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

THE LANGUAGE ARCHIVE

SEATTLE PUBLIC THEATER
Through June 9


Great emotion can sometimes render one mute. That is especially ironic in The Language Archive, by Julia Cho and presented by Seattle Public Theater, since George (Mike Dooly) is a linguist
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MUSIC LOUNGE
Some hot Gossip on tap for Sunday
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MOVIE REVIEWS

Be curious - SGN's guide to SIFF 2013 (pt. 1)
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Curious creations: SGN's guide to SIFF 2013 (pt. 2)
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No place like home: François Ozon's In the House is a glorious achievement
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Floor it! - Fast & Furious 6 drives in the right direction
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Horror and hope - MOR presents thrilling premieres by Heggie and Scheer
by Alice Bloch - SGN A&E Writer

MUSIC OF REMEMBRANCE
BENAROYA HALL
May 14


Two new works by composer Jake Heggie and librettist Gene Scheer made last week's Music of Remembrance (MOR) concert an unforgettable evening of musical theater. Heggie and Scheer are a creative team of rare skill
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A taste of tradición - Spanish Harlem Orchestra keeps the salsa simmering
by Milton W. Hamlin - SGN A&E Writer

SPANISH HARLEM ORCHESTRA
DIMITRIOU'S JAZZ ALLEY
May 30 - June 2


The Grammy-winning Spanish Harlem Orchestra, appearing next weekend at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley, is one of the most incredible and totally authentic Latin jazz combos of the present day. Fo
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