The Godmother of Rock and Roll gets a musical, the Henry makes the invisible seen, and a sitar goes electric.
A British rapper fights the monarchy, an artist grants papier-mache trophies, and Town Hall hosts a live political podcast.
Lily Hansen and Courtney Cummings
A quartet of punk shows takes over the Kraken, the Stones tell an unheard story, and Raised Doughnuts turns one.
Sam Jones and Jonathan Olsen-Koziol
Book-It Repertory Theatre turns Tom Hansen’s 2009 book into a stream of consciousness addiction monologue.
Jess Walter's novel is that much funnier on stage.
The Spokane writer talks adaptations and Manhattans.
Book-It Repertory Theatre adapts Garth Stein’s best seller—just don’t expect furry costumes.
Misfits and oddballs ruled our cultural calendar.
It feels just like falling in love with Austen for the first time.
Annie Rose Favreau
Seattle’s great book adaptor presents literature’s most lovelorn orphan.
James Ross Gardner