Guitarist Andre Feriante and flamenco artist Stella Rossi each sing a tune in this conversation with Marta Zekan about “The Four Seasons of Love,” a concert featuring Andre’s Bohemian Entourage (tenor Steve Thoreson, pianist Overton Berry, dancer/singer
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Andre Feriante and his Bohemian Entourage present In the House of Beauty, an evening of music, dance and poetry, November 19th. On the 18th, another side of Andre as he speaks of Music and Healing in a
Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre opens their season with ‘Man of La Mancha,’ followed by Disney’s ‘The Little Mermaid.’ Marta Zekan talks with the 5th Avenue’s David Armstrong and Albert Evans about the shows and about the exciting
Making his first appearance on the KING FM Arts Channel is Mathew Wright, the Artistic Director at ArtsWest in West Seattle. Onstage now, a riveting production of Ibsen’s ‘Ghosts,’ to be followed with Peter and the Starcatcher,’
There is something for everyone inside Pacific Northwest Ballet’s 2016-17 season, which has just begun with ‘Tricolore,’ and choreography by Millepied and Balanchine. Marta Zekan talks with Artistic Director Peter Boal about what else is coming to
Scott Nolte and Karen Lund join Marta Zekan to talk about the final 4 plays in Taproot Theatre’s 40th anniversary season. ‘Joyful Noise,’ about the writing of Handel’s ‘Messiah,’ opens September 23rd, followed by ‘The God Game,’
Artistic Director George Mount describes Seattle Shakespeare Company’s new season as built around the notion of ‘a house divided.’ Greed, lust, jealousy; passion-fueled actions in each play cause tragic consequences – families are torn apart, kingdoms are
The 4th season of the Byron Schenkman & Friends chamber music series has the music of Bach at its heart, opening September 18th with “Bach & the Mendelssohns.” Marta Zekan talks with series founder Byron Schenkman about
Richard Tanne talks the inspiration, logistics, and more with Steve Reeder on The Arts Channel.
In the mood for some comedy this summer? ‘One Man, Two Guv’nors’ adapts Goldoni’s 1743 classic, ‘The Servant of Two Masters,’ setting it in 1960s Brighton. Sound Theatre Company presents the Seattle premiere of this hilarious Broadway/West
The new season at Seattle Opera offers wrenching tragedy, high (and low) comedy, and everything in between, as well as a fresh approach in casting. General Director Aidan Lang joins Marta Zekan to talk about the 2016-17
Edward Bloom is a natural storyteller, a traveling salesman, a husband, a father, and an enigma to his son. Actor Chris Ensweiler plays Edward Bloom in the musical, Big Fish, onstage at Seattle’s Taproot Theatre through August
Marta talks with actors Kevin Massey and John Rapson about life on the road, 16-second costume changes and more. They are the lead actors in the national tour of A Gentlemans Guide to Love and Murder, onstage
The national tour of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder is onstage at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre July 12 – 31. Marta Zekan talks with David Armstrong and Albert Evans about the show.
ACT Theatre’s Artistic Director John Langs talks about ‘Daisy,’ receiving its world premiere at ACT July 8 – 31. The play is based on the true story of an infamous political commercial in 1964, which helped Johnson
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Taproot Theatre’s Associate Artistic Director Karen Lund talks with Marta Zekan about ‘Room Service.’ A huge hit when it opened during the Depression, this 1937 comedy was adapted by the Marx Bros. for film. It’s a bright,
Wales is the setting for this year’s Christmas Revels, onstage December 17-21 at the Rialto Theatre in Tacoma. Marta Zekan talks with Revels stage director, BJ Douglas, and also with the Welsh duo, Deuair (Elsa Davies and
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