Archive

Victor Janusz tells his own story with humor and song in Hands Solo: Pianoman

23 Jul 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Music, Theatre

Bill Frisell and Vinicius Cantuária: a night not to miss at Jazz Alley (and you can get free tickets here)

22 Jul 2014 by Royal Stuart in Contests

Live Show Review: The Hold Steady at the Neptune

21 Jul 2014 by Royal Stuart in Music

‘As It Is in Heaven’ Explores the Dark Side of Blind Faith

18 Jul 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

For better or worse, Family Affair feels like, yes, family

17 Jul 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Broken penes and other things I learned from visiting the set of “Rush”

16 Jul 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Pack Your Earplugs and Your SunScreen for Some Free Live Music This Weekend

11 Jul 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Razing the Bar and remembering Seattle’s punk “breeding ground for creativity”

11 Jul 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV, Music

A Superb, Summer Concert at the CMC

10 Jul 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Music

Fremont Fair Concert Series

09 Jul 2014 by Kelsey Kaufman in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Live Show Review: Courtney Barnett and Sharon Van Etten at the Neptune Theatre

07 Jul 2014 by Royal Stuart in Music

The Rendezvous Busts out Post-Punk for Post-4th of July

04 Jul 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Town Music’s Season Finale

26 Jun 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Music

Photos from Shannon and the Clams’ show at Chop Suey

25 Jun 2014 by Tori Dickson in Music

Seattle Symphony Stuns with Stravinsky

24 Jun 2014 by Michelle Scharlock in Music

Live Show Review: Maceo Parker at Jazz Alley

23 Jun 2014 by Royal Stuart in Music

Seattle Rock Duo My Goodness Shreds and Shines on ‘Shiver + Shake’

20 Jun 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, Music

TSB interview: Wussy’s Chuck Cleaver talks to the SunBreak about his great, “word-of-mouth” band

20 Jun 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Music

Second ‘Wheedle’s Groove’ Collection Puts on the Boogie Shoes

19 Jun 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Song premiere! Hear King Friday’s “Something Worthwhile” here, first

19 Jun 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Music

A nice mix of Brahms, Strauss, and Schoenberg, tied together with a Viennese theme, presented by the Seattle Symphony

19 Jun 2014 by Michelle Scharlock in Music

“98% funky stuff, 2% jazz”: Legendary musician Maceo Parker talks to the SunBreak before returning to Jazz Alley

18 Jun 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Music

Passing Strange Is At Least Two-Thirds Awesome

16 Jun 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

SIFF 2014: A Cult Cinema Geek’s Take

12 Jun 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

TSB interview: Chris Messina talks to the SunBreak about his directorial debut, Alex of Venice

12 Jun 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

SIFF 2014: Festival Roundtable (Week Three, or “It’s a Wrap!”)

11 Jun 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Farewell to a remarkable ballerina

10 Jun 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Dance

“We’re going rogue in 2014”: Catching up with PAPA

09 Jun 2014 by Kelsey Kaufman in Music

Ludo Ft. Sir Mix-A-Lot is Uproarious Fun at Seattle Symphony

09 Jun 2014 by Michelle Scharlock in Music

“The Price” Isn’t Right

07 Jun 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

SIFF 2014: Picks for Closing Weekend (June 6-8)

06 Jun 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

A Weekend of World Premieres With Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra

06 Jun 2014 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

TSB interview: On X/Y, SIFF’s great, unconventional post-love story

06 Jun 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV

SIFF interview: Talking with the stars and creators of Time Lapse

06 Jun 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV

Ideas abound at the second annual SOAP Fest

05 Jun 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

“It’s like a disease”: Catching up with Iska Dhaaf

05 Jun 2014 by Kelsey Kaufman in Music

What We’re Hearing This Month: Classical Music Picks For June

05 Jun 2014 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

SIFF 2014: Festival Roundtable (Week Two)

04 Jun 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

TSB interview: Lena Simon talks to the SunBreak about KAIROS, Pollens, La Luz, Thunderpussy, and much more

04 Jun 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Mostly Nordic concert series hosted “a wonderful tour through Icelandic classical music”

04 Jun 2014 by Michelle Scharlock in ARTS_FEATURED, Music

SIFF 2014: Picks for Week Three (June 2-5)

02 Jun 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Giselle: One of PNB’s Best

02 Jun 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Dance

Sasquatch! 2014: An Interview with Cloud Control

01 Jun 2014 by Kelsey Kaufman in ARTS_FEATURED, Music

SIFF 2014: Picks for Centerpiece Weekend (May 30 – June 1)

30 May 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

“We didn’t want to make the film a handmaiden to the printed work”: Regarding Susan Sontag director Nancy Kates talks to the SunBreak

28 May 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV, Literature

RECAP: Sasquatch! Music Festival 2014

28 May 2014 by Kelsey Kaufman in Arts & Entertainment, Music

SIFF 2014: Picks for Week Two (May 27-29)

27 May 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

SIFF 2014: Festival Roundtable (Week One)

23 May 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Music

SIFF 2014: Picks for Memorial Day Weekend (May 23-26)

23 May 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

SIFF 2014: Picks for Week One (May 19-22)

19 May 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Leaping Time on a River Dammed and Diverted

18 May 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

Brahms’ comforting Requiem

18 May 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Music

UW School of Music and Pacific MusicWorks Partner to Present Handel’s Semele

18 May 2014 by Michelle Scharlock in Music

Implausibly Smart Comedy at Annex Theatre in “Chaos Theory”

17 May 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

SIFF 2014: The Search for General Tso (and Other Food Flicks)

16 May 2014 by Jay Friedman in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

SIFF 2014: Picks for Opening Weekend (May 16-18)

16 May 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

The Tales of Hoffmann, An Operatic Delight

16 May 2014 by Michelle Scharlock in Theatre

SIFF 2014: Pre-Festival Roundtable

15 May 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Lest we forget

14 May 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Music

Wonderland: Stacey D’Erasmo’s lyrical, rock and roll novel

13 May 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Literature

Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra shines in recital at Benaroya Hall, with a little help from Joshua Roman

13 May 2014 by Michelle Scharlock in Music

What We’re Hearing This Month: Classical Music Picks For May

10 May 2014 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Dance, Music

A Dangerous World Viewed Best From Afar

09 May 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

Violinist Hilary Hahn Shines at UW World Series

06 May 2014 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Love, Boats, Dystopia: Satori Brings a World to Life in Returning to Albert Joseph

06 May 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

SIFF Turns 40, Lineup Available, Box Office Open

05 May 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Short reviews of short films at STIFF

02 May 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV

SIFF’s Face the Music series, in helpful trailer form

01 May 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV, Music

Seattle-Lensed Movie Drama Debuts at The Cinerama Tonight

30 Apr 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Bombay Bicycle Club Brings The Dance Party to The Neptune

29 Apr 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf: Still Blowing Us Away After All These Years

27 Apr 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

Winners and Losers Is A Bare Knuckled Knockout

25 Apr 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

TSB interview: Revolutionary Organist Cameron Carpenter

24 Apr 2014 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

An Eclectic Easter With the Portland Cello Project

23 Apr 2014 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

“Ernest Shackleton Loves Me” Kicks Out Your No Good Baby-Daddy

20 Apr 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

Gillian Flynn talks about Gone Girl, Cool Girls, and more at SAL

18 Apr 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Literature

Bumbershoot unveils its non-music, non-comedy lineup…and we have it

16 Apr 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Arts & Entertainment, Literature, Theatre, Visual Arts

Singing Toward Consciousness Beyond The GPS

11 Apr 2014 by StefanDW in Dance

TSB interview: Lily Verlaine and Jasper McCann go Through the Looking Glass

10 Apr 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Dance

TSB interview: Country music legend Kathy Mattea on her 30 year legacy, Appalachia, and “what music is for”

08 Apr 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Music

TSB Interview: Director E.L. Katz on Giving Audiences ‘Cheap Thrills’

04 Apr 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

What We’re Hearing This Month: Classical Music Picks For April

04 Apr 2014 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Myopia and Moral Neutrality in WET’s The Edge of Our Bodies

03 Apr 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Theatre

Deborah Hay Solos May Not Be Cuddly But They’re Nothing To Fear

02 Apr 2014 by StefanDW in Dance

“SKATERS makes you believe in rock ‘n’ roll again”

01 Apr 2014 by Kelsey Kaufman in Music

Seattle Symphony Cellist Efe Baltacıgil Delights With Dvořák

01 Apr 2014 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Seattle Baroque not at its best

31 Mar 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Music

A Twice-Baked Show in Shadow, Light, and Soil

30 Mar 2014 by StefanDW in Dance

Vanya By Way of Beckett is Inventive and Imperfect

28 Mar 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

SAM Goes to England for their New Film Series

27 Mar 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Composers Nat Evans and Leaha Villarreal Bring New Sounds to Wallingford’s Chapel

27 Mar 2014 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

TSB interview: Seattle Men’s Chorus’s Executive Director on Totally Wicked and more

27 Mar 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

TSB interview: Everett Music Initiative founders on putting their first festival together

26 Mar 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Secrets, lies, love, death, and family dysfunction are ready for their close up in Royal Blood

25 Mar 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Theatre

How Swede it is

25 Mar 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Music

Celebrating Asia with music, dance and fashion

22 Mar 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Music

It’s Easy to Get Submerged in ‘The Great Flood’

21 Mar 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

A too-rarely heard Composer

18 Mar 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Music

Live Show Review: Iska Dhaaf at Neumos

17 Mar 2014 by Royal Stuart in Music

Bill Patton Gets Nocturnal with his Latest Record

17 Mar 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

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