News from Seattle’s performing arts community and beyond for the (mid-) week of June 7, 2017:
The 5th Avenue Theatre is presenting the world premiere of Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion. Learn more about the show at City Arts.
Did you see the Seattle Symphony performance of a not-often-seen Ravel opera? The show will not be soon forgotten. It was a shimmering thing.
Talking about the symphony, here’s an interview with Seattle Symphony’s guest conductor, Thomas Dausgaard.
The Pacific Northwest Ballet’s latest production is exquisite and bittersweet.
SIFF is celebrating Anjelica Huston. Learn more from the Seattle Times.
In a bit of bad news for Seattle cinephiles, Seven Gables and the Guild 45th are closing.
Welcome to Braggsville is being showcased at Book-It Repertory Theatre. Learn more about the production from Seattle magazine.
Have you gone out to Village Theatre to see Dreamgirls yet? It’s a dream.
Congratulations to Annex Theatre. They’re celebrating their 30th anniversary.
Town Hall Seattle is getting a big makeover. Seattle magazine has the story.
The Drama Desk Awards were recently given out. Come From Away was a big winner. It was at Seattle Rep before making its way to Broadway.
Ron Howard is making a biopic about the opera legend Luciano Pavarotti.