Here’s news from Seattle’s performing arts community and beyond.
Narnia has returned to the Seattle Children’s Theatre stage. C.S. Lewis’s classic The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is “likeable.” Before you go, perhaps check out some earlier adaptations of the beloved tale, here.
Meanwhile, at Seattle Opera, Hansel and Gretel is being showcased on the McCaw Hall stage. It’s “fun and feisty.” Before you go, perhaps you can learn about the cast, here.
Seattle Opera is also staging a transgender story at Washington Hall. Entitled As One, you can learn more about the small and intimate prodution, here.
Congratulations, Seattle Magazine, for celebrating 50 years in business.
What is the greatest symphony ever written? Here’s one thought – Dvorak’s “New World” symphony.
Finally, what are 10 showtunes you never tire of? These ones.