Here’s this week’s arts and performance news from Seattle and beyond:
The Seattle Foundation‘s GiveBIG event for local non-profits made over $16 million yesterday.
Seattle Rep is currently staging Outside Mullingar. The playwright, John Patrick Shanley, was recently interviewed, here. The reviewers like it! Our look at Shanley’s film work is here.
Seattle Shakespeare Company‘s Othello is “a study in human emotion.”
Did you witness the recent Seattle Symphony/Trimpin collaboration? It was “out of this world.”
The Phantom of the Opera has returned to the Paramount Theatre. Learn more about the latest iteration of it, here. Our own Travis Vogt went behind the scenes with what he calls “a well-oiled fantasy machine.”
Cabaret is coming soon to Village Theatre. It’s being directed by Tony Award-winner and Village alum Brian Yorkey.
On The Boards recently announced their 2015-16 season and Bumbershoot recently announced their lineup.
Finally, Virginia Woolf…the ballet.