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At this Historic Everett Theatre Hootenanny, it's time to say goodbye to a music favorite and hello to a couple of newcomers to the Hootenanny stage. Singer Rachel Mae is getting a "Happy Trails" send-off before the songwriter packs up and moves to
This classic ballet blends lovely scenery, costumes, and lighting, a Tchaikovsky score and the ultimate ballerinas challenge: playing the dual role of Odette, the white swan and Odile, the "Black Swan" temptress; 7:30 p.m...April 13, 14, 20 and 21 at
Drink in the sounds of medieval and Spanish blues with French guitarist Claude Bourbon, a classically trained, finger-picking player who fuses classical and jazz, with Eastern influences, Spanish and Latin elements and some Western folk; 7:30 p.m.
Brad Upton, winner of the Las Vegas Comedy Festival, along with special guests; 7 p.m...Tickets are $10; www.brownpapertickets.com; rated PG-13, some adult content. "The Sugar Bean Sisters": Eric Lewis directs this simple story about romance, murder
Performances through Aug. 18, McCaw Hall, 321 Mercer St., Seattle. Tickets are $25 to $209 at www.seattleopera.org or 800-426-1619. Theater Snohomish County "Nunsense": Rogue Theatrics is presenting this ribald comedy about the Little Sisters of
Young Artists Program presents "Don Pasquale," by Donizetti. This humorous opera ends with love winning out over scheming...Tickets are $55 for adults, $20 for students, except for the matinee, when student tickets are $15, at www.seattleopera.org or
It's the one concert each year that this cover band plays to an all-ages crowd. Seattle radio personality Bob Rivers and his sidekick, Spike O'Neil, front this band that romps through familiar hits. Since the band is a passion and not a vocation, it
The theater is screening a double-feature of Buster Keaton movies tonight and Saturday. Keaton, known as "The Great Stone Face" for his physical comedy combined with a stoic expression, stars in the cinematic masterpiece "The General" as well as "
Watch Cary Grant, one of the classiest men in movies, Sunday at Historic Everett Theatre in two films. Grant charms you with his madcap antics in "His Girl Friday" at 2 p.m., then stirs in some thrills with the comic mystery "Charade" at 4 p.m. " His
Tickets are $30 general, $25 for seniors and military and $20 for students...Seattle Pacific Northwest Ballet: Performances at McCaw Hall; tickets from $28 to $168 at www.pnb.org or 206-441-2424. Love Stories: A collection of dances by Ballanchine,