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SGN Exclusive Interview: The Incredible Hulce
An interview with Tom Hulce on his career, his Wikipedia marriage, and the success of Spring Awakening

- by Eric Andrews-Katz SGN Contributing Writer

Tom Hulce is probably most recognized for his roles in the films Animal House or Amadeus. In the latter he played the man-child with a hyena laugh that garnered him an Academy Award nomination and helped
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Even Cowgirls Get the Blues opens at Book-It Repertory
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Even Cowgirls Get the Blues
Directed by Russ Banham
Book-It
Repertory Theatre
Through October 12


Tom Robbins wrote his second best-selling novel, Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, in 1976. It's a raucous tale about Sissy Hankshaw, the "Queen
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Newcomer Jade Simmons Delights and Innovates
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Piano recital by Jade Simmons September 25 Meany Hall

For solo recitals, most of us spend our money to hear artists who are famous, or at least have some rave reviews to assure us of a worthwhile evening. While the President's Piano series at the UW has always inclu
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Beautiful Five Years tugs at heartstrings
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

The Last Five Years
Ethnic Cultural Center
Through October 5


Three years doesn't seem like that long a time ago, but with so much changing so fast in the world as I write this, it seems like the difference between now and a hundred years in t
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Art explores truth in friendship
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Art Eclectic Theater Company
September 28


Your best friend invites you over to see their fantastic new purchase, which cost a boatload of money. They think it's amazing, but you look at it, laugh, and think, "He or she must be crazy to think this is worth that
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Mahler shakes the heavens at Seattle Symphony
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Mahler's 'Symphony No. 8'
September 27
Benaroya Hall


Gustav Mahler experienced white-hot inspiration when writing his 'Symphony No.8 in E-flat major,' sketching this huge work in just three weeks. It is full of great ideas and energy - too much so to my ea
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Don't miss this Party
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

The War Party
Directed by Rita Giomi
Seattle Public Theater
Through October 19


Two thirds of the new play, The War Party, by Seattle Public Theater, is brilliant - a fascinating, edge-of-your-seat production. Seattle is lucky to have playwright Vinc
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Jesse's Journal: The 12 all-time most important Gay books
by Jesse Monteagudo - SGN Contributing Writer

As many of you know, I have acquired a reputation as an authority on Gay and Lesbian books. This came about because of my lifetime love of books; my personal collection of Gay literature; my work with the Stonewall Library and Archives in Fort Lauderdale; and my book review columns,
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MUSIC LOUNGE
Black Kids putting fun back into pop
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BITS & BYTES

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OUTBOUND
Seattle's new Arctic Club Hotel is top of the line
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MOVIE REVIEWS

SLGFF celebrates Gay History Month with film screening
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Bill Maher is the smartest guy in the room in Religulous
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Ghost Town funniest movie of the year
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Stealing America raises serious questions
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INSIDE HOLLYWOOD
Deep Inside Hollywood
West Cries Wolfe for New Film Project
Gay director George C. Wolfe conquered the world of theater - the Tony winner guided Tony Kushner's Angels in America (both parts) and Caroline, or Change in their Broadway incarnations - and has recently been expanding his repertoire to other media. His debut feature, Lackawanna Blues, g
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BOOK MARKS
Book Marks
by Richard Labonte - SGN Contributing Writer

The Distance Between Us
by Bart Yates
(Kensington Books, $24)

Hester Parker is a quirky, cheap-wine-sipping, septuagenarian piano teacher with a simmering cauldron of issues. Her virtuoso concert career was cut short by a hand injury. Her husba
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White Devil the perfect fall production
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN Contributing Writer

The White Devil
Directed by Linda Lombardi
Theater Schmeater
Through October 4


It's quite a feat when the actors in a production take your mind somewhere else to such an extent that you not only forgive the fact that you're playing
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