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RuPaul's Drag Race: Rounding the first Drag Race curve
by Bebe Zahara Benet - SGN Contributing Writer

It's the second week, which means this season's queens on Drag Race are dropping their polite demeanors and getting ruthless. Talk about a fun set of competitions! My season of queens would have loved the chance to work Hollywood Boulevard. I asked this week's eliminated girl, Nicole Paige Brooks, what she thought of sas
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Wilco a crowd-pleaser at the Paramount
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Wilco
February 10
Paramount Theatre


Not that Wilco was ever a bad rock group, but I remember seeing them in their college circuit days and I didn't quite get the reason for their popularity, nor did I understand their true sound. But over the years, the Chicag
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Teatro ZinZanni offers a daring evening of dinner and dance
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN Contributing Writer

License to Kiss
Teatro ZinZanni
Through April 25


Teatro ZinZanni has become a permanent part of Seattle's theater community. Described as 'the Moulin Rouge meeting Cirque du Soleil,' this rotating source of entertainment has provided Seattle (and S
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Charming Sleeping Beauty '...Beautiful at the Ballet'
by Milton W. Hamlin - SGN A&E Writer

The Sleeping Beauty Pacific Northwest Ballet Through February 14

Broadway's A Chorus Line has a famous song and lyric that seems to have been written to sum up Pacific Northwest Ballet's current production of The Sleeping Beauty. "Everything Was Beautiful at the Ballet"
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Jack's Mannequin a sexy, stripped-down show
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Staff Writer

Jack's Mannequin
February 5
Showbox SoDo


Jack's Mannequin, with special guests Fun and Vedera, kicked off their 'Sing For Your Supper' tour at Showbox SoDo on February 5 with a nonstop show of great songs, audience sing-alongs and feel-good music that spanned o
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Showtunes Theatre gets a permanant home at Moore
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN Contributing Writer

It was a grand night for singing for the Showtunes Theatre Company of Seattle. Celebrating their 10th year, this troupe of thespians is pleased to announce its permanent home at the Moore Theatre. With Tony Award-winner Martin Charnin (Annie) onboard as artistic director and Maggi
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Violet Hour a trip through time, 'What if?'
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

The Violet Hour
Seattle Public Theater
Through February 21


Let's say you're psychic and think you know the future. What if there's a pivotal moment and you think something terrible will happen to your friend if you do this huge favor? Would you do the huge favo
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Beyond tomorrow: A history of Little Orphan Annie
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN Contributing Writer

Annie
February 12-14
Paramount Theatre


If a curly-haired, redheaded character (with no pupils) appeared in a red dress, there would be no doubt as to what persona was being represented. If that character sang one word, "tomorrow," you would be hard
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RuPaul's queens 'a downright blast'
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Staff Writer

RuPaul's Drag Race's
'Exceptional Queen'
contest
February 8
The Lobby Bar


Gentlemen, start your engines. It's the second season of RuPaul's Drag Race, and this time, there's a local tie. That's right, Seattle, each and every week until the sea
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
MUSIC LOUNGE
SGN summarizes the glamorous Grammys, Corinne Bailey Rae, Vampire Weekend
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OUTBOUND
Outbound: Ten things to know before going to Tokyo
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WHERE IT'S AT

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MOVIE REVIEWS

Police, Adjective another darling of Cannes
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INSIDE HOLLYWOOD
Deep Inside Hollywood - Romeo San Vicente
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BOOK MARKS
Book Marks
by Richard Labonte SGN Contributing Writer

For a few years, memoirs have been the "it" book in literary Queer publishing, and the trend continues - several are included in this subjective list of my 10 "best" fiction and nonfiction titles of the year. Meanwhile, there's also been a boom in young adult titles; one outstanding repres
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Lost in Yonkers rings true in today's climate
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Lost in Yonkers
Village Theatre
Issaquah through
February 28
Everett, March 5-28


We should remember during all this financial despair that, years ago, there were no such things as Social Security or welfare for hurting families. And it's not
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Pinter debut promises more great productions
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Two by Pinter: A Kind of
Alaska and Ashes to Ashes
February 7
Shadow and Light Theatre
(at ACT Theatre)


Shadow and Light Theatre Company is another in an actor-driven resurgence of theater companies where professional actors from the Actors' Equit
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Actors' hard work can't save pointless Great Divorce
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

The Great Divorce
Taproot Theatre
Through February 27


C.S. Lewis was known for fantasy (the Narnia books) and embedding Christian theology in his work. In 2007, The Magis Theater Company adapted his book The Great Divorce into a stage play. Taproot Theatre i
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Met broadcasts with Cuteness and Assonance
by Mercy Moosemuzzle - SGN Contributing Writer

Met broadcast of Carmen
Mercy and Cuteness saw the encore of the Met's Carmen and were impressed with the singing. Elina Garanca, in the title role, was excellent. Cuteness noted that Garanca's interpretation of the role was colder than some other Carmens. Roberto A
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