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RuPaul's Drag Race: The red carpet is the way home for one contestant
by Bebe Zahara Benet - SGN Contributing Writer

If you're like me, you're sad about RuPaul's Drag Race getting closer to its finale. But what makes me happy is getting the chance to talk to the queens I've enjoyed watching all season. Queens like Tatianna, who I think handled the stress of the show exceedingly well considering she was the target of significant shade
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Seattle's Pride Idol: Week one
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Staff Writer

2010 SOaP Pride Idol
R Place
Sundays April 18 &
May 1-June 20


On Sunday, April 18, and then every Sunday from May 1 to June 20, yours truly will be a judge for the 2010 Seattle Out and Proud (SOaP) Pride Idol competition at R Place. If the April 11
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On the pulse of On the Town: An interview with Greg McCormick Allen
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN Contributing Writer

On The Town
5th Avenue Theatre
Through May 2


You most likely have seen Greg McCormick Allen in several local performances. If you've ever seen White Christmas on stage, you would recognize him in the role made famous by Danny Kaye. For almost tw
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Maria Jose and Club Papi heat up Neighbours
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Staff Writer

Maria Jose
and Club Papi
April 17
Neighbours
Nightclub


Latin pop and dance music sensation Maria Jose is no strwanger to performing. Since age 14, the platinum-selling Mexican recording artist has entertained audiences as a singer or ballet and
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Langston Hughes African American Film Festival kicks off
by Scott Rice - SGN Contributing Writer

2010 Langston Hughes African American Film Festival
April 17-25
Various film venues


The 2010 Langston Hughes African American Film Festival kicks off April 17 with an Opening Night Gala fundraiser screening of Nurse.Fighter.Boy benefitting the Metrop
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Robopop! pushes boundaries and broadens concepts
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Robopop!
Washington
Ensemble Theatre
Through May 10


Robopop! at WET (Washington Ensemble Theatre) is a cross-cultural blend of story and dance. WET's latest ensemble-created piece tells a story of 'one woman's heroic quest to save the human race in an ep
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Farcical Taking Steps is sheer silliness
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Taking Steps
Phoenix Theatre
Through May 2


Alan Ayckbourn is a master of farce. A fun example of a great farce is Taking Steps at Phoenix Theatre. Director MaryBeth Dagg gets her team hopping around the stage adroitly, barely missing each other, even thoug
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Steel Train pulls out all the stops at Chop Suey
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Staff Writer

Steel Train
April 9
Chop Suey


Jack Antonoff, frontman of the indie rock band Steel Train, writes music as a way to relate to other people. 'I'm in love with performing,' he told me backstage at Chop Suey shortly before the band took to the stage and delivere
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Vaginas still talking 15 years later
by Scott Rice - SGN Contributing Writer

The Vagina Monologues
Stone Soup Theatre
Through April 25


Performances of Eve Ensler's award-winning play The Vagina Monologues are a lot like vaginas; they've been around a long time, each one is totally different, and you should plan ahead if you w
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Jonsi gives majestic performance at Showbox SoDo
by Christopher Byrne - SGN Contributing Writer

Jonsi
April 10
The Showbox SoDo


Since the band's forming in 1994, Sigur Ros have been quietly, calmly, and swiftly sweeping the hearts of every boy and girl in the universe. Now, after five albums, a handful of world tours, a documentary film w
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Dyke About Town: Seattle Men's Chorus and Charlie Musselwhite
by Mercy Moosemuzzle - SGN Contributing Writer

Seattle Men's Chorus
Ole! Ole! Ole!


Mercy and Cuteness loved Seattle Men's Chorus' (SMC) salsa concert last week. The chorus was in good voice with the upbeat material. Their guests, the Bailadores de Bronce, danced masterfully. The band was hot. Mercy l
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The xx stellar in Seattle headlining debut
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

The xx
April 12
The Showbox SoDo


Despite a 10:35 p.m. start - nearly an hour after their announced set time - The xx gave a sold-out crowd at The Showbox SoDo what it had anticipated: a concert filled with many moments of brilliance and not a single di
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The BEARatones come out of hibernation
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN Contributing Writer

The BEARatones
April 16
Little Red Bistro (400 Dexter Ave. N.)


The BEARatones is an a cappella group that has come out of its hibernation in Seattle. Self-described as "a Seattle-based vocal sextet that puts their furry spin on life, love, a
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MUSIC LOUNGE
Picks and predictions for this weekend's Academy of Country Music Awards
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OUTBOUND
Outbound: Ten things to know before going to Tokyo
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WHERE IT'S AT
Where It's At: Buble, Spoon and La Roux warm up April
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MOVIE REVIEWS

Badass Kick-Ass the funniest movie of the year
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INSIDE HOLLYWOOD
Deep Inside Hollywood - Romeo San Vicente
by Romeo San Vicente - SGN Contributing Writer

Glee to tour
This is not a tease: the cast of Glee is coming to a city near you. And they're going to sing. When most hot young stars of a hot young show are taking their between-seasons break, they usually find themselves booked to shoot a terrible teen horror movi
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Strike a pose: Glee goes all-Madonna on Tuesday's episode
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Blonde wigs, conical bras, lacy gloves, unitards, cowboy hats, and anything even partially resembling Jean-Paul Gaultier. If you own any of these items, drag them out for Tuesday night's very anticipated Glee episode, "The Power of Madonna." A full hour of songs by The Material Girl will b
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Seattle Opera Young Artists stun with Ariadne
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Ariadne auf Naxos by R. Strauss
April 9
Meydenbauer Center, Bellevue


Richard Strauss' opera Ariadne auf Naxos has intrigued me since high school, but it had never thrilled me until last Friday night at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue. This presentation by t
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Spoon pushes their limits at Moore
by Jessica Price - SGN Contributing Writer

Spoon
April 10
Moore Theatre


Britt Daniel, lead singer and guitarist of Spoon, is a traditionally non-traditional man fronting a band that's a bit of an anomaly, as well. Though their sound is best described as simple, straightforward rock 'n' rol
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Unclear True West loses laughs in miscasting
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

True West
Balagan Theatre
Through May 1


Sam Shepard's True West is not a new play, and given its 1980s origin, one has to wonder if it survives the test of time. Despite the fact that it uses an actual manual typewriter (not electric, even?), the basics
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Mucho bueno! Seattle Men's Chorus' Ole! Ole! Ole!
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Seattle Men's Chorus'
Ole! Ole! Ole!
April 11 & 12
McCaw Hall


Seattle Men's Chorus had a mucho bueno time last weekend, creating a concert that partnered with Bailadores de Bronces, an exciting local Mexican dance troupe. Just like the mission of SMC,
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