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posted Friday, May 14, 2010 - Volume 38 Issue 20

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Arts and Entertainment
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Hedda Lettuce returns to Seattle
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Staff Writer

Hedda Lettuce -
Eat Me!
May 19-20
Julia's on
Broadway


Hedda Lettuce, New York City's premiere drag debutante, is back! Miss Lettuce returns to Julia's on Broadway for a two-nights-only round of shows that the world's first and premier eco-friendly drag queen promises will be ja
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Seattle's Pride Idol: Round Two
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Staff Writer

2010 SOAP PRIDE IDOL
R PLACE
SUNDAYS THROUGH JUNE 20


Last Sunday, four Seattle Out and Proud (SOaP) Pride Idol contestants proved that numbers are not as important as personality as they made the judges - and the audience - sing along, laugh, and cheer.
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SGN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Harvey Fierstein brings Tevye to life in Fiddler on the Roof
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN Contributing Writer

Fiddler on the Roof
May 25-30
Paramount TheatRE


There are many ways to describe Harvey Fierstein, but the one word that comes foremost to mind is "unique." His lists of accomplishments is impressive. He's penned the scripts for several Broadway
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Nature of Dust gives audiences a new perspective
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

On the Nature of Dust
New Century Theatre Company
Through May 30


New Century Theatre Company is presenting a world-premiere play, On the Nature of Dust, by their company playwright, Stephanie Timm. This lyrical and enchanting play has been in development
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Rare Webber musical Tell Me on a Sunday a cult favorite
by Milton W. Hamlin - SGN A&E Writer

Tell Me on a Sunday
ArtsWest
Through May 23


There's so much to like about ArtsWest's new production of the rarely staged musical Tell Me on a Sunday, by Andrew Lloyd Webber, that it seems churlish to even mention the show's weaknesses. So, first of all, the
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A Dyke About Town: Sonny Rollins and 110 in the Shade
by Mercy Moosemuzzle - SGN Contributing Writer

Sonny Rollins delights
Excitement was mounting as my partner and I arrived at the Paramount for Sonny Rollins concert on May 9. The woman who gave us our tickets said her day was going to be fine once she got inside, because the sound check had been out of control
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Risky Amelia pays off for Seattle Opera
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Amelia
McCaw Hall
Through May 22


Amelia, a new opera by composer Daron Aric Hagen and librettist Gardner McFall, is so new that the composer was writing new music during the week of dress rehearsals. For this reason, the press was excluded from those rehearsals.
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Goss and Clark bring Spring Tour to Seattle
by James Whitely - SGN Staff Writer

Big Spring Tour 2010
May 7
Café Metropolitain


On Friday, May 7, openly Gay singer-songwriters Tom Goss and Jeremiah Clark played to a captive audience in the intimate setting of Café Metropolitain on Capitol Hill, as part of their 'Big Spring Tour 2010.' The
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Seattle Symphony Strings never sounded so good
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Strings of the
Seattle Symphony
with Andrew Manze
May 6
Benaroya Hall


Thrills and excitement are not what I would expect from a concert of English string music. It's one thing to find them in music that has a lot of potential for such things, but
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Deep Inside Hollywood
by Romeo San Vicente - SGN Contributing Writer

Robert Downey Jr. circles Oz
In a way, Robert Downey Jr. is currently best known for playing the most indestructible Tin Man of all time. So if the Iron Man star decides to make a journey to Oz as the Wizard in an upcoming adaptation, who'd be surprised? Sam Mende
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Fuckdog a madcap mess of mischief
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Poona the Fuckdog (and other stories for children)
Open Circle Theater
Through May 29


This article must contain expletives. There is no avoiding the title of the play, Poona the Fuckdog (and other stories for children), now at Open Circle Theater. The pla
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Sci-fi Senses a cautionary tale
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

When I Come To My Senses, I'm Alive
Annex Theatre
Through May 22


Before getting to the actual play - even one as fun, fascinating, thoughtful and delightful as When I Come to My Senses, I'm Alive by Scotto Moore - first I gotta give huge props to David Gig
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
 
MUSIC LOUNGE
Frightened Rabbit's Hutchison gets ready for Lollapalooza
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OUTBOUND
Tips for getting to and around Germany
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WHERE IT'S AT
Where It's At: COMING TO SEATTLE - Sedaris, Eagles, Lady Antebellum
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MOVIE REVIEWS

Open closes Seattle's 2010 Trangender Film Fest
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Film fest 'the heart and soul' of Trans culture
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Garofalo proves shooting DVDs not the same as making comedy
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INSIDE HOLLYWOOD
RAIN's Beatles tribute the soundtrack of our lives
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Staff Writer

RAIN - A Tribute
to The Beatles
May 7-9
Paramount Theatre


On February 9, 1964, millions of Americans tuned into The Ed Sullivan Show to watch The Beatles - four mop-topped Englishmen who would go on to become arguably the biggest rock band of all time
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