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posted Friday, October 21, 2011 - Volume 39 Issue 42

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Arts and Entertainment
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Comedian Kate Clinton in Seattle October 28
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Benaroya Hall will be the place to be on Friday, October 28, when Kate Clinton takes to the largest stage she's ever performed on in Seattle. For almost thirty years, America's Grande Lesbian Dame of Comedy has caused beverage-leaking snorts from noses all across this country. She has, of course, stood up many times here in Seattle,
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Margaret Cho talks Scotland, Seattle, and Cho dependence
by Joshua Michael Rumley - SGN Contributing Writer

There is never a topic that is too taboo or controversial for Margaret Cho to talk about in her stand-up. This attitude and courage has won Cho fans across the globe. Cho, who is one of the most acclaimed and popular comedians of our time, will be bringing her new 'Cho Dependent'
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Juno Temple dazzles in uneven Dirty Girl
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN Contributing Writer

At Norman High School, deep in the heart of Oklahoma, Danielle (Juno Temple) is the requisite 'dirty girl.' She knows what she wants and she thinks she knows how to get it, and while her fellow students call her a slut, the teachers look at her as an annoyance, and her mother S
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A Dyke About Town: Manhattan Transfer phenomenal at Jazz Alley
by Mercy Moosemuzzle - SGN Contributing Writer

Manhattan Transfer
Mercy enjoyed very much Manhattan Transfer's performance at Jazz Alley, October 16. The group is celebrating their 40th anniversary. With that much time together, it is clear that Tim Hauser, Janis Siegel, Alan Paul, and Cheryl Bentyne read each ot
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In the Mood's '40s music a swinging good time
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

In the Mood
October 17 @ McCaw Hall


For a contemporary music follower like myself, who knows his Eminems from his Kanyes, the thought of sitting through a 1940s big band performance seemed unexplainable. I wouldn't recognize any of the music, and boredom would certa
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What if Charlie Brown were Gay?
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead
Balagan Theatre
Through October 30


Ever wonder what the Peanuts gang might be like as grown-ups? What would those precocious eight-year-olds be doing or thinking now? Bert V. Royal conceived and wrote a kind o
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SAM hosts Luminous: The Art of Asia
13 countries, 160 treasures on view

by Milton W. Hamlin
SGN A&E Writer


One of the interesting ironies about the Seattle Art Museum's new in-house exhibit, Luminous: The Art Of Asia, is that the exhibit's newest work is the most sensational in a show of ancient masterworks.

Korean-born Do Ho Suh combines a three-dimensional replica of the more
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
MUSIC LOUNGE
DCFC's Jason McGerr amazed with band's mainstream success
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MOVIE REVIEWS

SLGFF 2011 Preview (Week Two)
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Rock 'em sock 'em Ninja acrobats
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Nanda: The Jacket
Broadway Performance Hall
Through October 23


Take a pinch of Japanese anime, a splash of high-tech video, some Cirque du Soleil gibberish and acrobatics, and a bunch of Brothers Karamazov, mix it together and you get & Nanda! The four ex-Po
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What did she ever see in him?!
Carmen at Seattle Opera
McCaw Hall
Through October 29


There is much to admire in Seattle Opera's current production of Bizet's Carmen. The traditional sets, from Lyric Opera of Kansas City, are more than adequate; the opening night Carmen, Anita Rachvelishvili, was quite wonderful; and most of the cast was
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A modern musical guru
By Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Recital by Hilary Hahn and Valentina Lisitsa
Benaroya Hall
October 17


Hilary Hahn's recital with pianist Valentina Lisitsa was so extraordinary in so many ways, it's hard to know where to begin. First of all, her always beautiful tone varied with each piece, fro
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Suck It and Tip It! Kathy Griffin is Back!
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN A&E Writer

Kathy Griffin
Paramount Theatre
November 4 & 5


Suck it and tip it, Seattle she's back! Kathy Griffin, whose red hair is as fire-hot as the humor as she hurls, returns to Seattle stinging celebrities, politicians, and society itself. Known for her mile-a-minut
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Early Music Guild International Series: 'The da Vinci Codex'
by Adam Ross - Special to the SGN

The Toronto Consort
Town Hall
October 15


We are all familiar with Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci and perhaps the most celebrated painting of all time, the Mona Lisa. Most people, however, are not aware that Leonardo, in addition to his artistic prowess
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