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posted Friday, March 16, 2012 - Volume 40 Issue 11

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Toni Braxton flawless at Snoqualmie
by Aiden Klein - SGN A&E writer

R&B diva Toni Braxton graced the stage of the Snoqualmie Casino March 11 to perform for throngs of adoring fans - some driving from as far away as eastern Washington to get a glimpse of music royalty. Throughout the nearly two-hour show, Braxton proved that after all these years, her incomparable voice and stunning beauty can still m
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Dina Martina proves she has Ample Wattage at Re-Bar
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

Dina Martina:
Ample Wattage!
Re-Bar
Through April 22


My love affair with Dina Martina - the sidesplitting comedian who horribly sings her way into the hearts of fans from Seattle to Provincetown - began three years ago when I saw her perform
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This winner takes it all: An interview with Kaye Tuckerman from Mamma Mia!
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN Contributing Writer

Mamma Mia! is the smash hit musical that features a fictitious storyline set to music from the real group ABBA. One of the first 'jukebox' musicals, Mamma Mia! burst onto the theater scene of the West End in 1999, and exploded on the Great White Way in 2001. Spreading across the
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Seattle's 2012-2013 theater season
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN A&E Writer

As master of musical theater Stephen Sondheim once wrote, 'Curtain up! Light the lights! We got nothing to hit but the heights!' And so it is with Seattle and the announcements of the upcoming 2012-2013 theater season. Both the 5th Avenue Theatre and the Paramount Theatre have released th
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Hard-working cast makes Little Voice soar
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

The Rise and Fall of Little Voice
ArtsWest
Through March 31


A shy, abused teen spends her time listening to old records of great female singers, crooning in her darkened bedroom and perfecting her mimicry of them to escape her boozing, flamboyant, and ne
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Red - 'Seattle Rep is on a roll'
by Milton W. Hamlin - SGN A&E Writer

Red
Seattle Repertory Theatre
Through March 24


There's no doubt about it: the Seattle Rep is on a roll, extending its last two productions for a full week of extra performances. Two recent Tony Award-winners for Best Play of the Year - the just-shutte
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A Dyke About Town: Rainbow City Band and the amazing Dark Divas
by Mercy Moosemuzzle - SGN Contributing Writer

Rainbow City Band
Mercy and Cuteness sat in on the Rainbow City Band's (RCB) rehearsal for their next concert, To the Stars and the Heavens Beyond. It will be at Edmonds Center for the Arts on March 31. They will be playing Gustav Holst's 'The Planets.'

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The Foreigner makes itself at home
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

The Foreigner
Sound Theatre Company
Through March 25


There are productions in theater that people call 'old chestnuts' and mean that they are reliable contemporary standards, but ones that some consider past their expiration date. However, it also implies
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Mysterious Torso is for smart theatergoers
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Torso
Theatre Off Jackson
Through March 31


A terrific, brand-new play by Keri Healey opened this week by her producing cohorts at Printer's Devil Theater. Torso sounds a bit creepy, and there is a reference to a murdered corpse without its extended parts,
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March Is Cabaret Month comes to sizzling climax
by Milton W. Hamlin - SGN A&E Writer

March Is Cabaret Month
Egan's Ballard Jam House
March 10


Seattle's March Is Cabaret Month series came to a stunning climax with a pair of sizzling sold-out shows at Egan's Ballard Jam House last Saturday. The four cabaret events over the first two weeken
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En Vogue still funky and fierce as ever
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Surviving 20 years of ever-shifting R&B music trends, En Vogue are not just divas, they're warriors. The multiple Grammy-nominated trio - Cindy Herron-Braggs, Terry Ellis, and Maxine Jones (Dawn Robinson is no longer with the group) - were instrumental in launching the careers of Destiny's
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New City Theater stages fully realized production of Happy Days
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Happy Days
New City Theater
Through March 24


As soon as the curtain opens, the strange sight of a woman buried up to her breastplate in a mound of dirt confronts you. It's the strange world of Samuel Beckett's theater-of-the-absurd Happy Days. Winnie, th
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The triumphant return of a great pianist
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Pianist Garrick Ohlsson
March 7
Meany Hall


When Garrick Ohlsson presented two Chopin recitals at Meany Hall in 2010, I hated the first one so much that I skipped the second altogether. I titled my review 'Histrionics and drama like you won't believe.' Except
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Radiohead at the top of their game in Kansas City
by Jerry L. Peerson - SGN A&E Writer

Radiohead
March 11
Sprint Center (Kansas City)


One may debate the accuracy of popular opinion slating the English quintet Radiohead as the single best band to emerge from the final ashes of the early-'90s grunge scene. What cannot be argued is that th
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