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posted Friday, July 20 2012 - Volume 40 Issue 29

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Arts and Entertainment
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This isn't last year's Rent

Director Bill Berry on the 1996 musical's timeless truths

by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN A&E Writer

Rent
5th Avenue Theatre
July 21 - August 19


Bill Berry has worked with the 5th Avenue Theatre for nearly 12 years. In that time he's directed or otherwise helped produce at least one or two shows per season - including West Side Story, On the Town, Cabaret, and the recent First Date. His curre
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Introducing Eva (or) Introducing Eva Simons

Rising pop star talks about her Gay influences, doing Pride - and her big hair

by Chris Azzopardi - SGN Contributing Writer

It's hard to talk about Eva Simons without mentioning her hair. That towering mohawk is as big as her voice, which guests on will.i.am's single 'This Is Love.' With Simons' debut album due this fall, the Dutch up-and-comer chatted about her recent Pride gig, how Gay people influe
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Schmee's summer show is skit-tastic
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

PARALLEL LIVES
THEATER SCHMEATER
Through August 11


Kathy Najimy and Mo Gaffney created a snapshot-filled evening of feminist barbs and layered moments of male/female interaction - with a bit of Gay-positive leavening - and called it Parallel Lives. They culle
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Take a trip to Fairyland with Gilbert and Sullivan's Iolanthe
by Milton W. Hamlin - SGN A&E Writer

IOLANTHE, OR THE PEER AND THE PERI
BAGLEY WRIGHT THEATRE
Through July 28


The Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society counts on fans of campy musicals for key support during its traditional summer production of a G&S classic. Committed to staging all of the w
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Intiman summer festival gets down and 'dirty'
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

DIRTY STORY
INTIMAN THEATRE
Through August 25


According to Artistic Director Andrew Russell, Intiman's summer festival has an overarching theme: 'Don't get too comfortable.' Kicking off their ambitious four-play repertory this week was John Patrick Shanley
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Anarchy rules in Strawshop's farcical production
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF AN ANARCHIST
STRAWBERRY THEATRE WORKSHOP
Through August 4


A farce is a play with a lot of mistaken identities and often some door-slamming, as one person exits and another immediately enters. Dario Fo's Accidental Death of an Anarchis
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
 
MUSIC LOUNGE
Neko Case headlines Capitol Hill Block Party
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MOVIE REVIEWS

Bye-bye, Batman: Third and final Dark Knight rises & just not to the top
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Ocean at high tide in Seattle appearance
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

FRANK OCEAN
SHOWBOX AT THE MARKET
July 13


The buzz surrounding Frank Ocean, rumored to be Bisexual after acknowledging a prior relationship with a man, had little to no impact when he played the Showbox Market last weekend. The concert had been sold out
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A Dyke About Town: Irma Thomas is the soul queen of New Orleans
by Mercy Moosemuzzle - SGN A&E Writer

Seattle Chamber Music Festival
Mercy celebrates the fact that Seattle Chamber Music Society is extending its 'Music Under the Stars' program to Volunteer Park. The setting is the first one to be as pretty as its old place, Lakeside School. It was fun to watch kids dancing. R
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