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posted Friday, August 3 2012 - Volume 40 Issue 31

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Moving on up
Dance prodigy Travis Wall talks about his new TV series, his first big movie, and the challenge for Gay dancers

by Chris Azzopardi - SGN Contributing Writer

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So he thought he could dance- and he can - but Travis Wall
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Cheyenne Jackson does it all
Openly Gay film, TV, and stage actor moves into music

O by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Cheyenne Jackson is busy. Really, really busy. The openly Gay actor, a former Seattle resident, is now spreading his wings as a recording artist, releasing back-to-back singles ('Drive,' 'Before You') that will
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Matrix director comes out as Transgender
Lana Wachowski reveals transition in video for upcoming film by James Whitely - SGN Staff Writer

The filmmaker formerly known as Larry Wachowski made her transition known to the world last week.

Often credited alongside her brother, Andy, as 'the Wachowski brothers,' Lana Wachowski is the first major Hollyw
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Michael Feinstein, Jim Riggs impress with classic pop
by Milton W. Hamlin - SGN A&E Writer

Two allegedly dying art forms drew intense, supportive, and appreciative audiences last weekend in the Emerald City. The Great American Songbook demonstrated its continued popularity as Michael Feinstein, modern America's cabaret king, packed Benaroya Hall in a top-notch pops concert. And
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A Dyke About Town: Ramsey Lewis electrifies Jazz Alley
by Mercy Moosemuzzle - SGN A&E Writer

John Pizzarelli Quartet
Reality joined Mercy for the John Pizzarelli Quartet's sold-out performance at Jazz Alley, July 24. It was an evening of jazz standards in John's pleasing voice. His guitar was delicious. Piano by Larry Fuller was luscious. John's brother, Martin Pizz
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Celebrating Harold Pinter
Famed playwright's characters are not easy to like

by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

THE PINTER FESTIVAL
ACT THEATRE
Through August 26


ACT Theatre has been nurturing a Harold Pinter aficionado, Frank Corrado, for a number of years. Frank is a passionate producer of Pi
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MUSIC LOUNGE
Frank Ocean lands 3 VMA nominations
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Total Recall: just forget it
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Ai Weiwei documentary nothing to be sorry about
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Orion youth playwrights' festival speaks loudly
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

In an inspiring and hopeful evening last weekend, five homeless or at-risk youth became playwrights and saw their work performed by trained actors on a normal stage with lights and sound and a stage manager - the whole works. Part of an ongoing project called Orion Out Loud, developed by fo
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Rent, controlled
5th Avenue's 're-envisioning' is a little too cool

by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN A&E Writer

RENT
5TH AVENUE THEATRE
Through August 19


When Rent first opened on Broadway in 1996, it took the world by storm. Not since Hair had there been such an original musical - one th
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Grammy contenders: just four months to go
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Remember how Adele swept the Grammys in February? Look for a similar scenario early next year - this time with breakout pop star Gotye, who'll perform at Bumbershoot on Labor Day weekend.

Although the nominations for music's biggest prize are four months away from being rev
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