The first production in Intiman’s new five-year International Cycle (in which the theater collaborates with artists and companies from across the globe), Ruined traces the tragic story of young women faced with unspeakable violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Despite the horrors of their rain-forest brothel, the women survive—sometimes on crumbs of hope and spirit alone. After the Seattle run (directed by Intiman’s new artistic director, Kate Whoriskey), the production will travel to South Africa. 7/2–8/8. Times and prices vary.
Although early-’90s alt-rockers Toad the Wet Sprocket may technically be headlining an upcoming show at the Moore Theatre, we’re willing to bet opening band Hey Marseilles is the reason most people snap up tickets. Started in 2006 by Nick Ward, Matt Bishop and Philip Kobernik while students at the University of Washington, the band has since grown into a septet—and stolen the city’s heart.
Vernon M. Neppe, M.D., Ph.D.Specialties: Neuropsychiatry, behavioral neurology, psychopharmacology and neuropharmacologyPractice: Pacific Neuropsychiatric InstituteHospital affiliations: Overlake Hospital Medical Center, Northwest Hospital & Medical CenterMedical degree: University of the Witwatersrand, South AfricaExplain the difference between psychopharmacology, neuropharmacology, neuropsychiatry and behavioral neurology.
Sheena K. Aurora, M.D.Specialty: NeurologyPractice: Swedish Headache CenterHospital affiliation: Swedish Medical CenterMedical degree: Christian Medical College, Ludhiana, IndiaHow did you come to specialize in migraines?
Howard G. Muntz, M.D.Specialty: Gynecologic oncologyPractice: Women’s Cancer Care of SeattleHospital affiliation: Northwest Hospital & Medical CenterMedical degree: Harvard Medical SchoolWhy did you pick your specialty?
David M. Aboulafia, M.D.Specialty: Hematology, oncology and HIVPractice: Virginia Mason Seattle Main ClinicHospital affiliation: Virginia Mason Medical CenterMedical degree: University of Michigan Medical School What’s the main misconception about having AIDS?
Virginia P. Sybert, M.D.Specialty: Medical genetics and pediatric dermatologyPractice: Group Health Cooperative, Universityof Washington Medical CenterHospital affiliations: Group Health Cooperative, Overlake Hospital Medical Center, Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of Washington Medical CenterMedical degree: State University of New York at BuffaloWhy did you choose your specialty?