What to do in Seattle in the weeks ahead

What to do this weekend—and beyond!—in Seattle

The story—which follows the manipulations and maneuverings of Marquise de Merteuil and Vicomte de Valmont, members of pre-revolutionary France’s 18th century royal court—is a familiar one, yet still timely

Members of this African-American family, living in a tenement-like apartment in Chicago’s South Side, are over-worked, underpaid, struggling to make it through the day and hoping for a better, more rewarding and enriching existence.

Mickey Rowe overcomes disability, levels the playing field through theater

A Raisin in the Sun, Dining Among the Dead, and more of the best in theater!

The Harvard Exit, which screened its final film in mid-January, didn’t start out as an art house movie theater.

The messenger angel in Tony Kushner’s play Angels in America makes a famously big entrance when she first appears—crashing through the roof of an apartment building to convey her prophecy to a gay man struggling with AIDS in 1980s Manhatt