On the Boards’ Northwest New Works Festival Spotlight: Dance Filmmaker Kiana Harris
Get to know this emerging artist who presents her new dance film, “Rivers of Nine,” at On the Boards’ 35th annual festival highlighting new and experimental work
“I rarely have been interested in creating work onstage,” says dance filmmaker Kiana Harris; “I knew I wanted to continue with dance but craved a new artistic medium.” For this Cornish College alumnus and Anchorage native, that meant moving from live performance to film. Her latest, “Rivers of Nine,” the third in her AJE IJO series…
The Quick and Dirty on Seattle’s Hamilton Lottery
Still confused about those $10 Hamilton tickets? Here’s some do’s and don’ts to get you started.
If you don’t feel like paying $240 or more for Hamilton tickets, we don’t blame you. But you may have a chance on getting tickets without selling your kidney. Hamilton’s producers launched Seattle’s $10 #HAM4HAM ticket lottery on Sunday, Feb. 4. Here are the basics do’s and don’ts you need to know: DO download the…
Local Theatre Legend on August Wilson’s “Two Trains Running” and Leaving Seattle
After 16 years in Seattle, most recently as associate artistic director at Seattle Repertory Theatre, Marya Sea Kaminski says farewell to Seattle with an August Wilson play.
That wailing you heard rising from Seattle’s theater community last Dec. 5 was a cry of pain at the announcement that Marya Sea Kaminski would be leaving Seattle Repertory Theatre after three years as associate artistic director to take the position of artistic director for Pittsburgh Public Theater. Losing her as an administrator was only…