The holiday arts deluge is upon us. KUOW's Arts and Culture reporter Marcie Sillman has a few recommendations.
On a chilly November afternoon, more than a dozen children are giggling in Pacific Northwest Ballet’s biggest rehearsal room.
They’re cast members in the upcoming production of George Balanchine’s classic holiday ballet, “The Nutcracker,” and they are thrilled to be in the studio with PNB’s professional company members.
The first production of the Nutcracker ballet was not a success.
That may surprise you, because every big city in America boasts at least one holiday Nutcracker production.
'Twas the week before Thanksgiving, and all through the city, turkey was thawing, sweet potatoes looked pretty.
But for those whose attitude toward cooking is…aversion,
KUOW’s Arts and Culture reporter Marcie Sillman offers these diversions:
If you're contemplating a weekend mired in pumpkin pie research, prepping for Thanksgiving dinner, why not give yourself a break? Our region is brimming with cultural offerings guaranteed to take your mind off the possibility of a soggy crust bottom.
Here are some suggestions from KUOW’s Arts and Culture reporter Marcie Sillman.
If your idea of opera is a 19th century tragic love story, Seattle Opera has some news for you.
The show will go on at Seattle’s Intiman Theatre.
That wasn’t a foregone conclusion in September, when the nonprofit theater’s board of directors announced, citing an impending $7,000 budget shortfall, that it advised closing the company for good.
We’ve survived Halloween (although no doubt some of us are still suffering sugar hangovers).
KUOW’s Arts and Culture reporter Marcie Sillman has some recommendations for activities to entertain yourselves before the Thanksgiving/Chanukah/Christmas/New Year’s holiday onslaught begins.
Maybe it’s because Halloween is coming; maybe it’s weather-related. Whatever the reason, this weekend is packed with cultural events for all ages.
KUOW’s Arts and Culture reporter Marcie Sillman highlights just a few.