Arts And Entertainment

Fri, 05/04/18

Students in the Ballard High School Digital Filmmaking Program led the pack of winners at the Northwest High School Film Festival on May 1, claiming thirteen awards and honors across six different categories at the…MORE

Fri, 05/04/18

Burien is looking for a few artists who are interested in turning traffic signal control boxes into canvases for their work. This project is made possible by the Burien Art in Public Place Fund.

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Fri, 05/04/18

The box office is now open for the Seattle International Film Festival, and more than 433 films will be screened for the occasion.

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Mon, 04/30/18

The connection between Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood and Norway is a strong one, going back to early settlement days, a relationship that will be celebrated with the Grand Opening of the new Nordic Museum on Saturday, May…MORE

Mon, 04/30/18

By Lindsay Peyton

The dramedy “Church & State” takes audiences to a pivotal moment in an election--to the moments before a candidate makes his speech. The play, now showing at Burien Actors Theatre, centers…MORE

Sun, 04/29/18

The dramedy “Church & State” takes audiences to a pivotal moment in an election--to the moments before a candidate makes his speech. The play, now showing at Burien Actors Theatre, centers around the main character’s…MORE

Sun, 04/29/18

information from Ballard Performing Arts

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Fri, 04/27/18

The Ballard High School Playmakers are bringing Our Town to our neighborhood! Our Town is a metatheatrical three-act play about life in the fictional small town of Grover’s Corners.

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Thu, 04/26/18

The hard part isn’t exactly over for the jazz band at Ballard High School.

“It’s crunch time,” senior Katie Webster said.

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Thu, 04/26/18

Early in the second act, the stage goes dark and an unseen character says, “The point of this whole thing was to make you feel something."

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