By Amanda Knox
By Lindsay Peyton
Why did Catherine actually come back? That’s the question that lingers through the first act of Gina Gionfriddo’s “Rapture, Blister, Burn.”
Paintings by the late Janet Price will be on display for the December 2017 exhibit at the Pop-up Art Gallery in the lobby of the City of Burien Municipal Office, Burien City Hall.
While Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” was first published in 1843, the story and its message are as relevant today as ever.
Burien Actors Theatre’s holiday show, The Christmas Carol Rag, is a delightfully irreverent and moving musical comedy set in ragtime-era New York City.
The Hi-Liners Musical Theatre, in a move reflecting its continuing growth, has added a second full-time salaried position to the organization’s leadership team.
The arrival of three runaway slaves at a Union Army fort is the catalyst for the story that unfolds in Richard Strand’s “Ben Butler” – a play that raises questions as pertinent today as in the time period it portrays.…
The Burien Actors Theatre is preparing for its 38th season of bringing a mélange of music, comedy and drama to the stage.
Rat City Recon, the annual music and art festival with a distinctively rodentia themed identity will rock the walls of White Center Sept. 16 with a line up of bands the organizers claim is the best in the event's 5 year…