Laura Schellhardt’s play “The Comparables,”
commissioned by Seattle Repertory Theatre (155 Mercer St.), promises a
new take on an old issue. I really wanted to celebrate this play; unfortunately, I could not.
I think it’s safe to say that when you call your movie “Get Hard,” you’re begging for audiences to go in with low expectations. To my astonishment, “Get Hard” is not only funny but consistently funny, a major plus.
NFFTY (National Film Festival for Talented Youth) has received accolades for the NFFTY Creative production “A Supporting Role.”
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The Seattle Jewish Film Festival (SJFF) is celebrating 20 years of being one of the biggest and most anticipated annual Jewish events in the Pacific Northwest. Over the years, SJFF has not only become the platform to showcase Jewish cinema from all over the world but has also become a valuable part of the Seattle community.
In Ben Hanisko’s eyes, there’s a time and a place for a
sales pitch, and it’s not at Queen Anne Days — at least, not when the
public is expecting fun and games.
Four bands from the Pacific Northwest will compete for the
top prize at EMP’s 14th-annual Sound Off! competition this Saturday,
Author Anne Leigh Parrish, a 30-year Queen Anne resident, is
determined to make her writing career flourish, despite years of
difficulty getting published.