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A Classic lil’ Christmas features singer songwriter V. CONTRERAS , MARTIN FEVEYEAR & DELILAH PEARL performing songs of holiday cheer at the intimate and cozy Vashon Island Coffee Roasterie, to benefit The DoVE Project.

The Vashon Island Shakespeare Festival’s ShakesKIDS are proud to share their work on their one hour version of Hamlet, by William Shakespeare.

An Interview with Christine Juarez, Vashon Allied Arts Director of Dance.

This holiday season Drama Dock brings back the holiday farce,   “Inspecting Carol”.  This uproarious take on “A Christmas Carol has been described as “A Christmas Carol” meets “Noises Off” meets “Waiting for Guffman”.

The Pharaoh’s Daughter performed by the Bolshoi Ballet. Will be shown Sunday November 23rd, 1:00pm.
Music Cesare Pugni  Libretto Jean-Henry Saint-Georges and Marius Petipa  Choreography, sets and costumes Pierre Lacotte.

National Theatre Live’s thrilling broadcast of Frankenstein returns to cinemas for a limited time, due to unprecedented audience demand.

Vashon, Seattle & Tacoma residents are encouraged to spend a night together laughing for a cause that is no laughing matter: Domestic Violence.  The DoVE Project, Vashon’s only on-island domestic violence organization will host a Comedy night at the O Space

Friday October 24, Comedy Night returns just in time for you to not care. Oct 24 is National Taking Care of Business Day and we plan on celebrating.

Simon Godwin makes his RSC debut to direct Shakespeare’s exuberant romantic comedy. Simon is Associate Director of the Royal Court, and he most recently directed Strange Interlude at the National Theatre.

“Remember when you were a little kid and you would spin until you had to fall down? Or run to cool off? Or jump from the back of a couch and really really fly?”

Open Space is thrilled to welcome this all-ages, super-fun outdoor theatre treat:
Teatro Minestrone’s Around the World in 8 Stories.

Club Shostakovich is the roaming Seattle chamber music series that has brought the Shostakovich string quartets to Seattle-area venues over the last two years.

Vashon Opera’s sixth season kicks off in September with Mozart’s Don Giovanni, considered one of the greatest operas of all time. Watch as the Don pushes his limits and meets his ultimate demise in this brilliantly crafted masterwork.

 

Face it, you are going to need something to look forward to. After the neighbors have finished blowing up what had been their kids’ college funds and then returned the cooler you loaned them so they could transport their flag-festooned fingers to the medic

Aladdin and his host of exotic friends, including Genie, Jeannie, Jasmine, the Wishes and an unruly Flying Carpet take the stage at Vashon High School for a week-end production by the dancers of Vashon Dance Academy, June 27-29.

Author David Laskin writes about ordinary people whose lives are forever changed due to cataclysmic events in history.   Perhaps the most fascinating story he has written to date is his own.  Laskin’s  newest book, “The Family: Three Journeys Into the Heart of the Twentieth Century”

The Vashon Island Chorale is celebrating its 25th anniversary with the premiere of a collection of pieces by noted West Seattle composer, Bronwyn Edwards. Entitled “Vashon Suite” the 45-minute, multi-movement work celebrates the many flavors of Vashon’s colorful history and culture. Vashonislandchorale.org

Comedy Night is Back! You are so welcome. On Friday May 23, on the cusp of graduating the first class from our new school, we’re tickled pink to bring you 8 (eight) students of comedy.

Hysterically funny scenes, chocolates and prizes! Drama Dock offers another Night of Improv and it promises to be just as much fun as last year.

VAA Center for Dance flies into spring this season with a celebration of dance and tradition. Dancers step back into the Great Hall of the O Space with a production of Stravinsky’s The Firebird 
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One Show Only – Sunday, April 27 at 4pm
Four red-nose clowns, garbed in red and cream robes and red felt hats, perch atop each other. The one on the tip-top is shouting, enthusiastically…

 

Set in the 1950s, Bye Bye
Birdie is loosely based on the Elvis Presley phenomenon, and the effect he has on one small American town.

Transport yourself to Paris ...an evening with Rouge, Seattle’s premiere nostalgic French music group. International touring musicians based in the Northwest, they perform racing waltzes, romantic ballads and happy jazz-swings

VAA Center for Dance’s Original Works for the first time stands as its own production rather than as part of Spring Ballet.