Cinderella, the overworked and under-appreciated heroine who becomes the Royal Prince’s obsession, takes the stage at Vashon High School for a week-end production by the dancers of Vashon Dance Academy
The Maasai Children’s Initiative and Woman’s Way Red Lodge, two nonprofits with local ties to Vashon, are bringing the groundbreaking film "Girl Rising" to the Vashon Theatre for a one-night screening, Tuesday, May 7th, at 6 PM.
Cascadia ’10 is the echo of Afrobeat in the Pacific Northwest–a sound resonating from Nigeria to the Emerald City. They are a small army of 11 experienced musicians, bringing hypnotically funky music to hips and feet wherever they go.
More than 60 dancers, ages 3 to adult, from Vashon Allied Arts Center for Dance stages Romeo and Juliet & Original Works Saturday, April 27, 1 and 7 pm, and Sunday, April 28, 1 and 5 pm, at VHS Theater.
The Vashon comedy collective known as Plan V will present an afternoon of comedy and song at the Vashon Theatre on Sunday, April 28 at 4PM. Join in the hoopla, high jinx and hilarity for the premiere performance of Vashon Island’s brand new comedy show!
Did you ever think a power outage could be fun? Playwright Peter Shaffer turns darkness into light--pun absolutely intended--in this hysterically funny farce, Black Comedy, directed by Vashon’s very own funny man and master of laugh-out-loud comedy, Steffon Moody.
Publish the Quest, a band with deep Vashon roots that has made a name for itself worldwide as both a musical and philanthropic force, is coming home to Vashon this weekend after several whirlwind trips around the world.
Virtuosic Music of the Baroque Seattle-based trio Ensemble Electra is thrilled to join forces with Swedish cellist and viola da gambist, Joanna Blendulf to present an exciting evening of sonatas for violin, recorder, cello and harpsichord by J.S. Bach, G.P. Telemann, D. Buxtehude, H. Schmeltzer among others.
Welcome this Texas Honky Tonk band to the Red Bike for their first visit to Vashon. The Ganges River Band is a Texas style Honkey Tonk band based out of Seattle, WA and fronted by AP Dugas, a singer/songwriter from Houston, Texas.
Garth Reeves has been playing professionally for over 18 years. After cutting his teeth in the halcyon days of the Olympia scene, Garth moved to Seattle to explore that cities burgeoning music explosion.
Six women from the Accordion Babes Album & Pin-Up Calendar are hitting the road with veteran drummer Aharon Wheels-Bolsta to put on a fun musical variety show. The show will feature Cajun music, Americana/roots music, Balkan/Gypsy tunes, blues, circus/cabaret music and a few fun rock songs, done with pizzazz and style.