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November 19, 2014 at 10:14 AM

Holiday theater season: Beware of ticket brokers

A timely reminder, as the holiday theater season begins: Beware of high-priced ticket brokers. It’s perfectly legal in this state for a third-party ticket broker to buy blocks of tickets to, say, Pacific Northwest Ballet’s “Nutcracker,” or the 5th Avenue Theater’s “A Christmas Story,” or any of a number of other high-profile holiday shows, and…



October 30, 2014 at 3:04 PM

‘Well Read’ books and authors television show launches fourth season

Mary Ann Gwinn and Terry Tazioli, co-hosts of Well Read, in a brief break between reading books.   “Well Read,” a Seattle-based books and authors interview show that airs in 83 percent of the television markets in the U.S., launches its fourth season next week. The new season kicks off with public radio personality Tavis Smiley discussing his…



October 30, 2014 at 12:52 AM

Readers share their love for pets in photos and videos

Does your favorite pal have a grin that makes others smile? Or maybe eyes that mesmerize? Is there a toy that your pet can’t resist? Show us. Upload pictures and short videos of your dog, cat, horse or other pet. You will need to enable JavaScript in order to view the Gallery. Related: Find stories and other features…



September 22, 2014 at 11:14 AM

Cornish cancels performances as dancer encounters visa troubles

By Michael Upchurch/ Seattle Times arts writer

Trouble at the U.S.-Canadian border again for a traveling artist wanting to share his expertise. Canadian dancer Yannick Matthon, one of the stars of Crystal Pite’s troupe Kidd Pivot, was scheduled to start rehearsals of excerpts from Pite’s brilliant “Dark Matters” for the Cornish Dance Theater Fall 2014 Concert. He was also slated to present a lecture/demonstration about Pite’s choreography on Sept. 19.


Comments | Topics: Cornish College, Kid Pivot, Yannick Matthon

September 22, 2014 at 10:57 AM

SAM acquires Raphaelle Peale still life for undisclosed sum

Raphaelle Peale's "Still Life with Strawberries and Ostrich Egg Cup," recently acquired by SAM. (Photo by Elizabeth Mann)

Raphaelle Peale’s “Still Life with Strawberries and Ostrich Egg Cup,” recently acquired by SAM. (Photo by Elizabeth Mann)

By Michael Upchurch/Seattle Times arts writer

The Seattle Art Museum has purchased an 1814 painting by Raphaelle Peale, “Still Life with Strawberries and Ostrich Egg Cup,” from the Roy Nutt Family Trust, for an undisclosed sum.

Peale (1774-1825) was the son of artist-naturalist Charles Willson Peale and the brother of portraitist Rembrandt Peale. His painting portrays an eclectic array of objects from his father’s collection, including “a silver mounted ostrich egg from Africa, a Chinese export porcelain pitcher, a celadon bowl, a finely crafted silver spoon, and a gathering of strawberries cultivated on the family’s experimental farm.”


Comments | Topics: Raphaelle Peale, Seattle Art Museum

September 18, 2014 at 11:16 AM

PNB principal Carla Körbes announces retirement

A very sad surprise today for fans of Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancer Carla Körbes, who announced today that she is retiring at the end of the 2014-2015 season.  Körbes, who is in her early 30s, explained her decision in a statement to this morning: “I have had unforgettable moments with Pacific Northwest Ballet,” said Ms….



September 17, 2014 at 3:17 PM

R.I.P. Carolyn Keim, ACT Theatre costume shop director

From Misha Berson, Seattle Times theater critic: For three decades, if you were a performer in an ACT Theatre show your probably entered the special realm of Carolyn Keim. Ms. Keim, who died at age 62 in Seattle on Sept. 10 after a long illness, was the respected and beloved longtime director of ACT’s busy costume shop.  And while she was the overseer…



September 4, 2014 at 8:15 PM

Taproot Theatre reveals 2015 season

Seattle Times theater critic Misha Berson writes: A classic horror story of blood lust, an invaluable British servant, and a joint campaign by a Ku Klux Klan member and a civil rights activist are all in the mix of the 2015 mainstage season at Taproot Theatre. The Greenwood district theater’s subscription season offerings will begin next  January with “The…



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