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6, 2001 : The Weekender Entertainment The Arlington Times/The Marysville Globe o:o C3 CONTINUING... THIS WEEK . . CONTINUING . . . Cam- year ' Tom Key lyrics ; a vivid con- Jesus band story The- 'ts ~25- Amer- of his =HOrns in Zin r is $5 with free admission to those 5 and younger. The performance benefits the North County Animal Shelter. • Also this week, the Arlington Dance School Junior recital will be held Friday evening at the Arlington High School Auditorium. Elephant Man EVERETT -- The distressing and heartwarming true story of the deformed Joseph Merrick, "The Elephant Man," by Bernard Pomerance, opens Friday night, May 18. Presented by the Everett The- atre Players at the Historic Everett The- atre, 2911 Colby in downtown Everett through June 3, Merrick was an outcast in 1880s London, forced to live as a slave and exhibit himself for pennies. When Dr. Frederick Treves befriends him and offers him a home in a London hospital, Merrick is visited by high soci- ety and royalty. .Showtimes are 8 p.m. Thursdays- Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets are $12 for adults, $9 for students, seniors and military personnel, and $5 for children 10 and younger at 425.258.6766. Due to the subject matter parental guidance is suggested. Not in Kansas BELLINGHAM -- The Betlingham Theater Guild presents a comedy/drama about three Irish sisters, "Not in Kansas Anymore," May 18 thorugh June 3 at the historic Mount Baker Theater. For tickets call 360-733-1811. Not good girls SEATTLE -- A blues drama written by Kate Hart and directed by Heather Louise Parker, "We are not Good Girls A Blues Drama," runs May 18 to June 30, at West Seattle's Liberty Dell Dinner Theater, home of Riptide Theater Group. The show features Meg McLynn, Sabrina Prielaida, the Seattle Women in Blues and Nick Vigarino. Tickets are $25 at the Liberty Dell or call 206.935.8420. Amelia Bedelia EVERETT -- Peggy Parish's hilari- ous children's stories are featured in "Come Back, Amelia Bedelia" presented by Pied Piper Presents at the Everett Performing Arts Center Saturday, May 19. Amelia Bedelia is a charming but extremely literal-minded maid who has been making children and their parents laugh for more than 35 years. For information and reserva- tions, call 425.257.6340. • KIRKLAND -- Eastside Musical Theatre's "Guys and Dolls" continues through May 20 at the Kirkland Perfor- mance Center, 350 Kirkland Ave., in Kirkland. Directed by Bryce Britton, showtimes are 8 p.m. Fridays and Satur- days and 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets are $20 for adults and $18 for children and seniors. 425.893.9900. * LYNDEN -- The musical sequel to "Annie" "Annie Warbucks" is presented by the Lynden Performing Arts Guild, 655 Front St., #13, in Lynden. '~ For information or reservations call 360.354.4425. • SEATTLE -- "AIda" features an "appealing soft-rock score" by Elton John and Tim Rice is at The Paramount through May 26. For tickets, $24 to $60, call 206.292.ARTS. • Camwood Players' "Pygmalion," continues on Friday and Saturday nights through May 19 at the Stillaguamish Grange. ~i~ For information call producer Toni Carner 425.388.9519. • "Damn Yankees" is presented by Off the Wall Theatre in Monroe through May 19 at the Frank Wagner Memorial Auditorium, 639 W. Main St., in down- town Monroe, at 8 p.m. Fridays and Sat- urdays and 2 p.m. Sundays May 6 and 13. Tickets are $9 for adults and $7 for students and seniors. 360.863.1663. • "Gypsy," a musical about the real life of Gypsy Rose Lee who grew up in her Seattle features lyrics by Stephen Sondheim at The 5th Avenue Theatre through May 20 at 1308 5th Ave., in Seattle. Ticket prices range from $17 tc $48.50. .~ 206.292.ARTS. • "Big Love," by Charles L. Mee, is a "thrilling battle of the sexes," -- ar ingenious and humorous exploration of love, gender and humanity, directed by Brian Kulick at A Contemporary Theatre through May 20 in The Falls Theater. 206.292.7676. • Lorraine Hansberry's epic drama "A Raisen in the Sun," is presented by the Intiman Theater through May 19. Tickets are $10 to $42 at the Intiman box office, 206.269.1900 or on the web at www.inti- man.org. • A rock and roll musical interpreta- tion of Shakespeare's "The Tempest" set in outer space by Bob Carlton, "Return to the Forbidden Planet," plays Thurs- days through Sundays through May 13 at the Wade James Theatre, 915 Main St., in Edmonds. Showtimes are 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $18 general and $16 juniors and seniors at 425.774.9600. • The West Coast premier of Tracy Letts' rough, raw, shockingly funny and chillingly suspenseful "Killer Joe" con- tinues at the Empty Space Theatre, 3509 Fremont Ave. N., through May 19. Ticket prices range from $23 to $28 at 206.547.7,~0. Bobby Rush, Son Seals James Solburg Band, Buddy Miles, Smokin' Jo Kubeck with B'Noir King and Sister Monica, along with nine regional acts. Tickets are $45 in advance and $55. Camping is $30 for three nights and $15 for one night. 877.996.9238. Classic rock DARRINGTON -- The Saturday line- up at the Classic Rock Festival includes 38 Special, Molly Hatchet, Smokin' Gun, Dr. Hook and Goose Creek Symphony, and on Sunday, the schedule includes Pat Benatar, April Wine, Trooper, and Shades of Purple at the Darrington Music Park Aug. 17, 18 and 19 this sum- mer. A hot rod and bike show will be held on Saturday. A percentage of profits goes to the Forgotten Children's Fund, Special Olympics, the D.O.C.S. Founda- tion and Save the Music. Presented by Shadow Promo- tions, tickets are $40 per day and $75 for a weekend pass in advance at Fastixx, 800.992.8499 or $42.50 and $80 at the gate. Starry Night MOUNT VERNON -- Two interna- tionally recognized musicians, violinist Paul Rosenthal and oboist Peter Christ will perform at the Lincoln Theater tonight, May 16 in a Music for a Starry Night concert. They join Starry Night reg- ulars Shar.y,q Peterson On violin, the Bot- tom Line Duo (cello and bass), Pat Nel- son, bassoon, Eugene Zoro on clarinet, Brian Palmer, ham, and John Konigs- mark, viola. The program includes selections from J.S. Bach, Randall Thompson and Franz Schubert. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for students at the door, or for $10 and $8 in advance at Scott's Bookstore in Mount Vernon. t~For information call Sharyn Peter- son at 360.856.6509. Spring Music Fest LYNNWOOD -- AIderwood Mall has announced its first annual Spring Music Festival, May 16 to 20 at the mall. A full schedule of entertainment features over 50 youth bands, orchestras and choirs from the Lynnwood area's schools and churches, and adult groups, too, in the Center Court Concierge at the mall, on Alderwood Mall Blvd., where I-5 and 1- 405 meet. The fun continues from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 12 through Sun- day, May 20 and 11 am. to 7 p.m. on Sunday. 425.771.1121. Waterfront Festival ANACORTES -- Dance to the sounds of Dillinger's Clambake at the launching of the Anacortes Waterfront Festival. The kick-off begins at 6 p.m. Friday, May 18, with hors d'oeuvres on the dock, dinner and dancing, for $35 per person. Sponsored by the Economic Development Association of Skagit County. Reserve your space by calling 360.336.6114. Swing for seniors ARLINGTON -- A dance for people over the age of 50, Swing into the Past is presented by the Arlington High School Jazzband at Post Middle School on Saturday, May 19, 6 to 9 p.m. Donations wilt benefit the jazzband and the sophmore class. 360435-2119. New musical makes magic by Sarah Arney The Weekender SEATTLE -- Patrick Cassidy was replaced by Jason Workman as Radames in Sunday evening's performance of "Aida" but the show was a great success nonetheless. The Tony-Award winning musical created by Elton John and Tim Rice is beautiful, with some rockin' singing by Simone as Aida and Kelli Fournier as Amneris. These main characters in the Disney Theatrical Production are forced to make choices that not only change their own lives, but that also "alter the course of his- tory. In a novel approach to musical theater, the women are actually strong and smart indi- viduals, although Amneris starts out with a very serious case of Barbie. She ends up wise and on the throne as the queen of Egypt, after condemning her unfaithful fiance to a tomb with his Nubian lover. A slave to Radames, Mereb (Jacen R. Wilkerson) adds humor to the show, making sly com- ments about the Pharoah and his son. Aida, too, makes a humorous jab at the people at war with her country, Nubia. "One thing about you Egyp- tians, you do a good thread count," she said to Amneris when preparing her wedding dress. The new music by Elton John (with lyrics by Tim Rice) jostles back and forth from classic Elton John to a bit of African drumming, and the dancers move well to the rhthyms, with the bright colors of rippling fab- rics enhancing the movement. Full of movement, lights and brilliant, exotic colors of the desert, the prize-winning design crew features Tony Award-win- ning choreography by Wayne Cilento, Tony Award-winning sets and costumes by Bob Crow- ley, and Tony Award-winning lighting design by Natasha Katz. Produced by Disney's Buena Vista Theatrical Group, this "Aida" is directed by Robert Falls. It is the first collaboration between Elton John and Tim Rice since their first musical hit, "The Lion King." This national tour of "Aida," was launched from the Historic Orpheum Theatre in Minneapo- lis and plays through May 26 at Seattle's Paramount Theater in the Volvo Broadway at the Para- mount series brought to Seattle by SFX Theatrical Group. The original Broadway show opened at The Palace Theatre on March 23, 2000 and received four 2000 Tony Awards. After Seattle "Aida" stops at Portland (May 29 to June 3) then Denver (June 6 to 24). For tickets at The Parmount call Ticketmaster at 206.292.ARTS or purchese tick- ets on line at www.ticketmas- ter.com. A World of Song EVERETT -- The Seattle Children's Chorus, under direction of Kris Mason, will present "A World of Song," Saturday, May 19. Beginning at 4 p.m. at the Everett Civic Auditorium, the children ages 7 to 18, will take the audience to Nova Scotia, Korea, Uganda, Greece, Venezuela and Scandinavia. ~i~ For tickets, $10 and $8, call 888.561.7139 or 206.542.5998. The chorus is currently auditioning new choristers. To request an audition- er's packet, cell the same numbers. Visions of Glory EVERETT -- A sacred cantata by Ed Harris, "Visions of Glory," was commis- sion by the First Presbyterian Church of Everett, and will be performed 4 p.m. Sunday, May 20 by the Chancel Choir, at the church, 2936 Rockefeller Ave., in Everett. Based on the nine historic stained glass windows in the church's sanctuary, the cantata features Howard Fankhauser, tenor; Julie Kae Sigars; soprano; Becky Thiele, oboist; Leslie Wolff, flutist; and Gary Norris, organist. A free-will offering wilt be accepted to benefit the music program of the First Presbyterian Church. ~i~ 425-259-7139. Men's choir MARYSVILLE -- The Marysville- Pilchuck Men's choir will perform a pub- lic performance with the Oregon Young Men's Choir at 7 p.m. Monday, May 21 at M-PHS and the choir department's spring concert is 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 23. For information cell the high school at 380-653-0600. Live music • ARLINGTON -- Live music for dancing is offered every Friday and Sat- urday evenings at The Stump Bar and Grill, 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Line dance lessons are offered on Tuesdays. Thurs- day is karaoke night and Sunday is Mex- ican night. Kid's karaoke is from 3 to 8 p.m. Sundays. 360.653.6774. • SKAGIT COUNTY ~ The Letter- men present two shows omorrow, May 17 at the Skagit Valley Casino, at 7 and 9 p.m. Tickets are $15 at 877.275.2448. Old Time Fiddlers ARLINGTON -- Washington Old Time Fiddlers District 16 jam on the sec- ond and fourth Fridays at Fidelity Grange on Smokey Point Blvd., 156th St., behind Bruce & Becky's. 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