May 20, 2015
Simply put, “Cabaret” is one of the best productions I’ve ever seen at Village Theatre.
However, your enjoyment of the musical will directly correlate with your ability to handle an uncomfortable truth.
May 12, 2015
He’s won a Tony award, not to mention a Pulitzer Prize.
Still, virtually every year he makes a return to where it literally all started for him, Village Theatre.
“Not to get mushy, but this is home,” Brian Yorkey said, explaining why he keeps coming back to Issaquah despite a full plate of movie scripts, other plays and projects of various kinds.
April 28, 2015
The fourth annual Downtown Issaquah Association Wine Walk series continues May 1.
The association’s first Friday event is from 6-9 p.m. and features samples of regional vintners, live music, art exhibits and demonstrations, and snacks, all within easy walking distance along Front Street.
This month, the association is collaborating with the Issaquah Library and the Pacific Northwest Writers Association for the first annual Author Fest. The new feature kicks off in the library meeting room with the following schedule: Read more
April 21, 2015
Tickets are now on sale for Village Theatre’s musical production “Cabaret.”
Tickets for the musical, which runs from May 14 through July 3 at the Francis J. Gaudette Theatre, 303 Front St. N., are $39 to $67.
Lady killers — How two men handle the women in their lives delivers the laughs in ‘No Way to Treat a Lady’
March 25, 2015
Audiences will be excited that Village Theatre veteran director Steve Tomkins was able to cross off another production from his bucket list — this time, one of the first productions in the Village Originals program in 1999, “No Way to Treat a Lady.”
Adapted from a William Goldman novel, Douglas J. Cohen penned a tale of Christopher “Kit” Gill and Morris Brummel, who are both having mommy issues. How they approach their problems is at the core of the musical.
March 17, 2015
“No Way To Treat A Lady,” the theatrically charged new musical about a cunning yet charming serial killer, makes its mainstage Village Theatre debut March 19. (It ends April 26.)
The cat-and-mouse detective thriller is rounded out with a little romance, a lot of laughs, and an upbeat score full of catchy melodies and quick-witted lyrics.
March 17, 2015
Village Theatre recently announced its productions for the 2015-16 season.
The lineup includes “Snapshots,” a new musical scrapbook featuring the music of Stephen Schwartz, creator of “Wicked”; “My Fair Lady,” the glamorous Lerner-Loewe musical classic; “Crimes of the Heart,” a southern, gothic comedy; “My Heart Is the Drum,” a spirited, new coming-of-age musical set in Ghana; and “Billy Elliot,” the smash Broadway hit with music by Elton John.
March 3, 2015
Between its Golden Globe-winning turn on the silver screen and its 13-year run on Broadway, the story of “Beauty and the Beast” is familiar to audiences around the world.
That’s the challenge for the Issaquah High School performing arts department when it brings the musical version of “Beauty and the Beast” to the stage five times in four days this week.
March 3, 2015
The Downtown Issaquah Association’s first Friday Wine Walk returns for its second week of 2015 on March 6.
Support the local community with live music, art happenings, snacks and local boutique wines poured in several destinations along Front Street.
February 3, 2015
Issaquah companies and organizations set the standard across several industries, according to the rankings in the Puget Sound Business Journal Book of Lists 2014-15.
The book contains lists of top companies, arranged by industry and ranking, including 1,966 companies and 80 lists.