The Ojibwa title refers to a deep act of understanding mediated by community members.
Using archival film footage, protest songs, and modern musical expressions of black life, the pianist, singer, and conductor will survey the civil-rights movement—and how its message is needed now.
The Cultchivating the Fringe award-winning, one-woman show has an unusual structure that reflects the dynamic between its two creators.
The local stage star drew from a string of home parties for her first musical.
At JFL NorthWest, the comedian goes far beyond blow jobs in her hit off-Broadway show.
The two performers share a freewheeling approach, touching on everything from psychedelic modal jams to swirling electronic scores to heartfelt vocal ragas.
He’s been a superstar to comedy fans for a long time, but each year he gets bigger among the general population.
At the beginning of each evening, the duo spend 15 minutes or so mining their fans for an idea on which to build an hour-and-15-minute ride.
There are those among us who not only love totally atrocious movies, but go to great lengths to seek them out.
Directors Chelsea Haberlin and Fay Nass find the nuances in a play that treats the titular group with a surprising degree of sympathy and compassion.
Although West Coasters probably know Corcoran best as a theatre artist, her work helming opera goes back to some of the earliest days in her career.
Many of the 10 artists represented here address the ways parenthood impacts the where and what of their creative practices.