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Adult comedy Rapture, Blister, Burn explores ‘the feminist question’

Adult comedy Rapture, Blister, Burn explores ‘the feminist question’

By Ann McCreary
Funny and thought-provoking, the play Rapture, Blister, Burn at The Merc Playhouse explores the age-old question — what do women really want? “It’s modern, spicy,” said Ashley Lodato, who …
Arts briefs: April 16, 2014

Arts briefs: April 16, 2014

This week: On April 26, we've got ‘Raven’ opening at Confluence, Winthrop Gallery exhibit opens, Music at Spartan Art Project, and String students offer recital. Not on April 26, Willy Wonka Jr. is coming to The Merc May 9 and the Wizard of Oz in Omak on May 2.
Bill Davie headlines free concert presented by KTRT ‘The Root’

Bill Davie headlines free concert presented by KTRT ‘The Root’

KTRT-FM “The Root” is offering a free concert on Saturday (April 12), featuring locally well-known musician and radio personality Bill Davie, to thank the community for its support of the Methow Valley radio station. The concert begins at 8 p.m. at The Merc Playhouse in Twisp. Donations will be accepted to help cover costs. There...
Arts briefs: April 9, 2014

Arts briefs: April 9, 2014

This week: Interpretive Center opens its season April 12, Student films at LBHS at LBHS April 16, Poetry reading April 17, Classical guitar at The Merc April 24 and Revisit the ’60s at the Barn on April 26.
Winter jazz highlights guitar, piano and trumpet

Winter jazz highlights guitar, piano and trumpet

This year’s final winter jazz concert at The Merc Playhouse showcases local and regional musicians on piano, trumpet, bass, drums and guitar. The first set in the Friday show (March 28) features the Hunt/Westendorf Quartet. Guitarist Terry Hunt will play music from some of his favorite guitarists, including gypsy jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt and jazz...
Arts briefs: March 26, 2014

Arts briefs: March 26, 2014

This week: Father/Daughter Dance is back on April 12, Audition for Twelfth Night – Cowboy Style April 12 and 13, Rapture, Blister, Burn at Readers’ Theater on April 17 and 18, & Relive the ’60s at the Barn on April 26.
Community briefs: March 26, 2014

Community briefs: March 26, 2014

This week: Women's panel at Confluence on March 29, Film about Edward Curtis on March 30, Native Hunters in Yellowstone on April 2, All about day hikes on April 1, Puppeteers at libraries on April 3, and Native Plant Sale on April 5.
Artists interpret many facets of women in Confluence exhibit

Artists interpret many facets of women in Confluence exhibit

By Ann McCreary
Woman: Lady. Girl. Female. Chick. Dame. Broad. Lassie. Wench. Maiden. The many facets of womanhood are explored by more than 30 artists in a new exhibit, “Woman: An Artist’s Interpretation,” opening at Confluence Gallery and Art Center on Saturday (March 8) …
Over the River and Through the Woods cooks up family ties

Over the River and Through the Woods cooks up family ties

By Marcy Stamper
Over the River and Through the Woods. The title recalls the warmth of a visit to grandmother’s house evoked by the popular Thanksgiving poem. But for people who have spent their entire lives rooted in one place, those ordinary geographic features can loom as an unbridgeable gulf...
Imaginary Invalid pokes fun at human foibles

Imaginary Invalid pokes fun at human foibles

By Ann McCreary
Drama students from Seattle University arrive in the Methow Valley Sunday (Feb. 23) for a one-night-only presentation of Moliere’s comedy, The Imaginary Invalid, at The Merc…