Stand & Resist Exhibition at Sylvia Center

Stand & Resist Exhibition

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A ten-day exhibit of visual arts and one evening of live performances, showcasing local and regional artists who are exploring the intertwined issues of threats to the Salish Sea, climate change, and alternative futures.

Stand & Resist Exhibition at Sylvia Center

Stand & Resist Exhibition – Art Walk Reception

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A ten-day exhibit of visual arts and one evening of live performances, showcasing local and regional artists who are exploring the intertwined issues of threats to the Salish Sea, climate change, and alternative futures.

Mia Solo Festival at Sylvia Center

Mia Solo Festival

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iDiOM Theater’s three-weekend festival of monologue, storytelling, and solo shows, goes out on a high note with the return of the inimitable Butt Kapinski!

New Works Festival

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idiOM Theater presents two new works, two weekends in a row: a new translation of a 1687 farce about love, chastity, and space aliens, and a new, award-winning dark comedy about revenge gone wrong, written by a WWU Theatre senior.

Older But Not Wiser

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Dragon Tales Productions presents Older but Not Wiser, a tender and revealing musical play written by Andrew C. Backus and Christine Lilly Backus and directed by Earl Reid.

The Emperor of the Moon

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Our first-ever outdoor show will take place this summer, right behind Sylvia Center for the Arts in Maritime Heritage Park: Aphra Behn’s The Emperor of the Moon is a comical story about a Doctor obsessed with the moon, and his daughter and niece, who try to trick the good Doctor into allowing them to marry by passing off their two suitors as lunar royalty visiting from the moon. An outlandish, hysterical, and family-friendly farce playing in the open air in the amphitheater at Maritime Heritage Park.

An Iliad | Aug 10–26

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A humorous and emotional adaptation of the ancient Greek classic turns an epic celebration of war into a haunting reminder of war’s human cost. An arresting, not-to-be-missed solo performance by iDiOM Theater founder Glenn Hergenhahn-Zhao.