Funhouse Takes Bellingham

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham, WA

An evening of experimental short plays by Seattle’s Funhouse family, including work by WWU and iDiOM alumni Brian Toews, Mario Orallo-Molinaro, Christopher Quilici, Dylan Gervais, Laura Engels, Zach Wymore, Jacob Foerg, Levi Friedman, and Erika Jacobson.

Becoming Magic Mike: An Action Adventure Comedy

Lucas Hicks Theater 207 Prospect St, Bellingham, WA

Gleefully dumb and accidentally smart, Portland comedian DK Reinemer (formerly of Bellingham) sings, dances and roller-skates a preposterously skimpy plot about a straitlaced detective thrust deep undercover into the unfamiliar world of male stripping.

BECOMING MAGIC MIKE: An Action Adventure Comedy

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham, WA

Gleefully dumb and accidentally smart, Portland comedian DK Reinemer (formerly of Bellingham) sings, dances and roller-skates a preposterously skimpy plot about a straitlaced detective thrust deep undercover into the unfamiliar world of male stripping.

In Concert: Kris Delmhorst

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham, WA

Kris Delmhorst is an American songwriter, singer, and instrumentalist. She has released six full length records on the respected indie label Signature Sounds, as well as a panoply of EPs, side projects, and collaborations.

Recurring

Typhoon of Tenderness, by Dennis McSorley

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham, WA

Master Vermont storyteller/monologist (by way of Queens, NY) Dennis McSorley’s new work Typhoon Of Tenderness traces a life from brightness and success to despair and darkness. Dennis will take you on a journey he knows all too well. Musician Steve Goldberg’s sound score adds to the mood and emotions traced.