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April 25, 2019

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Dining on the Hill: Restaurant reviews

Need to find a new lunch spot that offers affordability, convenience and flavor? Here at The Seattle Collegian, we’ve got you covered! These restaurants are recommended for not only their proximity to Central Campus, but also for their yum factor and relatively low prices. If you’re in need of some flavorful cuisine close to your

Us is horrifying homage to The Twilight Zone – Review

4 STARS OUT OF 5 (Want to know what exactly our star ratings mean? Check out our explanations here) When watching Jordan Peele’s new film Us, I couldn’t help but think of the classic television show The Twilight Zone. Jordan Peele is the writer and director of the Academy Award-winning film Get Out (2017), which

Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

5 STARS OUT OF 5 (Want to know what exactly our star ratings mean? Check out our explanations here) Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is one of my favorite plays. It stands to reason that Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is one of my favorite ballets of all time—though for different reasons. Both are funny,

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Marie, Dancing Still – Review

3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 (Want to know what exactly our star ratings mean? Check out our explanations here) Marie, Dancing Still is a solid new musical theater work inspired by the famous sculpture Little Dancer of Fourteen Years of prominent 19th-century artist Edgar Degas–or, more accurately, the subject of the sculpture. It was modeled

“Returning the Bones”: a performance to remember – …

5 STARS OUT OF 5 (Want to know exactly what our star ratings mean? Check out our explanations here.) Award-winning Seattle actor Gin Hammond has returned to Book-It Repertory Theatre — where she previously acted in such shows as “Treasure Island,” “Huckleberry Finn,” and “Dog of the South” — with a hauntingly beautiful original play of

Captain Marvel arrives on Earth — 3.5/5

3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 (Want to know exactly what our star ratings mean? Check out our explanations here.) Carol Danvers — a.k.a. Captain Marvel — is finally here, and she has fully conquered her first big screen debut. The first iteration of the Captain Marvel character was introduced in 1967. Captain Marvel, or Mar-vell, was

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Review: PNB Director’s Choice 2019 (4.5/5)

4.5 STARS OUT OF 5 (Want to know exactly what our star ratings mean? Check out our explanations here.) Every year, Pacific Northwest Ballet holds a Director’s Choice mixed-rep program, leaning away from established repertory with new works and risky choices. PNB Director, Peter Boal, overwhelmingly delivers quality performances on this precarious program year after

Womxn’s Future: the conversation continues

On March 7th, the Northwest Film Forum and Seattle Central’s College Activities Board co-hosted an event entitled “Womxn’s Future” in the Erickson Theatre. This is the second of NWFF and CAB’s “Future/Community Conversations” series, the first being “Black Future.” The event featured a diverse group of panelists. Creative instigator for social change Sadiqua Iman; Undocumented

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Intermission Is Relative: Amanda Palmer Is Back (4/5)

4 STARS OUT OF 5 (Want to know exactly what our star ratings mean? Check out our explanations here.) “There Will Be No Intermission”, the most recent LP from Amanda Palmer, was released on March 8th. Those already familiar with Palmer, better known by her stage name Amanda Fucking Palmer (AFP), be it through her

Review: Being Present in the Umbrella Academy – 3.5/5

3.5 STARS OUT OF 5 (Want to know exactly what our star ratings mean? Check out our explanations here.) Steve Blackman and Jeremy Slater’s Netflix showThe Umbrella Academy is based on a comic series of the same name which was created by Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá and was published by Dark Horse Comics. The

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