Edmonds Heights Performing Arts presents four days of All together now!
After nearly two years, Edmonds Heights Performing Arts will be back on stage for a Broadway revue for all ages. All together now takes place November 12-15 with daytime and evening performances, giving our community the chance to enjoy this wonderful show. There will be around 50 artists, including students of all ages, parents, teachers and even new principal Kathleen Hodges.
The show is a fundraiser to help Edmonds Heights Performing Arts continue to produce high quality theater opportunities for their students. Ticket prices start at $ 10 with donor ticket levels from $ 25 to $ 150.
Live performances are November 12-13 at 7:30 p.m. and November 13-14 at 3:00 p.m. Streaming performances are November 13 at 7:30 p.m., November 14 at 3:00 p.m. and November 15 at 6:00 p.m. 30h
Pure imagination – Charlie and the chocolate factory
Write the story of my life – Junie B. Jones
Middle of a moment – James and the giant peach
Give me, give me – Millie completely modern
We’re all in the same boat – Musical High School
The human heart – Once on this island
She was mine – Waitress
Do you consider – Olivier
When I grow up – Mathilde
Give me a chance – Mom Mia
Wouldn’t that be Lovely – My beautiful lady
Supercalifragilisteexpialidocious – Mary Poppins
Beautiful city – Divine spell
Why we tell the story – Once on this island
Tickets are available now for in-person and live shows here
Comedy competition soon at the Edmonds Center for the Arts
The semi-finals of the Seattle International Comedy Competition will be held here for the 41st annual competition. Each comic has ten minutes to entertain and wow the crowd. They will compete for $ 15,000 in cash prizes. Tickets available here. More events coming up in November can be found here.
Meet Candace Robb at the Edmonds Bookshop event
On Thursday, November 11, Edmonds Bookstore will welcome author Candace Robb in conversation with Patricia Bracewell at 6 p.m. via Facebook Live. Robb’s New Book The Riverwoman’s dragon, is the 13th in his Owen Archer series. The story is set in London in 1375, exploring the push and pull between a new doctor and traditional healers and midwives in a time of fear and suspicion.
Pacific Northwest writer and historian Candace Robb creates late medieval fiction with two series, The Mysteries of Owen Archer and The Mysteries of Kate Clifford. You can learn more about her here.
Patricia Bracewell is also an author, with her third book, The steel under the silk published last March. Learn more about Bracewell here.
The event takes place on the Edmonds Bookstore Facebook page.
– By Rachel Gardner
Rachel Gardner genuinely appreciates art in all its forms and believes that everyone is an artist, some just don’t know it yet. A dedicated and involved Edmonds resident, she can often be spotted on stage making jokes between sets or in the audience enjoying live local performances. She enjoys having fun with her art and finding unique means of expression, like forming a boho-grunge-folk ukulele trio with local Edmonds mothers.