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MAGNIFICENT MOVIES The Best of 2007 - A year to remember
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN Contributing Writer

By all accounts, 2007 has been the best year we've seen at the movies since 1999. There have been more films certain to be fodder for conversation for decades to come released this year than any other I can recall during my time as a critic (and that includes High School and College), and as time passes I'm positive we'
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Burton reinvents Sondheim through the gleaming darkness of Sweeney Todd
by Richard J. Rosendall - Special to the SGN

After seeing the new Tim Burton movie Sweeney Todd, my friend Craig and I went to dinner and were serenaded by a quartet of Christmas carolers. They were fine singers, but Sweeney's gloomy spirit lingered, and as they sang "Silent Night," I said to Craig, "Not silent enough." In my
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Not our fathers' Jesus
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN Contributing Writer

I cringed as I heard the dreaded words whispered from a theater employee, "I heard the star has a sore throat and won't be going on." Not the thing anyone wants to hear when attending a live theatrical performance. When it comes to an extremely familiar show like Jesus Christ Supers
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Carrie Akre plays The Triple Door in January
by Tony Engelhart - Special to the SGN

CARRIE AKRE
JANUARY 4, 8 PM
THE TRIPLE DOOR
216 UNION ST.
$15


Some artists wallow in their past accomplishments, while others flourish and continually push their creativity. It's a gamble and the results are always chancy when changing direc
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National Treasure sequel is dumb and predictable fun
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

NATIONAL TREASURE: BOOK OF SECRETS NOW PLAYING

I loved the first film, National Treasure (which I saw on television after the "private screening" at my ex and daughter's place went belly-up following a little dust up between the three of us about a year ago), and a
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Tragicomic Savages is an emotional winner
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN Contributing Writer

THE SAVAGES NOW PLAYING

Siblings Wendy (Laura Linney) and Jon (Philip Seymour Hoffman) Savage aren't exactly close. While the former is a struggling East Village playwright working as an office temp and having sex with her very married next door neighbor, the
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Seattle Shakespeare Company presents Julius Caesar
JULIUS CAESAR
DIRECTED BY GREGG LOUGHRIDGE
STARRING DAVID QUICKSALL,
ANDREW MCGINN, AND HANA LASS
CENTER HOUSE THEATRE
JANUARY 3 - 27


A dazzling drama of blood and politics, Seattle Shakespeare Company presents Chamber Julius Caesar. In the faltering republic of Rome a new kind of leade
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