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posted Friday, April 13, 2012 - Volume 40 Issue 15

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Pride Idol wows the crowd in week two
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

Seattle Pride Idol, presented by Smirnoff, Seattle's Best Karaoke, Neighbours Seattle, Seattle Gay News, and MOViN 92.5, is back for week two, and the competition came out in force for a night of great vocal performances and community connections.

The 2012 Pride Idol is a citywide singing contest hosted by Seat
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Out from under: Bully director and Lesbian teen talk controversial documentary
by Chris Azzopardi - SGN Contributing Writer

Lee Hirsch will never forget the brutality of his middle-school years, when he was the victim of what, in recent years, has become a tragic epidemic - bullying. The punches, taunts, and name-calling were all wielded his way. And the bullshit justification for all the above: that it
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Lea Salonga's enchanted life
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN A&E Writer

Lea Salonga in Concert
April 13
Moore Theatre


It would seem that Lea Salonga leads an enchanted life. Her career started early in the Philippines, where she made her first recording at age 10. At 17 she won the lead in the smash musical Miss Saigon,
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Cast of CATS hold fundraiser at R Place
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

On April 19, the company members of the national tour of CATS will perform 'Don't Let Anyone Steal Your Magic,' a benefit and fundraiser for the Trevor Project in memory of Tony Ray Hicks (Mama Fonda) at R Place.

'We chose the Trevor Project because of its outreach to t
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SGN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Tony Tripoli goes fast and hard at Rendezvous
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

A Tale of Two Grindrs
April 21-22
The Rendezvous Restaurant and Lounge


You might not know who Tony Tripoli is right out of the gate. But when I tell you he's the head writer of Fashion Police with Joan Rivers, and that he's 'that one guy from that o
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ZinZanni serves up a hot Caliente!
by Milton W. Hamlin - SGN A&E Writer

Teatro ZinZanni's Caliente!
Seattle Center
Through June 10


The zany entertainment crew at Seattle's Teatro ZinZanni invites you to 'unleash your inner jalapeno' in the new Caliente!, midway through its four-month run in its historic circus/cabaret tent
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Death, Sex 3 offers reliably weird shorts at Balagan
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Death, Sex 3: Election Season
Balagan Theatre
Through April 14


Shorts festivals can be a real crapshoot. The best ones are well-curated with good playwrights, good writing, good directing, and good actors. Balagan's latest shorts fest, Death, Sex 3: Election
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
 
MUSIC LOUNGE
Young the Giant continues to get bigger
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MOVIE REVIEWS

Engrossing Bully an impactful documentary
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Titanic's unsinkable Edward Watts
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN A&E Writer

Titanic
April 13-15
5th Avenue Theatre


You may not know his name, but you'll recognize his face. Depending on which show you saw at the 5th Avenue Theatre, you might even recognize his body. Edward Watts has done theater in New York, across the count
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Radiohead simply superior at Key Arena
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Radiohead
April 9
Key Arena


To say Radiohead are iconic doesn't fully give them the credit they deserve, but it's a start. The English act, who debuted on the music scene two decades ago with Pablo Honey, are pioneers of the alternative rock movement an
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Back, Back, Back hits short of the fence
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Back, Back, Back
Seattle Public Theater
Through April 22


A trio of talented men spit into their palms and try to swing for the bleachers in Seattle Public Theater's presentation of Back, Back, Back by Itamar Moses. Directed fairly tightly by Kelly Kitchens
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Cults not at their best at Neptune
by Jessica Price - SGN A&E Writer

Cults
April 7
The Neptune


Detractors who say that '60s-style, retro modern girl-pop bands - the kind that seem to spring from the cracks in the sidewalk in Brooklyn these days - don't translate very well in a live setting were proven at least partially
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Les Troyens requires repeat visits
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

When I first watched this stunning Blu-ray disc of Berlioz' epic opera Les Troyens, the production, while often visually arresting, rather turned me off. Absurd, sometimes attractive images drew so much attention to themselves that I felt Berlioz was left behind in the dust. I spent much of the t
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Solid fun with Twilight Zone
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

The Twilight Zone: Live!
ACT Theatre
Through April 28


It's another in Theater Schmeater's terrific series The Twilight Zone: Live! Tim Moore again leads an intrepid cast back in time through three more episodes of the '50s sci-fi classic. To mark the star
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CATS: It's now and forever
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN A&E Writer

CATS
April 17-22
Paramount Theatre


The black poster with the yellow eyes and dancers for pupils is now an iconic sight for any lover of Broadway. Just one look and anyone over the age of 7 can tell you what show it represents. It's the smash hit musi
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