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RICHARD II
Jan. 8 - Feb. 2 Seattle Shakespeare Company
Richard II
This lyrical beginning to the War of the Roses is among the most moving of all of Shakespeare’s histories. More poet than monarch, Richard is ill-suited to the role that lineage and legacy demands of him. Surrounded by ambitious men who would prey on his vulnerabilities, Richard is toppled from the throne by his cunning and capable cousin, Henry. But in the loss of his worldly power, Richard makes an unexpected revelation far more important than any kingdom.


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Cherry Blossom Dancers
SEATTLE CHERRY BLOSSOM & JAPANESE CULTURAL FESTIVAL

April 25 -27; Armory, Fisher Pavilion, Seattle Center Pavilion
Dog Sees God image from YATC
PICK OF THE WEEK dog sees god: confessions of a teenage blockhead at young ame

Mercer Corridor Project
Mercer Corridor Project, SR 520 and Alaskan Way Viaduct Update

Andy Warhol Polaroid
PICK OF THE WEEK andy warhol polaroids @ henry art gallery

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