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Legally Blonde: The Musical coming to Capitol Theatre

Legally Blonde: The Musical coming to Capitol Theatre

The locally produced show runs May 23 to 26
Mark National Poetry Month with free reading at Silverton Memorial Hall

Mark National Poetry Month with free reading at Silverton Memorial Hall

Tom Wayman and others will read at free event on April 13
LARGE POPCORN, EXTRA BUTTER: Dune: Part 2 and the dangers of charismatic leaders

LARGE POPCORN, EXTRA BUTTER: Dune: Part 2 and the dangers of charismatic leaders

Greg Marrast writes about Dune’s examination of religion
Lysander Trio to perform in Nelson April 10

Lysander Trio to perform in Nelson April 10

The group is comprised of violinist Itamar Zorman, pianist Liza Stepanova, and cellist Michael Katz
BLANK CANVAS: Mexican dancer Fabiola Gascon on becoming adaptable

BLANK CANVAS: Mexican dancer Fabiola Gascon on becoming adaptable

Gascon is the founder of Tapatia Collective dance school in Nelson
Nelson actor becomes ruthless warlord in new Disney Shōgun series

Nelson actor becomes ruthless warlord in new Disney Shōgun series

Hiromoto Ida plays a feudal lord of 17th century Japanese samurai culture
LARGE POPCORN, EXTRA BUTTER: Civic Theatre to close up to 5 months for renovations

LARGE POPCORN, EXTRA BUTTER: Civic Theatre to close up to 5 months for renovations

The closure beginning in April will see the roof fixed and two new screens added
Black and Rural by Shayna Jones touring Kootenay Region in April

Black and Rural by Shayna Jones touring Kootenay Region in April

Stage play examines the experiences of Black folks living in rural areas
Selkirk students sizzle at Shambhala Music Hall

Selkirk students sizzle at Shambhala Music Hall

The annual showcase performances for graduating students run until April 5
Award-winning film Israelism to be screened in Nelson

Award-winning film Israelism to be screened in Nelson

The film shows two American Jews coming to grips with Israel’s treatment of Palestinians