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Tag: St. John’s Olympia

March
22nd

Critic’s Picks: Tacoma Youth Chorus in Olympia, Easter oratorio at LDS Sumner and Tacoma, Rich Ridenour with the Tacoma Symphony and “Joy Luck Club” at Tacoma Little Theatre

Tacoma Youth Choruses in Olympia

The Tacoma Youth Chorale, the Young Men’s Chorus and the Young Women’s Chorus will perform at the by-donation music series at St. John’s Episcopal, Olympia. Music includes choral classics, gospel standards and 21st-century compositions by Bach, Brahms, Schubert, Mendelssohn and more. 3 p.m. March 24. Entry by donation, free child care and artist reception. St. John’s Episcopal Church, corner 19th Ave. SE and Capitol Way, Olympia. 360-352-8527, stjohnsoly.org

Easter oratorio at Mormon churches in Sumner, Tacoma

After successful performances last year, Sumner and Tacoma Mormon churches are remounting the Easter oratorio “Lamb of God” by Rob Gardner this and next weekend, directed by soprano Erin Guinup. There’s an accompanying video presentation. 7 p.m. March 24 at LDS Church, 512 Valley Ave. E., Sumner; 7 p.m. March 31 at LDS Church 1102 S. Pearl St., Tacoma. Admission free. lds.org

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March
2nd

Critic’s Picks: Tacoma’s Telephone Room Gallery, Lakewood Playhouse, the Esoterics in Olympia and Traver Gallery opening

“Zigzags” at the Telephone Room

The one-room Telephone Room gallery, housed in a private residence in the North end, opens a new show this weekend with work by Seattle artist Julie Alpert, who draws on the rooms cramped charm to create a three-dimensional painting. 6-9 p.m. March 3 and by appointment through March. Free.
Telephone Room Gallery,
3710 North 7th St., Tacoma. www.juliealpert.com,www.thetelephoneroom.blogspot.com

Lakewood Playhouse opens “The Farnsworth Invention”

Opening tonight at Lakewood is “The Farnsworth Invention,” a new play by Aaron Sorkin about the race to invent television back in 1929, and directed by the theater’s new managing director

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