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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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Telephone Room Gallery features crafty art by local artists

This month’s show at the tiny Telephone Room Gallery, inside a house in the North End of Tacoma, features local artists revisiting retro craft projects from the 1960s-1980s. The exhibition of new takes on old crafts opens this Saturday.

Some of the crafts reinterpreted are fish printing, bottle gardens, Ojos de Dios and rock creatures, given a new spin by artists Jennifer Adams,
Jessica Bender,
Peter Lynch,
Matt Johnson,
Ann Darling,
Lauren Faulkner,
Chris Sharp, 
Colleen Maloney,
Elise Richman,
Saya Moriyasu,
Tobin Eckholt,
Maria Jost,
Meghan Mitchell,
Lisa Kinoshita,
Jennifer Peters
and Terry Dew.

Opening 5 p.m. June 4, then by appointment through June 30. Free. Telephone Room Gallery, 3710 N. 7th St.,

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Critic’s Picks: Lauren Faulkner at the Telephone Room, the Northwest Repertory Singers, “Kung Fu Panda” at the Grand and Irish music and dance for Food Connection

Party Line at the Telephone Room

This month’s exhibit at the tiny, one-room gallery of the Telephone Room is recent UPS graduate Lauren Faulkner, exploring art and process inspired by Egon Schiele “Emulate: A Visual Interpretation of Schiele’s Nudes.” Artist talk/reception 6 p.m. tonight. Open through Mar. 27 by appointment. Free. 3710 N. Union Ave., Tacoma. www.thetelephoneroom.blogspot.com

Choral Extravaganza from the Northwest Repertory Singers

Tacoma choir the Northwest Repertory Singers are combining with the Federal Way Choral and Clark College Chorale for “A Choral Extravaganza” on Saturday night. Nearly 200 singers will perform spirituals by Hall Johnson and Moses Hogan,

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