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The Downtown Issaquah Association is seeking artists of all types and styles to submit work to be juried for the 13th annual Downtown Issaquah ArtWalk season.
Community Events, March 2014
Mick Foley's accomplishments in the ring made him a star, but his accomplishments outside it gave him staying power. He wrote the first WWE autobiography without the aid of a ghost writer and, in his retirement from active competition, he’s written three more memoirs, four children’s books and two novels. Most recently, Foley has taken the stage as a stand up comedian, recounting well-known stories from his wrestling career that transition into vignettes about his family and everyday life.
Skyline High School's drama department will present 'The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), performing 37 of Shakespeare’s works in only 97 minutes.
Cavalia brings its newest horse and human extravaganza, Odysseo, to Marymoor Park starting Feb. 19. The event, which continues through March 9, includes 63 horses and 47 artists performing under the world's largest touring big top.
Charlie Baker (Erik Gratton) is pretty down-trodden at the start of "The Foreigner" now playing at Village Theatre. He is a cuckold husband (23 times he points out) who still loves his wife, but believes she is dying. Charlie thinks he has no personality, and is the most boring person alive. His buddy, Froggy LeSueur (Patrick Phillips) decides that a few days at a fishing lodge in Georgia is just what Charlie needs to get some peace and quiet.