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CFPA to stage re-imagining of 'Romeo & Juliet' Oct. 14-16 in the Performing Arts Center 2022-10-05
Fairhaven Summer Repertory Theater returns

Steve Lyons and Mark Kuntz founded Bellingham Theaterworks in 2014. Until the pandemic, they’d produced several plays each year, many under the auspices of Fairhaven Summer Repertory Theater.

Refreshingly, this year’s theme is “youth…

Western to Stage Musical ‘Family Game Night’ Oct. 20-29 2016-10-12
WWU production of ‘Top Dog/Underdog’ travels to Mexico City

Western Washington University professors Mark Kuntz and Darren McCroom are headed to Mexico City with five students this month to present Suzan-Lori Parks’ “Top Dog/Underdog,” with two-performances on campus, at 2 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, at Western’s Performing Arts Center Mainstage,…

Western’s Production of ‘Topdog/Underdog’ to Travel to Mexico City 2016-02-01
Never Be Dark: Big Theatres Hosting Smaller Companies

What’s a multi-venue theatre to do? Running a space takes time and energy, not to mention costs. So how do you keep patrons coming back while keeping your costs down?

ACT Theatre in Seattle has no fewer than four venues; they can even program up to five events in a single evening if they…

Upcoming plays examine personal impacts of Vietnam War 2014-10-16
Ten Who Cared: Pam Kuntz uses dance to share stories, build community

Most people, or maybe just the lucky ones, seem to have that one thing that they can't live without. At least that's how dance instructor and arts advocate Pam Kuntz sees it.

For some, a sport like running offers a euphoric feeling that becomes something they crave. For Kuntz,…

Controversial play 'Equus' at WWU

Mark Kuntz directs "Equus," Peter Shaffer's controversial play about a psychiatrist who is confronted with a boy who has blinded six horses in a violent fit of passion. This very passion is as foreign to Dysart as the act itself. To the boy's parents it is a hideous mystery;…

Bellingham theater project loses Parkade lease

A proposal to build a mid-size performing arts theater in the city is on hold.

On Monday, Aug. 12, the City Council voted not to extend the lease of the Commercial Street Theatre Project, after the group failed to raise enough money to improve the 3,847-square-foot space in the Parkade on…

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