Northwest NEWS

July 19, 1999


More entertainment

More entertainment

WRT opens new ticket outlet

   Tickets are already on sale for Woodinville Repertory Theatre's (WRT) next production, Bell, Book, and Candle, by John Van Druten, and may be picked up at the new outlet for ticket sales at Coffee Republic in Woodinville, 17530 132nd St. Performances will be held at Leota Junior High, 19301 168th Ave. NE in Woodinville. Showtimes are 8 p.m. on Aug. 5-7, 12-14, and 19-21, and 2 p.m. on Aug. 8, 15, 22.

   The plot of Bell, Book, and Candle centers on a young, beautiful, modern-day witch who finds herself falling in love, even though she knows she'll lose her magical powers if she does. How can she choose? Peg Philips plays a mischievous senior witch. The producer and director is Hal Ryder.

   For information or tickets, call (425) 481-8502.


   Dewey Forrester, Woodinville composer and pianist, will perform at Bellevue Square for the Pacific NW Arts Fair on Saturday, July 24, at 7 p.m. He is also scheduled to perform Sunday, July 25, in the Cost Plus parking lot (across the street from Bellevue Square) at 5 p.m.

Outdoor movies return to Redhook Ale Brewery

   The Redhook Ale Brewery is hosting a six-week outdoor movie benefit series called Redhook Moonlight Cinema at the Woodinville Brewery beginning Tuesday, July 27, and running through Aug. 31. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of movie tickets will go to Washington's National Park Fund. Movies will be shown in the Redhook Bowl, a grassy meadow located at the brewery's entrance.

   The series kicks off with the Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Jack Lemon classic, Some Like It Hot (July 27), followed by Bull Durham (Aug. 3), Saturday Night Fever (Aug. 10), Happy Gilmore (Aug. 17), Mission: Impossible (Aug. 24), and Fargo (Aug. 31).

   Gates open at 5 p.m. with the films beginnng at dusk. Entry price is $3 and includes a souvenir Redhook Mt. Rainier logo cup for viewers 21 years or over. Moviegoers are invited to arrive early and bring a picnic, or purchase grilled hot dogs, chips, popcorn, sodas, or Redhook ales. Live music, games, and prizes will also be featured.

Guarneri Underground to play in park

   The 1999 Summer Concert Series continues with a performance by the Guarneri Underground, Thursday, July 22, at noon in DeYoung Park in downtown Woodinville. The lunchtime concert is free and open to the public. DeYoung Park is located at 13680 NE 175th Street in Woodinville, directly across from Molbak's. These free concerts are sponsored by Dennis & Deborah DeYoung & Woodinville Parks & Recreation.

   The Summer Concert Series in DeYoung Park continues every Thursday through July and August. The Wilmot Park Summer Concert Series begins Sunday, August 1, at 6 p.m. and continues every Sunday in August. Concert brochures are available at local libraries and at City Hall. Call 425-489-2700 for more information.

Race, show tickets on sale

   SEAFAIR is celebrating its 50th anniversary this summer, and tickets for the General Motors Cup at SEAFAIR and US WEST Air Show at SEAFAIR are available at participating Western Washington BP Stations, as well as through Ticketmaster, (206) 628-0888. The shores of Lake Washington are a great place to see the General Motors Cup and the US WEST Air Show. Save $10 when you purchase a two-day General Admission ticket at participating BP Stations. You can also catch the event from the Captain's Club Viewing Pavilion by calling (206) 728-0123, ext. 120. Pit Passes and Pit Tours are available for purchase at the gate. Call (206) 728-0123 or visit