Northwest NEWS

May 7, 2001

Entertainment

Local pooch hears the roar of the crowd, smells the greasepaint

*He'll do anything for a cookie, including jumping through tires, running through chutes, playing on a teeter-totter, barrel racing, dancing, spinning, flipping and a whole array of other amazing stunts.
  

Monroe High School presents rock musical

*The Monroe High School drama department will present the rock musical, "Godspell" May 10-12 and May 17-19 at 7:30 p.m. in the Monroe High School Performing Arts Center.
  

Dinner Theatre, Old-Time Radio Show

*Woodinville Repertory Theatre will present a fund-raising evening of entertainment at 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 12, at the Holly Hills Clubhouse.
  

ACT's 'Big Love' is a wild romp into battle of the sexes

*A Contemporary Theatre's 2001 mainstage season recently opened with the Northwest premiere of Charles L. Mee's wild battle of the sexes, "Big Love."
  

Kay Barnes exhibit opens May 11

*Northshore artist Kay Barnes opens an exhibit of her works at Kaewyn Gallery in downtown Bothell on Friday, May 11, with a public reception from 5 to 8 p.m.
  

'My Old Friends' to open May 11

*The Forever Young Players will open their 7th season with the rollicking dessert musical, "My Old Friends."
  

Off the Wall Theatre presents 'Damn Yankees'

*Monroe's Off the Wall Theatre is presenting the delightful musical comedy Damn Yankees, about a man so crazy about baseball he makes a deal with the devil for a chance to help his favorite team beat the Yankees and win the Pennant.