Northwest NEWS

May 6, 2002

Entertainment

Redwood Theatre closes season with a physical comedy farce

* Currently on stage at Redwood Theatre is John Bishop's entertaining production of "The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940."
  

Zoo's Butterflies & Blooms exhibition reopening May 17

*Butterfly enthusiasts and novices can once again visit Woodland Park Zoo's seasonal Butterflies & Blooms. Back for its fifth year, the special exhibition opens May 17 and runs through Sept. 30 from10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
  

Exciting slate of performers at International Children's Festival

*The Seattle International Children's Festival is alive and going strong in its 16th year of presenting a celebration of world cultures through the performing arts.
  

Dance Team Clinic to prepare kids for parade

*The Cedarcrest High School Dance Team is sponsoring a clinic on Saturday, May 11, from 10:30 a.m. to noon, for children ages 6-12 to learn a Duvall Days performance dance.
  

'The Ladies Attitude' to open at Duvall gallery

*"The Ladies Attitude," a show by four women speaking out on self-perception, power and positioning, will open on Mother's Day, May 12, at Gardens & SunSpaces Gallery in Duvall.