By Zita LamIn February, ACT Theatre announced it would offer the Figaro MobiTxt® Closed Captioning System in order to make necessary strides in accessibility...

Katya Kabanova When: Through March 11 Time: 2pm/7:30pm Where: McCaw Hall Info: https://seattleopera.org Written and composed by Leoš Janáček, Katya Kabanova tells the story about a small-town girl Katya...

By Zita LamFollowing the successful opening production of “SHOT” , Spectrum Dance Theater brought back the Rambunctious Series premiering another dance feature called Rambunctious...

By Zita LamOne of the Pacific Northwest’s own voices, Ambient-folk artist, Brenda Xu’s fourth album “Overflow” has already been featured in several publications before...

By Sundeep JainTwenty six years after the initial release of Disney’s classic fairy tale, Beauty and the Beast, Disney is bringing back to life...

By Zita Lam Decades after Jackie Chan’s classic “Rush Hour” series, it is undeniable that film makers never lose interests basing their movies in Asian...

By Zita LamIt is no secret that La La Land is so far the academy’s biggest winner this year. After collecting seven awards from...

Well When: Feb 15 - March 5 Time: 2pm/7:30pm Where: Seattle Repertory Theatre Info: https://www.seattlerep.org Written by Tony-winning playwright Lisa Kron, “Well” premiered Off-Broadway in 2004. It tells Kron’s...

By Zita Lam Launched in August 2016, HBO Asian Pacific American Visionaries (APA Visionaries) is a short film competition dedicated to showcasing emerging APA directors...

By Zita LamWhere the “steam heat” goes, there’s a tale yet to be told. Set in the 1950s at the Sleep Tite Pajama factory,...