Bill’s List — April 2020

Happy Spring! In this month’s list Producing Artistic Director Bill Berry recommends eating your produce seasonally and enjoying the best of our local flora and fauna (while practicing smart and safe social distancing, of course). Do you have any Spring traditions? Let us know in the comments! Healthcare Professionals, Grocery Store Employees, and Restaurant/Takeout Food

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The Arts Light Up the Future of Downtown Seattle

With “Shelter in Place” in effect around Washington State and schools effectively closed until the start of the new school year in the fall, there are many businesses that are all but closed. There are some businesses whose staff can work remotely, but there are many who cannot. In addition to our artists, technicians, and

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From the Costume Shop: Shannin Strom Henry's Favorite Costume Moments at The 5th

Shannin Strom Henry is The 5th’s incredible Costume & Wardrobe Director! We asked her to share her top ten favorite costume moments that have graced our stage over the years. How many of these looks have you seen? Let us know in the comments! 1. The Christmas dress worn by Jerick Hoffer (Jinkx Monsoon) as

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Songs of Joy—Favorite Musical Theater Songs from The 5th’s Admin Staff

Though it’s usually near impossible to choose just one, we were able to cobble together a list of our administrative staff’s favorite musical theater songs for your listening pleasure! The list spans everything from Hello Dolly to Legally Blonde, and even a musical local to Seattle—Lizard Boy by Justin Huertas. We hope you enjoy listening

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Bill’s List — February 2020

Our favorite not-influencer (but totally an influencer) Bill Berry is back with another list of things he’s been totally obsessing over this month. You already know that he LOVES food and LOVES all things sci-fi, the latter of which UNsurprisingly appears in this month’s roundup! Conversation hearts “I wait all year to eat conversation heart

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