Arts & Events

Film version of Ender’s Game brings book to life

By KATHRYN STUTZ   There is a long-standing tradition among science fiction writers of predicting the future. Everything about the film Ender’s Game feels seamlessly futuristic in the image of the modern: children do their homework and play games on tablet computers, and the world is connected on an information network called the net where people can hide their identities. Communication is instantaneous, change is rapid and we are forced to grow up fast to accommodate. And yet, this is a faithful adaptation of a book which was first published...
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Double Shot Show at the Broadway

By KATHRYN STUTZ Twenty-four hours to create, 70 minutes to perform: Tacoma’s own rapid theatre phenomenon, Double Shot, showcases the best local talent in two upcoming free performances. This year’s production of the annual event will also feature Puget Sound student Sophie Schwartz. The Double Shot show will be comprised of seven 10-minute short productions: five plays of various styles, an improvisation piece by local improv group Muh Grog Zoo, and a dance number choreographed and performed by the Barefoot Studios Dance Troupe. “You might get a piece that’s very funny, followed by...
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