There's a lot going on this weekend that you don't want to miss out. Here is what Nancy Guppy has to tell us:
Two theatre festivals are opening in July:
Intiman Theatre presents four plays that will run in rotation: Romeo and Juliet , Hedda Gabler , Dirty Story , and Miracle , all performed by an ensemble of 17 local actors. July 5th thru August 26th. www.intiman.org
ACT presents the Pinter Festival featuring a slate of plays written by the late great Nobel Prize winning playwright, Harold Pinter; The Dumb Waiter , Celebration , No Mans Land , and Old Times . Like Intiman, all four plays will be performed by an ensemble cast. Runs July 20th thru August 26th. http://www.acttheatre.org/Tickets/OnStage/ThePinterFestival2012
Bellevue Arts Museum presents a beautiful show, Bold Expressions: African American Quilts from the Collection of Corrine Riley, running now thru October 7th. www.bellevuearts.org
The Capitol Hill Block Party takes over the Pike/Pine Corridor for 3 days in July. Lots of great local talent in the mix including Allen Stone, Fly Moon Royalty, Kris Orlowski, and Pony Time.
Runs July 20-22.http://capitolhillblockparty.com/
Between Heaven and Hell: Underground, Alternative and Urban Artists Take on Comics, Superheroes and Super-villains runs two nights this summer-- during the Greenwood Gallery Walk--at Urban Light Studios. This group exhibit will feature 100 of the best alternative artists from around the globe. Friday, July 13th and August 10th8537 Greenwood Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98103http://urbanlightstudios.com/