From Oscar-bait cine “1917” to a touring assembly of the Broadway awakening of “Fiddler on the Roof,” our Seattle Times arts writers bowl on abutting month’s best buzzworthy arts and ball events.
Sam Mendes’ Apple War I battlefield drama, advance in absolute time, lets us chase two adolescent soldiers (played by George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman) on a alarming mission beyond No Man’s Land. It’s filmed, by the allegorical cinematographer Roger Deakins, in what appears to be one breathtaking, ceaseless two-hour booty — it wasn’t, of course, but the aftereffect adds to the asthmatic appulse of the film. Mendes has announced of how “1917” was aggressive by belief told by his grandfather, a Apple War I veteran; it’s a cine both all-inclusive and beautifully intimate. “1917” clearly opened in New York and Los Angeles on Christmas Day, so it’s acceptable for the 2020 Oscars, but we in Seattle accept to delay for a brace of added weeks.
Opens Jan. 10 at theaters to be determined; fandango.com
“Fiddler on the Roof”
This is a awakening of the acclaimed agreeable about Tevye the Dairyman and his attempt in turn-of-the-century Russia to advance Jewish attitude (“trad-DITION!” as the acclaimed song goes) admitting advancing influences, including the abandon of pogroms. This “Fiddler” is a touring adaptation of the Broadway appearance directed in 2015 by Bartlett Sher. Sher, as you ability recall, was already aesthetic administrator of Intiman Theatre and has been shepherding archetypal musicals aback to activity (“South Pacific,” “The King and I,” “My Fair Lady”) and acceptable awards (Drama Desk, Tony, Outer Critics Circle) for his efforts. His best recent, much-celebrated activity has been a Broadway run of “To Kill a Mockingbird,” acclimatized by Aaron Sorkin.
Jan. 14-19; Paramount Theatre, 911 E. Pine St., Seattle; admission prices alter but are currently active amid $45 and $200; 206-682-1414, stgpresents.org
Seattle Opera presents “Eugene Onegin”
Infatuation, jealousy, heartbreak, a baleful bound and a accomplished lot of admirable Tchaikovsky: It’s all there in this assembly of “Eugene Onegin,” ahead accepted in “Opera News” for its awe-inspiring apparel and affected backdrop that “conveyed the continental affluence of the country’s affluent elite in nineteenth-century Russia.” Conductor Aleksandar Markovic makes his Seattle Opera debut, with administration by Tomer Zvulun; John Moore and Michael Adams alternating in the appellation role, with Marjukka Tepponen and Marina Costa-Jackson as Tatyana.
This advancing rapper is starting his “Lost Boy In America” bout in Seattle. At aloof 22 years old, Cordae has collaborated with established rappers like Chance the Rapper, Anderson Paak and Logic, to name a few. His admission flat album, “The Lost Boy,” was accustomed absolutely by critics and is nominated for a Grammy for Best Rap Album. Snag tickets to see the rapper at a abate area afore he starts authoritative his way into stadiums.
This promising-sounding show, curated by artisan and academic Berette Macaulay, shines a ablaze on female-identifying photographers of the Black diaspora, including Nadia Alexis, Zoraida Lopez, Abigail Hadeed and others. In a description of her alum assignment in cultural studies at the University of Washington, which helps acquaint “Passages,” Macaulay wrote that her analysis maps absolute announcement of appearance amid Westernized Black cultures advance about the world: “This activity is a collective-memory ethnography documenting articulate soundings, facial expressions, and banal gestures as vocabularies common to my homelands of Jamaica and Sierra Leone.” Sounds fascinating. This exhibition is one in a accumulation of affiliated contest involving the account MFON: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora, Frye Art Museum and Jacob Lawrence Gallery.
Think “Big Love,” but with a adverse twist. In bounded bestselling columnist Fisher’s new anxiety novel, “The Wives,” the narrator is one of three wives — and isn’t accustomed to accommodated the added two. She’ll allege in chat with accession bounded bestselling author, Andrea Dunlop (“We Came Actuality To Forget”).
6 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 4; Third Abode Books at Lake Forest Park, 17171 Bothell Way N.E., Lake Forest Park; free; 206-366-3333, thirdplacebooks.com
Shawn Wong and Tara Fickle
As allotment of the ceremony of the 2020 Modern Language Association’s ceremony assemblage (to be captivated in Seattle Jan. 9-12), columnist and University of Washington assistant Shawn Wong will allege about the 1974 advertisement of “Aiiieeeee! An Anthology of Asian American Writers,” for which he was one of four aboriginal editors; its third copy is anew out. He’ll be abutting by University of Oregon assistant Fickle, who wrote a new exordium for the third edition.
7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 9; Elliott Bay Book Co., 1521 10th Ave., Seattle; free; 206-624-6600, elliottbaybook.com
This one sounds potentially adorable: Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Nguyen (“The Sympathizer”) is abutting by his 5-year-old son to altercate the children’s book they wrote together, “Chicken of the Sea,” illustrated by Thi Bui and 13-year-old artisan Hien Bui-Stafford.
2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11; Elliott Bay Book Co., 1521 10th Ave., Seattle; free; 206-624-6600, elliottbaybook.com
Kim Zarins and Candace Robb
Two absolute altered writers — YA columnist Zarins and historical-crime biographer Robb — altercate how they, in contempo books, tackled the aforementioned subject: columnist Geoffrey Chaucer. Zarins’ debut, “Sometimes We Tell the Truth,” is a abreast alarm of “The Canterbury Tales”; Robb’s latest, “A Conspiracy of Wolves,” appearance Chaucer as a appearance acceptable medieval sleuth Owen Archer.
4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11; University Book Store, 4326 University Way N.E., Seattle; free; 800-335-7323, ubookstore.com
Pamela Paul and Maria Russo
Paul and Russo, both editors of The New York Times Book Review, afresh collaborated on “How to Raise a Reader,” a book aimed at advancement bodies of all ages to read. They’ll allege with Seattle columnist Maria Semple (“Where’d You Go, Bernadette”); all will allotment thoughts from a lifetime of reading.
Davidson, a announcer and architect of NPR’s “Planet Money” podcast, discusses the 21st-century bread-and-butter archetype in his new book, “The Passion Economy” — an abridgement that, he feels, provides achievement for millions of Americans to advance while accomplishing what they love.
The bestselling columnist of “Girls & Sex” and “Cinderella Ate My Daughter” turns her absorption to boys; she’s in boondocks to altercate her new book, “Boys & Sex: Adolescent Men on Hookups, Love, Porn, Consent, and Navigating the New Masculinity.”
Machado’s article collection, “Her Body and Added Stories,” was a arcane hit of 2018, followed up by her arresting 2019 memoir, “In the Dream House,” in which she recounts — with active ability — a accord that coiled into abuse. As allotment of Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Women You Need To Know series, she’ll altercate her assignment (which additionally includes a contempo DC abhorrence banana and an accessible TV anthology alternation of “Her Body”) and acknowledgment admirers questions.
Land’s active account about activity as a distinct ancestor who bankrupt houses to abutment herself and her daughter, “Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay and a Mother’s Will to Survive,” became a anthology in 2019; now she’s aback in boondocks to bless the new anthology edition.
7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29; Elliott Bay Book Co., 1521 10th Ave., Seattle; free; 206-624-6600, elliottbaybook.com
Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey
Kantor and Twohey, both New York Times reporters, aggregate the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for accessible account advertisement with Ronan Farrow of The New Yorker for their advantage of the ual-abuse allegations adjoin Hollywood ambassador Harvey Weinstein. They’ve absolute that adventure in a new book, “She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Adventure That Helped Ignite a Movement.”
The admired columnist of “The House of the Spirits” and abundant added bestselling novels — and champ of the 2018 Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters by the National Book Foundation — will apprehend from and altercate her latest, “A Long Petal of the Sea” / “Largo pétalo de mar.” The new book is set amid a accumulation of refugees beat Fascist-controlled Spain in the 1930s, on a Chile-bound address accountant by the artisan Pablo Neruda. There will be no book signing, but copies of the book (in both English and Spanish) will be available.
The fifth and aftermost of Beethoven’s battleground piano concertos gets a Seattle Symphony airing with French pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, accepted for his boldness and flamboyance, as soloist. The adolescent Russian ability Maxim Emelyanychev conducts; in accession to the accustomed and admirable Mendelssohn “Italian” Symphony (No. 4), we’ll apprehend a apple premiere: a new apartment from Elena Langer’s 2016 opera “Figaro Gets a Divorce.”
Seattle Symphony presents Itzhak Perlman in Recital
The violin fable is 73 this year, and some contempo reviews may accredit to the afterglow of his career. But it’s a appealing nice twilight: a Boston analyzer afresh accepted “the suave, affected tone, balmy vibrato and congenital activity for agreeable character.” Perlman has been accustomed by three American presidents: In 2015, President Obama bestowed aloft him the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s accomplished noncombatant honor. President Clinton awarded him the National Medal of Arts in 2000 and President Reagan accustomed him with a Medal of Liberty in 1986.
Step aback into the abroad accomplished with this agreeable comedy about Daniel’s battle of Belshazzar — composed eight centuries ago in Beauvais, France, and now staged by early-music ascendancy Anne Azéma. Presented actuality by Early Music Seattle, this assembly by the internationally acclaimed Boston Camerata will additionally affection musicians from the St. Mark’s Cathedral Choir School, beneath the administration of Rebekah Gilmore.
7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 18; Saint Mark’s Cathedral, 1245 10th Ave. E., Seattle; $20-$45; 206-325-7066, earlymusicseattle.org
Midori and Jean-Yves Thibaudet in Recital
Two acknowledged stars on their instruments — violinist Midori and pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet — amalgamate armament at one of the region’s finest chamber-music venues, in an adorable all-Beethoven affairs that celebrates the composer’s 250th birthday. The acoustical arete of this anteroom is aloof the appropriate abode to apprehend all the nuances of the alcove duo.
7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23; Gerlich Amphitheater at Meany Hall, University of Washington, 4040 George Washington Lane N.E., Seattle; $53-$75; 206-543-4880, meanycenter.org
Pacific Northwest Ballet, afterwards flirting a few years ago with a added beat about-face on the accustomed bogie account (Jean-Christophe Maillot’s arbitrary but affective “Cendrillon“), allotment to its better-known acceptable version, choreographed by Kent Stowell and aftermost apparent actuality in 2012. It’s a erect anecdotal ballet with agreeableness to spare, decidedly in its roles for absolute adolescent dancers, its ablaze bubble of blush and animation — created by Martin Pakledinaz (costumes) and Tony Straiges (sets) — and that addictive Prokofiev score.
“Flesh & Blood: Italian Masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum” is Seattle Art Museum’s accepted covering exhibition, with masterworks by Raphael, Titian, El Greco, Artemisia Gentileschi and others. Locally loved, Italian-born choreographers Alice Gosti and Lavinia Vago will ball through the galleries in acknowledgment to the exhibition, bringing their active beef and claret into chat with the bloodiness and adiposity of the approved paintings.
California-based indie-rock bandage Cold War Kids is on bout afterward the absolution of its latest album, “New Age Norms 1.” The bandage has had success on the another and bedrock charts, and its single, “First,” from the 2014 anthology “Hold My Home,” is certified gold in the U.S. and Canada. Bedrock admirers who adulation to ball it out will appetite to bolt one of these Seattle shows.
This electronic-music ambassador is bringing his bass-heavy tunes to WaMu Amphitheater for his “Dangerous Waters” tour. Built-in Sam Vogel, Jauz has remixed songs from accepted artists like Ed Sheeran (“Sing”), Childish Gambino (“3005”) and The Chainsmokers (“Closer” ft. Halsey). Admirers of cyberbanking music won’t appetite to absence this show.
This folk act, spearheaded by singer-songwriter Ben Cooper, toured Europe in November and is about to commence on a North American leg. Cooper appear two projects in 2019 as Radical Face: an EP blue-blooded “Therapy” and an ceremony copy of his aboriginal flat album, “Ghost.” If you’re into music that makes you feel like you’re in an indie movie, this appearance ability be for you.
Last summer, Sound Theatre produced the affective “Citizen: An American Lyric” by Claudia Rankine, which The Seattle Times called “a raw assay of accustomed racism.” Now Sound brings “Reparations” by Kansas-based author Darren Canady, a abstract fiction about a accessory that allows bodies to “harness the ability of their own claret to bethink history” — and ability acquiesce some amends and healing from absolute and abreast traumas. Directed by Jay O’Leary (who brought abundant performances out of her casting for the arduous and flummoxing comedy “B” at Washington Ensemble Theatre).
Jan. 8-Feb. 2; Sound Theatre Company at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, 104 17th Ave. S., Seattle; $5-$75 (sliding scale, $25 suggested); soundtheatrecompany.org
“I accept apparent the approaching and it is ‘Dance Nation.’” So tweeted Washington Post amphitheater analyzer Peter Marks. The play, by Clare Barron (originally from Wenatchee), apropos adolescent teenagers on a ball team, with a high-pressure drillmaster who wants to boss the competition. It is not “Bring It On” or annihilation abroad beautiful — it’s about the absolute abomination and atrocity of actuality 13. Co-directed by Bobbin Ramsey (“The Arsonists,” “The Nether“) and Alyza DelPan-Monley.
Jan. 17-Feb. 3; Washington Ensemble Theatre at 12th Avenue Arts, 1620 12th Ave., Seattle; $15-$25; washingtonensemble.org
Jaha Koo: “Cuckoo”
“Cuckoo” is, nominally, a appearance about Korean history starring one aerialist and three talking rice cookers. Some ability alarm that conceit “quirky.” But at its heart, “Cuckoo” is about alone despair, aggregate anomie and the absinthian animal amount of neoliberal economics. South Korean artisan Koo was built-in in 1984 — a year, his bio notes, “when Koreans could still absorb dreams of a ablaze future” afore “the acceding accomplished on the 21st of November 1997, agreement the country beneath the authoritative ascendancy of the International Monetary Fund.” A analysis in The Irish Times alleged it “a amusing addition to a atramentous appearance of a association beneath astronomic strain.”
Jan. 23-26; On the Boards, 100 W. Roy St., Seattle; $12-$75; 206-217-9886, ontheboards.org
Klara Glosova and Mya Kerner
Two Seattle artists with Eastern European roots, Glosova and Kerner acrylic apparent things but with differing senses of urgency. Glosova’s paintings affection scenes with mammals (mostly human) that accomplish you admiration what’s activity on, like you’ve opened a atypical to a accidental folio area the tiger puts her forepaws on the chair, or the men are arch a log arch while a burghal burns abaft them. (Glosova’s absorption in activity translates to organizing, too — she was the force abaft the NEPO 5K Don’t Run, a miles-long summer art airing catastrophe at Glosova’s Beacon Hill home.) Kerner, on the added hand, makes contemplative, boulder-strewn landscapes area time is abstinent in millennia, not minutes.
For the accomplished bristles years, MadArt has been absolution the accessible booty in ample installations and projects in its South Lake Union home, including “Middle Fork,” the behemothic timberline fabricated of tiny board genitalia by John Grade that is currently blind in the antechamber of Seattle Art Museum. Visitors to “Aperture” will be greeted by massive, pillow-like forms (made with 5,000 pounds of casting plaster). The blow of the display promises to abash aboriginal impressions with altar that attending like one affair but are, in fact, article abroad altogether.
Freelance biographer Melinda Bargreen ([email protected]) contributed to this report.
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