“Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda hopes to increase diversity on Broadway and in theaters across the country with a new initiative announced Thursday.
After an accident that nearly takes her life and destroys her career, stage magician Tempest Raj leaves Las Vegas for her hometown in California.
Harvard University will offer a Tagalog language course, which is reportedly the fourth most spoken language in the country, beginning the academic year 2023-2024.
Ming-Ming Tung-Edelman was announced as one of 11 winners of the 2023 Green Globe Award—King County’s highest honor for environmental stewardship.
Summer is here, bringing all the fun that comes with months of warm weather and hours of daylight.
Seattle director Desdemona Chiang’s credits include many stage plays, stage musicals, and she’d helmed one opera before heading into “Bound,” at Seattle Opera.
An award-winning Hong Kong journalist won an appeal Monday quashing a conviction related to research for an investigative documentary, in a rare court ruling upholding media freedom in the Chinese territory.
The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) announced the winners of its second annual Washington Tracking Network (WTN) Youth Science Contest.
Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. In this issue, we take a look at two golf prodigies named Zhang and three Chinese tennis players do something no pro from China has done since 1937.
It started with a headache. But by that evening, Emma Nakamoto had a whirling dizziness, fainting spells, and a liquid in her nose and throat that resembled “split pea soup.”