Art Beat: Hunchback of Notre Dame, Music in the Museum, Coffee with the Curator — and more

Live Music

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Saturday, June 8, 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Edmonds Center for the Arts
410 4th Ave. N.
Adults $25, seniors $22, children $15

Under the direction of Dustin Willetts, the Sno-King Community Choral returns to the Edmonds Center for the Arts stage presenting the Hunchback of Notre Dame. This non-profit community chorus brings the beloved music from the Disney film to the ECA stage for two performances Saturday, June 8.

Tickets here.

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Horn player Joshua Paulus, pianist Dr. Li-Tan Hsu and violist Mara Gearman will perform Sunday, June 9 at 6 p.m. at the Cascadia Art Museum in Edmonds.

Music in the Museum

Sunday, June 9, 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Cascadia Art Museum
190 Sunset Ave. S., #E
$12 member, $18 non-member

The Chamber Music Concert series at Cascadia Art Museum in the month of June features three musicians: Horn player Joshua Paulus, violist Mara Geanman and pianist Dr. Li-Tan Hsu. The musicians will perform pieces by composers from the Romantic Period — Schumann, Schubert, Czern and Klughardt. Please note this performance is being held on a Sunday, a departure from previous Saturday performances in this concert series.

Learn more here.

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Sunday Jazz at 190 Sunset – Jake Bergevin with Greg Feingold

Sunday, June 9, 11:30 a.m.- 2 p.m.

190 Sunset
190 Sunset St.
Edmonds – Complimentary for guests of the restaurant

Jake Bergevin, Director of Bands & Department Chair at Edmonds Woodway High School, is leaving an indelible jazz mark on our seaside town with continued recognition for himself and the ensembles he leads. This nationally recognized performer, educator and local jazz idol continues his string of Sundays at this popular brunch destination, 190 Sunset. This week he’s joined by Greg Feingold on string bass.

Greg Feingold with 200 Trio –

Reserve for table for brunch here.

Studio Art
Woodland Reverie Collection, Artist Helen Loggie at Cascadia Art Museum.

LECTURE | Coffee with the Curator

Sunday, June 9,  10 a.m. – noon

Cascadia Art Museum
190 Sunset Ave. S., #E
$10 adults, $7 military & seniors (65+), $25 family (2 adults and up to 3 children under 18)

Cascadia Art Museum Curator David Martin will give an in-depth lecture following a guided tour through the museum’s featured exhibition by Helen Loggie. Loggie, from Bellingham, is known for her landscape etchings with a distinct Northwest look. This exhibit, running until July 30, combines private and public collections in a variety of mediums. The discussion explores the artists behind the work, their personal lives and relationships, and the curator’s perspectives. Coffee and pastries available for enjoyment, after the tour.

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Digital photography by Brandon Lane.

The Interface Between Art and Technology

June through August

McDevitt Youth Art Case
Frances Anderson Center
700 Main St.

The City of Edmonds Arts Commission presents “The Interface Between Art and Technology,” by Edmonds-area students. This exhibit employs media and digital art in its presentation, including video by Mia Herr and Jessica Suiter, graphic design by Leanne Livingstone, and digital photography by Lea Abandonato, Benjamin Cordova, Anna Fjortoft and Brandon Lane. Running from June through August, the display of digital media is made possible through a generous donation from Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation.

Learn more at


Audition Notice – A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder

June 12 and 13, 7 – 10 p.m.

Driftwood Players Annex
200 Dayton St.
By appointment

Driftwood Players will cast A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder by Robert L. Freedman and Steven Lutvak. This 2014 Tony Award-winning musical is Agatha Christie and Gilbert & Sullivan double-dating with Monty Python and Downton Abbey. Prepare your songs and monologues, brush up on your British accent and dust off your dance shoes. Auditions held mid-June for performances this September.

Learn more.

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Women in Jeopardy
by Wendy Macleod

Playing until June 16
7:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday

Phoenix Theater
9673 Firdale Ave.
$25 for adults, $20 for senior/student/military

Divorcées Mary and Jo think their best friend Liz’s new beau, Jackson, is a serial killer. When Jackson announces plans to take Liz’s 19-year-old daughter, Amanda, on a camping expedition, Mary and Jo snap into FBI mode to apprehend the evil ruffian. The wild plot and slapstick antics lead the quirky cast into the red rocks of Southern Utah on a journey that will leave you laughing and prove that nothing is ever as simple as it appears to be.

Read my review here.

Tickets at


The Secret Life of Pets 2 [PG]
Starting Friday, June 7

Friday – Saturday 4, 6:15, 8:30 p.m.
Sunday 3 p.m. captioned, 5:15 p.m.
Monday – Thursday 4, 6:15

Edmonds Theater
415 Main St, Edmonds – $9 general (13-61), $8 seniors (62+), & $7 Matinee/child

This sequel from Universal Pictures continues the story of Max and his pet friends in their secret lives after their owners leave them for work or school each day. Max, the Jack Russell Terrier, is adjusting to life with a new addition to the family. Patton Oswalt, along with Kevin Hart, Harrison Ford, and many other recognizable voices star in this 3D computer-animated film.

— By Royce Napolitino


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