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Diamond Jims: Don Kellogg Nov. 15-16 at 1616 S. 325th St. Call 838-1440.
Jakes Ales: Kahler Nov. 16 at 2318 S.W. 336th St. Smoke-free. Call 927-1288.
Jazzbones: The Dusty 45s, The Donettes Nov. 15. Guarneri Underground Nov. 16 at 2803 Sixth Ave., Tacoma. Call (253) 396-9169.
Johnnys at Fife: Larry Hill on Sundays at 5211 20th St. E., Fife. Call (253) 922-6686.
Muckleshoot Casino: Alexs Body & Soul Nov. 15-16. Intermundo Nov. 17 at 2402 Auburn Way S. Call 1-800-804-4944.
Novos Restaurant & Lounge: The Remnants Nov. 15-16 at 1941 Marine View Drive. Call (253) 573-1278.
PJ Pockets: Moxie Nov. 14-16 in Ross Plaza. Call (253) 839-9922.
Saltys at Redondo: Paul Kroeger weekends. Jazz with Susan Pascal Nov. 18 at 28201 Redondo Beach Drive S. Call 946-0636.
The Fabulous Firwood: Skid Row Nov. 15. The Boinkers Nov. 16 at 8014 Valley Ave. E. in Puyallup. Call (253) 926-0476.
The Swiss: 80 Something Nov. 15. Dr. Funk Nov. 16 at 1904 S. Jefferson, Tacoma. Call (253) 572-2821.
IN FEDERAL WAY
Little Women: Adapted from the book by Louisa May Alcott, Centerstage Theatre presents this classic story of the March family, and the relationships between the four sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, as they endure the hardships imposed on them by the Civil War. Performances run through Nov. 24 at the Knutzen Family Theatre, 3200 S.W. Dash Point Road. Showtimes are 8 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays; at 2 p.m. Sundays; and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 20. Tickets are $20-$16. Call 661-1444.
Lost in Yonkers: Federal Way High School Drama Department performs Neil Simons Pulitzer Prize-winning play Lost in Yonkers at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 14, 15 and 16 in the Little Theater at 30611 16th Ave. S. Set in 1942, dad Eddie (Stephen Scheide) deposits his two teenage sons Jay (Stefan Ducich) and Arty (Josh Conklin) at his elderly mothers (Janine Bailey) doorstep as he goes on an extended sales trip. The comedy tells the story of how the boys must cope with an eccentric group of relatives: Bella (Tonya Warner) who has a secret romance, Louie (Ben Garman) who has connections with the mob, and Aunt Gert (Kathleen Vickers) emotionally scarred from childhood. Tickets are $5 adults, $4 students. Call 945-5400.
Joy to the World: Federal Way Coalition of the Performing Arts presents Joy to the World, a community concert featuring a sampling of eight Federal Way performing groups presenting selections from upcoming holiday concerts. Showtime for Aria Dance Company, Centerstage Theatre, Federal Way Chorale, Federal Way Symphony, Harmony Kings, Jet Cities Chorus, Puget Sound Musical Theatre and Showstoppers Dance Company begins at 2 p.m. Nov. 24 in the Decatur High School gymnasium, 2800 S.W. 320th St. Tickets are $5 at the door, free for children under age 12 with an adult. Call 839-4389.
SOUTH KING COUNTY
Soap Bubble: Breeders Theatre, co-produced with Renton Civic Theater and Japan Thai Restaurant, presents Soap Bubble at 8 p.m. Nov. 15-16 at Renton Civic Theater, 507 S. Third St., Renton. Written and directed by T.M. Sell, the play is about a soap opera, The Hard & The Heavenly, and what happens when a dedicated viewer begins controlling the show. Brynne Garman of Federal Way is featured in the comedy. Tickets are $30, includes dinner next door at Japan Thai Restaurant at 6 p.m.; and $15 show only. Tickets, call (425) 226-5529.
The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomens Guild Dramatic Society Production of A Christmas Carol: The guild launches an attack on the classics with their stage version of A Christmas Carol in this Valley Community Players production. The comedy runs Nov. 15-Dec. 8 at Carco Theatre, 231 1/2 Main Ave. S., Renton. Tickets are $11-$13. Call (425) 226-5190.
Fiddler on the Roof: Hear If I Were A Rich Man, Sunrise, Sunset and more musical highlights in Auburn Avenue Theatres production of Fiddler on the Roof. Shows run through Nov. 23 at 10 Auburn Ave., Auburn. Tickets are $16.85-$35.95. Call 833-5678.
The Curious Savage: Theatre Extempor» a Green River Community College professional theater company, presents The Curious Savage, a comedy by John Patrick in the Performing Arts Building on campus at 12401 S.E. 320th St. The production runs Nov. 29-Dec. 1 and Dec. 6-8. Tickets are $6-$8. Call (253) 833-9111, Ext. 2400.
Pantomime: To bring business to his West Indies inn, Englishman and retired actor Harry Trewe and his houseman develop a two-man production of Robinson Crusoe in Pantomime presented by the Tacoma Actors Guild. The production runs through Nov. 17 at 915 Broadway. Tickets are $12.50-$28. For tickets, (253) 272-2145.
South Pacific: Rodgers and Hammersteins South Pacific, a tale of wartime romance featuring songs Some Enchanted Evening and Bali Hai, comes to Pantages Theater. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. tonight. Tickets are $18-$57. Call (253) 591-5894.
Cold: The Museum of Glass International Center for Contemporary Art presents Cold, based on the short story by A.S. Byatt, adapted and directed by Sheila Daniels. Cold is the story of Princess Fiammarosa, who thrives on snow and ice, and Prince Sasan, who courts her with gifts of glass that he has blown from the sands of his desert home. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 15-Jan. 4. Tickets are $12-$15. Call (253) 284-4747.
Cinderella: In honor of the Rodgers and Hammerstein Organizations 50th anniversary this year, Tacoma Little Theatre presents the musical Cinderella. The fairytale runs Nov. 15-Dec. 14 at 210 N. I St., Tacoma. For tickets, call (253) 272-2281.
Tacoma Your Artists Orchestra: Dale Johnson conducts the season-opening concert at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 16 in the Rialto Theater, downtown Tacoma. On the program, Malcolm Arnolds Four Scottish Dances, Trauermusik, and Symphonic Dances. Balcony seating is $9, main floor seating by donation. Call (253) 627-2792.
Best of Hollywood: Tacoma Musical Playhouse presents Best of Hollywood Ñ A Tribute to Movie Musicals Nov. 22-24 at Narrows Theatre, 7116 Sixth Ave. The show includes hits from movie musicals, such as West Side Story, Mary Poppins, and Thoroughly Modern Millie. Tickets are $18. Call (253) 565-6867.
Yesterday Ñ A Tribute to the Beatles: Four young lads, touring the world as the Beatles, take you on a magical mystery tour during a Beatles tribute at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 23 at Pantages Theater in downtown Tacoma. Tickets are $12.75-$36. Call (253) 591-5894.
Tacoma Philharmonic: Grammy Award-winning pianist Yefim Bronfman joins the Seattle Symphony at the Tacoma Philharmonic concert at 3 p.m. Nov. 24, Pantages Theater, 901 Broadway. Tickets are $25-$55. Call (253) 272-0809.
Light Up The Sky: Seattle Repertory Theatre presents Moss Harts Light Up The Sky, which follows the comical behind-the-scenes antics of a group of New York theater artisans attending the opening of their new play in Boston. Light Up The Sky runs Nov. 18-Dec. 15 in the Bagley Wright Theatre, 155 Mercer St. Tickets are $15-$46. Call (206) 443-2222.
David Copperfield Portal: Illusionist David Copperfield comes to the The Paramount Theatre with his new show Portal on Nov. 15-17. Tickets are $19-$53. Call (206) 292-ARTS.
Rainier String Quartet: The resident quartet of the New Hampshire Music Festival performs at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at ArtsWest, 4711 California Ave. S.W., West Seattle. Tickets are $10-$20. Call (206) 938-0339.
Pangeo: Greek folk music at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 15 at ArtsWest, 4711 California Ave. S.W., West Seattle. Tickets are $10-$20. Call (206) 938-0339.
The Full Monty: This Tony Award-nominated Broadway musical comedy runs Nov. 19-Dec. 8 at The 5th Avenue Theatre, downtown Seattle. Tickets are $15-$58. Call (206) 292-ARTS.
Princess on Prozac: Cabaret at the Crepe de Paris presents Princess on Prozac through Nov. 23. Tickets are $18 show only, $45 for dinner and show. The restaurant is on the second level of Rainier Square, 1333 Fifth Ave., downtown Seattle. Reservations, call (206) 623-4111.
Marian Anderson String Quartet: The first African-American ensemble to win a classical competition will debut in Seattle at 8 p.m. Nov. 26 at Meany Theater on the University of Washington campus in Seattle. Tickets are $30. Call (206) 543-4880.