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Katie Woodzick Takes A Final Bow on Whidbey Island

A performer, a master networker and an innovator (who now uses the singular “they” pronoun)—Katie Woodzick has created a space for themself* in the Whidbey community that will certainly leave an impression long after they’ve moved on to their next adventure.

Katie Woodzick: The Farewell Concert

Well-known local actor Katie Woodzick is moving to Boulder, CO in August to start studies at Naropa University’s MFA program in Contemporary Performance! And Katie wants to bring one last musical theatre performance to the Whidbey community before departing. Mark your calendars to attend at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 23 at Whidbey Children’s Theater in Langley. The performance will be accompanied by Eric […]

In Their Own Words: Burlesque Performers Tell Tales of Transformation

On Friday, June 24, the Wild Island Performers graced the stage at Bayview Hall in Langley, presenting a show in the fashion of an American Burlesque show from the 1920s.

First Date: Seattle Fringe Theatre Comes to Whidbey

Clayton Weller has produced over 700 shows at The Pocket Theater in Greenwood. An actor and sketch comedy performer, Weller saw the need in Seattle for low-cost performance spaces where first time producers could get experience.

WICA Presents: The 39 Steps, Feb. 12 – 27

February 10, 2016 The 39 Steps, running Friday, Feb. 12 through Saturday, Feb. 27, is a comedic thriller adapted by Patrick Barlow and directed by Deana Duncan. Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python, and you have The 39 Steps, a fast-paced whodunit for anyone who loves […]

Behind the Scenes || ‘The Addams Family: A Musical’

On Friday, Dec.4, we opened “The Addams Family: A Musical” at Whidbey Island Center for the Arts. During tech week, I snapped some photos backstage and in the dressing rooms.

Beyond the Crypt: Lani Brockman Directs ‘The Addams Family: A Musical’

“The Addams Family: A Musical” opens Friday, Dec. 4 at Whidbey Island Center for the Arts and runs through Sunday, Dec. 19. For more info and tickets, go to

Real Meals Whidbey: Rio Rayne Brings Whidbey’s Bounty to your Doorstep

It all started with pancakes.

As a little girl, Rio Rayne would watch eagerly as her mother made yeast pancakes on the weekends. After adding the yeast, the batter had to sit before frying the pancakes in butter.

We’d Like to Thank the Academy: Susannah Rose Woods and Suzanne Kelman Advance to the Final Round of the Nicholl Fellowships

Susannah Rose Woods and Suzanne Kelman first met through creative endeavors at Whidbey Children’s Theater. Kelman had just finished work on Thoroughly Modern Millie, and Woods was about to begin directing productions of Into the Woods.

The 2nd Annual Queer Pride Parade is over… and all we got were these photos

And then there were two. The 2nd Annual Queer Pride Parade on Whidbey happened under sunny skies in Langley on Sunday Aug. 2.