Cursive

It’s already been 16 months since Cursive’s last album, I Am Gemini, was released on Saddle Creek Records. While the album didn’t necessarily perform as well as it could have, the dedication frontman Tim Kasher gave to the project was admirable on its own. Since then, Kasher and the rest of the boys have been busy doing what they do best: playing shows. And, wow, they’ve played a lot of shows in their hometown of...

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Pick: Cave Singers & Mount Moriah

June 21
The Cave Singers w/ Mount Moriah and Jesse Sykes
The Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St.
9 p.m., $13, onepercentproductions.com

Seattle's the Cave Singers just released their fourth album, Naomi, earlier this year, continued to craft a moodier, groovier vibe onto their indie folk-rock style. The band seem reinvigorated working with producer Phil Ek, expanding their sound without losing that sense of...

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Pick: Cayucas

June 25
Cayucas w/ JBM
The Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St.
9 p.m., $10, onepercentproductions.com

Cayucas craft the sort of indie pop that's built for the summer. The Santa Monica, Calif.-based band formed as the solo project of songwriter Zach Yudin in 2011 under the name Oregon Bike Trails. Once Yudin began recruiting a backing band, he changed the name to Cayucas and
by 2012, the band had signed to...

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The Rose’s Guehring Receives National Honor

Awards season has begun early thanks to The Rose Theater’s Director of Education and Playwright-in-residence Brian Guehring. Guehring has been awarded the 2013 Lin Wright Special Recognition Citation by the American Alliance for Theater and Education (or AATE).

The AATE has announced Guehring will receive its highest honor for his work founding and directing the Pride Players as well as his work at The Rose...

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Pick: Survival/Shaabwiiwin & RATSS

June 20

Survival/Shaabwiiwin & RATSS

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

12 and Leavenworth

6-9 p.m. Artist Talk, 7 p.m.

bemiscenter.org

 

The Bemis Center continues its Third Thursday of the month series of summer art openings featuring two artists who specialize in 3D and new media. Gina Adams, a 2012 Bemis Juried Exhibition winner, focuses on her mixed heritage of Ojibwa and Lakota, Lithuanian and...

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Shakespeare in Seuss-Punk Style

Don’t expect your father’s Twelfth Night in Elmwood Park this weekend. You may have seen Sarah Carlson-Brown before in Shakespearean comedy, but not like this. When her Olivia falls in love she breaks into “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen.

And she’s costumed like Lady Gaga. That’s how director Anthony Clark-Kaczmarek, in his Nebraska Shakespeare on the Green debut, converts Elizabethan romance into an...

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