Delve into the complexities of human interaction

By Winter Dorval - Staff Reporter



Explore the psyche and hol- iday happenings with local events.

• An all-female cast brings the Bard's legacy to the stage this week.

This show will be presented by The Fern Shakespeare Com- pany at the Slate Theater.

Much Ado About Nothing

tells the comedic story of two people fated to be together.

The catch is that they are entirely clueless to this fact that everyone else knows.

The show will run from Oct. 25 to Nov. 11, Thursdays to Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., and Sun- days at 6:30 p.m.

The Slate Theater's address is 815 Seattle Blvd. S., Seattle.

Tickets will be $10.

For more information visit fernshakespeare.com/2018-sea- son/.

• Brainpeople explores human emotion and unresolved trauma with three women. This show will be at the Theatre Off Jackson in Seattle.
This psychological show tells about three women who are all

struggling.
One has dissociative identity

disorder, another has a big mistrust of other people, and the last is grieving the loss of her parents.

When an armored limousine delivers them to a feast, the characters learn about them- selves and each other.

It was written by Jose Rivera and published in 2008.

The show will run Thursday to Saturdays from Oct. 25 to

Nov. 3 at 8 p.m.
The address is 409 7 Ave. S.,

Seattle.
Tickets will be $12.50 per

person.
For more information

visit theatreoffjackson.org/ event/4698/brainpeople/.

• Jump and laugh your way through the night with Camp- fire: Improvised Ghost Stories.

It will be at Unexpected Productions in Seattle this week- end.

During the show, members of Improv Anonymous will collect stories from audience members.

They then incorporate the information into scary or funny ghost stories.

Improvised Ghosts Stories has been successfully re-ocurring for over a decade.

The show will be on Thurs- days, through Oct. 25, at 8:30 p.m.

The address is 1428 Post Al- ley, Seattle.

Tickets are $10 for general admissions, and $8 for students, seniors, and active military.

For more information and to purchase tickets visit unexpectedproductions.org/shows/.

• Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike explore sibling rivalry next month.

This show will be at The Theatre On The Square in Tacoma.

It is running from Nov. 9 to 25.

When the oldest of three siblings moves back home with her two younger siblings, after travelling the world with her boyfriend, the siblings are forced to confront their past disagreements and grievances.

This show written by Christopher Durang was published in 2013.

Showtimes are Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., with matinees on Sundays at 3 p.m.

The address is 915 Broadway, Tacoma.

Tickets range from $19 to $42.

For more information or to purchase tickets visit www. broadwaycenter.org/.

• Get spooky by the bay with Fear on the Pier on Oct. 27.

This event will be held at the Highline Marine Science and Technology Center Aquarium at Redondo.

It will feature assembling marine skeletons, fish parasites, and underwater pumpkin carv- ing.

Fear on the Pier is free to the public, and will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The address is 28203 Redon- do beach Dr. S., Des Moines.

For more information visit www.facebook.com/ events/295935691203844/.

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If you want to join a club at Highline but have questions, visit the Club Fair next Tuesday. The fair will take place in the Mt. Constance room in Building 8. The fair will occur from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on Jan. 23, and will have representatives from many of the clubs on campus.

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Students who are planning on transferring to a four-year school but need help with their personal statement essay can attend a seminar on Thursday, Feb. 1. The event will take place in the MESA Center in Building 25 from 12:15-1:15 p.m. Students who want their portfolios reviewed by a representative from surrounding colleges will have that opportunity on Thursday, Feb. 8. The event will take place in the Mt. Constance room from 1:30-4 p.m. Students must register by Jan. 25. You can register in Building 6 in the Transfer Center, or online at bit.ly/tprd-wtr18.

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