With special guest, Sarah Rudinoff
Decades ago, women like Janis Joplin and Carly Simon erupted onto the mainstream rock scene, blowing a hole through the stage wall that generations of women rockers have burst through. This concert is a loud and proud ode to the trailblazing singer-songwriters who weren’t afraid to raise their voices and make a scene: Patti Smith, Joan Jett, Alanis Morissette, Florence Welch, Tina Turner, Debbie Harry, and more groundbreaking artists.
*features certified-ASL interpretation
April 20, 7pm
South Whidbey High School Performing Arts Center, Langley
In support of CADA, Citizens Against Domestic & Sexual Abuse
Known as an actress, writer and singer, Sarah Rudinoff has been making theatrical work in Seattle for over 20 years. Sarah’s solo shows have travelled to NYC, LA, Portland, Hawaii, and Australia. They include: Broad, Go There, The Last State and her latest solo work NowNowNow, which premiered in 2016 at On the Boards. As an actress, she has performed roles in every major theatre, most recently playing Rosie in Mamma Mia at the 5th Avenue, Lisa Kron in Well at the Seattle Rep and garnering a Best Supporting Actress Gregory Award for Smitty in the 5th Avenue’s production of How to Succeed in Business. Sarah has sung and performed cabaret at venues all over the country including; The Triple Door, Showbox, Re-bar, Town Hall and Vito’s in Seattle, Les Deux Café in LA and Joe’s Pub in NYC. She has also sung the National Anthem for the Seattle Seahawks. With collaborators Gretta Harley and Elizabeth Kenny, Rudinoff co-created and starred in These Streets at ACT Theatre, about women musicians of Seattle’s “grunge” years. Sarah has a Stranger Genius Award in theater and was included in the book and PBS Special, Seattle 100-Portrait of a City chronicling Seattleites who drive culture in the city.