Blow Out: Women Who Rock Opening Concert June 14
Don’t miss the celebration of the opening of Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power at the EMP Museum, Friday, June 14, 2013. The evening includes a These Streets set with music by Gretta Harley, Kim Virant, Fiia McGann, Laura Weller, Bonnie Hammond, Stephanie Wicker Emery, Amy Stolzenbach & Faith Stankovitch, plus much more.
Find out more at: http://www.empmuseum.org/calendar/events/blow-out-women-who-rock-opening-concert.aspx
Seattle Pockets Says “Don’t Miss These Streets”
Blogger KERIDWYN reviews “These Streets” Sunday March 4th performance and says “If you love Seattle, go see this awesome historic rockin’ show.” Read the full review here:
These Streets on NPR’s All Things Considered
“Women Of Grunge Reclaim Rock History In ‘These Streets,” by Marcie Sillman, explores how the concept for These Streets was conceived, and interviews artists from the era. National Public Radio featured the piece on “All Things Considered” Tuesday, February 26.
The Sunbreak Reviews These Streets
In The Sunbreak’s review of These Streets titled “Home-Grown Rock Musical ‘These Streets’ Gets it Right,” Michael van Baker writes: “What’s perhaps most appealing about the show is its truthfulness, its grounded nature, and the interplay between the past and present.” Read the rest of the review at The Sunbreak:
KIRO’s Seattle Sounds Features These Streets
KIRO’s Josh Kerns presents “New play remembers the women of the Seattle grunge scene”. Listen to the piece on MyNorthwest.com.
Seattle Times NW Friday Feature Story
Misha Berson‘s piece “These Streets: the story of women who rocked Seattle in the ’90s” Streets appeared as a cover feature in the NW Friday section of the Seattle Times (Section B).
Read it online at http://seattletimes.com
A conversation with Seattle Star
Seattle Star’s José Amador shares his conversation with These Streets creators Gretta Harley and Sarah Rudinoff in “Gender Rocked: A Conversation With The Women Behind These Streets”
KUOW’s Marcie Sillman tells the tale of These Streets
“New Life For Restored Memories From Seattle’s Female Rockers,” by Marcie Sillman, tells the story of how the concept for These Streets was conceived and what’s it’s evolved into. Listen the the piece on KUOW:
Sarah & Gretta perform “These Streets” on King 5
King 5’s New Day Northwest hosted These Streets creators Sarah Rudinoff & Gretta Harley. The piece includes a live performs of their original song “These Streets,” and an interview with host Margaret Larson. Watch the video on King 5:
Stranger’s Homosexual Agenda – “The Rudinoff Rises, Grunge-ishly”
A delightful and hilarious write-up about Sarah and the show in The Stranger‘s Homosexual Agenda. “Now, you will want to ask your grandparents about a little thing that happened in the Ancient Way-Before Times called ‘grunge.'”
These Streets Behind the Scenes with Art Zone on Seattle Channel
Art Zone with Nancy Guppy goes behind the scenes with These Streets during one of their rehearsals. The 2/15 episode kicks off with live footage of the performers and interviews with the creators.
These Streets on CBS Seattle
CBS Seattle’s Lee Callahan has a lively talk with creators Gretta Harley, Sarah Rudinoff and Elizabeth Kenny. Listen to the full interview at CBS Seattle.
These Streets on 107.7 – Then End
Gretta, Sarah and Elizabeth interview with 107.7. You can listen to some of the favorite clips from the conversation on their site at:
Seattle’s Grunge Women Take Back “These Streets” – MEOW
Carla DeSantis Black, Director/Founder of MEOW (Musicians for Equal Opportunities for Women), does a one-on-one interview with Gretta Harley about her experiences with the These Streets project:
These Streets On the Bob Rivers Show, KJR
The These Streets band joined Bob Rivers for an in-studio live performance and conversation about the the play, and the women & music of the Grunge Era.
Watch the video and hear the interview: http://www.bobrivers.com/#v12402
See more photos at: www.957kjr.com
“Girls Rock!” – Alaska Airlines Magazine
Who needs peanuts and pretzels when THESE STREETS is available at 31,000 feet? See it online at: http://bit.ly/Wx2sgP
Mayor McGinn declares February Seattle Women Who Rock Month
It’s official! Mayor of Seattle Mike McGinn signed the proclamation. February 2013 is officially “Seattle Women Who Rock Month!”
Download your own PDF of the proclamation: PROC Women Who Rock.pdf
Read more about the project and the women that inspired Mayor McGinn’s support – visit our Homepage.
Older, Wiser, Louder – City Arts
In February’s cover story for City Art’s Magazine Hanna Levine crafts a full in-depth piece on the These Streets project, including interviews with creators Gretta Harley, Sarah Rudinoff, & Elizabeth Kenny.
Unsung Women of Grunge – Seattle Magazine
Another great write up on These Streets from Seattle Magazine. Brangien Davis interviews Elizabeth, Gretta and Sarah, and provides an overview of what to expect when the play premieres.
Girls of Grunge, Seattle Met Magazine
Laura Dannen looks at the then and now of women in the Seattle music scene in the February issue Seattle Met Magazine…
Cornish College Features Professor Gretta Harley
Cornish College for the Arts features faculty member, alum and These Streets creator Gretta Harley. Read it at…
Cornish’s Harley Rewinds Grunge in These Streets
These Streets Times Shout Out
The headline of this Seattle Times article captures it – “Overlooked slice of grunge gets its due.” Nicole Brodeur interviews Sarah and Gretta about the the story behind These Streets and their fundraising efforts.