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E.J. Iannelli 

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E.J. Iannelli is a Spokane-based freelance writer, translator, and editor whose byline occasionally appears here in The Inlander. One of his many shortcomings is his inability to think up pithy, off-the-cuff self-descriptions.

  • Get Thee to a Nunnery
  • Get Thee to a Nunnery

    After more than a decade, the all-male version of the popular musical Nunsense returns to the Civic stage
  • BOOKS
  • BOOKS

    Because everyone should always be reading something
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  • A Joyful Noise
  • A Joyful Noise

    The Church Basement Ladies are back with minor cast changes but the same lighthearted spirit
  • Understanding ACEs
  • Understanding ACEs

    Helping kids bounce back from adversity may lead to a healthier adulthood
  • Modern Times
  • Modern Times

    Arising out of the Interplayers/Lake City Playhouse merger, the Modern Theater is off to an auspicious start
  • Go Directly to Jail
  • Go Directly to Jail

    The Clink, a musical about a young woman's brief stint in jail, is back in a full production
  • Headquartered Here
  • Headquartered Here

    Some interesting and innovative companies call the Inland Northwest home
  • Writers' Bloc
  • Writers' Bloc

    A look at some of the writers who've made Spokane during its brief history
  • What's SUP?
  • What's SUP?

    Stand-up paddleboarding has rapidly become an all-inclusive recreational activity
  • Klezmer-izing
  • Klezmer-izing

    Two directors are overseeing Fiddler on the Roof, the Civic's season opener
  • What Money Can't Buy
  • What Money Can't Buy

    Spokane Civic Theatre has a seven-figure budget, but its seven front-of-house volunteers are just as important

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