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Website: http://localendar.com/public/othervoices

Bio: R. Barron is in finance by day and, more often than not, a theatre seat by night. R. dabbles in writing and directing, with particular focus on issues of justice, queer and trans experience, and systems of control (incarceration, constitutional theory, family, religion, and political representation, among others). R. is an Artistic Connector with Other Voices Theatre and the Other Voices Calendar (http://localendar.com/public/othervoices), a new project that seeks to promote stories from underrepresented voices in theatre.

Author Posts:

Review: Stand-Out Acting Propels the Marathon “Angels in America” At Lakewood Playhouse

March 9, 2019 •   The Tacoma-area theatre’s production, told in six acts across two separate shows...

Tacoma LGBTQ Scene: Ailey II & More Are Treats for the South Sound

February 28, 2019 •     Acclaimed modern dance company Ailey II takes the Pantages Theatre stage March...

Toasty Theatre Picks: After the Freeze, Thaw Out with These

February 20, 2019 • R. Barron picks a bounty of stage treats, ranging from rock musicals to comedy...

In the Sharp & Witty 140 LBS, Solo Performer Susan Lieu Avenges Her...

February 16, 2019 •   “How beauty killed my mother” is the tagline for 140 LBS, Susan Lieu’s solo show...

#TBT: R. Barron’s Best-Loved Theatre of 2018

January 31, 2019 •   Seattle saw some excellent, locally-made theatre this year.  From the hundred-some I...

Review: Seattle Rep’s “Last of the Boys”…Reflection on Ghosts of Vietnam War Is...

January 25, 2019 • Seattle Repertory Theatre’s Strong Production of Dietz’s...

This Week Only: Sovereign Solo Fest Makes a Heralded Return Showcasing Queer Women...

January 9, 2019 •   January Top Pick: Sovereign Festival, January 9-12   Earth...

January 2019 Theater Picks: Festivals & More Including Cherdonna!

January 4, 2019 •     Celebrating the New & Innovative in January   January is...

Village’s Matilda the Musical Heads to Everett: Inspiring for Kids, Baffling for Dahl...

January 3, 2019 •   Beginning this Thursday (January 4), Village Theatre’s season opener, Matilda, heads...

The Strange Warmth of Emmett Montgomery & Sugar Plum Gary

December 31, 2018 •   If you came to see a Christmas play, you probably won’t be...

Evil Puppets and Filipino Family Matriarchs Get Top Honors at 10th Annual Gregory...

October 25, 2018 • Seattle Public Theater’s production of “Hand to God” &...

5 Questions for Steven Dietz About His AIDS Drama “Lonely Planet” at West...

October 25, 2018 •     This Friday, West of Lenin opens Lonely Planet, a 25-year-old...

UW Drama Season Opens with a Timely Play About Complicity with Nazis: Arthur...

October 23, 2018 •   Arthur Miller’s Incident at Vichy, an under-produced gem of a drama,...

Insightful, Fun New Works Open Village & On the Boards Seasons

October 22, 2018 • Insightful, Fun New Works Open Village & On the Boards Seasons   Through different...

Reviews: Must-See Theater At ArtsWest & Forward Flux/Pratidhwani

September 29, 2018 • Two intimate, lively shows consider the daily and extraordinary fight of the human spirit....

Your Early Autumn Art Openings…Dance, Theater, Film, Cirque, Solos & So Much More

September 21, 2018 •     After a relatively quiet summer, fall brings a surging theatre and performance...

Closing This Weekend: With “Alma ( or #nowall)”, Theatre Battery Brings Timely New...

September 7, 2018 • While Seattle is celebrated for its progressive and innovative arts scene, some of the most...

The SAM Report: “Double Exposure” Closes Soon…JUST OPENED: In This Imperfect Present Moment

September 4, 2018 •   Perfect for your First Thursday plans, make it a point to see Double Exposure this week...

“Marching in Gucci”: Sermons in Shade with Chad Goller-Sojourner @ Langston

June 19, 2018 • Don’t Miss: Spend Pride with “Marching in Gucci,” Sermons in Shade, and Communion in Red...

Don’t Miss: “Tail Feather” Flocks into Langston with a Night of Dance, Struts,...

June 15, 2018 •   The starting place for Tail Feather, a performative celebration of queer...