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RBarron

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:

FreshApril

Gayly Forward: What To Do In Gay/Queer Seattle This Week (and Beyond…)

April 23, 2018 • Looking for stuff to do of the arts and entertainment persuasion in the Greater Seattle...

bodyisnotanapology

Experience “Radical Self Love” With Sonya Renee Taylor At Elliot Bay Book Company

April 23, 2018 • Don’t Miss This: Come hear Sonya Renee Taylor, Radical Self-Love revolutionary and founder...

GiveOutDaySQuare18

Give Out Is NOW!!! A Way To Help LGBTQ Non-Profits!

April 19, 2018 • Did you know … ?  Today is GiveOut! But you can give anytime, too....

The genre bending theater artist TAYLOR MAC comes to Seattle's

Don’t Miss This: With A 24-Decade History, Taylor Mac Brings a Much-Needed Pageant...

April 17, 2018 •     For one night — Friday, April 20th — celebrated queer artist Taylor...

Machine Dazzle assists Taylor Mac with a costume. Photo: Reed Hutchinson

5 Questions: MACHINE DAZZLE (About Taylor Mac’s “A 24-Decade History of Popular Music”)

April 17, 2018 • I talked with Machine Dazzle, who designs the pieces of wearable art that serve...

QueerMamaCrossroads

“Queer, Mama. Crossroads” Explores Queer Parenting and Police Violence on Black Communities

April 12, 2018 • In the past year, Anastacia-Renee has been named the Civic Poet of Seattle,...

Photo by Marcia Davis — with Emily Pihlaja and Fausto Rivera Contreras

Spectrum Dance Theater’s Powerful “H.R. 3244” Examines The Modern Slavery of Human Trafficking

April 11, 2018 •     If you think Spectrum is just some dance thing, I hope you’ll rid yourself of...

Alice Gosti's new piece of dance theater with her 10 artist company, is "Material Deviance in Contemporary American Culture" playing through Sunday, April 1, 2018 at On the Boards.

With Material Deviance, Alice Gosti Unearths the “Stuff” of Modern America

March 31, 2018 • Too. Much. Shit.   That’s about the only impression that came to mind when the stage...

YoungPlaywrights

Seattle Youth Scene: Adults & teenagers alike, don’t snooze on these youth shows

March 29, 2018 •     “The youth right now are the truth right now.” That...

Intersections: A Celebration of Seattle Performance is a festival of arts representing the entire community and it's happening March 22-25, 2018 at the Youngstown Cultural Center in Delridge/West Seattle

The Intersections Festival Offers Up A Variety Of Entertainment and Art For…EVERYONE

March 23, 2018 • Variety shows — and especially *shudder* so-called-comedy-focused ones — are a tough act...

String-Press5-web

Village Theatre’s New Musical Takes Stage To “String” Up Classic Tale

March 22, 2018 • Review: “String” Book by Sarah Hammond. Music and Lyrics by Adam Gwon. Produced...

Gretchen Krich stars in Taylor Mac's play HIR at ArtsWest Playhouse, a co-production with Intiman Theatre

ArtsWest/Intiman’s Production of Taylor Mac’s “Hir” Strikes All The Right Chords…And Then Some

March 17, 2018 •   Jennifer Zeyl won’t take your shit.  Sitting near her at a recent talkback for the...