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Popular LGBTQ Play “M. Butterfly” Onstage At ArtsWest Starting January 24th

January 11, 2019 •   Mark your calendars for the return of a popular LGBTQ play. ArtsWest is...

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...

Gayly Forward: Queer Arts & Shows This Week & Beyond

May 18, 2018 • * = Top picks! (as selected through R Barron’s fogged-up lenses alone)   Now thru 5/19...

Intiman Announces Diverse Season Including Soon To Open “Hir” With ArtsWest

February 26, 2018 • Their first production of the year opens this week but Intiman has just...

Review: “Peerless” Is Dark, Devious and Deliciously Fun

January 27, 2018 • Review: PEERLESS by Jiehae Park. Produced by Artwest Playhouse and Gallery....

Reviews: The Pluses/Minuses Of Two Interestingly Flawed Productions

November 11, 2017 • Two local theater productions have a lot to admire about them. And,...

Richard Gray Spills The Tea On His Role as “The Nance” Debuting At...

October 23, 2017 • It’s a perfect fit for LGBTQ audiences….ArtsWest...

Reviews: Fall Theater Kicks Off With 2 Interesting Shows About The Immigrant Experience

September 11, 2017 • I saw four theater productions this weekend as we kick off the fall theater...

Ayad Akhtar’s “The Who & The What” Opens Arts West 2017/18 Season

August 18, 2017 • ArtsWest continues their string of producing fascinating contemporary...

Familiar, Peculiar, and Singular Sondheim in Arts West Cabaret Series

July 24, 2017 • Everybody says don’t do Sondheim, too offbeat, too musically...

Review: The Chilly Heart of “Frozen”

April 30, 2017 • Review: Frozen by Bryony Lavery. Produced by ArtsWest Theatre....

Review: ArtsWest’s “Milk Like Sugar” and ACT’s “Tribes”

March 12, 2017 • “Young people with problems” is the thread  (and a rather simplistically common...

Reviews: Two Plays That Don’t Quite Gel

January 28, 2017 • We’re not starting off strongly with the 2017 Seattle area...

Reviews: “Ghosts” and “On Clover Road” Both Explore Parent/Child Conflicts…Superbly

September 28, 2016 • “KIDS!” “What’s Wrong With These Kids Today!!!” A lot,...

“Bad Apples” Has Its Moments But Glorifies Abusers While Ignoring The Abused

September 11, 2016 • Review: Bad Apples. Book by Jim Leonard. Music & Lyrics by Beth Thornley...

Fall Arts Season Is Heeeeeere! 7 Shows You (probably) Need To See! Involving...

September 1, 2016 • Twice a year, in January and September, theater lovers and theater critics squeal in...

Stuff To Do: The Adorable Kirsten deLohr Helland’s Cabaret At ArtsWest

August 1, 2016 • Do ya need something to do this gorgy August Monday as we await the arrival of...

ArtsWest’s Stunning “Death Of A Salesman” Is Must See Theater

May 22, 2016 • Review: Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller. Produced by ArtsWest Playhouse. Directed by...

Seattle Theaterland Round Up: Schmee’s “Arabia” and ArtsWest’s “Really Really”

January 26, 2016 • Review: In Arabia We’d All Be Kings by Stephen Adly Guirgis....

The “Lizard Boy” Cast Reunites For An Album Release Party

October 25, 2015 • Their new musical, LIZARD BOY was a sold out hit last spring at...