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MiryamGordon

Website: http://www.lllt4familylaw.com

Bio: Miryam Gordon spends her time helping people with family law issues like divorce, child support and parenting plans with her license as a Limited License Legal Technician (http://www.lllt4familylaw.com). She's reviewed theater all over the Seattle area since 2007.

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Live Seattle Theater Back In Business For January With Big Openings

January 10, 2022 • It’s a bit later in the month than usual for our January Theater Preview, (BUSY!) but there...

“We’ve Battled Monsters Before” Is An Entrancing New Work From A Masterful Seattle...

December 22, 2021 • Review: We’ve Battled Monsters Before. Book, Music and Lyrics by Justin Huertas. Produced by...

It’s Beginning To Look Like Xmas On Seattle Stages

December 7, 2021 • Your favorite holiday traditions can now be visited in person! Check...

“What We Were” Is Pony World Theatre’s Intense Return to Great Seattle Theater

November 3, 2021 • What We Were by Blake Hackler. Produced by Pony World Theatre at 12th...

Live In-Person Theater Returns To Seattle…November Openings To Check Out

November 1, 2021 • Seattle metro theaters continue to roll out live, in-person productions this month with...

Departing SMC/SWC Director Dennis Coleman And Allies Have Stories To Tell…

June 21, 2016 • Dennis Coleman is retiring after 35 years with Seattle Men’s and...

Showtunes Goes To Glocca Morra With Terrific “Finian’s Rainbow”

March 24, 2016 • If you love musicals, then you must love Showtunes Theatre Company!...

Lyricist Stacey Luftig On Village Theatre’s World Premiere Of “My Heart is the...

March 19, 2016 • Lyricist Stacey Luftig has won the 2016 Kleban Award for most promising...

Telling All The Secrets: Chad Goller-Sojourner’s “Marching in Gucci: Memoirs of a Well-Dressed...

March 10, 2016 • Chad Goller-Sojourner has become adept at turning his life into stories, and is...

Musings on Theatre 22’s “Can’t Talk Right Now” & The Seattle Fringe Fest

February 26, 2016 • Scotto Moore is one of my favorite local playwrights. He has terrific ideas to...

Historic Peking Acrobats at UW’s Meany Theater This Saturday

January 20, 2016 • Bet you didn’t know that acrobatics, including routines like precision tumbling,...

Seattle Rep’s Jeffrey Herrmann On His First Year: Big Hits, Big Losses…Bright Future

September 11, 2015 • Jeffrey Herrmann became Managing Director at the Seattle Repertory...

Forward Flux Stages Two Smartly Sexy Plays By Female Playwrights For September

September 3, 2015 • Two fierce and female-written plays open in September, playing in repertory and...

“Empire” in the original, “The Lion In Winter” now on stage at SecondStory...

August 27, 2015 • Review: The Lion in Winter by James Goldman. Directed by Eric Polani Jensen....

Theater Review: Taproot’s “Godspell” Not Your Stephen Schwartz’s Godspell

July 31, 2015 • Taproot Theatre is presenting a “refreshed” version of...

Brandon J. Simmons’ New Annex Comedy “Is She Dead Yet?” Explores Race &...

July 28, 2015 • The upcoming play at Annex punches straight at “white privilege”...

Theater Review: Ayad Akhtar’s “The Who & The What” At Chicago’s Victory Gardens...

July 10, 2015 • Review: The Who & The What by Ayad Akhtar. Produced by Victory...

Georgia Ragsdale’s “Follow You Everywhere” Is A Comic Coming Out Story

June 24, 2015 • Stand-up comedian, Georgia Ragsdale, had a sudden problem – she just...

SOAPfest 2015: Set designer gets to play-write in the Sandbox

June 2, 2015 • It’s time for SOAPfest, again (at West of Lenin). This is the third iteration...

Inventive “Jasper in Deadland” Still Doesn’t Know What It Wants To Be

May 16, 2015 • Review: Jasper in Deadland. Book by Hunter Foster & Ryan Scott Oliver....