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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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Seattle Theater In September Is Up and Running With A Slew Of New...

September 7, 2022 • Compiled by Miryam Gordon from press releases As we go back to school somewhat normally, (not...

July In The Park With Theater…Lots and Lots of Outdoor Theater

July 4, 2022 • Compiled by Miryam Gordon As most summer-theater-park-goers know, a whole weekend is devoted...

Review: “The Bonesetter’s Daughter” Is Beautiful & Moving Theater at Book-It Rep

June 18, 2022 • If you are a “reader,” and you love how novelists artfully draw...

Sephardic Jewish Community in Seattle Gets a Theatrical Treatment With “Arrivals: A Seattle...

May 25, 2022 • It’s likely that most non-Jews don’t know a thing about the difference between...

ArtsWest Is Producing His Play “Alma”: Benjamin Benne’s Journey to Become a Major...

May 3, 2022 • Benjamin Benne’s play, Alma, opens May 5th at ArtsWest. It’s the third play...

Review: Sound Theater’s “Gaslight” Has Strong Design Elements And An Engaging Cast

May 1, 2022 • From the Victorian thriller novel to a play to a movie, Gaslight (originally...

Review: The Spitfire Grill Is A Feel Good Respite From Our Complicated World

April 10, 2022 • Spitfire Grill is a feel-good musical. It’s a little schmaltzy with...

Seattle Area Theater Preview For April: Star Studded “Ghosts”, Ms Pak-man & Some...

April 4, 2022 • Theater companies seem pretty happy, this month, as many launch comedies or...

Review: Seattle Men’s Chorus Celebrates Motown and More…PLUS, What’s Next For SMC/SWC

March 24, 2022 • Motown and More Seattle Men’s Chorus March 2022 Seattle Men’s and...

Review: Reading Between The Lines With Village Theatre’s “The Book Club Play”

March 15, 2022 • Book clubs probably comes in all shapes, sizes, and tastes. But the stereotype is that snooty...

Review: Enchanting New Red Riding Hood Is A Fun Family Hit

March 6, 2022 • Review: Red Riding Hood by Allison Gregory. Produced by Seattle Children’s Theatre Through...

Seattle Area Theater In March Is…Back To Normal?

March 1, 2022 • Look what March is blowing onto Seattle stages! Compiled by Miryam Gordon from theater press...

Miryam Sez: RUN To Check Out Taproot’s “See How They Run”

February 27, 2022 • They’re back, bitchez!!! You have no idea how good it feels to be able to sit...

Feminism Makes Waves – A Review of ‘The Fifth Wave’ at Macha Theatre...

February 23, 2022 • Review: The Fifth Wave by Lisa Every and Jenn Ruzumna. Directed by...

Seattle Stages Forge Ahead With New Openings Including Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Freestyle Love Supreme”...

January 31, 2022 • Despite the brisk wintery air of February and attendant struggles with in-person...

Review: Voices Shine In Village Theatre’s “Songs for a New World” But The...

January 25, 2022 • My experience in attending this musical ran along two very, very different...

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....