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Review: This “Screw” Has Too Much Gab And Not Enough Grab

March 1, 2020 • Review: The Turn of the Screw. Based on Henry James’ novella and adapted by Rachel...

Review: “Our Country’s Good” Is Quite Good

February 19, 2020 • Review: OUR COUNTRY’S GOOD by Timberlake Wertenbaker based on the novel “The...

Review: “Bliss” Is A Miss

February 19, 2020 • Review: BLISS. Book, Music & Lyrics by Emma Lively & Tyler...

Review: “True West” Is A Quadruple Threat Of Banality

February 6, 2020 • Reviw: TRUE WEST by Sam Shepard. Produced by Seattle Repertory...

Review: “Reparations” Gets All “Timey Wimey” About A Serious Subject

January 28, 2020 • Review: REPARATIONS by Darren Canady. Produced by Sound Theatre Company with Langston Hughes...

Review: We All Live In A Big Dance Nation…

January 23, 2020 • Review: DANCE NATION by Clare Barron. Produced by Washington Ensemble...

Review: “The Rivals” Is A Crapulent Endeavor Of Derisionany Delight

January 21, 2020 • Review: THE RIVALS by Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Produced by Seattle Shakespeare Company....

Reviews: “Spelling Bee” Is A Charmer While “The Great Moment”…Ain’t

November 7, 2019 • Very late reviews of two area productions…one is great fun while one is a dreary chore....

Theater: Seasonal Treats With “Paranormal Bros” & Turkey Day Pageants

November 2, 2019 • Ah, autumn…the time of year when a young theater goer’s fancies turn to sitting in...

Reviews: Dracula and The Tempest Bring Magic To The Stage

October 26, 2019 • Two recently opened plays in Seattle provide seasonal spooky/magical fun for area audiences....

Reviews: There’s a Revolution A’Happenin’ at 12th Avenue Arts

October 24, 2019 • Well, on stage at least. Theatre22 is staging two plays in repertory at 12th Avenue Arts on...

Review: Indecent Is The Best Production of The Year

October 7, 2019 • Review: INDECENT by Paula Vogel. Produced by Seattle Repertory...

Review: Everything is Illuminated Has Its Charms

September 29, 2019 • Review: Everything is Illuminated based on the novel by Jonathan Safran Foer....

Review: The Unbelievable People of the Book

September 21, 2019 • Otherwise known as “creating plays with characters and...

Review: “Is God Is” Serves Up A Revenge That Needs To Be...

September 19, 2019 • It’s September which means we’re suddenly faced with every theater company in the...

The Lion King Revisited: To CGI or Not To CGI…That Is The Question

July 19, 2019 •   Full Disclosure: I had NOT seen the original Disney version of The Lion King or the...

Reviews: “Pass Over” and “Behold the Dreamers” Both Offer Takes On Black Lives...

June 22, 2019 • Review: PASS OVER by Antoinette Nwandu. Produced by ACT. Directed by...

Reviews: LGBTQ Plays Take Center Stage With “Take Me Out” and “Boy”

June 15, 2019 • Review: TAKE ME OUT by Richard Greenberg. Produced by Strawberry Theatre...

Review: “Blackbird” Tackles The Complex Ambiguity Of A Taboo Subject

June 7, 2019 • Review: BLACKBIRD by David Harrower. Produced by White Rabbits, Inc...

Reviews: It’s A Bit “Lifetime TV Movie of The Week” With “The Call”...

June 4, 2019 • Review: The Call by Tanya Barfield. Produced by Seattle Public...