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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...

Review: The Making of “Jaws” Musical “Bruce” Bites Off Less Than It Can...

June 12, 2022 • Hundreds of new plays and musicals are announced and produced every...

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...

Review: “Sweat” Is The Best Theater Production In Town

May 12, 2022 • Not only is ACT’s current production of Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize winning play...

Review: “Or,” Is A Funny, Frisky Farce

May 9, 2022 • Frankly, we’ve been needing a bit of silliness in our lives lately so...

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: Seattle Rep’s Intense “Selling Kabul” Is A Winning & Very Timely Drama

May 1, 2022 • SELLING KABUL, the current play onstage at Seattle Rep’s Leo K. Theatre...

Review: “Ghosts” Is Hauntingly Fresh and Modern

April 21, 2022 • Modern audiences and especially younger members of those audiences can have a hard time...

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...

Review: Delicious Goosebumps For Adults With ACT’s “The Thin Place”

March 26, 2022 • Ermahgerd! It’s a scary good time at ACT right now with their production of Lucas...

Review: “Pipeline” Tackles The New Jim Crow And How It Affects Young Black...

March 21, 2022 • It’s a timely subject tackled by acclaimed playwright Dominque Morisseau in her 2017...

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...

Todrick Hall’s “Femuline Tour” Has A Rocky Start In Seattle

March 14, 2022 • Oh, honey… It was a tad messy. I’m talking about the opening night of entertainer...

Review: There Will Be No Dirty Jokes In This Review Of “Teenage Dick”

March 10, 2022 • It’s going to be tough, because as a person of the childish...

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...

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...

Review: “Drum & Colors” Is Part Hit And Part Miss

February 27, 2022 • Seattle Shakespeare Company decided to open their 2022 theater season...

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...

Review: ACT’s “Hotter Than Egypt” Is More Tepid Than Sultry

February 7, 2022 • Well, last week I reported on my first outing in nearly two years to see a...

Review: I Loved Beauty, The Beast is OK But Gaston Was Too Greasy

February 3, 2022 • It’s been almost exactly two years (I’m about 6 weeks shy of that anniversary) but...

“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...

“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...

Theater Review: Coming To TERMS OF ENDEARMENT as Tacoma Little Theatre Returns To...

September 23, 2021 • Review: TERMS OF ENDEARMENT adapted by Dan Gordon based on the novel...

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....