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Reviews: A Korean Archie Bunker Lives In “Kim’s Convenience” // Fire Rages In...

May 25, 2019 • Review: KIM’S CONVENIENCE by Ins Choi. Produced by Taproot Theatre....

Review: Sound & Movement Are Key Elements In “Nina Simone” and “Office Hour”

May 11, 2019 • Two currently running theater productions in the greater Seattle Metroplex offer up...

Review: Village’s “Curious Incident” Is Bravura Theater And Worth A Trip To Everett...

May 7, 2019 •   Review: THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME by...

Review: You’re In For A Treat At “Urinetown” (heh heh)

May 6, 2019 • Review: URINETOWN: The Musical. Music & Lyrics by Mark Hollman....

Reviews: Recherching With “The Master and Margarita” and “Anne Frank”

April 24, 2019 • Review: THE MASTER AND MARGARITA by Mikhail Bulgakov. Adapted by Adapted by theater...

Reviews: A Fun “She Stoops To Conquer” and A Modestly Fun “Feathers and...

April 8, 2019 • Review: SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER by Oliver Goldsmith. Produced by Seattle Shakespeare Company....

Review: “Marie, Still Dancing” Needs To Be Still Re-Writing Its Clunky Book &...

April 6, 2019 • Review: Marie, Dancing Still. Book & Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens. Music by Stephen Flaherty....

Review: Seattle Public’s “Dry Land” Is An Emotionally Charged and Dynamic Piece of...

March 28, 2019 • Review: DRY LAND by Ruby Rae Spiegel. Produced by Seattle Public Theater. Directed by Anita...

Reviews: “Trevor” and “Always…Patsy Cline” Don’t Quite Fit The Bill

March 23, 2019 • When I do multiple reviews in one post, I TRY to make sure that there’s some connection...

Review: Experiencing The Spooky Pleasures of “John”

March 22, 2019 • Review: JOHN by Annie Baker. Produced by ArtsWest Playhouse. Directed by Erin Murray. Scenic...

Review: Do We REALLY Need A Sequel To Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House”?

March 21, 2019 • Review: A Doll’s Life, Part 2 by Lucas Hnath and based on Henrik Ibsen’s A...

Review: Stand-Out Acting Propels the Marathon “Angels in America” At Lakewood Playhouse

March 9, 2019 •   The Tacoma-area theatre’s production, told in six acts across two separate shows...

ACT’s “Romeo + Juliet” Has Energy & Teen Angst To Spare, Plus A...

March 9, 2019 •   Review: ROMEO + JULIET by William Shakespeare. Produced by ACT. Directed by John Langs....

Review: “The Woman in Black” Gets The Scare Job Done

March 4, 2019 • Review: THE WOMAN IN BLACK based on the novel by Susan Hill and adapted for the stage by...

Review: Book-It’s “American Junkie” Is A Rough Trip…But, Is It Rough Enough?

February 23, 2019 •   Review: AMERICAN JUNKIE based on the memoir by Tom Hansen. Adapted by Jane Jones and...

In the Sharp & Witty 140 LBS, Solo Performer Susan Lieu Avenges Her...

February 16, 2019 •   “How beauty killed my mother” is the tagline for 140 LBS, Susan Lieu’s solo show...

Review: “Rock of Ages” Is Such A Dumb Show…Yet, Ridiculous Amounts of Fun

February 14, 2019 • Review: ROCK OF AGES. Book by Chris D’Arienzo. Arrangements and Orchestrations by Ethan...

Review: Seagull Project Wraps Up Chekhov Series With A Lovely “Uncle Vanya”

February 9, 2019 • Review: UNCLE VANYA by Anton Chekhov. Translated by Carol Rocamora....

Reviews: “Fire Season” Has Heat; “M. Butterfly” Doesn’t

January 30, 2019 • Review: M. BUTTERFLY by David Henry Hwang. Produced by Arts West. Directed by Samip Raval....

Review: Seattle Rep’s “Last of the Boys”…Reflection on Ghosts of Vietnam War Is...

January 25, 2019 • Seattle Repertory Theatre’s Strong Production of Dietz’s...