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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...

WET’s New Production of Guillermo Calderón’s “B” Explores The Politics of Protest &...

January 20, 2019 •   Review: “B” by Guillermo Calderón. Produced by Washington Ensemble...

It’s January…Must Be Time For New Theater Not Involving The Holidays

January 19, 2019 •   Review: All’s Well That Ends Well by William...

Village’s Matilda the Musical Heads to Everett: Inspiring for Kids, Baffling for Dahl...

January 3, 2019 •   Beginning this Thursday (January 4), Village Theatre’s season opener, Matilda, heads...

Teatro Zinzanni’s HOLLYWOOD & VINE Decks the Halls in New Venue in Woodinville

December 5, 2018 • Fans of Teatro Zinzanni’s who mourned the loss of the company’s longtime...

Review: Two Plays Deal With The AIDS Era In Very Different Ways

November 3, 2018 • We still don’t have a cure but we do have effective ways of...

Review: Two Low Budget Asian Themed Plays Charm and Delight

October 29, 2018 • In the last couple of weeks I’ve seen two productions from...

Review: Mike Daisey’s America in 18 Chapters & Muhammed Ali’s Youth in Two...

October 28, 2018 • My favorite subjects in school were all history, literature or theater related so when all...

Review: Two Plays Examine The Middle East…One Confounds While The Other Just Fails

October 24, 2018 • In recent years, a number of playwrights have appeared who write...

Insightful, Fun New Works Open Village & On the Boards Seasons

October 22, 2018 • Insightful, Fun New Works Open Village & On the Boards Seasons   Through different...

Review: Two VERY Different Latinx Plays…”Brainpeople” and “Fade”

October 17, 2018 • One is spooky, weird and oddly appropriate for the times we live in...

Review: Emotional Roller Coasters At 5th Avenue and Seattle Rep…One Grim and One...

October 15, 2018 • Grab Those Hankies! You’re gonna need them at the 5th Avenue...

Reviews: Must-See Theater At ArtsWest & Forward Flux/Pratidhwani

September 29, 2018 • Two intimate, lively shows consider the daily and extraordinary fight of the human spirit....

Reviews: “Two Sisters And A Piano” at Schmee and “Everything You Touch” at...

September 28, 2018 • MORE recent theater openings to check out….here’s two...

Reviews: Catching Up At ACT With “Setzuan” and “Skylight”

September 22, 2018 • I have so many reviews to write and I can’t let my lower back...

Review: The All Female “Richard III” Is A Dynamic Theater Event

September 17, 2018 • They astounded us early last year with their fantastic mega event BRING DOWN...

Review: Despite the September Tulips, Intiman’s “Native Gardens” Has Its Topical Charms

September 13, 2018 •   It’s September and a young/mostly old theater lovers...

Closing This Weekend: With “Alma ( or #nowall)”, Theatre Battery Brings Timely New...

September 7, 2018 • While Seattle is celebrated for its progressive and innovative arts scene, some of the most...

Hepburn…Tracy…Duke of Windsor: All The Juicy Gay Secrets Revealed In “Scotty and the...

August 24, 2018 • Don’t let the very hetero banner image fool you…the one the makers of the...

Review: Nice Night For A “Blood Wedding”

August 4, 2018 • Outdoor theater is not one of my favorite things. Bugs…fussy children…oafs...

Don’t Miss: “Tail Feather” Flocks into Langston with a Night of Dance, Struts,...

June 15, 2018 •   The starting place for Tail Feather, a performative celebration of queer...

Great Cast Makes for a Great, Big Show at Village’s Season Closer, “Hairspray”...

June 15, 2018 • Great Cast Makes for a Great, Big Show at Village’s Season Closer, “Hairspray” the...

“Le Grand Fromage” (at West of Lenin thru 6/15) Is a Surprise Charmer

June 6, 2018 •   No “BAM!” Here, But the Food-Centric, Celeb-Sprinkled Solo...

Review: Dive Into Fantastic.Z’s “5 Lesbians Eating A Quiche” Through Next Weekend —...

May 30, 2018 •   That quiche diving is “great technique.”   I went...

SIFF 2018 LGBTQ Pick: “Every Act of Life” Charts the Life of Master...

May 30, 2018 •   SIFF Pick: Every Act of Life Charts the Life of Master Playwright...

Theater Ketchup: “Shakespeare (‘s Dad) in Love” and A Charming Visit to “Arroyo’s”

May 24, 2018 • You either adore the 1998 romantic comedy/drama SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE…or,...

Review: Bold Queer Theater In Tacoma With “Bent”

May 24, 2018 • Through Saturday: Bent, a Small-Stage Production in Tacoma, Provides...