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Review: Seattle Rep’s “Mr. Dickens and His Carol” Is A Christmas Dirge

December 1, 2022 • Review: Mr. Dickens and His Carol by Samantha Silva adapted from her novel. Developed with and...

Scott Shoemaker Still Wages War On Christmas…But, In A Fun Way!

November 24, 2022 • Back for a 5th but non-consecutive year thanks to that fucker Covid, SCOTT SHOEMAKER’S...

“Jingle All The Gay” Returns For Holiday Fun On December 2nd

November 19, 2022 • Yet another Seattle area campy holiday show returns for the Winter...

Nov/Dec 2022 Theater Openings… Including All The Holiday Shows!!!

November 15, 2022 • As we nestle into our couches with cups of coffee, tea, or mulled wine, there...

Theater Review: The Gory Charms of “Macbeth”

November 5, 2022 • Seattle Shakespeare Company opened their 2022/2023 season with a beloved staple of the...

Reminder: Nick Garrison Memorial At Seattle Rep

October 9, 2022 • Just a reminder that a memorial event for the beloved Seattle actor and performer NICK...

Seattle Area October 2022 Theater Openings…And, Some November, Too

October 8, 2022 • Compiled from press releases by Miryam Gordon I start this month’s...

Showtunes Brings Back “Rich Gray’s Forbidden Xmas” This December

October 4, 2022 • Dontcha love it when beloved shows from the past that ceased...

Review: Can “Choir Boy’s” Great Music and Strong Performances Save An Underdeveloped Script?

September 24, 2022 • It’s September which means it’s time for local theater to shake off the cobwebs...

Just A Handful Of Seats Left For “Le Pustra’s Naughty Salon” At The...

September 13, 2022 • You better hurry if you want to snatch tickets to the direct from Berlin cabaret show coming...

Theatre 22’s Final Production “Nonsense & Beauty” Opens This Week

September 9, 2022 • It’s sad news that Theatre 22, one of Seattle’s few LGBTQ+ theater companies...

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...

Near…Far…Wherever You Are, You’ll Want To See “Titanish” Opening This Week

July 11, 2022 • It’s summer and as Seattle swelters under the oppressive 72 degree heat you should feel...

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...

Great News For Teatro ZinZanni Fans As They Announce A Return To Seattle

June 29, 2022 • Prepare the smelling salts because fans of Seattle’s beloved vaudeville/variety...

Stuff To Do In July: Golden Girls LIVE Returns to Seattle For Two...

June 23, 2022 • Yes, I know we’re focused on the here and the now meaning LGBTQ...

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...

June Theater Preview Includes Mamma Mia, The Bonesetter’s Daughter and a Lizzie Borden...

May 31, 2022 • Compiled by Miryam Gordon from press releases. Check out this list of theater/stage...

The Heartwarming LGBTQ+ Musical “The Prom” Opens Next Week At The 5th Avenue...

May 27, 2022 • It was the “feel good” musical of 2018, that won the hearts of thousands of fans...

Review: “Afterwords” Is A Show With Great Heart and Lovely Songs But…

May 13, 2022 • I’m super late writing this review for many reasons but chief...

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...

May Theater Openings Include…A Musical About A Shark Named “Bruce”

May 5, 2022 • May 2022 Theater Openings Compiled by Miryam Gordon May Flowers Are Blooming on...

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: 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...

Theatre 22’s “Or,” Takes The Stage At Green Lake This Weekend

April 27, 2022 • There’s some new theater to check out: our lovely friends at...

Review: “Ghosts” Is Hauntingly Fresh and Modern

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

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...