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Two queens coach the clueless in this hilarious peek into an integral form of queer art-making.
Seattle Public Theatre engages with one end of homelessness while missing the other.
Ebo Barton and Sarah Rosenblatt’s queer social-justice play invited the cast to shape its story.
David Byrne’s spectacle-driven musical engages with the political history of the Philippines.
Flitting between WWII Japan and the present-day U.S., the play connects the dots of a sterotype.
If the idea is to “challenge and change,” critically engaging with century-old material is necessary.
Three shows to look forward to at this year’s Fringe Festival.
The show brings the Deaf and hearing communities together in a tale of belonging and communication.
‘Milk Like Sugar’ is the latest on the Seattle director’s uniquely engaged directorial resume.
From heartbreak to heartburn, the play follows the story of a passionate queer partnership.
The POC cast confront whiteness, and tell their own stories in a deeply humanizing and poetic way.
Henry the Femme.
WET’s disorienting new production is an affecting look at a man returning from 17 years of torture.
The reframed Greek classic prompts questions that are as important now as they were in antiquity.