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Malika Oyetimein and Myra Platt’s production portrays Angelou through the ages.
A conversation with ACT’s John Langs on whether old dramas should keep getting restaged in Seattle.
In her one-woman show, the artist/activist plays multiple generations of her family.
Catch the show on porches across Puget Sound.
The tale of twisted fates in the United States lacks the clarity to tell an effective tale.
The director’s take on a story of black resilience strategically engages with white audiences.
New beginnings for NCTC.
Playing Alison Bechdel in a Broadway musical is the latest in the actor’s history of allyship.
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.