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The Seattle Rep’s production packs a punch of racial politics, but that’s not what makes it great.
The 5th Avenue Theater updates the tale of Don Quixote and his creator for a new era.
The rage in one is covert, and in the other, it is literally written on the wall.
Last weekend, the Hansberry Project brought together 11 talented artists to talk about what it means to be black and a woman in the theater. Let’s listen.
The Seattle five-piece continues its journey into the dark recesses of your soul.
The Ameenah Kaplan-directed production is complex and compact with plenty of moving moments and no easy answers.
The monologist knows you would love for him to tear the Republican presidential candidate apart. He’s not going to do that.
From ShoutYourAbortion to theatre, the artistic director of WET provides a stage for women’s stories.
Director Ameenah Kaplan brings rhythm and movement to the stage for this story about Jack Johnson.
Two new local stage productions wrestle with conscience and conformity.
Through a slow start, a well-funded landgrab, and disruptive development, Athletic Awards fought for its place in the neighborhood.
An unconventional take on the Tennessee Williams classic ‘The Glass Menagerie.’
Whether riffing on Trump or singing about America’s sins, local artists are pushing the conversation forward.
Bilingual bloodshed—in the park!
Annex Theatre’s newest features two powerful perfomances and a deft script.
The people have spoken.
The latest from playwright Sean Devine couldn’t have come at a better time.
The team at Cut will make you feel and make you think and maybe make themselves some money while they’re at it.
With ‘Daisy,’ the Canadian playwright hits on the zeitgeist of American presidential politics.
Seattle Weekly joins more than 20 other news organizations to shine a spotlight on homelessness.