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Mike Daisey’s 18-part monologue at Seattle Rep serves as an engaging, fiery, and confrontational history class.
Seattle Shakespeare’s affectionately traditionalist staging of Shaw’s unsentimental wartime satire, ‘Arms and the Man.’
The enthusiastic Seattle Children’s Theatre production makes the story of a young will-be Muhammad Ali fun for kids.
The new female-driven cabaret company strives for a noir cinematic sophistication.
The local arts institutions continue to push creative bounds under changing leadership.
While thematically uncentered, Cirque du Soleil’s BMX-adorned Volta still entertains.
An ambitious, imaginative, double-cast production in which one sings, the other doesn’t.
Seattle Opera’s ‘Porgy and Bess’ is a must-see production that feels engaged with the cultural conversation.
Taproot’s ‘Sweet Land, the Musical’ doesn’t fully capture the mood of 1920s Minnesota farmland, but still manages to charm.
Steve Martin and Martin Short discuss bringing their two-man comedy extravaganza back to Seattle.
In Book-It’s Wilde adaptation, art imitates life imitates art imitates life….
‘O+E’ strips things down for an all-female reimagining of a Greek myth.
Oscar Wilde’s comedy demonstrates the pitfalls of virtue.
The performance of Seattle Opera’s Aida can’t always match its stunning design.
The slate includes Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘In the Heights,’ Mike Daisey, and the Fremont Troll.
High schoolers draw parallels between modern and historic struggles after watching the Broadway hit.
Find hope in performances of musical favorites like ‘Annie’ and ‘Come From Away.’
Seattle Opera goes back to Shakespeare and enriches a slender but sparkling composition.
Technique and transgression fill stages this spring as two styles become one.
Hir at ArtsWest gives trans voices a stage to dismantle the normative.