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A kinda-cabaret from a sorta-band.
The career of the prolific Steven Dietz is an authentic Seattle success story.
Where each candidate fits in Shakespeare's worldview.
Spin the Bottle: quirky spectacle with a dash of smut.
A new drama a clef about a far-right local politician.
How do you get theater to meaningfully reflect our times? Should it?
Jerry Manning jumps in with both feet at the Rep.
Whats the point of not letting critics in during the first 3/4 of a shows run?
Deconstructing the Reps and ACTs season brochures.
Sutton Foster, Broadway's ingenue of choice, becomes the new Princess Fiona.
Is smoking onstage a free-speech issue?
Gorgeous pipes and hot bods permeate the Ashland stage.
Considering that Huckleberry Finn is a serious contender for the title of Great American Novel (its a lot funnier than Moby Dick), its surprising that… Continue reading
The subject of playwright Sarah Greenmans new Leni, German filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl had the sort of biography that gives you moral/intellectual whiplash. On one hand,… Continue reading
Shakespeares not just the cultural heart of Ashland, hes at the center of the towns economic life as well.
As gays go mainstream, is gay theater losing its relevanceand fabulousness?
Dating is, of course, tremendously dangerous. Those who enter its foreboding realm should be armed and alert, ready to make split-second decisions. Its numerous perils… Continue reading
The pay-what-you-can movement picks up some key converts.
Two Shakespeare companies are better as one.
Joe Adcock bucked the norm.