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Hes got crab legs, and hes ready to pick up suburban trash.
Playwrights remain theaters long-suffering heroes.
A look inside the Hills theaters-that-arent-theaters.
A look at the Hansberry Project, ACTs 3-year-old African-American play series.
Here's a pair of predictions I wouldn't have made a year ago: that Bartlett Sher, the artistic director at Intiman, would renew his contract, and… Continue reading
Capitol Hills scene didnt have to be hit so hard, so fast.
Connecting with kids and, this storyteller hopes, the Dalai Lama.
Theaters fetishize world premieresand lose interest if they cant be first to produce a show.
Nick Garrison adds another character to his rogues gallery
Sometimes you really do break a leg.
Used to be you played by a different set of rules at the theater.
A 90s comedy troupe regroups
But we've got two chances to see it done well.
Everyone else is doing it.
Timothy McCuen Piggee has made you laugh at just about every room in town.
Who knew meowing could balance the budget?
But they've been doing it right for years.
A theater pro examines, and implicates, his own world