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For 10 years, Seattle's late-night theater scene intermittently featured a very odd star, a slightly deranged, elderly Southern lady from small-town Kentucky. This was Carlotta… Continue reading
Kathy and David Hsieh want you to know that, in contrast to what many Seattle theater people believe, they are not married; they're siblings. But… Continue reading
An all-ages rock/theater fable
What its like to share a house with a deity
Did you know Randy Quaid could sing?
Critics and audiences have responded with mixed reactions.
OK, we picked from the same buffet.
It's remarkable what you can do in a well-equipped theater these days. Mechanical devices—like trapdoors, flying scenery, revolves, video projections, hydraulic lifts—are standard equipment, and… Continue reading
The veteran theater group's moving into Northwest Actors Studio's old digs.
You wouldnt guess from listless derivative crap like Saturday Night Live, but sketch can be very, very good.
DAVID PICHETTE is my favorite actor. When I call him up to tell him this, he's wary."What is this about, again?" I explain that my… Continue reading
These soon-to-be-former "theater geeks" are going to save the business.
State auditors say yes. Theater companies disagree.
Just ignore the bales of razor wire at the fences.
Brian Faker has demonstrated with his past programming how good kid shows can be.
It's spring, and I'm in love. It's been an intermittent but long-standing affair (we met back in October 1998), but just recently I had a… Continue reading
Four years ago, I saw the first Seattle version of The Light in the Piazza at Intiman. Last week, I saw the return of the… Continue reading