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Why is bad theater so bad?Or to put it another way: Why does the prospect of bad theater raise such fear, and the experience of… Continue reading
Tacoma, the city with the perpetual self-esteem issue, has put a lot of cash into creating a cultural center in its downtown core. In addition… Continue reading
Ovations for Set Designers
A visit with the rascally playwright.
For its Buddy Holly bio-musical, the 5th Avenue turns to a local rockabilly showman.
The Northwest Actors Studio: "Organized chaos" gone wrong?
Mike Daisey gives our columnist a lap dance.
Sure, we all know Seattle is a big theater town. So, uh, why are we losing so much theater?
Rachel Corrie finally gets the dramatic treatment she deserves.
Politics and the personal mix it up in a new play by Y York.
What is it about Robert Fulghum's work that I hate so much?
Two days, two plays? Are they nuts?
Kevin Joyce's enigmatic trio of characters lives again.
Robert Nye's new novel brilliantly reimagines the life of Shakespeare.
Jeffrey Hatcher's new play seeks the man behind an infamous voice.
Mike Daisey's new one-man show waxes nostalgic for pre-glasnost days.
Chapter One: I Set Off on My Foray into Yuletide Theater Shows.
John Moe's new comedy is sloppy but fun.
Cutting up with theatrical rockers 'Awesome.'