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A musical based on a hunchback is obviously disfigured.
Conor McPherson's new play is about vampires and other evils.
On the Boards board members circle the wagons following Murphys dismissal
Trash that can't even be made campy.
Surveying Seattle theater, after the latest gold rush
Week two: wrapping it all up.
Five actors present four plays by the master of minimal despair.
ACT mounts Wallace Shawn's controversial Obie award-winner.
For $30 at Costco, I got what I paid for.
Waiting for the end of the world.
UMO's new show is big and bold, but what does it mean?
Anna Deavere Smith's "documentary theater" challenges our preconceptions of human identity.
The Old West meets the new in Louis Broome's powerful new tragicomedy Texarkana Waltz.
Freehold's actors and a visiting director collaborate on a very Russian Vanya.
Frozen lives and overwrought emotions in a new play.
House of Dames' Nikki Appino brings us a story of sex, death, and bees with bouffants.
The Goth comic-book writer reveals his fictional fantasies.
Nikki Appino's newest spectacle puts a new spin on the myth of Orpheus.
Why do producers keep staging these things? Oh . . .
Vladivostok's chamber theater brings a Russian masterpiece to Seattle.