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Alan Ayckbourn gets lost in his own time machine.
A Cabaret revival puts its predecessors to shame.
Stephen Wadsworth's adaptation of Marivaux has too much "class."
So what can the Seattle Fringe Festival teach audiences and local artists?
Two new one-acts do a lot in very little time.
When the good is this good, do you notice the bad?
In which the exhausted but exhilarated critic praises punctuality and discourages mugging.
A police thriller set on Seattle's mean streets.
UMO and the Empty Space produce a stunning collaboration for all ages.
Edward Albee's 1967 social satire still has plenty of sting.
An old melodrama that should have been a new comedy.
Martin McDonagh's new comedy hits pay dirt.
Taproot takes a penetrating look at the meanings of heroism.
Warner Shook's farewell bow is all for the actors.
Olivier's take on the sweet prince, circa 1948.
The Duke meets the Bard in this toe-tapping combo of Ellington and Shakespeare.
Stoppard's take on the end of an affair.
A stunning one-woman show about dreams and their destruction.