John Longenbaugh

Hello, I’m dead

Jeff Resta's new play seeks answers for living from the Great Beyond.

Hello, summer; goodbye, brain cells. Something about sunshine on the skin (and

Hello, summer; goodbye, brain cells. Something about sunshine on the skin (and pollen in your nose) makes thinking more trouble than it's worth. Our esteemed… Continue reading

High Marx

All this, and Groucho too? That's what I call entertainment.

Hip Hoch

The New York performance artist tackles race, rappers, and just about anything else.

Hysterical America

History for dummies, from dummies

Spies who loved: Peter Sorensen and Patrick Sexton in Intelligence.

I spy some guy

A gay twist on the world of espionage.

Spies who loved: Peter Sorensen and Patrick Sexton in Intelligence.

Irish problem child

Martin McDonagh's new play is well-written, superbly acted, and leaves a very unpleasant taste.

Irish stew

A lumpy concoction of fairy tales at the Children's Theater.

It’s the same old story

Art stands off against morality. Guess who wins, again?

Izzy serious?

Britain's top comic comes to Seattle.

McElhone and Branagh take a brief respite from hoofing and singing.

Labor of like

A Shakespearean musical sweet to the eye but bland to the taste.

McElhone and Branagh take a brief respite from hoofing and singing.
Andrew Neel and Heather Brotherston yuk it up.

Last laughs

A hit-and-miss crash course in Christopher Durang's comedy.

Andrew Neel and Heather Brotherston yuk it up.
Trestle's David Goldstein and Deanna Companion: Schmeater's first test.

Licking it into shape

Theater Schmeater's new artistic director plans big changes for a small venue.

Trestle's David Goldstein and Deanna Companion: Schmeater's first test.

Light a single candle

Politics and the personal are inextricable in David Hare's masterful play.

Lord have mercy

If you're looking for a brilliant exploration of assisted suicide, look elsewhere.

Love train

Pulp Vixens whip up some romance of the rails.

Love, honor, and . . . oh, boy

The perils of polygamy, according to David Hwang's new play Golden Child.

Megan Coleas Vivian Bearing: refusal to submit.

Making it look easy

A loving production of Martha Edson's new play.

Megan Coleas Vivian Bearing: refusal to submit.
A feminist writer shows some compassion for the other sex—at length.

Manpower(less)

Susan Faludi's new book gives men another chance.

A feminist writer shows some compassion for the other sex—at length.

Mars, alack!

Bret Fetzer's new play defies observation.