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TSB interview: Jinkx Monsoon talks to us about The Vaudevillians, The Inevitable Album, and what’s next

02 Oct 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Theatre

At ACT, “The Invisible Hand” delivers

23 Sep 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Theatre

Opera on Tap’s “Speed Dating Tonight!” makes operatic fun for drinkers

18 Sep 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Theatre

TSB interview: Fussy Cloud Puppet Slam talks about Bumbershoot, what “adult puppetry” means, and a lot more

26 Aug 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Intiman’s Angels: Required Viewing Without Rapture

23 Aug 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

Existential Dread Wants to be Funny

22 Aug 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

Tonight: Two “Almost Live!” alums return to Seattle, bring comedy to the Triple Door

21 Aug 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Theatre

Victor Janusz tells his own story with humor and song in Hands Solo: Pianoman

23 Jul 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Music, Theatre

For better or worse, Family Affair feels like, yes, family

17 Jul 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Passing Strange Is At Least Two-Thirds Awesome

16 Jun 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

“The Price” Isn’t Right

07 Jun 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

Ideas abound at the second annual SOAP Fest

05 Jun 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Leaping Time on a River Dammed and Diverted

18 May 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

Implausibly Smart Comedy at Annex Theatre in “Chaos Theory”

17 May 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

The Tales of Hoffmann, An Operatic Delight

16 May 2014 by Michelle Scharlock in Theatre

A Dangerous World Viewed Best From Afar

09 May 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

Love, Boats, Dystopia: Satori Brings a World to Life in Returning to Albert Joseph

06 May 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf: Still Blowing Us Away After All These Years

27 Apr 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

Winners and Losers Is A Bare Knuckled Knockout

25 Apr 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

“Ernest Shackleton Loves Me” Kicks Out Your No Good Baby-Daddy

20 Apr 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

Bumbershoot unveils its non-music, non-comedy lineup…and we have it

16 Apr 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Arts & Entertainment, Literature, Theatre, Visual Arts

Myopia and Moral Neutrality in WET’s The Edge of Our Bodies

03 Apr 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Theatre

Vanya By Way of Beckett is Inventive and Imperfect

28 Mar 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

TSB interview: Seattle Men’s Chorus’s Executive Director on Totally Wicked and more

27 Mar 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

Secrets, lies, love, death, and family dysfunction are ready for their close up in Royal Blood

25 Mar 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Theatre

Talking About Intimacy From A Distance

08 Mar 2014 by StefanDW in Dance, Theatre

ACT’s A Christmas Carol is Good Enough

08 Dec 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

The Clay Duke Finds The Human in Tragedy at On The Boards

07 Dec 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Music, Theatre

Daughter of the Regiment: A Lighthearted Opera That’s a Total Romp

21 Oct 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

Cafe Nordo Revisits The Modern American Chicken

16 Oct 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Please Don’t Encourage Them — Sugar Daddies at ACT

16 Oct 2013 by Courtney Meaker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

The Wizard of Oz‘s Dorothy Glows at the Paramount (and Your Little Dog Too)

14 Oct 2013 by Scott G in ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Blak Cloud: Where the Audience Decides Which Witch Burns

07 Oct 2013 by Rachel Breiwick in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

Solid Performance, Predictable Story: Broke-ology at Seattle Public Theatre

04 Oct 2013 by Courtney Meaker in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo

18 Sep 2013 by Courtney Meaker in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

Heartbreak and Hilarity at ACT’s Middletown

16 Sep 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Bumbershoot 2013 Day 2: Music and Comedy

02 Sep 2013 by Audrey in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

Day 1 Comedy: Bumbershoot 2013

01 Sep 2013 by Audrey in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

The SunBreak’s Bumbershoot 2013 Picks

30 Aug 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

Annex’s “Precious Little” Offers A Lot

21 Aug 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

In the Nordic-West, Seattle Opera’s “Ring” Fills a Great Hall

08 Aug 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

A Steampunk “Clockwork Professor” with Roombas Gone Wrong

02 Aug 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

Home Field Advantage Doesn’t Hurt An Excellent “Doubt”

01 Aug 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

A “Gruesome” Twist on Romance from Azeotrope

24 Jul 2013 by Courtney Meaker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

ACT’s “Rapture, Blister, Burn” Tries to Have It All

20 Jul 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

In “The Gondoliers,” Gilbert & Sullivan Patter Song Visits Venice

27 Jun 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

Down in the Dirt with the 2013 Northwest New Works Festival

20 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, Dance, Music, Theatre

Book-It’s “Financial Lives of the Poets” Stays on the Shelf

20 Jun 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

A Photography Show Tries to Fit Seattle’s Theatre Scene into the Frame

19 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre, Visual Arts

Act 1, Scene 1: A One-Act Play Festival Begins

13 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

A Tell-All Memoirist Comes Home in “Other Desert Cities” at ACT

07 Jun 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

On the Attraction of “Tall Skinny Cruel Cruel Boys” at Washington Ensemble

05 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Swept Away by a Blissful Tide of Words at New City’s “Homebody”

31 May 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

Saint Genet’s Paradise is a Place Where Nothing Ever Happens

17 May 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Mike Daisey: Are You Trying to Seduce Me, Ayn Rand?

10 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Mike Daisey Takes on Ayn Rand, Utopias, and the Moon

08 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Two Women on the Verge in “Suor Angelica” & “Voix Humaine”

07 May 2013 by RVO in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

Tough Guys and Oxtail Chili at Café Nordo’s “Smoked!”

06 May 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

Mike Daisey Unmasks Our “American Utopias” at Seattle Rep

02 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Breathtaking “Black Watch” Brings Magic to All-Too-Familiar Tragedy of War

30 Apr 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

This “Hairy Ape” is a Milquetoast Monster

26 Apr 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

Chaotic, Melodramatic, Western Musical Seeks an Audience that Can Keep Up

26 Apr 2013 by Courtney Meaker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

A Conversation with Mezzo Soprano Rosalind Plowright

24 Apr 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, Music, Theatre

Washington Ensemble Theatre’s “Smudge” is a Blip Onstage

22 Apr 2013 by Audrey in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

Balagan’s “August: Osage County” Makes Its Lemonade from American Lemons

11 Apr 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

See the World Through K.’s Eyes at New Century’s Creepy, Erotic “Trial”

10 Apr 2013 by Courtney Meaker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

At OtB, an “Untitled Feminist Show” Questions Your Authority

05 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Dance, Theatre

Vespertine Opera’s Playful Les Mamelles de Tirésias at Columbia City Theater

04 Apr 2013 by Margaret Higginson in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

Seattle Really, Really Likes “Grey Gardens”

02 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV, Music, Theatre

From “Master Harold” to “Mud,” Small Shows Deliver Big

29 Mar 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

“Grey Gardens” & the American Songbook of Dysfunction at ACT

26 Mar 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

Macha Monkey’s “Cliffhouse” Loses Its Grip

25 Mar 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Lighting a Way Toward a Mother’s Death, and Life, with Itai Erdal

22 Mar 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

“Love’s Labour’s Lost” is a Win for Seattle Shakespeare Company

18 Mar 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

No Offense, “Good People” Speaks Truth at Seattle Rep

14 Mar 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Jet City Improv Ventures into Gilbert & Sullivan Giddiness

08 Mar 2013 by Margaret Higginson in Arts & Entertainment, Music, Theatre

Teatro Zinzanni’s “Dinner at Wotan’s” Takes Acrobatics to Valhalla

08 Mar 2013 by Margaret Higginson in Arts & Entertainment, Music, Theatre

Satori Groups’ “reWilding” Embraces the Anxiety of Hiding Out

06 Mar 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

An Off the Boards Discussion of Annie Dorsen’s “A Piece of Work”

28 Feb 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

A “La Bohème” at the Seattle Opera That’s to Die For

27 Feb 2013 by Margaret Higginson in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

Home-Grown Rock Musical “These Streets” Gets it Right

26 Feb 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

At On the Boards, A Piece of Work Challenges Noble Reason, Finite Faculty

23 Feb 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

“Bohème” and Rhinemaidens in Harnesses – Oh My!

22 Feb 2013 by Margaret Higginson in Arts & Entertainment, Music, Theatre

“Photograph 51″ Finds New Drama in Race to Double Helix

14 Feb 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Theater Schmeater Takes on McDonagh’s Brutal “Behanding in Spokane”

14 Feb 2013 by Courtney Meaker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

A Stunning, Audacious War Horse at the Paramount

14 Feb 2013 by Seth Kolloen in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

Welcome to the Hamletmachine, Says Annie Dorsen

12 Feb 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

New “Heron and the Salmon Girl” Opera Begins an “Our Earth” Cycle

07 Feb 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

Love Songs and Negotiations from She She Pop and Their Fathers

03 Feb 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

“Undo” at Annex Theatre on Things You Can’t Take Back

31 Jan 2013 by Courtney Meaker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Adventuresome Forms Take Shape at Sandbox Radio Live!

30 Jan 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Music, Theatre

An Astonishing Vision of Chekhov’s “Seagull” at ACT

25 Jan 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Gypsy Rose Lee Award-Winners in Local Theatre Announced

25 Jan 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

Village Theatre Devises a Better “Mousetrap”

18 Jan 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Gypsy Rose Lee Nominations Announced

15 Jan 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

Seattle Opera’s Eye-Popping “La Cenerentola” Adds Twist to the Tail

14 Jan 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

The Book of Mormon Will Teach You: “Africa is nothing like The Lion King!”

12 Jan 2013 by Scott G in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

“Rats” Invade Opera House for Cenerentola in Seattle

10 Jan 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

Calling in “The Wisemen” on a Wayward Spirit of Christmas

20 Dec 2012 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

Get Intimate With “Ballard House Duet” at Washington Ensemble

12 Dec 2012 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

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