Recent Articles

Review

‘Alex and Aris’

Now playing at ACT: two fascinating historical figures, one huge missed opportunity.
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‘Hoodoo Love’

Blues and black magic at Sound Theatre Company
Profile

Meet Hisam Goueli

The doctor who became a burlesque dancer is now also a City Council candidate.
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Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street

ArtsWest serves a bloody good ode to codependence, class struggle, capitalism and pie.
Review

‘Money and Run’ Rides Again

The Schmee's beloved, Southern-fried theatre series gets a reprise.
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‘…And Starring Claire from Hollywood’

Macha Monkey's fun, fluffy new show misses the feminist mark.
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Macabre Delights of La Petite Mort

Peek into the eldritch pagan circus that is the 'Anthology of Erotic Esoterica.'
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‘Frozen’ at ArtsWest

Cool deliveries, serious blubbering, and the awful ordinariness of human evil.
Review

Skin Deep

Keiko Green’s clever play ‘Nadeshiko' never quite clicks into a cohesive whole.
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Harsh Realities in ‘Grounded’

A Seattle Public Theater production tackles modern warfare and the human heart.
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Everyone Has a Price

'Dry Powder,' running now at Seattle Rep, explores morality on Wall Street.