Rachel Gallaher fell into interiors writing when she applied for an internship at a local shelter magazine three years ago. Now she reports on Pacific Northwest design for recently launched GRAY magazine and covers performing arts for City Arts. Worst design trend in history? Shag carpet in the bathroom—gross!

Recent Articles


‘The Things Are Against Us’

A moody, disjointed world premiere play from Washington Ensemble Theatre.

‘Industrial Ballet’ is Kate Wallich’s Best Work Yet

The one-night show packed the Moore Theatre last Saturday for a beautifully choreographed assault on the senses.

Taste Test with Stephanie Gailing

Astrologer Stephanie Gailing guides clients towards clarity, joy and creativity.

Melt Into a Modern ‘Roméo et Juliette’

At PNB, the story of Romeo and Juliet focuses on love over tragedy.

Trisha Brown’s Last Dances

The visionary choreographer's company performs her proscenium works for the last time

‘Titus Andronicus’ is a Bloody Triumph

Seattle Shakespeare Company stages the Bard's goriest play.

Out of the Shadows

Balanchine’s ‘The Nutcracker’ Shines at PNB

Still Soaring

Chef Jason Stratton recalibrates his trajectory.

Joe Is a Sad, Sad Loser

Findlay//Sandsmark's multimedia show at On the Boards explored technology, nostalgia and more.

‘Emergence’ Reigns Supreme

Crystal Pite's spectacular work anchors an impressive evening of modern dance at PNB.

‘Bloomsday’ Proves That Not All Ghosts Are Dead

Steven Dietz's time-bending, James Joyce-inspired play premieres at ACT.

Whim W’Him’s ‘Choreographic Shindig’

Work from three different choreographers kicks of the dance company's sixth season.