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‘The Rules of Charity’ blurs the line between caring and cruelty
August 10, 2018
Sound Theatre Company presents John Belluso's play of love, disability, resignation and rage.
‘She Kills Monsters’ Journeys into Grief and ’90s Nostalgia
August 6, 2018
Theater Schmeater powers up Qui Nguyen's play about life, death and Dungeons & Dragons.
‘Persimmon Nights’: Bulgogi and Buried Secrets at Cafe Nordo
July 17, 2018
Playwright Seayoung Yim whips this frothy drama into a concoction that feels both light enough for dinner theater and substantial enough to do her characters justice.
‘Family Matters’ at ReAct Theatre
July 9, 2018
The ending of Rachel Atkins’ new play can't overcome its early family-dramedy clichés.
The Unanswered Question of ‘Pageant’
June 18, 2018
There are a lot of things going for A Sensible Theatre Co.’s inaugural production, 'Pageant,' but the musical's glossy production can't overcome the dated material.
The Difficult Dichotomy of ‘How I Learned to Drive’
June 11, 2018
Strong lead performances anchor Strawberry Theater Workshop's production of Paula Vogel’s disturbing, ingratiating, Pulitzer-winning play.
Lewis and Clark Sing Their Way Through ‘Journey West!’
June 5, 2018
A wilder, more biting show lurks in the shell of this musical by Andrew Lee Creech.
You Can’t Stop ‘Hairspray’
May 30, 2018
Every element of this Village Theatre's staging has been coifed to perfection.
‘Hand to God’: The Sacred, the Profane and the Puppets at Seattle Public Theater
May 22, 2018
Kelly Kitchens directs an effervescent staging of the Tony-nominated black comedy.
A Warm ‘Welcome to Arroyo’s’
May 15, 2018
Theater Schmeater presents a likable but halting production of Kristoffer Diaz’s play.
Disquieting Sci-Fi on Stage in ‘Pilgrims’
May 8, 2018
Forward Flux presents the West Coast premiere of this play by Claire Kiechel.
In ‘Silhouette,’ Ambitious Desires Clash with Moral Dilemmas
May 1, 2018
Scotto Moore and Eddie DeHais's world-premiere, sci-fi a cappella musical is now running at Annex Theatre.
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