The Difficult Dichotomy of ‘How I Learned to Drive’
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!’
A wilder, more biting show lurks in the shell of this musical by Andrew Lee Creech.
You Can’t Stop ‘Hairspray’
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
Kelly Kitchens directs an effervescent staging of the Tony-nominated black comedy.
A Warm ‘Welcome to Arroyo’s’
Theater Schmeater presents a likable but halting production of Kristoffer Diaz’s play.
Disquieting Sci-Fi on Stage in ‘Pilgrims’
Forward Flux presents the West Coast premiere of this play by Claire Kiechel.
In ‘Silhouette,’ Ambitious Desires Clash with Moral Dilemmas
Scotto Moore and Eddie DeHais's world-premiere, sci-fi a cappella musical is now running at Annex Theatre.
Thrilling, Mesmerizing, Discomfiting: ‘An Octoroon’ at ArtsWest
Every element of this production works in concert to live up to the play’s complexities.
The Horse in Motion’s Site-Specific, Split-Psyche ‘Hamlet’
This immersive production cleaves the Danish prince's damaged psyche in half and watches the innards wriggle.
Dick Jokes and Gender Roles in ‘The Country Wife’
Rachel Atkins' adaptation of the Restoration comedy is now running at Theater Schmeater. If you’re going to revive a historically notable but artistically and/or morally dubious work, this is the way to go about it
Parallel, Imperfect Lives in ‘The Happiest Song Plays Last’ at Theatre22
This final play in Pulitzer winner Quiara Alegría Hudes’ Elliot Trilogy has a lot to live up to.
Excavating Dysfunction in ‘Big Rock’
A stealth protagonist disrupts Sonya Schneider's new father-daughter drama 'Big Rock.'