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How Do You Dance About Technology and Fascism?

Choreographers Kate Wallich and Alice Gosti Discuss Ambitious New Shows

Wayne Rawley's Live! From the Last Night of My Life Has Only Improved with Age

Same Cast, Same Crew, Same Script, Better Show

Indie Rock, Superhero Comics, and Death Pave the Road to Lizard Boy

The New Musical-That's-Not-a-Musical at Seattle Rep

We Are Proud... Is a Pressure Cooker of a Play

The Uncomfortable, Necessary Discussion of Race, Privilege, and Power

The Dream of the '90s Is Alive in New Century Theatre's Workplace Drama The Flick

Medium Beckett with Extra Butter

Controversial, Mind-Blowing Choreographer William Forsythe Returns to Pacific Northwest Ballet

Even if You Never, Ever Go to the Ballet, You Should See This

I Get Some Weird Mail, But...

Cafe Nordo's Quixotic Quest

Can a Dinner Theater Bring Its Pioneer Square Home Up to Code in Time for Curtain?

Re-bar at 25

Transgressive Performance, Dance-Floor-Packing DJs, and Kicking Nirvana Out of Their Own Party

The Problem with Diva Worship

My Embarrassing Encounter with Stephanie Blythe, Star of Seattle Opera’s Semele

Carousel Is a Super Weird Musical

But the 5th Ave Theatre Does It Beautifully

Heads Up: Carousel Is a Super Weird Musical

The Delightful, Deranged Macabre of Zapoi!

In This Russia, Summer Never Lasts and the Monster Always Wins

Beyond the Fringe (Festival) with Locally Grown

Low-Tech, Low-Budget, Lo-cal Theater

The Quaid-Quake Continues by Sexing Up Rupert Murdoch

Chekhov's Three Sisters Is a Cleaver of Doom

RIP, Actor and Director Christopher Zinovitch

Strawberry Theatre Workshop Inaugurates 12th Avenue Arts Main Stage with a Benevolent, Infectious Our Town

Amy Thone Shines in Iconic Play About Community Life

The Music of Black English in The Piano Lesson

Warning: August Wilson's Play Contains No Piano Lessons

Sprawl, WET's Campy 12th Avenue Arts Debut, Is a Pleasantly Diverting Swipe at the Disaster Genre

Catastrophe Reveals Human Nature in World-Premiere Play

Dame Edna Interviews Adrian Ryan About Her "Glorious Goodbye" Tour

Giga-Star Promises That This Is, in Fact, the End

If You Don't Like Jazz, You've Failed as an American, According to The Holler Sessions' Frank Boyd

One-Man Show Celebrates, Re-creates a Musical Epiphany

Brett Love's Top Ten Performances of 2014

Performance Regrets 2014

Brett Love Saw 270 Seattle Theater and Dance Performances in 2014. By Choice.

What the Hell Is His Problem?

Seattle Rep's Epic LBJ Play The Great Society Tries to Contain Too Much History in Too Little Time

A Brilliant Production That Suffers from Its Own Audacious Ambition
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