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The Pacing Is Slow, but the Pathos of brownsville song (b-side for tray) Is Undeniable

I Turned Into a Puddle of Heart-Melt by the End

Noel Fielding Does America

The Mighty Boosh Star Finally Bring His Theatrical Stage Show to Seattle

I Don't Love a Parade

The Paradox of The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart

A Play About Cheap Fun Is Neither as Fun nor as Cheap as Cheap Fun

The Best Theater, Dance, and Comedy Events in Seattle This Spring

Picks from Seattle Art and Performance

What's in Your Dressing Room, Robbie Turner?

We're Not Just Rooting for Robbie Turner to Win the New Season of RuPaul's Drag Race Because She's Our Local Girl—We're Rooting for Her Because She Is So Damn Talented

Do Presidential Assassins Have a Right to Be Happy?

There has never been a better time to stage Assassins, the Sondheim musical about presidential shooters, delusions of grandeur, and the ugly side of the American dream.

The Multiversal Appeal of Constellations

Great Valentine's Day Theater for Pop-Sci Nerds—In Other Words, All of Seattle

The Richy Awards Have Just Been Announced!

As a Former Jehovah's Witness, I Seethed with Jealousy at The Book of Mormon

They Could Never Make a Musical This Good About the Religion I Was Raised Under

The Stranger's Christmas Show Review Revue!

Reviews of The Nutcracker, SnowGlobed, For Christmas, and the Dina Martina Christmas Show

Wait, On the Boards Has a Writer in Residence Now?

Yes, yes they do. Meet the contemporary performance space's first writer in residence, Claudia La Rocco.

As an Austrian, I Am Baffled by America's Love for The Sound of Music

And no, I will not be flying from Vienna to Seattle to see the 5th Avenue Theatre's new production. If you go see it, here are a couple things to keep in mind.
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