Archive for the ‘Theater and Stage’ Category

Posted by on Aug 16th, 2014

Review: “Angels in Amerca, Part One: Millennium Approaches” by Tony Kushner. Produced by Intiman Theatre Festival. Directed by Andrew Russell. »

Posted by on Aug 14th, 2014

Intiman Festival’s big gamble officially opens tonight, Thursday, August 14 as their production of  “Millennium Approaches” the first part of »

Posted by on Jul 11th, 2014

Cabaret Artist Victor Janusz tells “Obama Tales” and reveals his own “(Nordstrom) Mannequin Blues” in HANDS SOLO: Pianoman with six performances at »

Posted by on Jul 8th, 2014

Erica Peck is Oz, leader of the Rock’n Roll Rebels in Queen and Ben Elton’s We Will Rock You. See »

Posted by on Jul 7th, 2014

Sadly, Mr. Mercury is no longer with us and even his substitute Adam Lambert won’t be flitting around the stage »

Posted by on Jul 3rd, 2014

Why not extend the 4th of July holiday this year?  You can continue partying on Saturday night with us, at »

Posted by on Jun 24th, 2014

There are people that are more excited about the Cyndi Lauper portion of the “Cher/Cyndi Lauper” Concert at Key Arena »

Posted by on Jun 4th, 2014

Ian Bell’s Brown Derby Players have decided to dip into their vaults for their next public skewering of Pop Kulture. »

Posted by on May 29th, 2014

Review: Once. Music & Lyrics by Glen Hansard & Markéta Irglová. Book by Enda Walsh. Based on the film written & »

Posted by on May 9th, 2014

  Seattle theater lovers are agog AND atwitter over Intiman Theatre’s announced summer season for 2014 which consists solely of »

Posted by on May 3rd, 2014

As I’ve stated MANY times before, creating theater is hard. Creating new works of theater is VERY hard. Creating new musical »

Posted by on Apr 12th, 2014

One of Seattle’s most prestigious theater companies, the Tony Award winning SEATTLE REPERTORY THEATRE announced the productions for their 2014/2015 »

Posted by on Apr 10th, 2014

So much naughtiness in one theater building. Who would have ever thought we’d be saying that about ACT, Seattle’s beloved »

Posted by on Mar 15th, 2014

Two plays and a return visit from a beloved local burlesque show…here’s the poo on these Seattle area stage works »

Posted by on Mar 14th, 2014

Review: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. Book & Lyrics by Howard Ashman. Lyrics by Alan Menken. Based on the film by »

Posted by on Feb 6th, 2014

Laura Griffith has recently starred in both The Music Man and Candide (going backward in time) at the 5th Avenue Theatre, »

Posted by on Jan 31st, 2014

(It’s only the first month of the new year and I’m already getting behind on theatrical reviewing duties, so it’s »

Posted by on Jan 17th, 2014

Review: The Normal Heart by Larry Kramer. Produced by Strawberry Theatre Workshop. Directed by Sheila Daniels. With Greg Lyle-Newton, Rob »

Posted by on Jan 16th, 2014

Review: JERRY SPRINGER: THE OPERA. Music by Richard Thomas. Book & Lyrics by Stewart Lee & Richard Thomas. Produced by »

Posted by on Jan 16th, 2014

The gays are taking over Seattle area theaters in January…alert Westboro Baptist Church. No, we’re not talking about the ACTORS, »

Posted by on Jan 10th, 2014

One of my favorite parts of Seattle Gay Scene is covering theater and the opportunity to help create the Seattle »

Posted by on Jan 9th, 2014

It’s an exciting time of year for theater nerds. After the endless series of Holiday Themed Shows from Thanksgiving through »

Posted by on Jan 3rd, 2014

Review: EVITA. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Original Choreography by Rob Ashford. Directed by Michael Grandage. »

Posted by on Dec 17th, 2013

Larry Kramer’s powerful play about the early days of the AIDS crisis, “The Normal Heart” seemed destined to fade away »

Posted by on Dec 4th, 2013

What is between 8 and 15 years of age, eats constantly, sings, dances, acts, and needs constant supervision? The 48 »

Posted by on Nov 14th, 2013

Review: “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert” Book by Stephan Elliot & Allan Scott. Music & Lyrics by Various. Directed by »

Posted by on Nov 9th, 2013

Wade McCollum says that he has always enjoyed playing old women, and sometimes old men. He says, “I’ve always played »

Posted by on Nov 1st, 2013

A Tony-nominated play, Peter and the Starcatcher, has floated, on tour, into the Moore Theatre here in Seattle, but it’s »

Posted by on Oct 29th, 2013

Theatre Puget Sound’s Gregory Awards, honoring excellence in Seattle area theater, happened last night at The Neptune Theatre and our »

Posted by on Oct 23rd, 2013

You have  till November 3, 2013 to see a great rendition of the classic musical, Anything Goes! Touring from the Roundabout »

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