Archive for the ‘Theater and Stage’ Category

Posted by on Nov 13th, 2014

While you may not know the name Billy Strayhorn, it’s likely that you know of his work, especially if you’re »

Posted by on Oct 23rd, 2014

(Note: that header made me snort out loud….) Is it the last Brown Derby Player cinematic travesty of the season? »

Posted by on Oct 20th, 2014

It’s Seattle’s version of the Tony Awards…tonight, Monday, October 20th the Seattle theater community gathers at The Moore Theater for »

Posted by on Oct 20th, 2014

Actor/dancer Ricky Schroeder gets all dolled up as one of Lola’s Angels in Kinky Boots. in the 1st national tour »

Posted by on Oct 17th, 2014

Review: Kinky Boots. Book by Harvey Fierstein. Music & Lyrics by Cyndi Lauper. Based on the film of the same »

Posted by on Oct 16th, 2014

Review: The Vaudevillians. A Musical Review conceived, written and staged by Richard Andriessen and Jerick Hoffer. With Jinkx Monsoon (Jerick »

Posted by on Oct 8th, 2014

What started as a friendship developed between classes at Cornish College of the Arts which led to a quirky cabaret »

Posted by on Sep 30th, 2014

Copious Love Productions kicks off their third season with the psychological fuck-fest, Alice’s Anthem. Written by Chelsea Madsen with music »

Posted by on Sep 16th, 2014

Another last minute reminder about a delicious treat that’s happening tonight, Tuesday, September 16. This one’s a staged reading of »

Posted by on Sep 16th, 2014

Review: The Mountaintop by Katori Hall. Produced by ArtsWest Playhouse. Directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton. With Reginald Andrè Jackson and Brianne »

Posted by on Sep 13th, 2014

It’s September and the dreary, draggy theatrical dog days of summer are done and every theater company in Seattle is »

Posted by on Sep 12th, 2014

A Chorus Line at the 5thAvenue Theatre is an exhilarating show. It gives you a personal glimpse into the magic »

Posted by on Sep 4th, 2014

Fuggedabout the football. Choosy seekers of divine entertainment will be heading to Re-bar tonight, tomorrow or Saturday (September 4-6) for »

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 »

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