New work playing at 12th Avenue Arts was semifinalist for the 2017 Eugene O’Neill Playwrights Conference but underwent some changes before the theater group, launched by three college friends, brought the show here.
A black man, a white woman and a cruelly indifferent cop — Theater Schmeater’s “Statements After an Arrest Under the Immorality Act” is a dimly...
Despite best efforts of able cast, Pony World Theatre production by eight local playwrights suffers from superficiality, writes critic Misha Berson.
Voters are rejecting a proposal to create a new King County sales tax to fund access to arts, science and heritage programs.
Performance picks for July 28-Aug 3.
National Theatre’s production of “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” at the Paramount stuns with inventive design and entertaining storytelling, writes critic...
While Taproot Theatre’s world-premiere musical captures the wit of Jane Austen’s novel, the romantic chemistry falls a bit flat, writes critic Dusty Somers.
A mythic tale of potions, charms, musical ambitions and liberation from victimhood.
Performance Picks for July 21-27: finding the silver linings in angst, from UMO’s “Resistance Cabaret” to “Cthulhu: The Musical” to the funeral-home musical “Fun Home.”
A review of the high-impact, 2015 Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, which has arrived in a faithful tour at the 5th Avenue Theatre for its first...