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Seattle Repertory Theatre
2015-04-16

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Seattle Rep
2015-04-16

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Seattle Shakespeare
2015-04-08

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Seattle Public Theatre
2015-04-06

· Best of Enemies
Taproot Theatre
2015-04-06

· Live! From the Last Night of My Life
Theatre22
2015-04-06

· The Most Deserving
Theater Schmeater
2015-03-23

· Jacques Brel is Alive and Well…
ACT / 5th Avenue Theatre
2015-03-16

· Next To Normal
SecondStory Repertory
2015-03-14

· 2015 Young Playwrights Festival
ACT
2015-03-09

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YER CHEATIN' HEART
Libertinis
YER CHEATIN’ HEART takes us to Hope Springs - a dried-up tumbleweed of a town that can still remember the good ol’ days of thriving enterprise and sunlit promise. As the town decays around the very people who love it most, a desperate soul guns down the only chance Hope Springs has of resurrection. Searching for justice and led by instinct, a scrappy bar owner and a wanna-be cowboy have no choice but to take justice into their own hands - and learn that mercy has no business in a place like Hope Springs.
 
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Monday, April 06 2015


ALICE IN WONDERLAND COMES TO STONE SOUP
Stone Soup Theatre
This year marks the 150th anniversary of Alice in Wonderland and Stone Soup Theatre is delighted to present a bewildering and fascinating texture of his story; half adventure, half chop-logic and shrewd caricature. Everyone is familiar with Alice’s antic adventures, and they are here – but with an interesting difference that will delight the young and the young at heart. An Alice for all ages.
 
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Monday, April 06 2015


VILLAGE THEATRE: 2015-2016 SEASON
Village Theatre
Village Theatre invites you to its 2015-2016 Season, announced today by Artistic Director Steve Tomkins. The lineup includes: Snapshots, a new musical scrapbook featuring the music of Stephen Schwartz, creator of Wicked; My Fair Lady, the glamorous Lerner-Loewe musical classic; Crimes of the Heart, a Southern Gothic comedy; My Heart Is the Drum, a spirited new coming-of-age musical set in Ghana; and Billy Elliot, the smash Broadway hit with music by Elton John.
 
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Saturday, March 14 2015


THE MAGIC, GLITZ, AND WIT OF BROADWAY
Songbird and Raven
The history of American theater, laid bare! (And covered in glitter!) Broadway Babes: A Burlesque Tribute to the Great White Way will trace the history of musical theater at Annex Theatre on March 20th and 21st. This polished, glitzy show explores everything from outdated "decency" laws, to tap dancing, to race politics, to Phantom of the Opera, and so much more. Featuring quadruple-threat performers adept at singing, acting, dancing, AND stripping!
 
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Sunday, February 22 2015


NO WAY TO TREAT A LADY
Village Theatre
No Way To Treat A Lady, the theatrically charged new musical about a cunning yet charming serial killer, makes its mainstage Village Theatre debut on March 19, 2015 in Issaquah. The cat-and-mouse detective thriller is rounded out with a little romance, a lot of laughs, and an upbeat score full of catchy melodies and quick-witted lyrics.
 
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Sunday, February 22 2015


2014 GYPSY ROSE LEE AWARDS
Spotlight
Seattle Theater Writers critics’ circle is pleased to present the nomination slate of the fourth annual Gypsy Rose Lee Awards, theater awards devoted to recognizing excellence across the economic spectrum of professional Seattle theaters in the prior calendar year.
 
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Friday, January 09 2015


ACT WINTER EVENTS
ACT
From A Christmas Carol to Cat on a Hot Tin Roof ACT has so many events coming up it is hard to keep track of all of them.
 
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Monday, December 15 2014


TOSCA AT SEATTLE OPERA
Spotlight
This January, Seattle Opera heats up the winter with one of the most fiery melodramas of all time: Tosca. In this tale, an opera diva must save the man she loves from the clutches of the lecherous police chief whose lust for the leading lady is as strong as his hunger for power. The ultimate, high-stakes love triangle takes audiences on a full-throttle ride toward a shocking and heartbreaking conclusion.
 
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Thursday, November 20 2014


MIDNIGHTS AT THE ELECTRIC BLUE ANGEL
Spotlight
When Jefferson, a seminary student at a small Bible college, starts to obsess over an adult film actress, the two begin to meet in their dreams. For Jenny, it's a chance to escape a life of objectification and abuse. But soon their dreams begin to impact reality, breaking up Jefferson's well-ordered world and adding to the chaos of Jenny's life.
 
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Sunday, November 16 2014


A DELICATE BALANCE
Theatre 9/12
Winner of the 1967 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Edward Albee's A Delicate Balance is a sharp, witty examination of a dysfunctional American family. Agnes and Tobias, a long-married suburban couple, find the delicate balance of their existence threatening to topple when they wind up with a house full of uninvited guests, including an alcoholic sister, an adult daughter fresh off her fourth marriage, and two lifelong friends seeking sanctuary from an unnamed terror. Pushed to their breaking point, the couple's many well-mannered and well-masked feelings finally erupt. Playing January 23 - February 14, 2015. Directed by Charles Waxberg.
 
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Sunday, November 16 2014


CARPATHIAN DAWN
Spotlight
On the heels of their sold out Halloween-themed run, the critically acclaimed Seattle-based performance troupe The Cabiri will next partner with the Radost Folk Ensemble to present four performances of Carpathian Dawn at the SANCA Annex in Seattle’s trendy Georgetown neighborhood. Audiences will be transported east of Eden to the dawn of Carpathia. Through contemporary and folkloric dance, these talented artists bring ancient tales from the land of Rus to life. This family-friendly production uses dance, aerial silks, hoops and dance trapeze to weave stunning visual tales from Slavic folklore.
 
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Friday, November 14 2014


HORSE GIRLS
Annex Theatre
The exclusive members of the Lady Jean Ladies meet every week to discuss their precious ponies. Until today. Featuring an all-female cast, Horse Girls is a dark comedic take on friendship, obsession, and what happens when our carefully constructed worlds spin out of our control. Just remember: No one will ever love you like a fellow horse girl can love you.
 
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Thursday, November 13 2014


KURT BEATTIE TO RETIRE AFTER 12 CELEBRATED SEASONS
ACT
A Contemporary Theatre Board President Colin Chapman announces that Artistic Director Kurt Beattie will retire at the end of ACT’s 2015 50th Anniversary Season and will be succeeded byJohn Langs, a nationally recognized theatre artist who has served as ACT’s Associate Artistic Director since 2013. Beattie, ACT’s Artistic Director since 2003, will assume the role of Artistic Director Emeritus upon his retirement, stewarding long-term projects already in development as well as acting and directing in upcoming seasons.
 
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Monday, November 10 2014


FAST COMPANY
Spotlight
When cons are the family business, watch your back – because it’s not just about the score, it’s about who you can trust! Pork Filled Productions is proud to present the Northwest premiere of Fast Company by Carla Ching, directed by Amy Poisson (These Streets, The Clockwork Professor), at the Theatre Off Jackson (409 7th Ave. S., Seattle), November 1 to 22, 2014.

 
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Tuesday, September 02 2014


PAST CURFEW WITH YOUNG AMERICANS'
Young Americans' Theatre Company

The Young Americans’ Theatre company is Seattle’s only entirely youth run theater company. Every summer we produce a full season, including a festival of one acts and two main stage shows. The Young Americans’ Theatre Company is dedicated to producing work that speaks to, inspires, and authentically provokes discussion within the young Seattle community.


 
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Monday, July 14 2014



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