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With “The Boy Who Kissed the Sky” opening Seattle Children’s Theatre’s season, Idris Goodwin is ready to introduce Seattle to his artistic vision.
The Halloween season offers plenty of chances for haunts and frights. Here are some local experiences to consider as you plan your October outings.
José Rivera's play, through the use of magical realism, plays with the concept of time, and the effect love can have on it.
“The Griswolds’ Broadway Vacation” is making its world premiere at the 5th Avenue Theatre. Here's how that helps the show as it turns its eyes toward Broadway.
In a Seattle run that aims to be a precursor to a Broadway stint, "Broadway Vacation" starts out hot before starting to lose its way.
Seattle's theaters have made strides in diversifying whose work is shown on area stages. What progress does a deeper dive into the upcoming season show?
Tarell Alvin McCraney's "Choir Boy" aims to make space to explore masculinity through the world of young Black men in an all-male prep school's renowned choir.
The top-grossing American play in Broadway history, James Baldwin’s earliest play, a 5th Avenue “Vacation” and more highlight a vibrant fall theater slate.
Theaters have adjusted rehearsal schedules to create a healthier work environment. What does that mean for theatermakers and the works you see onstage?
Intimacy work in theater goes beyond staging moments of physical intimacy. It extends to caring for actors of color as they prepare to take the stage.
Most of ACT's board of trustees collectively stepped down to make way for a new, more collaborative, board structure. What does that look like?
The world-premiere play focuses on Tse, playwright Roger W. Tang's take on a real-life 19th-century pirate.
As inflation makes money tight, here are affordable ways to enjoy the Seattle area's rich arts-and-culture scene, including free movies, concerts and more.
The political and social landscape has shifted drastically since "Hamilton" hit the Broadway stages in 2015. So what does that mean for the newest rendition?
Shifts in national playwriting programs and multi-theater collaborations could mean the city is "perfectly positioned" to support a thriving fringe theater scene as well as crowd-pleasing hi…
Adam Immerwahr and Laura Lee are Village Theatre’s new artistic director and first managing director.
Whether this is your first time seeing the Broadway megahit or your fifth, these tidbits will show you a new side of the Tony-winning musical.
Richard Nguyen Sloniker's take on Agatha Christie's classic detective lights up Taproot's stage as he attempts to solve a murder mystery.
"Hadestown," the 2019 Tony Award-winning best musical, sets down in Seattle, showing the power of art in the face of society's biggest problems.
This production from ArtsWest and Pork Filled Productions features a fun script from Julia Izumi and a clever design that doesn't quite stick the landing.
Book-It Repertory Theatre adapts Amy Tan's "The Bonesetter's Daughter," opening the door for audiences to consider the role of legacy and lineage in their lives.
Two critics discuss Seattle Rep's new musical about the behind-the-scenes struggles faced by Steven Spielberg and the team behind the 1975 movie "Jaws."
Washington's Heritage Arts Apprenticeship Program partners master teachers and apprentices to hand down culturally specific artistic traditions.
Two years into concerted efforts to make theater a more anti-racist industry, some progress has been made. But the work needs to continue as theaters reopen.
“Riverwood,” co-produced by LANGSTON and Seattle Public Theater, follows the lives of five people directly affected by gentrification.
Many companies have moved back inside, but there's still great variety for anyone looking to experience performances in the open air this summer.
ACT's production of Lynn Nottage's Pulitzer-winning play finally takes the stage after its 2020 cancellation, reminding audiences to know who is on your side.
Featuring work from six local artists and a new development process, “And So That Happened ...” looks to find hope in the events of the last two years.
Leah Nanako Winkler's parody of "white people by the water" plays takes on the works of Chekhov and Shepard, but Intiman's take falls short of coalescing.
Sylvia Khoury's "Selling Kabul" gives actor Yousof Sultani a chance to tell a story deeply connected to his family and the people in Afghanistan.
Crediting Seattle with setting the stage for her growth as a writer, Yim's win puts her name on the national scene.