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“Somewhat Informed: Zodrow’s Performing Arts Column; Can Theater Handle a Transition to Online? Sort of.”

“Somewhat Informed: Zodrow’s Performing Arts Column; Can Theater Handle a Transition to Online? Sort of.”

May 15, 2020

Broadway.com streamed a live production of the 2013 comedy “Buyer and Cellar” on April 11. The Jonathan Tolins play has been...

Somewhat Informed: Zodrow’s Performing Arts Column: Use the Quarantine to Re-Discover the Art of Radio Plays

Somewhat Informed: Zodrow’s Performing Arts Column: Use the Quarantine to Re-Discover the Art of Radio Plays

May 6, 2020

With the Washington stay-at-home order extended for another month, many Seattle University students find themselves encountering...

Somewhat Informed: Zodrow’s Performing Arts Column; Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman,” the Greatest American Play

Somewhat Informed: Zodrow’s Performing Arts Column; Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman,” the Greatest American Play

May 5, 2020

The beauty of theater is both exceedingly illusive and profoundly lasting. There is no better play to convey this truth than 1949’s...

Somewhat Informed: Zodrow’s Performing Arts Column; “Ah, There's the Remote!

Somewhat Informed: Zodrow’s Performing Arts Column; “Ah, There’s the Remote!” How to Get Excited About Shakespeare During Quarantine.

May 5, 2020

Welcome to The Spectator’s new Performing Arts column! I’d like to start by offering some films that serve as a great introduction...

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