The Spectator

Love and Information: A Student-Directed Show

May 15, 2019

Seattle University’s theatre department puts on a wide variety of unique shows during the course of the school year, but one...

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“I Couldn’t Be More in Love” With the 1975’s Live Shows

May 1, 2019

In between two new albums, The 1975 are back on tour in North America and made a stop at the Washington Music (WaMu) Theater last...

Moe’s to Neumos: A Venue stands the Test of Time

Bri Ganzon, Author

May 3, 2018

The smell of late night Seattle street dogs, rainbow crosswalks, eccentric fashion and assortment of coffee shops that aren’t all Starbucks are all elements that capture the essence of of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. In the constantly changing city landscape, there is one venue that has stood the test of time for over two decades: Neumos. It h...

Critic’s Corner: Not Your Typical Protagonist

Rania Kaur, Author

January 31, 2018

Brace yourselves, it’s “The End of the Fucking World” in Net ix’s British dark comedy recently released to the U.S. Based on Charles Foreman’s comic book series, the show follows a self-diagnosed psychopath and his girlfriend who he plans to kill as they embark on a road trip. Though the series was released in the U.K. around Halloween...

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