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“Mrs.Doubtfire” at the 5th is Undoubtedly Entertaining

January 6, 2020

Dusting off popular movies or shows and converting them into musicals has become its own subgenre over the past couple of decades...

Conduct of Life Handling Sensitive Material in Art

Conduct of Life: Handling Sensitive Material in Art

November 14, 2018

“This play contains graphic sexual violence and assault; If you unable to attend this performance for any reason please leave...


Eclectic Theater Takes Its Final Bow at Current Venue

November 15, 2017

Known for uniting the Capitol Hill neighborhood by producing original works written by local playwrights, the Eclectic Theater close...

Alumni Hit the Stage With D1 Improv

May 10, 2017

“Improv does not leave you after college. The sense of community within the D1 group is strong, and us teammates form close...

‘Arcadia’: Time Traveling Through Romance

Joe Ignoffo, Author

May 21, 2014

For those interested in viewing time and space through multiple perspectives, look no further than “Arcadia.” The show premiered at Seattle Public Theater this weekend at the Green Lake Bathhouse. Written by Tom Stoppard, “Arcadia” narrates two stories, one set in the early 19th century, in conjunction with the other, set in present day....

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