Tag Archive: act-seattle
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SEATTLE REVIEW: ACT’s Production of QUEEN Explores Truth And Compromise Through The Science Of Bees

This is the obligatory spoiler warning.  As this play is in performances in Seattle and most of my readership is Midwest-based, I'm going to talk in depth about the plot ...
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SEATTLE REVIEW: Brief Shining Moments – 14/48’s Celebration Of Immediate Theatre

Whenever I come to Seattle, I immediately check out the ACT Theatre website to see what new shows are gracing their stages.  Well, actually I have delicious Indian food (Daawat ...
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SEATTLE REVIEW: Homo Away From Home For The Holidays

I've never really thought of myself as the Holiday entertainment sort, but perhaps it's just because I haven't found the right holiday entertainment to trim my tree and tickle my ...
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SEATTLE REVIEW: BenDeLaCreme Brings Halloween Hilarity With BEWARE THE TERROR AT GAYLORD MANOR

On my last trip to Seattle, I was tickled to see that not only was Ben DeLaCreme doing a new show (I had seen her Inferno-A-Go-Go on one of my ...
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SEATTLE REVIEW: The Fallen Hero, The Women, And The Problem Of Passion In ACT’s FOOL FOR LOVE

Synchronicity can be a real bitch. Prepping for another trip to Seattle, I of course popped over to the ACT website to see if there were any shows running.  I saw ...
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REVIEW: A White Man’s Love Letter To Jazz, THE HOLLER SESSIONS Is Problematic, Unexpectedly Touching

I almost always arrive super early for shows, especially if they are general admission, so that I can choose my seat based on comfort, convenience, sight lines - that kind ...
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REVIEWS: Danger In The Construction Zone – Theresa Rebeck’s DOWNSTAIRS Is Chilling, Thoughtful

Usually I make pretty light of spoiler alerts (how do you write a review without giving away information about the show? How do you anticipate what any one person might ...

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