Thoughts about Dayna Hanson’s latest theatrical dance piece at On the Boards.
Category Archives: Performing Arts
Some thoughts on the relationship between choral music and modern dance.
The Cabiri return to the roots of their wintry Ghost Game series, with brilliant results.
An improvisation on the theme of the Salem Witch Trials, Blak Cloud offers a dark and disturbing evening–if the audience will go along for the ride.
Kymberlee della Luce writes of her experience with the Verbalists Storytelling Intensive.
A quick impression of the marvelous L’edition Française at The Triple Door.
Equality comes to the Seattle theater scene. At what price? Omar Willey schools you.
José Amador embeds himself in MAP’s Soft Click of a Switch and reveals the inner workings of the rehearsal process.
Just because we won’t be able to see as many productions at this year’s Fringe Festival as we want, doesn’t mean you have to miss out over the next couple of days. Jose Amador comments on the schedule and makes suggestions based on what looks intriguing.
José Amador offers his reviews of three productions taking place during this year’s Seattle Fringe Festival.