We survey the performing arts scene this week with some recommendations and reservations.
Category Archives: Performing Arts
We close out February with what seems like a relatively rave weekend; however, there are a couple of notable events in the offing…
Marija Vice is on the scene to review the latest from Seattle Repertory Theatre.
José on the performing arts beat.
Rosalind Bell on directing: “What is on the stage now at Broadway Center For The Performing Arts is the gift of collaboration [that] Claude Purdy gave to me from the very first time I entered his rehearsal room (“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” by August Wilson) at The American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, 1986, straight past 20 years and countless miles of working on words that matter.”
José puts a spotlight on this week’s performing arts, with a special emphasis upon burlesque and comedy–because it’s Valentine’s Day weekend, of course.
Thoughts on Rachel Atkins’ play, Black Like Us, at Annex Theatre.
This busy week in performing arts around Seattle gets musical and magical.
As is bound to happen here at This Week, the week just happens to be dominated with Theater events, but we’ll get to that later.
“When we tell stories, if we tell them well, our audience can’t help but imagine themselves in our shoes. That’s what story does, it creates a shared experience.”