A World of Excuses: The Oregon Trail
Thoughts on postmodernism, fatalism, and community theater. A typical review from Omar Willey.
If You’re Born on an Island, The Ocean Heals You: Jacob Jonas The Company’s Crash and Other Works
Omar Willey travels to exotic Edmonds for his first dance review since quarantine.
Nora Torches the Night
A musical cabaret play by Dennis Nyback.
How to Prevent Raptors
Po’try by P’am C’arter.
Health Guru Promotes New “Social Distancing Diet” of Turkey, Beans and Yam
For Nietzsche, Life’s Ultimate Question Was: “Does it Dance?”
Kimerer LaMothe on Nietzsche and his passion for meaning through dance.
Philosophy of the Ultimate Revolution: 1984
Omar Willey pens some thoughts on the production of 1984 at 18th & Union.
How a Radical Form of Accessibility is Pushing the Boundaries of Theater Performance
Change the audience; change theater. Carla Rice and Kayla Besse take a lesson from disability arts.
“Maybe just a ghost,” you say and forget about it. I stopped talking, then the Sunday Comics are talking to my nail stinging. I can snatch out; so cold, lost parts they are stinging me so cold.
Gender Tender’s Melted Riot at Velocity
Observations and ruminations on Gender Tender’s Melted Riot, a meditation on the cultural flotsam and impact of the Stonewall Inn Riots on their 50th anniversary.
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