A World of Excuses: The Oregon Trail
Thoughts on postmodernism, fatalism, and community theater. A typical review from Omar Willey.
How to Prevent Raptors
Po’try by P’am C’arter.
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.
Youth Find Hope for the Future Through Documentary Play
In an often hopeless world, international youth find hope through the social medium of theater. Kathleen Gallagher on the scene.
The Devil Returns to Seattle: Master and Margarita
Omar Willey contemplates the changes of 22 years, via Theater Simple’s remount of Master and Margarita.
‘What the Hell is a “Aguey”?’: An Exit Interview with Jose “Two Tongue” Amador
Who will conduct brilliant interviews in the absence of CityArts? We will, of course. We interview that beige guy about some theater-y whatever.
Can White People Ever Be Relevant Again?
In the spirit of City Arts, we bring you more hard-hitting aesthetic judgment, this from I.M. Fletcher.
The Revolt of the Misses: The Maids/Vexations at APL
Omar Willey returns to theater criticism with this piece on Akropolis Performance Lab’s production of Genet’s play.
Morality Collapse: Pratidhwani’s Queen
Thoughts on the latest Pratidhwani production from Omar Willey.
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