On issues like Brexit there’s never one single answer, one right or wrong view. Toby Ealden believes that dramatizing beliefs can help young people sort out their own views…and maybe old people can, too.
In Port Townsend, the stage has become a venue to educate political leaders on transgender issues. Sammi-Jo Lee writes.
Those going to McCarthy’s Eight Abigails this weekend at Velocity Dance Center can expect to feel a sudden awareness of unexpected surroundings, for this reason José Amador fills us in on the artist and how to prepare ourselves for the show.
Theater relies upon the witnessing abilities of others to set free the imaginative forces of resistance. Karen Malpede writes.
Omar Willey offers some thoughts about Greek drama and the UW Undergraduate Theater Society’s version of Medea.
Our publisher finds time to write, and lays out some further thoughts on religion in theater inspired by Taproot’s A Joyful Noise.
José Amador interviews the playwright, director and ensemble member from Annex Theatre’s upcoming production of Seth Tankus’ EAT CAKE.
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