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You Don't Need Shakespeare, Shakespeare Needs You

The Mysteries of Bill Murray, Including a Disturbing Rumor That's Going Around

The uncategorizable Bill Murray comes to McCaw Hall with a musician he met on an airplane.

Bones Break and Ballerinas Get Strangled in Her Story at Pacific Northwest Ballet

The strength of women in the face of violence is the thread connecting these pieces.

One of the Costumes from Hamilton Is On Its Way to the Smithsonian

Drop Everything And Go See The Crucible at ACT

Jennifer Zeyl Is the New Artistic Director of Intiman

Jerry Dixon Named New Artistic Director of Village Theatre

A Sneak Peak at BenDeLaCreme's Scary, Campy Halloween Show

A drag queen who never liked horror as a kid decides it's time to make the genre her own.

No More Sad Things Is a Surprising Play About a 32-Year-Old Woman Who Does Something Unacceptable

She sleeps with a 15-year-old. But the show is tender and hilarious. How is that possible?

The Sound of Music Is Now Trenchant Political Commentary

Nite Skool at Annex Theatre Is Hilarious, or at Least the First Half Is

You Have My Permission to Leave at Intermission by Rich Smith

Puccini's Problematic Madame Butterfly

Maybe Shut Your Eyes and Forget the Words and Just Have the Music Wash Over You

I Had a Profound Theatrical Experience at a Talkback, of All Things

Director Rose Cano Led a Discussion of Mud That Had the Whole Room in Tears

Tony Kushner Is Writing a Play About Donald Trump

5th Ave's Fun Home Brings Down the House

Andrew Russell Leaves Intiman for New York City

Donald Byrd's Shocking (IM)PULSE

Spectrum Dance Theater's Response to the Pulse Nightclub Shootings Is Brutal

Teatro ZinZanni Moves to Marymoor Park, For Now

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