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David Schmader

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David Schmader—Stranger associate editor and Last Days columnist—is the author of the solo plays Straight and Letter to Axl, which he’s performed in Seattle and across the US. His latest work, A Short-Term Solution to a Long-Term Problem, was commissioned and produced by Seattle's Richard Hugo House in 2012. In his spare time, he’s the world’s foremost authority on the brilliant horribleness of Paul Verhoeven's Showgirls; he's hosted annotated screenings at US film fests and provided the commentary track for the DVD. His writing has appeared in OUT magazine and at Newsweek.com. Dave has lived in Seattle for more than 20 years; he currently lives on First Hill with his husband Jake and their ridiculous dog.

Articles by David Schmader from 2005

Section

Date

  • Columns

    Last Days

    The Week in Review
    Posted on 12/29/2005
  • Columns

    Last Days

    The Week in Review
    Posted on 12/22/2005
  • Columns

    Last Days

    This Week in Review
    Posted on 12/15/2005
  • Theater

    Mice and Nightmares

    How One Little Girl's Christmas Horror Spawned a Holiday Heartwarmer
    Posted on 12/15/2005
  • Columns

    Last Days

    This Week in Review
    Posted on 12/08/2005
  • Extras

    Strangercrombie 2005!

    The Stranger's Fourth Annual, Ass-Rocking Holiday Gift Auction Kicks Off Tomorrow!
    Posted on 12/01/2005
  • Columns

    Last Days

    The Week in Review
    Posted on 12/01/2005
  • Film

    On Screen

    First and foremost, Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic is a mind-fuck. Running just over an hour, the film alternates between concert segments of the disarmingly pretty Silverman telling jokes in front of an audience, and assorted skits
    Posted on 12/01/2005
  • Columns

    Last Days

    This Week in Review
    Posted on 11/24/2005
  • Columns

    Last Days

    This Week in Review
    Posted on 11/17/2005
  • Columns

    Last Days

    This Week in Review
    Posted on 11/10/2005
  • Columns

    Last Days

    The Week in Review
    Posted on 11/03/2005
  • Theater

    On Stage

    Romeo and Juliet is almost a comedy—its wit and ironies would be hilarious if they weren't so deadly. Director John Langs understands this, and gives the play's comedy room to breathe. Dozens of tiny gestures
    Posted on 11/03/2005
  • Columns

    Last Days

    This Week in Review
    Posted on 10/27/2005
  • Features

    Bashed but Good

    2005 Genius Awards Party Turns SAM into Glamorous Land of Happy Drunks
    Posted on 10/20/2005
  • Columns

    Last Days

    The Week in Review
    Posted on 10/13/2005
  • Columns

    Last Days

    The Week in Review
    Posted on 10/06/2005
  • Columns

    Last Days

    The Week in Review
    Posted on 09/29/2005
  • Columns

    Last Days

    This Week in Review
    Posted on 09/22/2005
  • Back-to-School Bible

    Abstain from Crystal Meth

    Sensible Drug Use for Sensible Students
    Posted on 09/22/2005

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