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Laughter! Blood! Burlesque!

Revry's new documentary series Submission Possible pulls back the curtain on kink and burlesque in Seattle.

Our Top Eight Recommendations in Seattle This Week

Our Top Seven Recommendations This Week in Seattle

Christ Has Risen, in the Form of Musical Theater

IRL Theater Will Return, Maybe in Late 2021

How to De-stress After Thursday's Presidential Debate

You're going to watch The Future Is 0 with me.

How to Talk to Strangers During a Pandemic

600 HIGHWAYMEN's new three-part performance involves you, a stranger, a robot, and a phone call.

The Encore Presentation of Gay Miz Is Tonight!

Gay Misérables Encore Streams a Week from Tonight!!

A Little Drama Therapy in the CHOP

Quarantunes: Carrie Underwood's The Sound of Music

Remember Crowds? Remember How They Sound?

Who Is Betty Wetter and How Did She Get That Way?

Betty Wetter hosts a variety show, a trivia night, a bingo, and like a hundred other things I don't have room to list.

John Cameron Mitchell Crowd-Surfed at the Moore Last Night

Michete's New Face

A post-surgery interview with Seattle's pop icon.

Theater Made with Talking Appliances

Jaha Koo uses rice cookers to tell the story of South Korea's financial collapse.

Taylor Mac Is the Boss, Applesauce

You can't miss the final performance of Mac's Holiday Sauce—tonight at The Moore.

How Do Jinkx Monsoon and BenDeLaCreme Celebrate Christmas?

A Q&A with the RuPaul's Drag Race stars about their show All I Want for Christmas Is Attention.

The Seattle Man Who Is Memorizing an Unreadable Novel

Neal Kosaly-Meyer continues his project to recite all of Finnegans Wake off the top of his head.

Sasha Velour's Art of the Reveal

The RuPaul's Drag Race winner's lip syncs are works of art—and she's bringing her acclaimed show to Seattle.

“It’s a Very Challenging Time for Humanity”

Sandra Bernhard talks about impeachment, Ukraine, social media, being a mother, and the future of the free world.

Austen's Pride Has a Great Darcy but Grating Music

Indecent Is Incredible

The play makes me wonder what kind of art is being produced in today's concentration camps.

A Painter Who Risked Everything to Bring Her Rapist to Justice

Blood Water Paint is a great (true) story, but a boring play.

A Bloody Funny Revenge Play About Literally Killing the Patriarchy

Is God Is puts a rock in a sock in the hands of two sisters on murderous mission.

Seattle Needs Better Strip Clubs. For Now, at Least We Have the Can Can.

And damn, their food is good.

Is Having a Baby Bad for the Planet?

Two talented actors hash it out in Lungs.

The Year of Magical Thinking at ACT Is Not Magical

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