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Octavio Solis's Journey to 'Mother Road': The Texas-born, Oregon-based playwright imagines a Steinbeck sequel with timely resonance. Sep 1, 2019 2436
CHILDREN OF THE JOURNEY: SO MUCH AMERICAN THEATRE, FROM O'NEILL TO UDOFIA, HAS BEEN INSPIRED BY THE STORIES OF PLAYWRIGHTS' IMMIGRANT PARENTS. May 1, 2018 2592
Ibsen, Our Contemporary: What gives this 19th-century Norwegian's plays their lasting power? 'Power' is the operative. Apr 1, 2018 3034
The timely ring of 'Wedding Band': Alice Childress's seldom-produced interracial love story, though set a century ago, gave off fresh sparks at the Intiman. Dec 1, 2016 3343
So next level: why join LORT? For artists rep in Portland, Ore., it's about a national profile--and local leadership on wages. Nov 1, 2016 2188
In Seattle, it's okay to play with your food; that city's brand of nouveau dinner theatre is pleasing hungry audiences. May 1, 2015 2172
Louis Hobson: music man with a plan: he aims to generate a gusher of new musicals. On a shoestring. In Seattle. It could work. Interview Oct 1, 2014 1789
A novel connection Seattle's Book-It Rep has a symbiotic relationship with the Northwest scribes in its own backyard. Apr 1, 2014 1893
The lonely saga of a lone star president: Robert Schenkkan's epic LBJ plays explore the character of an iconic American leader--and the troubled era over which he presided. Oct 1, 2013 3206
An impresario with the vision thing: ACT Theatre's Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi ups the artistic ante. Interview Jan 1, 2013 1580
Tough love: her new Pullman Porter Blues. Celebrates an iconic slice of African-American history. Interview Sep 1, 2012 2104
Present laughter: playwrights are amping up the camp, the surreal, the loosey-goosey. Column Oct 1, 2010 1917
Command performances: a Seattle arts supporter commissioned a play for his wife's birthday. The play--and the fundraising idea--have lived on. Oct 1, 2009 1194
Return of the rumble: what will fuel West Side Story's jets in 2009? Mar 1, 2009 1396
What does it take to keep 'Streetcar' on track? Sheila Daniels faces down the play's challenges in a volatile debut at Intiman. Oct 1, 2008 1754
Communing with the enemy: take a critic to lunch? Sure, if she's not sleeping in a coffin by day. Essay Jul 1, 2008 1028
The long haul: Bartlett Sher and Craig Lucas have a good thing going. Interview Oct 1, 2007 2181
Dan Sullivan's travels: they've taken him from acting to directing, from West Coast to East, from Shakespeare to new plays--and now, at 66, to the top of his game. Interview Mar 1, 2007 3932
Seattle: shades of gray. Jul 1, 2006 349
Can "Awake and Sing!" Still Sing? Fichandler and Sher are out to prove that Odets's family saga isn't obsolete. Mar 1, 2006 2095
Yussef El Guindi: are we being followed? His play about post-9/11 Arab-American anxiety strikes a nerve. Interview Jan 1, 2006 1569
Three for the show: Seattle's male acting divas switch genders in high style. Jul 1, 2005 1661
Dr. Freud, I presume? A pair of piercing new dramas are steeped in Freudian thought. Critical Essay Oct 1, 2004 2797
It's about time in Tina Landau's high-octane staging, The Time of Your Life comes into its own. Theater Review Apr 1, 2004 1560
Songs for Rachel Carson. Theater Review Sep 1, 2003 405
Allison Narver: filling the empty space; a jazzily eclectic director keeps a feisty theatre going through challenging times. Biography Jul 1, 2003 1317
Take this job and show it: Nickel and Dimed leads a pack of plays about the daily grind. (The People's Voice). Dec 1, 2002 2850
The rake's progress: that immortal immoralist Don Juan keeps pace with the age of Enron. Sep 1, 2002 2614
Bad boy: The Don Juan paradigm. (Previews). Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 101
A Drum with a difference: David Henry Hwang repaves Rodgers and Hammerstein's road to Chinatown. Theater Review Feb 1, 2002 3690
They've got the Look: A conversation with three designers--Peter Kaczorowski, Thomas Lynch and Martin Pakledinaz--at the top of their game. (Living For Design). Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 3672
Dan Donohue HIS DANCE CARD IS FULL. Apr 1, 2001 1411
Elements of Style. Interview Mar 1, 2001 4192
A Completed Irish Trilogy Sings. Interview Feb 1, 2001 1576
Anthony Dwain Lee: 1961--2000. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 340
CHARLAYNE WOODARD ONE ON ONE. Dec 1, 2000 1218
JAZZ FABLES A DEUX. Brief Article Oct 1, 2000 448
Congdon Revisits Ground Zero. Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 471
THE WAY WE WERE. Feb 1, 2000 1686
In the FLESH. Brief Article Nov 1, 1999 343
Shakespeare in his element: if we love him so much, how come watching his plays is sometimes a drag? May 1, 1999 4194
A rage for the page. Mar 1, 1999 2197
Naomi Iizuka: raising the stakes. Sep 1, 1998 1220
The demon in David Henry Hwang. Cover Story Apr 1, 1998 3853
Witch hunt in Washington State: a new docudrama unearths Cold War history. Feb 1, 1998 1753
Shaw thing. Sep 1, 1996 1077
Voir Dire. Theater Review Apr 1, 1996 1027
I can't believe we staged the whole thing. Mar 1, 1996 888
An Irish poet's Troy. Oct 1, 1995 1244
Flirting with farce. Jul 1, 1995 1647
Children should hear and see: theatre for youth flourishes in Seattle. May 1, 1995 2842
Women at the helm. May 1, 1994 6957
What makes Sharon Ott run? Jul 1, 1993 4742
Fo pas in San Francisco? Jan 1, 1993 1867
Poison apples. Oct 1, 1992 1142

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