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Author Archives: Jasmine Joshua

From a family of professional actors, Jasmine Joshua graduated magna cum laude from the University of California, Santa Cruz with a BA in Creative Writing. She also studied theatre with the Groundlings and the Larry Moss Studio, and can be seen on local Seattle stages. She has a soft spot for musical theatre and has been known to hum Sondheim at will.

Theatre Interview with Actress Jessica Skerritt

Jessica Skerritt (center) as Clio/Kira in Village Theatre's Xanadu. Photo by Mark Kitaoka

Skerritt sips an iced tea, speaking congenially as if across the table from a friend, as opposed to some goony reporter she's never met. Read More »

Theatre Review (Seattle): The 5th Avenue’s ‘Spamalot’ is a Silly Place

Photo by Tracy Martin. Matt Owen and Dan Stokinger Cook as pre-Sir Robin and pre-Sir Lancelot

The world needs more ways to enjoy Tim the Enchanter, killer bunnies, rude French knights, and the Knights Who Say Ni and so, my friends, here it is. Read More »

Theatre Review (Seattle): ‘A Christmas Carol’ at ACT

Kurt Beattie as Scrooge.  Photo credit Chris Bennion

If you're looking not for a sparkly, loud Christmas extravaganza, but a more reflective, simply beautiful piece of holiday entertainment, this is just the ticket. Read More »

Theater Review: ‘Oliver!’ at the 5th Avenue Theatre

Mark Jeffrey James Weber plays Oliver Twist at alternating performances.
Credit Tracy Martin

The classic musical has an amazing score and enough humor to balance the darker themes. Read More »

The Inverse Opera Takes on Handel’s ‘Messiah’


Seattle guerrilla theatre group takes on opera, cabaret, and now the most famous oratorio in the canon. Read More »