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Theater Review (Seattle): ‘All the Way’ by Robert Schenkkan at Seattle Repertory Theatre

Jack Willis (center, as Lyndon B. Johnson) and the cast of Seattle Repertory Theatre’s 'All the Way.' Photo by Chris Bennion.

'All the Way,' Robert Schenkkan’s chronicle of the first year of Lyndon B. Johnson’s presidency, is a lucid, absorbing depiction of one of America’s most fascinating leaders. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf’ at Seattle Repertory Theatre

Pamela Reed and R. Hamilton Wright in Seattle Repertory Theatre’s 'Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' Photo: Alabastro Photography

Seattle Rep was established only a year after Albee’s play premiered in 1962, and yet their current production is the first time the theater has staged Virginia Woolf. Worth the wait? You bet. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): ‘Venus in Fur’ at Seattle Repertory Theatre

Michael Tisdale and Gillian Williams in Seattle Repertory Theatre’s production of Venus in Fur. Photo by Chris Bennion.

Seattle Repertory Theatre’s production is enjoyable, and a great opportunity to see one of Broadway’s recent hits, but it also tends to stagnate too often, the tête-à-tête between a director and an auditioning actress falling into familiar lulls. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): ‘Bo-Nita’ at Seattle Repertory Theatre

Hannah Mootz in Seattle Repertory Theatre’s Bo-Nita. Photo: Nate Watters.

The one-woman show is anchored by a gutsy, versatile performance by Hannah Mootz, who plays the titular 13-year-old and six others, as she recalls one crazy day that started with her ex-stepdad’s death and then just got weirder. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): Boeing Boeing at Seattle Repertory Theatre

Seattle Rep's perfectly executed farce is a kinetic marvel. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): Pullman Porter Blues by Cheryl L. West at Seattle Repertory Theatre

Seattle Rep opens its 50th Anniversary season with a moving, incisive musical play. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris at Seattle Repertory Theatre

A play that doesn't shrink from embracing the uncomfortable. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): Red by John Logan at Seattle Repertory Theatre

A strong staging of the sharply written play about Mark Rothko. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): I Am My Own Wife by Doug Wright at Seattle Repertory Theatre

The Tony- and Pulitzer-winning play about the beguiling life of a German transvestite comes to Seattle Rep. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): Sylvia by A. R. Gurney at Seattle Repertory Theatre

A humorous, philosophical look at the relationship between a man and his dog. Read More »