July 2012


Parallel Lives

Live in the Great Uterus of Womynhood.

It does not take much to make me laugh for a few hours at a time, just two genius comedians, one of the funniest scripts ever written, excellent sound effects and I’m all yours. Theatre Schmeater’s production of Parallel Lives, written by Mo Gaffney and Kathy Najimi along with two extremely talented actresses, oops, I mean actpersons kept me in stitches for about two hours.



ReAct Theatre’s remount of David Henry Hwang’s 2007 semi-autobiographical comedy, “Yellow Face,” got off to a bit of a shaky


13, A Musical

A Jew, A Catholic and a Cripple marooned at Dan Quayle Middle School in small-town Indiana….

If what you like is a serious take on the vicissitudes of adolescence, fast paced witty humor, catchy tunes, youthful energy, excellent choreography then 13, a Musical, is probably for you.


Julius Caesar

Disappointing Shakespeare in the Park

As part of the Seattle Outdoor Theatre Festival, Last Leaf’s production of Julius Caesar opened on the Museum Lawn of Volunteer Park, on Saturday July 14th ( the anniversary of another overthrow of tyranny) at 5 pm The show epitomized all the drawbacks of Shakespeare in the Park


Taming of the Shrew

Shakespeare’s War of the Sexes

Greenstage Theatre Company opened its 24th season of outdoor Shakespeare with The Taming of the Shrew, one of Shakespeare’s most beloved plays, in the amphitheatre inSewardPark.

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