January 2018


Children of a Lesser God speaks a powerful language

The Confusion of Communication and Miscommunication

Tacoma Little Theatre has just opened a BIG HIT for the Puget Sound Theatre Community with their stunning production of Mark Medoff’s play, Children of a Lesser God, the 1980 winner of the Tony, Drama Desk and Olivier Awards for Best Play.



Peerless is the work of Korean-American playwright, Jiehae Park. She places Shakespeare tragedy, Macbeth, in a modern high school setting


Moving forward with Two Trains Running.

Experiencing Two Trains Running, a revival of August Wilson’s famous play, was like taking a step back in time. The play is set in 1969 in a working class, black neighborhood known as the Hill District in Pittsburgh. The action takes place entirely in an ordinary restaurant that serves home cooked food like corn bread, chicken, ribs and beans. The set by the way is fantastic; a beautifully rendered and believable restaurant replete with a real food, a phone booth, a Rock- Ola jukebox, yellow vinyl backed chairs, a blackboard menu and a front door that slams with a tinkling bell and a satisfying thump.


Crime and Punishment-Full of Rewards not Punishment

Crime and Punishment-Not Punishing but Highly Rewarding

Seattle’s highly acclaimed and inventive theatre troupe, Akropolis Performance Lab has just executed a herculean task, which for lovers of Russian literature is the ultimate wet-dream. APL presented an magnificent stage adaptation of Crime and Punishment, the most famous of Fyodor Dostoevsky’s four long 19th Century Russian novels, at West of Lenin Theatre in Fremont.

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