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Thoreau at Home

Thoreau at Home and his One World at a Time
Thoreau at Home, written by David Wagoner, is brought to life through the performance of Todd Jefferson Moore and the direction of Richard E.T. White. The musical accompaniment is done by Peter Richards, and the stage management by Emily Grierson. It is put on at 18th & Union in Capitol Hill, January 19th-21st at 7:30 p.m. and January 22nd at 4:30 p.m.. The play invites you to feel as if you are engaging in conversation with Mr. Thoreau, discussing the sublime qualities of nature while lamenting upon the horrors of commonplace disrespect for the natural world.

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Valentine’s Day-When Love Speaks

A Disease that has More Joys than Health

Many people nowadays think of poetry as little more than a disease, but Thalia’s Umbrella’s production of When Love Speaks will undoubtedly cure them of that notion, because more than any performance I have ever seen in verse, it honored the spoken word of the great English poets.

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Dear Elizabeth

      Dear Elizabeth opened Feb. 6th at the Seattle Repertory Theatre. Dear Elizabeth is a must-see for anyone with

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