Theatre 4


The Triangle Fire Project-5 Alarm Intense Historical Play

Solidarity Forever-Our Unions will make us Strong

Suspenseful Historical Play with a Message.

As a reviewer, I seem to have hit the jackpot this weekend. Not only was I invited to Blue Hour’s The Plague Master General, but also to Rainy Day Artistic Collective’s The Triangle Factory Fire Project, two brilliant, enjoyable shows about corruption produced by two small promising companies. The latter, written by Christopher Piehler with Scott Alan Evan was staged at TPS’s Theatre 4. This first-rate script was directed with balletic precision by Jack Seamus Conley.


MacBeth-The Definitive Production

Five Star Production of MacBeth

It was with great delight that I attended Fern Shakespeare’s truly magnificent inaugural production, MacBeth, this past weekend at Seattle Center’s Theatre 4. Everything about this production was outstanding, and what set it apart from other Shakespeare productions around the Sound, was the uniform quality of the cast’s vocal production. Every actor spoke “trippingly on the tongue” and the elevated language was communicated directly to the audience. Truly this is the best Shakespeare I have ever seen in Seattle.


Miss Fortune has Green Eyes

Families-Who would do Without Them

Although Brown Soul Production’s mission statement is to develop and produce new works by female writers of color, Miss Fortune Has Green Eyes, by Alma Davenport, which opened at Theatre 4, in Seattle Center, this past weekend, has universal appeal, as it deals with the family dysfunction caused by substance abuse.

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