A new play about LBJ’s infamous mushroom-cloud commercial mines its political relevance—and its deeper implications for our uncsoncious fears.
The theatre’s 90th season will include classic and contemporary tuners.
The season includes two mainstage productions and readings and workshops of new plays.
The new artistic director’s first initiative is to make ACT a creative home for local performers.
If Deaf stories and actors are having a moment, from ‘Spring Awakening’ to ‘Tribes,’ it’s only because the rest of the world is finally discovering a well-established theatrical tradition.
Eygptian-American playwright’s characters lower their guard on serious issues after first losing some clothes and inhibitions.
New plays by Yussef El Guindi, Lauren Gunderson and Aaron Loeb, plus a Tennessee Williams anthology, are highlights of the theatre’s newly announced subscription season.
After 12 years as artistic director of Seattle’s second biggest LORT theatre, Beattie will hand the reins to director John Langs.
Gavin Reub, a founder of the Seagull Project in Seattle, describes the company’s experiences when they took their theatre to Uzbekistan.
Seattle’s A Contemporary Theatre debuts the “Norman Conquests” playwright’s latest.