Early in the second act, the stage goes dark and an unseen character says, “The point of this whole thing was to make you feel something."
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ArtsWest is preparing to bring “An Octoroon” by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins to the stage this month. The story takes place in 1859, when the heir apparent to a slave plantation falls in love with a woman who is an “octoroon,”…
Summer may seem far away this gray, rainy spring in Seattle, but young thespians around the city are already looking for enrichment programs during their break from school.
Theatres across town are dedicating performances to the Bard of Avon this year for the Seattle Celebrates Shakespeare festival.
West Seattle’s very own Ameripolitan Music Awards Winner is releasing a new album and is throwing a big ol party in her hometown at Drunkys BBQ in beautiful Rat City 4/20 at 7pm on the backyard stage!
Twelfth Night Productions Celebrates Shakespeare with Twelfth Night; Play presented starting April 13
Twelfth Night Productions is proud to participate in Seattle Celebrates Shakespeare with Twelfth Night.
Intersections: A Celebration of Seattle Performance is a comedy festival focused on equity, inclusion, and representation.
West Seattle High School’s Drama Club & Music Department proudly present their spring production
By Lindsay Peyton
Anxiety was hanging in the air in the theatre from the start of the first act of Taylor Mac’s “Hir” at ArtsWest.