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What was the Best Theater of 2017?

...by Theater Schmeater, A Civil War Christmas by Taproot Theatre, and a play reading at 18th & Union of Nicky Davis' biting comedy, Brunch, about five white women sitting around brunching and talking...

    SGN - Seattle Gay News - Page 22 - What was the Best Theater of 2017? - Friday, January 5, 2018 - Volume 46 Issue 01
    by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer It's that time for the annual recounting of theater in the Seattle area. 2017 was a

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Seattle Shakespeare Company tackles rarely produced ‘Timon of Athens’

...most recent New City Theater venue, in the Central District (in the artspace known as 18th & Union), Ewald was every inch the conflicted Danish prince in “Hamlet,” and the island sorcerer Prospero...

    Seattle Shakespeare Company tackles rarely produced 'Timon of Athens'
    Seattle Shakespeare Company has invited a dynamic duo of Seattle stage artists, John Kazanjian (the show's director) and actor Mary Ewald (who will portray Timon), to interpret the obscure yet timely tale. Share story According to recent surveys, currently William Shakespeare's most produced work is the romantic romp "A Midsummer Night's Dream."

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The Best Theater, Dance, and Comedy Events in Seattle: Winter 2017/2018

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    The Best Theater, Dance, and Comedy Events in Seattle: Winter 2017/2018
    Find a complete list of theater, dance, and comedy events in Seattle this winter on our Things To Do calendar, or check out the rest of our critics' picks from Seattle Art and Performance . Get all this and more on the free Stranger Things To Do mobile app-available now on the App Store and Google Play.

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    Construct 2nd story addition and alterations to existing duplex, per plan.

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You Don't Need Shakespeare, Shakespeare Needs You

...couple Shakespeare standards within the context of their own lives. Both shows open today at 18th & Union and run through the weekend under the shared title It Will Be Now...

    You Don't Need Shakespeare, Shakespeare Needs You
    Seattle actor Meme Garcia did a lot of great work in town before leaving on a Fulbright to pursue her masters in classical acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. As I've written before, she's known for turning in bold and brash comedic performances, but now she's back-hopefully for a while-playing one of the most famously depressed and dour characters in dramatic history: Hamlet.

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Things to Do Thanksgiving Week 2017

...love and loss, both Dolbey and Garcia create work unpacking questions of humanity and vulnerability. 18th and Union, $12–$25

    Things to Do Thanksgiving Week 2017: 'The Nutcracker," Flying Lotus in 3D, and a Holiday 'Dungeons and Dragons' Adventure
    Mon, Nov 20 Bill McKibben Prominent American environmentalist and nonfiction writer Bill McKibben tries his hand at a novel, though his new book Radio Free Vermont doesn't venture too far from his repertoire. McKibben tells a story of grassroots activism based out of the Vermont woods, as a group starts a radio show to transform the forest into a community hub that supports secession from the U.S.


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