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Review: THE WICKHAMS: CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLEY at Taproot Theatre Photo Review: THE WICKHAMS: CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLEY at Taproot Theatre
by Kelly Rogers Flynt - Nov 26, 2022

Christmas is a most favorite holiday to many, and the Jane Austen fan base has never been stronger. What could be more perfect than to revive some of Austen’s most beloved characters (and some of her most notorious) in a delightful Christmas setting? THE WICKHAMS: CHRISTMAS AT PEMBERLEY is a holiday treat. The production blends the lavish frippery of the Regency era with dollops of modern humor that is sure to please both traditional and contemporary tastes.

Photos: Yale Drama Series Prize Winner JAR OF FAT Receives Staged Reading at the Dram Photo Photos: Yale Drama Series Prize Winner JAR OF FAT Receives Staged Reading at the Drama Book Shop
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 25, 2022

Last night, Seayoung Yim’s Jar of Fat, the 2022 Yale Drama Series Prize Winner, received a staged reading at New York City’s Drama Book Shop.  The event was presided over by the playwright David Hare, and Artistic Director of the Flea Theatre Niegel Smith. See photos here!

Yale Drama Series Prize Winner JAR OF FAT to Receive Staged Reading at the Drama Book Photo Yale Drama Series Prize Winner JAR OF FAT to Receive Staged Reading at the Drama Book Shop
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 20, 2022

Seayoung Yim’s Jar of Fat, the 2022 Yale Drama Series Prize Winner, will receive a staged reading at New York City’s Drama Book Shop on Monday, October 24th. The reading will be directed by Aileen Wen McGroddy and will feature Zoe Kim, Narea Kang, Annie Yim, Christina Liang, Ina Chang, and more.

Ashland New Plays Festival to Return to In Person Performances With Developmental Rea Photo Ashland New Plays Festival to Return to In Person Performances With Developmental Readings Of Sarah Cho's STAINS
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 29, 2022

Ashland New Plays Festival is back in person with a development workshop of Sarah Cho's autobiographical play stains. A coming-of-age story about growing up poor, female, and Korean American in LA, the play follows its teen protagonist as she is mentored by an imaginary friend-who happens to be a wisecracking blonde witch from a popular 90s sitcom.

BWW Review: TWO MILE HOLLOW from Intiman Theatre Photo BWW Review: TWO MILE HOLLOW from Intiman Theatre
by Jay Irwin - Apr 29, 2022

Dear Readers, if you too are sick of the dysfunctional white family play then you‚Äôre not alone. Leah Nanako Winkler, author of ‚ÄúTwo Mile Hollow‚ÄĚ, currently being offered from Intiman Theatre, has certainly had enough of them. So much so that she wrote her own version of one. And while I appreciate the dissection of the trope, her play as well as the Intiman production did so in such an incoherent, over the top, muddled way, that I failed to find it all that funny, just loud.

Intiman Announces Cast for TWO MILE HOLLOW Photo Intiman Announces Cast for TWO MILE HOLLOW
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 17, 2022

Intiman Theatre announces the cast and ticket sales for the Pacific Northwest premiere of Two Mile Hollow by Leah Nanako Winkler and directed by Jesse Jou. This will be the first Intiman production at Broadway Performance Hall (1625 Broadway, Seattle 98122) after the company relocated to Seattle Central College in Capitol Hill. The comedy will show April 26 - May 14, 2022 and tickets are now on sale.

Book-It Repertory Theatre Presents MRS. CALIBAN Photo Book-It Repertory Theatre Presents MRS. CALIBAN
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 3, 2022

Book-It Repertory Theatre will return to in-person, live performance on the Center Theatre stage after postponing their winter show due to the Omicron wave of Covid-19.

BWW Review: KIM'S CONVENIENCE at Taproot Theatre Photo BWW Review: KIM'S CONVENIENCE at Taproot Theatre
by Kelly Rogers Flynt - May 27, 2019

KIM'S CONVENIENCE at Taproot Theatre is full of laughs and heart. A convenience store is often the hot spot of a community, where you can find a little of whatever you need. For the Kim family, the convenience store is much more than that. It is their hope, their conduit to a brighter future. Its constant need of attention is also an albatross and point of contention. When an unsuspecting police officer responds to a 911 call from the store, he finds more than a variety of snacks. KIM's CONVENIENCE is a witty look at everyday life with surprising insight into human nature.

Photo Flash: First Look at Political Thriller JULIUS CAESAR at Seattle Shakespeare Co Photo Photo Flash: First Look at Political Thriller JULIUS CAESAR at Seattle Shakespeare Company
by BWW News Desk - Sep 15, 2017

It's a 400-year-old play, yet it can feel as contemporary as today's headlines. In Julius Caesar Bloody and brutal decisions are weighed against honor and ambition. Seattle Shakespeare Company's Artistic Director George Mount directs Shakespeare's political thriller which runs now through Oct. 1, 2107 at the Cornish Playhouse. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!

2016 Gypsy Rose Lee Awards Winners Announced!
by BWW News Desk - Jan 27, 2017

The 'large theater' productions of ACT Theatre's The Royale and The 5th Avenue Theatre's How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying take top honors and the 'small theater' productions of ArtsWest's Death of a Salesman and Washington Ensemble Theatre's The Things Are Against Us take top honors - for most category wins!?