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Caitlin Frances has worked in the Greater Seattle Area with Live Girls!, Macha Theater Works,The Village Theatre, Sound Theatre Company, Balagan Theatre, Taproot Theatre, Seattle Musical Theatre, Arts West, SecondStory Repertory Theatre, Centerstage Theatre, Harlequin Productions, Seattle Public Theatre and many others over the years. Some of her favorite on stage roles include Maggie in ?Smoke & Dust?, Fabianna Cunningham in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Flora Crewe in Indian Ink, Sylvia in Sylvia, Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady, Ivy Weston in August Osage County, Harpo Marx/Gino in A Day in Hollywood a Night in the Ukraine, Gwendolyn Pigeon in The Odd Couple, Kitty in The Drowsy Chaperone, Fabiana Cunningham in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot and Mrs. Harville in Persuasion the musical. Caitlin can be heard portraying Dena Rising in the radio mystery series Phoenix Rising and enjoys singing with the group Sugartime Trio with Meg McClinn and Kim McGuire.

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Latitude Theatre Presents MISS HOLMES by Christopher M. Walsh

Latitude Theatre will present MISS HOLMES in Seattle, offering a fresh take on the classic detective story with a female Sherlock Holmes.
Review: 53% OF at Center Theatre At Seattle Center

Are you a good person? Does anyone truly know if they are? Countless factors go into deciding such a weighted answer, for a lot of people, politics plays a large role. 53% Of is a direct work of art that attempts to answer that question, paying special attention to that factor. The show, wittingly directed by Shermona Mitchell & Teresa Thuman has opened at Center Theatre at Seattle Center.
Cast and Dates Set for Seattle Premiere of 53% Of at Sound Theatre

53% Of will be presented at Sound Theatre in Seattle in June. Learn more about the show and see how to purchase tickets.
Cast Set for THE SQUIRREL PLAYS U.S. Premiere at Mirror Stage

Mirror Stage has announced full finalized cast for the U.S. premiere of The Squirrel Plays by award-winning playwright Mia McCullough and direction by Suzanne M. Cohen.
Mirror Stage Presents U.S. Premiere Of THE SQUIRREL PLAYS

Mirror Stage will present its first fully-staged production in more than 10 years, the U.S. premiere of The Squirrel Plays by award-winning playwright Mia McCullough. A deeply dark comedy about choice(s) and consequences, The Squirrel Plays is a cycle of three short one-act plays: Infestation, Compensation, and Eradication.
SWEENEY TODD & More Lead Seattle's April 2023 Top Picks

Seattle is never lacking outstanding theatre, whether epic Broadway shows, engrossing dramas or bold fringe offerings. BroadwayWorld is rounding up our top recommended theatre every month. April 2023's top picks include Sweeney Todd, How I Learned What I Learned, and more.
SONGS FOR STELLA To Benefit The Altwies-Thone Family At Royal Room May 22

The daughter of Hans Altwies and Amy Thone has been diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma, a malignant cancer. Friends are raising funds to allow Hans and Amy to focus on taking care of both of their daughters above everything else during this time.
Seattle Theater Writers Announce the Eighth Annual Nominations of the 2018 Gypsy Rose Lee Awards

Seattle's critics' circle announces Nominees of Excellence in Seattle theatrical productions. Spanning dozens of theater companies and productions, from large and prominent to small and humble, the Gypsy Rose Lee Awards honor the excellence found in the myriad of professional theater productions that we reviewers attend in a year.
BWW Review: Fairy Tale Princesses Get Real in DISENCHANTED from Mamches

A few years back, Dear Readers, I stumbled on an article about a new little show called 'Disenchanted', about Fairy Tale Princesses in a musical revue telling about how life ain't so happily ever after and since I always love a good dose of snark I instantly became obsessed. I followed its journey, hoping it might come to a city near me or at least one I was visiting and even corresponded with the creators, book writer, composer and lyricist Dennis T Giancino and director Fiely A Matias who were kind enough to get me some sample recordings which only deepened my obsession (and put Siri in a tizzy as she has to censor herself when attempting to repeat back to me the original title). Well now, by the grace of the theater Gods and the good folks at Mamches Productions, that wonderful revue has come to Seattle and with the original creators in tow with Giancino directing this time and Matias assisting. And while the gloriousness of those scathing songs is there, the show itself needs a bit more settling time and some technical help to be truly great.
LIVE GIRLS! PRESENTS: The Secret and Impossible League of the Noösphere in the Baltimore Plot

 This December, Live Girls! Theater will present the first episode in its new science fiction series, The Secret and Impossible League of the Noospherein the Baltimore Plot. The series follows the adventures of a secret league of extraordinary historical figures with access to a sphere of reality that grows with the power of human cognition. Caught out of time in this literal Noosphere, where reality is formed and destroyed through the power of Ideas, Ada Lovelace, Nicola Tesla, and Lord Byron discover that a dark force is dismantling human history. With the help of their sentient ship, the Mary-Celeste, and a unique engine built by Charles Babbage, they locate the source of the disturbance in - 1850's America. Once there, they must partner with the Pinkerton Detective Agency and Kate Warne, the world's first female detective, to save Abraham Lincoln and possibly the world.
Macha Theatre Works Presents World Premiere of SMOKE & DUST

Teaming up once again, writer Joy McCullough-Carranza and director Amy Poisson embark on their second journey of historical fiction about a strong woman making her way in a man's world. Macha Theatre Works announces the world premiere of SMOKE & DUST, a new play by Joy McCullough-Carranza, on Friday, March 23, 2018 produced in association with Theatre Off Jackson. Directed by Amy Poisson, the show will run through Saturday, April 14, 2018.
Live Girls! Presents THE SECRET AND IMPOSSIBLE LEAGUE OF THE NOÖSPHERE IN THE BALTIMORE PLOT

This December, Live Girls! Theater will present the first episode in its new science fiction series, The Secret and Impossible League of the No spherein the Baltimore Plot. The series follows the adventures of a secret league of extraordinary historical figures with access to a sphere of reality that grows with the power of human cognition.
Live Girls! Presents THE SECRET AND IMPOSSIBLE LEAGUE OF THE NOÖSPHERE IN THE BALTIMORE PLOT

This December, Live Girls! Theater will present the first episode in its new science fiction series, The Secret and Impossible League of the No spherein the Baltimore Plot. The series follows the adventures of a secret league of extraordinary historical figures with access to a sphere of reality that grows with the power of human cognition.
Live Girls! Presents THE SECRET AND IMPOSSIBLE LEAGUE OF THE NOÖSPHERE IN THE BALTIMORE PLOT

This December, Live Girls! Theater will present the first episode in its new science fiction series, The Secret and Impossible League of the No spherein the Baltimore Plot. The series follows the adventures of a secret league of extraordinary historical figures with access to a sphere of reality that grows with the power of human cognition.
Live Girls! Presents THE SECRET AND IMPOSSIBLE LEAGUE OF THE NOÖSPHERE IN THE BALTIMORE PLOT

This December, Live Girls! Theater will present the first episode in its new science fiction series, The Secret and Impossible League of the No spherein the Baltimore Plot. The series follows the adventures of a secret league of extraordinary historical figures with access to a sphere of reality that grows with the power of human cognition.
BWW Review: Taproot's Sweet PERSUASION Brims with Potential

There are certain things that spring to mind when thinking of a Jane Austen story. Blistering on again, off again romances. Sweeping emotions. And of course, Colin Firth emerging from a lake. Well the new musical adaptation of Jane Austen's "Persuasion", currently playing at Taproot Theatre, may not have Colin Firth but the romances and emotions are there in spades.
Centerstage Announces World Premiere of CARDINAL SINS

Four years ago, the Centerstage Board commissioned its Artistic Director, Alan Bryce, to write three new shows. The first of these, For All That, was nominated for a Gregory Award as "Most Outstanding New Play of 2015". The second, Death on the Supermarket Shelf, about the Chicago Tylenol Murders of 1982, received critical acclaim. The third in the series, Cardinal Sins, opens on Saturday, May 13th.
Broadway Classic MACK & MABEL Comes to the SecondStory Stage

Mack and Mabel is a musical with a book by Michael Stewart and music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. The plot involves the tumultuous romantic relationship between Hollywood director Mack Sennett and Mabel Normand (transformed from an artist's model to a waitress from Flatbush, Brooklyn for the musical), who became one of his biggest stars.
Broadway Classic MACK & MABEL Comes to the SecondStory Stage

Mack and Mabel is a musical with a book by Michael Stewart and music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. The plot involves the tumultuous romantic relationship between Hollywood director Mack Sennett and Mabel Normand (transformed from an artist's model to a waitress from Flatbush, Brooklyn for the musical), who became one of his biggest stars.
BrownBox Theatre and Sound Theatre Company to Present Encore Reading of BLACK LIKE US

To celebrate the publication of the play Black Like Us, BrownBox Theatre joins forces with Sound Theatre Company to present an 'encore' staged reading of the Gregory Award Winning Play at the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute.  Black Like Us is a funny, poignant, and deeply relevant story about the bonds of family, the struggles of identity, and the far-reaching effects of one woman's decision. The play is set in Seattle's Central District neighborhood, not far from the location of the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, and spans decades of change that have impacted that community. 

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