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BWW Review: Frothy Fun from Sound Theatre Company's ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS

Do you have an allergy or aversion to laughter? If so, my condolences and this show might not be for you. But if not then you should get yourself down to the Center House Theatre to catch Sound Theatre Company's current production of "One Man, Two Guvnors". Get ready for two and a half hours gut busting laughter and some of the best psychical comedy around.

Sound Theatre Company Concludes 10th Anniversary Season with ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS

Sound Theatre Company concludes its tenth anniversary season with the Seattle Premiere of the award-winning madcap British farce ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS, Richard Bean's re-imagining of the classic commedia farce, The Servant of Two Masters.

Sound Theatre Company Will Bring Back HOLIDAY OF ERRORS in December

Sound Theatre Company completes an exciting year with the return of their smash holiday comedy Holiday of Errors to delight Seattle audiences this December. First presented as a world premiere in 2013 to critical and audience acclaim, Sound Theatre Company's remount features most of the original cast to fill the stunning new 12th Avenue Arts Mainstage on Capitol Hill with word-play and Shakespeare.

Registration for BPA Theatre School's Winter Session Now Open

BPA Theatre School is now registering for the Winter Session (mid-January - late March) plus Mid-Winter (February 16 - 20) and Spring Break (March 30 - April 3) Camps. Led by experienced teaching artists, BPA Theatre School provides year-round classes and camps for all ages and experience levels. The Winter Session includes offerings in four primary programs: Developing Actors, Building Character, Teen Intensive, and Performance Series.

BWW Reviews: STAGEright's A NEW BRAIN Feels Undercooked

William Finn's shows are not easy to produce. Maybe that's why (with the exception of Spelling Bee) they're not done as often as they deserve. And his largely autobiographical "A New Brain" is no exception with its emotional storyline and rich score not to mention some odd staging elements it requires. So if you're going to produce it you'd better have all your ducks in a row. Well all of the ducks are there for the current production from STAGEright now performing at the Cornish Playhouse Black Box but some of them didn't quite stay in that row.

STAGEright to Present A NEW BRAIN at Cornish Playhouse Blackbox, Begin. 5/2

A New Brain was born when composer William Finn, just three days after winning the Tony Award for Falsettos in 1992, was hospitalized and operated on for a condition called arteriovenous malformation (AVM). It was upon his return home that he began writing songs about the experience; the energetic, sardonic, often comical musical, A New Brain, is the result.

BWW Reviews: STC's HOLIDAY OF ERRORS Makes for a Nicely Naughty Holiday Diversion

Take equal parts Dickens and Shakespeare, add in a healthy spoonful of historical tom-foolery, the zest from a bawdy queen and stir it up til you don't know one play from another and you'll have the latest outing from one of the more impressive small theater companies in town, Sound Theatre Company, with their World Premiere of "Holiday of Errors". And while it may get slightly muddled at times and take just a bit to get started, if you sit back and let the ridiculousness of it wash over you, you're bound to have a good time.

Frank Lawler & Elinor Gunn to Lead Sound Theatre Company's HOLIDAY OF ERRORS

Sound Theatre Company is pleased to announce the full cast and crew of its first-ever holiday production, Holiday of Errors (or Much Ado About Stockings).

Taproot Theatre Extends ILLYRIA Through Aug 17

Due to popular demand, Illyria at Taproot Theatre is extending through August 17, giving people an additional week to catch the show that critics and audiences are raving about.

Photo Flash: First Look at Taproot Theatre's ILLYRIA

Shakespeare is available in Seattle outdoors this summer, but for those wary of a sunburn or being caught outside in rain, there's an indoor opportunity as Taproot Theatre presents Illyria. This musical adaptation of Twelfth Night has all the hilarious hijinks and unrequited love of Shakespeare's famous comedy. A mistaken identity sets off a chain of events that has everything topsy-turvy. As these classic characters sing of romance and shenanigans, you'll be transported to a mythical land of love. Associate Artistic Director Karen Lund directs Illyria, which runs through August 10. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!

Photo Flash: Meet the Cast of ILLYRIA at Taproot Theatre

Shakespeare is available in Seattle outdoors this summer, but for those wary of a sunburn or being caught outside in rain, there's an indoor opportunity as Taproot Theatre presents Illyria. This musical adaptation of Twelfth Night has all the hilarious hijinks and unrequited love of Shakespeare's famous comedy. A mistaken identity sets off a chain of events that has everything topsy-turvy. As these classic characters sing of romance and shenanigans, you'll be transported to a mythical land of love. Associate Artistic Director Karen Lund directs Illyria, which runs through August 10, with previews on July 10 and 11. There is a Pay What You Can performance on July 17. Scroll down for a first look at the cast!

Taproot Theatre to Present Musical Adaptation of Shakespeare's TWELFTH NIGHT, Begin. 7/12

Shakespeare is available in Seattle outdoors this summer, but for those wary of a sunburn or being caught outside in rain, there's an indoor opportunity as Taproot Theatre presents Illyria. This musical adaptation of Twelfth Night has all the hilarious hijinks and unrequited love of Shakespeare's famous comedy. A mistaken identity sets off a chain of events that has everything topsy-turvy. As these classic characters sing of romance and shenanigans, you'll be transported to a mythical land of love. Associate Artistic Director Karen Lund directs Illyria, which runs through August 10, with previews on July 10 and 11. There is a Pay What You Can performance on July 17.

33 VARIATIONS Makes Northwest Premiere at ArtsWest, Now thru 5/25

A mother coming to terms with her daughter. A composer coming to terms with his genius. And, even though they're separated by 200 years, these two people share an obsession that might, even just for a moment, make time stand still. Drama, memory and music combine to transport you from present-day New York to nineteenth-century Austria in this extraordinary American play about passion, parenthood and the moment of beauty that can transform a life. Nominated for five Tony awards, 33 Variations runs from today, May 1 - 25, 2013 at ArtsWest Playhouse and Gallery in West Seattle.

33 VARIATIONS to Make Northwest Premiere at ArtsWest, 5/1-25

A mother coming to terms with her daughter. A composer coming to terms with his genius. And, even though they're separated by 200 years, these two people share an obsession that might, even just for a moment, make time stand still. Drama, memory and music combine to transport you from present-day New York to nineteenth-century Austria in this extraordinary American play about passion, parenthood and the moment of beauty that can transform a life. Nominated for five Tony awards, 33 Variations runs from May 1 - 25, 2013 at ArtsWest Playhouse and Gallery in West Seattle.

ArtsWest Presents Seattle Premiere of NEXT FALL, Now thru 4/6

Next Fall tells the story of two men in a committed, long-term relationship and the family and friends that are an intrinsic part of their lives. This 2010 Tony Award-nominated play provides a deep examination of faith, commitment, unconditional love and hope. It challenges the audience to consider what it means 'to believe' and what it can cost us if we don't. Next Fall runs from now through April 6, 2013 at ArtsWest Playhouse and Gallery in West Seattle.

ArtsWest Announces the Seattle Premiere of NEXT FALL

Next Fall tells the story of two men in a committed, long-term relationship and the family and friends that are an intrinsic part of their lives. This 2010 Tony Award-nominated play provides a deep examination of faith, commitment, unconditional love and hope. It challenges the audience to consider what it means "to believe" and what it can cost us if we don't. Next Fall runs from March 13 - April 6, 2013 at ArtsWest Playhouse and Gallery in West Seattle.

ArtsWest to Present Seattle Premiere of NEXT FALL, 3/16-4/6

Next Fall tells the story of two men in a committed, long-term relationship and the family and friends that are an intrinsic part of their lives. This 2010 Tony Award-nominated play provides a deep examination of faith, commitment, unconditional love and hope. It challenges the audience to consider what it means 'to believe' and what it can cost us if we don't. Next Fall runs from March 13 - April 6, 2013 at ArtsWest Playhouse and Gallery in West Seattle.

ArtsWest Playhouse and Gallery 2012-2013 Season to Include BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON, WONDERETTES, VARIATIONS

For the ArtsWest 2012-2013 season, Artistic Director Christopher Zinovitch has announced a selection of plays, beginning in September with a fast-paced irreverent rock musical about the country we live in - a Broadway blockbuster, that received Tony Award© nominations, an Outer Critics Circle Award, and two Drama Desk nominations. The holiday season will include a mix of rockin' holiday hits in a fond salute to 1960's girl groups. Audiences will then travel from Liverpool to Greece with a middle-aged, working class housewife in a classic comic masterpiece. The season's fourth play, another recent Broadway blockbuster, exposes the fundamental truths that result when opposing views of family and friends collide. The season will close with a genius at work as Beethoven and a musicologist examine the creative process against a background of passion and parenthood.

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