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George Orwell's 1984 Returns To 18th & Union in March Photo George Orwell's 1984 Returns To 18th & Union in March
by Stephi Wild - Feb 25, 2022

Radial Theater Project's production of George Orwell's 1984, adapted for the stage by Michael Gene Sullivan, reopens on March 10 2022 at 18th & Union in Seattle, WA. The production is directed by Radial Theater Project producing director and 18th & Union co-founder David Gassner, and will be performed to both in-person and live streaming audiences. 

Radial Theater Project 2022 Winter Mini-Season At 18th & Union Photo Radial Theater Project 2022 Winter Mini-Season At 18th & Union
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 13, 2021

In February and March 2022, Radial Theater Project will present back-to-back theater productions at 18th & Union in Seattle, WA.

THE MANDALA OF SHERLOCK HOLMES Announced for Audio Book-It Photo THE MANDALA OF SHERLOCK HOLMES Announced for Audio Book-It
by A.A. Cristi - May 11, 2021

Written by one of Tibet's most prolific activists and authors, Jamyang Norbu (he/him), this Holmesian pastiche marks artistic director Gus Menary's (he/him) Audio Book-It directorial debut.

BWW Review: The Thought Police are Coming for You with Radial Theater Project's 1984 Photo BWW Review: The Thought Police are Coming for You with Radial Theater Project's 1984
by Jay Irwin - Feb 22, 2020

Radial Theater Project is currently presenting an adaptation of George Orwell's classic dystopian nightmare a?oe1984a??, and don't even THINK about saying anything good about it. Big Brother has sent down orders from the Ministry of Truth that there is nothing good about this production and it has no good performances or redeeming qualities, and everything is un-good. But if you know anything about the Ministry of Truth, you know everything is the exact opposite there and that holds true here as this production is a spectacular, riveting telling of this horrifying story and you need to see it. Just don't tell The Thought Police I said that.

George Orwell's 1984 Will Open in February at 18th & Union Photo George Orwell's 1984 Will Open in February at 18th & Union
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 29, 2020

Radial Theater Project and 18th & Union will present a live stage production of George Orwell's 1984, opening February 21, 2020 at 18th & Union in Seattle's Central District.

Book-It Repertory Theatre Presents THE TURN OF THE SCREW Photo Book-It Repertory Theatre Presents THE TURN OF THE SCREW
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 23, 2020

Book-It Repertory Theatre's landmark 30th season continues with The Turn of the Screw, adapted from the 1898 horror novella by Henry James. Adapted by Rachel Atkins and directed by Carol Roscoe, this production will dive into the darkest corners of James's most famous and haunting story, asking audiences to question who they trust and whose version of events they believe. This will be Book-It's first production under the leadership team of current Artistic Director Jane Jones and Incoming Artistic Director Gus Menary. The Turn of the Screw plays February 12 a?" March 8, 2020 (Opening/Press Night on Saturday, February 15) at The Center Theatre. 

BWW Review: ArtsWest's M BUTTERFLY - A Story of Passion and Intrigue Without the Pass Photo BWW Review: ArtsWest's M BUTTERFLY - A Story of Passion and Intrigue Without the Passion or Intrigue
by Jay Irwin - Jan 27, 2019

In David Henry Hwang's play "M Butterfly" there's a few things you can take away. First there's the actual historical comparison to the real relationship between French diplomat Bernard Boursicot and Shi Pei Pu, a Peking opera singer. Second there's the cultural lesson of Westerners predilection to view Easterners in a certain, subservient light. And finally, there's the love story between a man trapped in a world and profession that used him and another man who claimed he didn't know his lover was also male. All those things should add up to a fascinating evening, unfortunately the current production at ArtsWest is told to us in such a bland and static way that the evening is just plain boring.

ArtsWest To Stage M. BUTTERFLY Revival's West Coast Premiere Photo ArtsWest To Stage M. BUTTERFLY Revival's West Coast Premiere
by BWW News Desk - Jan 24, 2019

In a revival version never before staged on the West Coast, David Henry Hwang's audacious, Tony Award-winning M. BUTTERFLY - inspired by a bizarre true story of illusion, obsession and betrayal - will open at ArtsWest on January 24. Performances will run Today through Sunday until February 17.

ArtsWest To Stage M. BUTTERFLY Revival's West Coast Premiere Photo ArtsWest To Stage M. BUTTERFLY Revival's West Coast Premiere
by Stephi Wild - Jan 8, 2019

In a revival version never before staged on the West Coast, David Henry Hwang's audacious, Tony Award-winning M. BUTTERFLY - inspired by a bizarre true story of illusion, obsession and betrayal - will open at ArtsWest on January 24. Performances will run Thursday through Sunday until February 17.

BWW Review: Strawshop's PRELUDE TO A KISS a Last-Minute Triumph Photo BWW Review: Strawshop's PRELUDE TO A KISS a Last-Minute Triumph
by Jay Irwin - Sep 9, 2018

Any theater company has that fear of, after weeks of rehearsing one play, having to switch it out for another with little rehearsal time left before opening. Maybe the rights to the play get pulled or some other act of the theater Gods which is out of their control forces their hand. But what if a theater were to decide to do it to themselves? Such is the case with Strawberry Theatre Workshop and their current production of Craig Lucas' "Prelude to a Kiss" which took over for what was to be their production of Lucas' "Reckless". After already diving headlong into the show they discovered that one character in particular felt so dated and out of touch as to be offensive without any kind of touchstone in the show to point out the offense. But this is not a review of their decision, so we won't go into all that, this is a review of what they put up … with the same cast … and the same scheduled opening night … after only 12 days of rehearsal.