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Noah Duffy (Puck), G Valmont Thomas (Bottom), Stephanie Weeks (Titania), Phil Darius Wallace (Oberon)

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Noah Duffy News

BWW Review: Birmingham has a Bright Comedy in THE SUNSHINE BOYS at the Virginia Samfo Photo BWW Review: Birmingham has a Bright Comedy in THE SUNSHINE BOYS at the Virginia Samford Theatre
by David Edward Perry - May 29, 2018

'The Sunshine Boys' has laughs and smiles that harken back to the golden age of television. This production gives life to great characters and snappy deliveries. They capture the magic in Neil Simon's writing and invite you to 'ENTER!'

BWW 2017 Seattle Critic's Choice Awards (Jay's Picks) Photo BWW 2017 Seattle Critic's Choice Awards (Jay's Picks)
by Jay Irwin - Jan 4, 2018

Dear Readers, it's been quite a year and, hopefully, we've come through it unscathed. God knows we've needed some shows to help us escape and others to make us think. But through it all we've had several shows that have proven to shine as some of the best of the year. Out of all the shows I was fortunate enough to see this year, I've selected a few that stood out. Here are those stand outs, a few honorable mentions and a few special mentions about which I just couldn't help myself but to mention in their own special way.

Summer Season Announced at 18th & Union
by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2017

18th & Union is back from Spring Break, and we're looking forward to warmer weather (although no worries, we have air conditioning!). We're welcoming these shows opening in June and running in rep throughout the month.

BWW Review: SHLONG SONG Has Cojones at 18th and Union
by Amelia Reynolds - Feb 7, 2017

The most common subject in comedy is sex. But Woody Shticks (brainchild of Noah Duffy and star of 18th and Union's 'Shlong Song') is not just a comedian, he's a dynamic storyteller. It's a man talking about his sexual journey. At times, it's heartbreaking. At other times, it's fantastic. Either way, you'll laugh along with him.

BWW Review: Seagull Project's CHERRY ORCHARD Still Shines Amidst Some Confusion
by Jay Irwin - Feb 6, 2017

Mounting something as complex as a Chekov play is not an easy undertaking and should only be handled by professionals. Luckily, in Seattle, we have the Seagull Project who has been tackling these works the last few years including the absolutely incredible "Three Sisters" they put up a few years back. But as crystal clear the intent of the characters in their current production of "The Cherry Orchard" at ACT is, thanks to the stellar performances and direction, I wonder if the translation they chose isn't doing them any favors as I was never quite certain who many of these people were.

18th & Union Announces Winter 2017 Lineup ODDBALLS AND MISFITS
by BWW News Desk - Jan 20, 2017

18th & Union is pleased to announce a baker's half-dozen of portable performances to welcome the New Year. Continuing with our mission to introduce audiences to artistic adventures, our Winter series has been curated by local artists Andrew Lee Creech and Keira McDonald.

18th & Union Announces Winter 2017 Lineup ODDBALLS AND MISFITS
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 5, 2017

18th & Union is pleased to announce a baker's half-dozen of portable performances to welcome the New Year. Continuing with our mission to introduce audiences to artistic adventures, our Winter series has been curated by local artists Andrew Lee Creech and Keira McDonald.

Photo Coverage: Bainbridge Performing Arts Presents PICASSO Dress Rehearsal Photos
by Molly Tracy - Oct 7, 2016

This absurdist comedy places Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso in a Parisian cafe in 1904, just before the renowned scientist transformed physics with his theory of relativity and the celebrated painter set the art world afire with cubism. 

BWW Review: Multidimensional STAGEright's WEIRD ROMANCE Examines Love Powerfully
by Amelia Reynolds - Feb 9, 2016

Take two episodes of The Twilight Zone, add psychedelic aesthetics and a musical score and BOOM, you have STAGEright's 'Weird Romance.' Directed by Brendan Mack, this 'two one-act musicals of speculative fiction' somehow made a glam-rock Rod Serling fever dream accessible and intimate.

Photo Flash: HAIR Begins Tonight at Bainbridge Performing Arts
by BWW News Desk - Oct 9, 2015

Rock music, counter-culture, and the sexual revolution take center stage in HAIR, the first and most successful rock musical of all time, at Bainbridge Performing Arts this month. Featuring the iconic numbers Aquarius, Good Morning Starshine, I Believe in Love, Hair, I Got Life, What a Piece of Work Is Man, and Hippie Life, HAIR offers meaningful commentary on the generational divide of the Sixties, lending vitality and insights that remain relevant today. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!