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Yadira Duarte, Brenda Joyner, Mari Nelson, Peggy Gannon, and Keiko Green. Photo by Jo Photo

Yadira Duarte, Brenda Joyner, Mari Nelson, Peggy Gannon, and Keiko Green. Photo by John Ulman

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Caitlin Frances, Peggy Gannon

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Jody McCoy, Peggy Gannon, Bill Higham

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Peggy Gannon, Alyssa Keene

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Mike Dooly, Emily Grogan, Peggy Gannon, Julie Jamieson, Kate Witt and Tim Gouran

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Pony World Theatre Presents The West Coast Premiere Of WHAT WE WERE By Blake Hackler Photo Pony World Theatre Presents The West Coast Premiere Of WHAT WE WERE By Blake Hackler
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 5, 2020

Three sisters in an East Texas town have a dark family secret. As their relationship weaves from past to present, coping means finding a balance between escape and facing the truth. Spanning twenty years, WHAT WE WERE mixes procedural mystery with memory as these sisters learn that home isn't just where your heart is. 

Seattle Theater Writers Announce the Eighth Annual Nominations of the 2018 Gypsy Rose Photo Seattle Theater Writers Announce the Eighth Annual Nominations of the 2018 Gypsy Rose Lee Awards
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 26, 2019

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.

A Masterclass In Political Intrigue â€" RICHARD III Starts September 12 at Seattle Sh Photo A Masterclass In Political Intrigue â€" RICHARD III Starts September 12 at Seattle Shakespeare
by BWW News Desk - Sep 14, 2018

A wheeler-dealer charlatan has taken control of the country… and everybody underestimated him. Seattle Shakespeare Company launches its 2018-2019 season with a masterclass in political intrigue, Shakespeare's Richard III. The production is a collaboration with upstart crow collective, and features an all-female acting company. Richard III will be directed by Rosa Joshi, and previews September 12 and 13, opens September 14, and runs through October 7 at the Leo K. Theatre.

A Masterclass In Political Intrigue â€" RICHARD III Starts Today at Seattle Shakespea Photo A Masterclass In Political Intrigue â€" RICHARD III Starts Today at Seattle Shakespeare
by BWW News Desk - Sep 12, 2018

A wheeler-dealer charlatan has taken control of the country… and everybody underestimated him. Seattle Shakespeare Company launches its 2018-2019 season with a masterclass in political intrigue, Shakespeare's Richard III. The production is a collaboration with upstart crow collective, and features an all-female acting company. Richard III will be directed by Rosa Joshi, and previews September 12 and 13, opens September 14, and runs through October 7 at the Leo K. Theatre.

A Masterclass In Political Intrigue â€" RICHARD III Starts September 12 at Seattle Sh Photo A Masterclass In Political Intrigue â€" RICHARD III Starts September 12 at Seattle Shakespeare
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 17, 2018

A wheeler-dealer charlatan has taken control of the country… and everybody underestimated him. Seattle Shakespeare Company launches its 2018-2019 season with a masterclass in political intrigue, Shakespeare's Richard III. The production is a collaboration with upstart crow collective, and features an all-female acting company. Richard III will be directed by Rosa Joshi, and previews September 12 and 13, opens September 14, and runs through October 7 at the Leo K. Theatre.

BWW Review: MAP's Dark Absurd Comedy YEAR OF THE ROOSTER Photo BWW Review: MAP's Dark Absurd Comedy YEAR OF THE ROOSTER
by Jay Irwin - Apr 15, 2018

On the surface Olivia Dufault's "Year of the Rooster" doesn't seem like a fun night out filled with laughs. A play about a failed trainer for cock fights. And to be honest it packs an ending that will not send you whistling into the street filled with hope for tomorrow. But this is MAP Theatre, and as their mission statement says, "We favor local work and comedy that hurts a bit" and this one does hurt. But at the same time, it's filled with stunning performances and more than a few laughs in this absurd yet all too grounded world director Peggy Gannon and the cast and crew have created over at 18th and Union.

MAP Theatre Presents YEAR OF THE ROOSTER Photo MAP Theatre Presents YEAR OF THE ROOSTER
by Julie Musbach - Mar 14, 2018

Year of the Rooster is a dark and funny play about the underground culture of cock-fighting, and about the consuming drive to be a winner; a comedic attack on rural poverty, animal cruelty and toxic masculinity in America.

The Gypsy Rose Lee Awards Announce 2017 Winners Photo The Gypsy Rose Lee Awards Announce 2017 Winners
by Stephi Wild - Feb 1, 2018

The winners of the 2017 Gypsy Rose Lee Awards are announced by the Seattle critics circle, Seattle Theater Writers!

Announcing The Nominees For The 2017 GYPSY ROSE LEE AWARDS By The Seattle Theater Wri Photo Announcing The Nominees For The 2017 GYPSY ROSE LEE AWARDS By The Seattle Theater Writers
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 24, 2018

Seattle's critics announce the 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 as much professional theater as we reviewers can attend in a year. Named in honor of the famed theater entrepreneur and Seattle native, Gypsy Rose Lee, and in a nod to the vast numbers or theater practitioners forced to travel the country to earn their living, the Gypsys seek to acknowledge the excellence of the Seattle theater community.

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.