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Review: MEMOIRS OF A FORGOTTEN MAN at 12th Avenue Arts

How far back can you remember? When you were 10? 5? Do you remember the day you were born? Probably not. That is what makes the subject of D.W. Gregory’s Memoirs of a Forgotten Man so incredible, he can. Thalia’s Umbrella’s productions of the four-person play, masterfully directed by Terry Edward Moore and housed at 12th Avenue Arts, has officially opened, and this is one you truly don’t want to miss…or forget.
Thalia's Umbrella to Present MEMOIRS OF A FORGOTTEN MAN, By DW Gregory

Thalia's Umbrella will present MEMOIRS OF A FORGOTTEN MAN, a NW premiere by DW Gregory. Don't miss this captivating new play!
Thalia's Umbrella Presents the Northwest Premiere of THE STANDBY LEAR, by John W. Lowell

Augie is the understudy for one of the most demanding roles in the theater, King Lear--and he may have to go on tonight. Anna, his wife, is ready to help him. But she has a secret (or two), and he has a problem...
Thalia's Umbrella Presents EUROPE By David Greig, March 10-27 At 12th Avenue Arts

The best play about the United States in 2021 was written in Scotland in 1994. In a time when words and ideas are divisive, and when someone from another country—or the other side of town—can seem both exotic and threatening, come join the feast that is David Greig's powerful play about two outsiders who change a small town. Two refugees arrive at a train station in a small border town where the trains no longer stop. They are not looking for love; they are not looking for trouble. They find both. 
All Performances of Thalia's Umbrella's EUROPE Canceled

All performances of Thalia's Umbrella's production of EUROPE, by David Greig, have been canceled.
US Premiere Of EUROPE By David Greig Comes to Thalia's Umbrella

The best play about BREXIT was written in Scotland in 1994. (It's also about a few other places.) In a time when words and ideas are divisive, come join the feast that is David Greig's powerful play about two refugees who change a small town. The town is already reeling from layoffs at the local factory, and because the trains that link all of Europe no longer stop in the town's station. Everyone in town, old and new, must decide where home is and what they will do to find, make, or keep it. Come see the terror and triumph of worlds colliding in a play that Arts Desk called a?oeTimely, tender, brutal, and brilliant.a??
Season 3 Of BRASS Podcast to Feature New Northwest Cast Members

The ongoing alternate-history podcast BRASS premieres its third season this month. Recorded in Seattle, Washington and featuring a veteran cast of Pacific Northwest talent, the series follows the adventures of a quartet of Victorian science geniuses and their ongoing battle against a criminal mastermind known only as the Crime Minister.
BWW Review: Theatre9/12's UNCLE VANYA Just Doesn't Click

Yes, Dear Readers, it's "Uncle Vanya" … again. Now, don't get confused. I know I just reviewed this a few weeks ago but this is a different production. This is Theatre9/12, those plucky actors who pour over scene work week after week until they come up with a full play they'd like to present, this time it's Annie Baker's adaptation of Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya". They're all about the performance and not so much on the frills since there's usually little in the way of sets or elaborate costumes and they perform at the Trinity Church Parish Hall. And while they usually bring in a fantastic piece, this time it felt they focused a bit too much on individual scene work and not so much on connecting with each other as the play felt like so many performances in a vacuum.
A Quirky, Compassionate (Almost) Silent Play Announced At Thalia's Umbrella

Thalia's Umbrella is thrilled to present the Seattle premiere of Bess Wohl's (mostly) silent comedy Small Mouth Sounds at 12th Avenue Arts April 18 to May 11, 2019.
BWW Review: THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF NOW from Thalia's Umbrella a Sweet Twist on the RomCom

Many have wished they could alter the personality of their significant others in some way but it's usually something small. Don't eat in bed. Stop telling corny jokes. Don't spend all our money on geeky toys. But what if your spouse suddenly had a whole new personality … and you liked it better? Such is the conceit of the world premiere from Thalia's Umbrella with Y York's 'The Impossibility of Now' currently playing at 12th Avenue Arts. And with York's rich dialog and characters and the fantastic cast this sweet little romantic comedy is a delight.
Thalia's Umbrella To Produce World Premiere By Local Playwright Y York

Thalia's Umbrella announces their fifth production: The Impossibility of Now by Y York.  The Impossibility of Now will be performed March 8-31, 2018, at 12th Avenue Arts on Capital Hill. 
Seattle Playwrights Salon Presents UNHINGED by Pamela Hobart Carter

Seattle Playwrights Salon kicks off a year of parity (plays by women!) by presenting Unhinged, by Seattle-based playwright, Pamela Hobart Carter at the Conservatory, 5813 South, Seattle, 98108. Admission is free! Beer, wine, cider, and food available for purchase before and after the show, and during intermission.
BWW Review: Rich Talent, Poor Narrative in Wall Street Satire 63 TRILLION at West of Lenin

Good satire needs two things: merciless mockery, and a compelling narrative. Sandbox Radio's farcical 63 Trillion nails the mockery, but focuses so much of its attention on cramming in as many double-entendres as possible that the narrative becomes secondary to the dick jokes.
BWW Reviews: A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG at ACT Engaging But Dated

What would you do if you had a child who couldn't run or play or really even communicate? That's the central question of Peter Nichols' 1968 play “A Day in the Death of Joe Egg” currently playing at ACT from fledgling theater group Thalia's Umbrella. And while I definitely found some moments and performances in the show thoughtful and engaging, the show itself just seems a bit dated and droning.
Equity Company Members of Theatre Presents A SHADE OF GREEN Through 2/19

The Equity Company Members of Theatre 9/12 present the World Premiere of A SHADE OF GREEN (formerly SHADES OF GREEN), starring Michael Oaks and Gregory Michaels.
Equity Company Members of Theatre Presents A SHADE OF GREEN, 1/27-2/19

The Equity Company Members of Theatre 9/12 present the World Premiere of A SHADE OF GREEN (formerly SHADES OF GREEN), starring Michael Oaks and Gregory Michaels.
Terry Edward Moore Returns For Seattle Shakes The Merry Wives of Windsor

After a nearly 15 year absence, Terry Edward Moore, one of the founding company members of Seattle Shakespeare Company, returns to direct The Merry Wives of Windsor, the final production in the Company's 20th Anniversary season.
Seattle Review: Miss Witherspoon and What is Sexy?

ACT Theatre continues their risky season with Christopher Durang's new existential dilemma, Miss Witherspoon. Nominated for the 2006 Pulitzer, this comedic romp effectively captures the emotions that accompany us in this ever-changing world. . With a superb leading performance and excellent support, ACT cements their reputation as the theatre to go to in Seattle for substance.

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