18th & Union returns, renewed

18th & Union returns, renewed

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailThree shows in this month’s return to live theater 18th & Union is pleased to announce new shows for Fall 2020. The venue has been closed since March due to the COVID-19 public health crisis. After six challenging months, we’re reopening with three solo productions in September. 18th & …

John Cameron Mitchell hit Seattle’s Moore Theatre for a good cause

John Cameron Mitchell hit Seattle’s Moore Theatre for a good cause

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailby MK Scott A live national tour is a rarity for John Cameron Mitchell, the writer, director, and star of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. But “Origin of Love” is for a good cause: to raise funds to take care of his mom, who is battling Alzheimer’s disease. (A …

[ICYMI] Origin Story: An Interview with John Cameron Mitchell

[ICYMI] Origin Story: An Interview with John Cameron Mitchell

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailby Gregg Shapiro If ever there was a modern gay renaissance man, it’s John Cameron Mitchell. The actor-writer-filmmaker probably first crossed most of our radar when Hedwig and the Angry Inch, which he co-wrote with gay musician Stephen Trask, first opened off-Broadway in 1998, featuring Mitchell in the lead …

[ICYMI] Girls Scout: An Interview with Kristin Chenoweth

[ICYMI] Girls Scout: An Interview with Kristin Chenoweth

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailby Gregg Shapiro Tony and Emmy Award–winning actress Kristin Chenoweth could potentially have a Grammy Award in her sights with her new album For the Girls (Concord). On her most contemporary, pop-oriented studio album in nearly 10 years, Chenoweth pays tribute to several of her musical icons, including Judy …

[ICYMI] Mario Cantone appears in new musical ‘Bliss’ at 5th Avenue Theatre

[ICYMI] Mario Cantone appears in new musical ‘Bliss’ at 5th Avenue Theatre

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailby David Edward Hughes Probably best known for his role as Anthony Marentino, the wedding planner/Charlotte’s confidante on the uber-popular HBO TV series “Sex and the City” (and two subsequent films) and on Netflix this year in a hysterical turn as Alma Joy on “AJ and the Queen” opposite …

The UK hit concert, “The Choir of Man” makes NW debut at last after being completely snowed-out last year

The UK hit concert, “The Choir of Man” makes NW debut at last after being completely snowed-out last year

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailby MK Scott When I first heard about The Choir of Man, I assumed that this was a boyband/choral group. After some research, I soon realized that this was an actual stage show with nine hunky singers and dancers coming together with UK pubs as the backdrop. The promotional …

Peter Bartlett Has More than “One Life to Live”…And, It’s In “Mrs. Doubtfire: The Musical”

Peter Bartlett Has More than “One Life to Live”…And, It’s In “Mrs. Doubtfire: The Musical”

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailby David-Edward Hughes   Actor Peter Bartlett is one of those faces that gets recognized by people as “That man in that thing” from his role (2001-2012) as butler Nigel Bartholomew-Smythe (and later his identical cousin Neville) on ABC’s greatly missed daytime soap One Life to Live. He appeared …

ArtsWest’s Head over Heels was a pure and wonderful experience

ArtsWest’s Head over Heels was a pure and wonderful experience

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailby Brian Matt Having been told that Head over Heels included music from the Go-Go’s, I said yes to watching it, not knowing what to expect – although you really can’t go wrong with the this great band. What I saw was an amazing combination of sixteenth-century prose and …

Intiman Theatre raises $130,000 in one month!

Intiman Theatre raises $130,000 in one month!

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailSEATTLE – The board and staff of Intiman Theatre are pleased to announce that the theatre has raised $130,000 in one month, including $60,000 at their annual brunch gala on November 2. These donations count toward the October 3 announced Q4 goal of $200,000, leaving $70,000 remaining to raise …

Sean Dorsey Dance returns to Seattle with ‘Boys in Trouble’

Sean Dorsey Dance returns to Seattle with ‘Boys in Trouble’

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailTrue transsexual confessions. An unabashed love letter between black queer men. A sendup of all things macho. A queer spin on butchness. Real talk about whiteness. An invitation to look deeply at shame. Giving witness to hurt and heartbreak. A roadmap for another way. Sean Dorsey Dance returns to …