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The cast of the upcoming production of The Wolves at ACT.
Danielle Mohlman examines the women laying claim to sports via the theatre, and their inspiration for doing so.
Photo by Dawn Schaefer.
Photo of a brown-skinned boy looking at the photographer through the lens of his own camera.
Encore Stages recently sat down with Trina Gadsden, Youth in Focus’s Executive Director, to discuss seeing the world in light and shadows.
Photo by Youth in Focus student.
Porscha Shaw as Ophelia and Xavier Bleuel as Rude Boy in 12 Ophelias (a play with broken songs) at UW Drama. Photo by Isabel Le.
Shakespeare is part of our cultural landscape. And soon, permutations of his work will be all over Seattle.
Isabel Le
The Things Are Against Us with Washington Ensemble Theatre. (three people standing in a bathtub)
Bobbin Ramsey has lived and breathed Seattle art her entire life.
Photo by Chris Bennion.
The final scene of Hamlet.
Anthea Carns is a busy woman, creating theatre as well as running Bard in a Bar
Photo courtesy of Bard in a Bar.
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The Things Are Against Us with Washington Ensemble Theatre. (three people standing in a bathtub)
Bobbin Ramsey lives and breathes Seattle art.
The final scene of Hamlet.
Anthea Carns is a busy woman!
Headshot of the artist SassyBlack, with dyed vibrant red hair, before a background of live flowers.
SassyBlack on place, communication and creativity.
Actors box in ACT Theatre's production of The Royale.
Convincing new theatre-goers to dive in.
Porscha Shaw as Ophelia and Xavier Bleuel as Rude Boy in 12 Ophelias (a play with broken songs) at UW Drama. Photo by Isabel Le.
Shakespeare is part of our cultural landscape.
Photo of a brown-skinned boy looking at the photographer through the lens of his own camera.
Trina Gadsden discusses light and shadows.