The co-founder and director of the edgy theater company talks about 'Red Light Winter' and '25 Saints' at ACT and embracing ugly theater.
Leavenworth's new-play fest brings A Perfect Robot and The Private Sector to ACT Theatre.
You thought Lucille Bluth was nasty in Arrested Development. You haven't met Polly Wyeth.
Never a dull moment when Washington Ensemble Theatre is involved.
Ian Bell’s social theater gets locals talking about sex, crime, love, and the afterlife.
Time to meet Big Edie and Little Edie.
This week at ACT: a show that spotlights the songs and stories of Seattle’s hard-rocking women of the ’90s.
Ten actors spent nine months fully immersed in Chekhov's The Seagull. Actress Julie Briskman talks about hatching the bird.
New play These Streets spotlights the songs and stories of Seattle’s hard-rocking women of the ’90s.
The whole package is great fun—and edifying, too.