Quarantine State of Mind

Seattle's Artists Are in Trouble

Venues and organizations large and small are in a bad way because of coronavirus. But we can help.

03/12/2020 By Stefan Milne

Theater Review

Is God Is Offers a New Take on the Revenge Plot

Washington Ensemble Theatre kicks off its season with a brutal and allusive play.

09/10/2019 By Stefan Milne

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work April 1–4

A saucy take on Lewis Carroll, a horror-comedy play, and local band members fly solo at Chop Suey.

04/01/2019 By Stefan Milne

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work January 14–17

Pints and arias, a literary bus driver, and some futurist soul.

01/14/2019 By Aly Brady

Theater Review

'Straight White Men' Just Doesn't Work as Intended

Questionable performances mire Washington Ensemble Theatre's sold out family drama about white privilege and progressive obliviousness.

01/16/2018 By Darren Davis

Theater Review

The Extremely Weird Feminism of 'Cherdonna's Doll's House'

Washington Ensemble Theatre's new play (or maybe drag show?) is mostly a hot mess until it succeeds wildly.

05/03/2017 By Darren Davis

Stage Preview

Washington Ensemble Theatre's Depraved 12th Season

Filled with deviant obsessions, infidelity, and dark secrets, the ensemble's upcoming productions celebrate the worst in everyone.

09/11/2015 By Darren Davis

Theater Review

What Do You Know, Bernadette?

Washington Ensemble Theatre takes on a teenage girl's coming of age in The Edge of Our Bodies.

04/04/2014 By Jeremy Novak

Theater Review

Most Memorable Moments from WET's 'Ed, Downloaded'

Archiving the moments we'll remember from Washington Ensemble Theatre's new sci-fi play about a digital hereafter.

02/07/2014 By Jessie Beebe and Jeremy G. Novak

Local Talent

A Fiendish Conversation with Washington Ensemble Theatre's Ali el-Gasseir

The director of 'Ed, Downloaded' discusses the show's sci-fi heart and the Ensemble's upcoming relocation.

01/30/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld