A review of Beth Henley’s 1981 play, now on stage at Village Theatre, about dysfunctional sisters and their “man troubles.”
Nancy Worssam at 10 saw her first Broadway show. As a youth in New York City, theater and museum visits were regular fare. College teaching and service in the National Endowment for the Humanities preceded her move to Seattle. She writes theater and art reviews for The Seattle Times.
A review of “Buzzer,” on stage at ACT in Seattle through Feb. 21. Playwright Tracey Scott Wilson has loaded the play with thought-provoking issues.
A review of the family-dynamic comedy “This Christmas,” playing at Taproot Theatre through Dec. 26.
A review of “The Art of Bad Men,” about German POWs serving as farm labor in Minnesota. A Map Theatre production, directed by Kelly Kitchens,...
A review of “The Landscape Beckons,” works by Northwest artists inspired by the people and scenery of the region, at Stonington Gallery through Sept. 26.
A review of Taproot Theatre’s 2015 production of “Godspell,” a musical retelling of the teachings of Jesus.
Review of Allan Packer show at Bryan Ohno Gallery, paintings that show Packer’s trademark bold colors, geometric shapes, mystical creatures, surprising juxtapositions and optical illusions.
“Calligraphic Abstraction,” at the Seattle Asian Art Museum through Oct. 4, is a centuries- and culture-spanning look at the form.