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Seattle Repertory Theatre presents a twisted all-female twist on the classic drama
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"An Octoroon" will have a first look show on April 3 and then will run from April 19 to May 13.
A new play considers an extraordinary female composer’s life with a timely twist. Our review
Sonya Schneider’s new play touches on family trauma, with mixed results
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After 16 years in Seattle, most recently as associate artistic director at Seattle Repertory Theatre, Marya Sea Kaminski says farewell to Seattle with an August Wilson play.
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"Let’s go to a place where you can drink, socialize, see a sexy show, and listen to some Chopin and Dvorak. That’s my kind of evening."