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Two queens coach the clueless in this hilarious peek into an integral form of queer art-making.
Seattle Public Theatre engages with one end of homelessness while missing the other.
Ebo Barton and Sarah Rosenblatt’s queer social-justice play invited the cast to shape its story.
Meant to showcase Mexican culture to the world, ‘Luzia’ fails its premise from beginning to end.
Washington Ensemble’s take on “A Doll’s House” gets a meta drag interloper.
David Byrne’s spectacle-driven musical engages with the political history of the Philippines.
Flitting between WWII Japan and the present-day U.S., the play connects the dots of a sterotype.
A Czech opera is transported from Russia to Cascadia, making its villain even more chilling.
From heartbreak to heartburn, the play follows the story of a passionate queer partnership.
How did they get away with this in 1954?
The POC cast confront whiteness, and tell their own stories in a deeply humanizing and poetic way.