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Revisiting: ROCK STAR 17!

In a series of profiles I wrote for crosscut.com, I asked four Seattle creatives this simple question: Who were you at 17, and what part of that person is still with you today? 266 more words


IMPOSTOR: One who imposes on others; a deceiver, swindler, cheat; now chiefly, one who assumes a false character, or passes himself off as some one other than he really is. 412 more words

Media Monday: Berit Anderson, Crosscut

Each Monday, we’re giving readers a chance to get to know the media a little better.

With a little flair.

Our goal is to give readers some insight into the work and work style of area journalists, and get to know a little bit about the person behind the byline. 408 more words

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Happy Days: Beckett play warns against blissful ignorance

Only Samuel Beckett‏ would write a play about a woman buried up to her chest in a

massive hill of sand, her only companions a taciturn old man and a bag containing drugstore goodies and a gun … and call it  74 more words


Strong talent infuses Red at Seattle Rep

The color red means different things to different people. Red can be passion or apples or

lipstick. It can be a sunset or fire or rage. 54 more words


A Single Shard debuts at Seattle Children's Theatre

What happens when a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright takes on a Newberry Award-

winning author’s story about 12th century Korea, Single Shard? Something refreshing.

As tastefully restrained spectacles go, there aren’t many shows that can compete with the new play, … 70 more words


'The Young Man from Atlanta' asks, does the truth help us?

The American dream as a guiding star, historic relic, or unreachable aspiration has been

both studied and sullied by playwrights for decades. Never more so than in Horton Foote’s powerful opus, … 41 more words