Here’s news from the Seattle area’s performing arts community and beyond.
Queen Elizabeth battles Mary Queen of Scots in Seattle Opera‘s production of Mary Stuart. Reviewers are raving. It’s gorgeous and fiery. As usual, our own Travis Vogt sees it with his grandma and learns that “Bill Canto” is not a composer.
Seattle Children’s Theatre is staging Brooklyn Bridge, for ages nine and up. It’s “something special.”
Village Theatre‘s latest, My Heart is the Drum, is “a story that no one has ever seen.”
Speaking of Village Theatre, congratulations on your coming season.
Intiman Theatre recently announced their fifth season. This year they celebrate black female playwrights.
He’s been in theater for over 35 years. He’s done over 130 productions. He’s Seattle’s own R. Hamilton Wright.
Can opera cure its sexism problem?
Finally: keep your desk a mess. Tidying up can hamper creativity.