Everything is Illuminated – Play – Book-it Repertory Theatre

“Everything is Illuminated” stage #play adaptation w/ Book-it Repertory Theatre. Endearing #Ukrainian/Russian English accent/translation. Novel old-timey projection medium. Nice touch w/ live #Jewish/#Yiddish background music. But parallel stories were hard to follow. #Holocaust #WWII

Behold the Dreamers – Play – Book-It Repertory Theatre

#Stage #play adaptation of Behold the Dreamers at Book-It Repertory Theatre. Well-written captivating storytelling. Reminds me of the sacrifices my #immigrant parents made to achieve the #AmericanDream. Loved the juxtaposition between the rich & poor. Surprised that so many seats were empty at such a good play.
Stage play adaptation of “Behold the Dreamers” at Book-It Repertory Theatre. Well-written captivating storytelling. Reminds me of the sacrifices my immigrant parents made to achieve the American Dream. Loved the juxtaposition between the rich & poor. Surprised that so many seats were empty at such a good play.

The Rules of Charity – Play – Sound Theatre Company

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Watched “The Rules of Charity,” a play shedding light on the handicap experience. Riveting, brilliantly-executed, & well-written dialogue. Fantastic climactic fight choreography. But it’s a shame I couldn’t decipher the play’s message.

The Picture of Dorian Gray – Play – Book-it Repertory Theatre

Watched the stage play adaptation of Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray. Oh the English and their coded euphemisms! I read the abridged book in elementary and innocently missed all the gay themes/undertones. Cool final climactic scene.
Watched the stage play adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray. Oh the English and their coded euphemisms! I read the abridged book in elementary and innocently missed all the gay themes/undertones. Cool final climactic scene.

You Can’t Take It With You – Play – Sound Theatre Company

The Stranger tricked me into watching You Can't Take It With You on Broadway thinking it was a musical. Ended up being a 3-act (yikes!) play. Sooooo Seattle what with its colorblind and "gender-blind" casting. Great set but not-so-great sound effects. Good actors. Just not a fan of long plays with few scene changes.
The Stranger tricked me into watching You Can’t Take It With You on Broadway thinking it was a musical. Ended up being a 3-act (yikes!) play. Sooooo Seattle what with its colorblind and “gender-blind” casting. Great set but not-so-great sound effects. Good actors. Just not a fan of long plays with few scene changes.

Howl’s Moving Castle – Musical – Book-it Repertory Theatre

After waiting 2 hrs for standby tickets (for the 2nd time), I finally got matinee seats to the sold out musical stage adaptation of Howl's Moving Castle. So worth it! Such an intricate story. I'll excuse the fire evacuation interruption in the middle and the liberal use of triple-role casting. — attending Howl's Moving Castle, a new musical at Book-It Repertory Theatre.
After waiting 2 hrs for standby tickets (for the 2nd time), I finally got matinee seats to the sold out musical stage adaptation of Howl’s Moving Castle. So worth it! Such an intricate story. I’ll excuse the fire evacuation interruption in the middle and the liberal use of triple-role casting. — attending Howl’s Moving Castle, a new musical at Book-It Repertory Theatre.