Want – Play – Shattered Glass Project

“Want” world premiere play opening night at the Seattle Center Theatre w/ Shattered Glass Project. Enjoyed the contrast between jaded, paranoid, & crazy VS prim, proper, & prissy. #jealousy #poverty
@showsiveseen "Want" world premiere opening night at the @seattlecenter Theatre w/ #ShatteredGlass Project. Enjoyed the contrast between #jaded, paranoid, & #crazy VS prim, proper, & prissy. #jealousy #poverty ♬ Disaster Girl – The Vaccines

The Bonesetter’s Daughter – Play – Book-it Repertory Theatre

“The Bonesetter’s Daughter” stage play adaptation of Amy Tan’s book w/ dad at Book-it Repertory. Layered story w/ many great themes. Makes me want to write down my parents’ story. The cast really hustled w/ all the cast doubling! #China #Chinese #Asian #Asia
@showsiveseen "The #Bonesetter's Daughter" stage #play adaptation of #AmyTan's book w/ dad at Book-it Repertory Theatre. Layered story w/ many great themes. Makes me want to write down my parents' story. The cast really hustled w/ all the cast doubling! #china #chinese ♬ Chinese-style fantasy songs using various Chinese musical instruments – Yukari Okano

Mrs. Caliban – Play – Book-it Repertory Theatre

“Mrs. Caliban” stage adaptation of the novella at Book-it Repertory Theatre. An ocean monster man disrupts the monontous routine of a lonely unfulfilled suburban #housewife. With such a #bizarre story, this #play was oddly #indescribable (in a good way). #fantasy

The Turn of the Screw – Play – Book-It Repertory Theatre

“Turn of the Screw” stage play adaptation w/ Book-It Repertory Theatre at Seattle Center. Eerie gothic supernatural ghost thriller. But too confusing because of British subtlety. Was it all a delusion? #suspense

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

Watched
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.