Nonsense and Beauty – Play – Theatre22

“Nonsense & Beauty” play opening weekend w/ Theatre22 & Seattle Public Theater. Finding refreshing beautiful gems like this is exactly why I support community theatre. Loved the light-hearted romantic comedy scenes in the 1st act. Sad Theatre22 is closing after this production’s run. #LGBT #loveTriangle #gay

Type: Play

Recommendation: See it!

Rating (Out of 5 Stars): 5 stars

Theater Company: Theatre22

Venue: Seattle Public Theatre

Price: $ (Low)

Dates: September 9 – October 2, 2022

Seating: Assigned

Linkhttps://www.theatre22.org/nb/

@showsiveseen “Nonsense & Beauty” #play opening weekend w/ #Theatre22 & @seattlepublictheater. Finding refreshing beautiful gems like this is exactly why I support community theatre. Loved the light hearted romantic comedy scenes in the 1st act. Sad Theatre22 is closing after this production’s run. #LGBT #loveTriangle #gay #theatre ♬ DOESNT COUNT – KAYDEN

Titanish – Musical Comedy Play – Seattle Public Theater & The Habit Comedy

“Titanish” musical comedy play opening weekend w/ The Habit Comedy Troupe & Seattle Public Theater. Hilarious spoof parody of the classic Titanic movie. So much “surpise humor.” Took me back to the 90s. Uncanny-looking Jack. Cmon, there was enough space on the raft door for him!
@showsiveseen "#Titanish" #musical #comedy #play opening weekend w/ The Habit Comedy & @seattlepublictheater. #Hilarious #parody of the #Titanic movie. So much "surpise #humor ♬ Titanic – Zaipox

Riverwood – Play – Seattle Public Theatre

“Riverwood” play w/ dad at Langston Hughes Performing Arts & Seattle Public Theater. Tenants in a rundown neighborhood struggle w/ the reality of race, poverty, social class, & gentrification. #POC #BiPOC

@showsiveseen "Riverwood" #play w/ dad at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute & Seattle Public Theater. Tenants in a rundown neighborhood struggle w/ the reality of #race, #poverty, #socialClass, & #gentrification. #POC #BiPOC ♬ EARN YA – Xavier White

Vanishing Point – Musical – Seattle Public Theater

Watched the musical "Vanishing Point," which explored the disappearances of Agatha Christie, Amelia Earhart, & Aimee Semple McPherson. When will I ever learn to stay away from historical fiction plays/musicals? So very dry.
Watched the musical “Vanishing Point,” which explored the disappearances of Agatha Christie, Amelia Earhart, & Aimee Semple McPherson. When will I ever learn to stay away from historical fiction plays/musicals? So very dry.

Type: Musical

Recommendation: Only see it if you like dry historical theatre.

Rating (Out of 5 Stars): 3 stars

Negatives: The script and music was boring. Plus, I’m not a huge history fiction buff. So, I left at intermission.

Story, Script, and Lyrics:  Exploration on the events surrounding the disappearances of Agatha Christie, Amelia Earhart, & Aimee Semple McPherson. So very dry.

Cast and Theater Company:  You could tell these were great actors but unfortunately they had a terrible piece to perform.

Venue and Set: Simple

Music and Audio: No microphones but the space is small enough and the performers project loud enough that you’re able to hear okay. Music consisted of bass (or cello?) and a piano.

Price: $ (Low-priced at $17-34)

Dates: January 25, 2018 – February 25, 2018

Seating: Assigned. Make sure you sit in the middle. The left and right arena seats suck.

Link: https://www.seattlepublictheater.org/vanishing-point/