Friday, July 11, 2008

ATW NewsClips - California, Pacific Northwest Print

Los Angeles Times

'The Drowsy Chaperone' at the Ahmanson
The revisiting musical is pleasant, though not as well performed as the 2005...

'Rose' at the Odyssey Theatre

Los Angeles Daily News

A top-notch tale of marriage, menace and 'Betrayal' in NoHo
In the works of Harold Pinter, the devil really is in the small details

Longing for `Drowsy Chaperone's's days of yore
A once-great show returns merely good

Orange County Register

O.C. drama students get advice and insight from actress Kathy Baker
The TV and film star recently visited South Coast Repertory's Professional Intensive Program.

Orange County Weekly

The Huntington Beach Playhouse's New Musical, 'Born to Ride the Waves,' Feels a Tad Too Familiar

San Francisco Chronicle

Theater Review: Strong cast in 'A Chorus Line'

Contra Costa Times

Lively Arts by Margot Abbott
This summer Women's Will will bring Bertolt Brecht's classic "The Good Person of Szechuan" to Centennial Park, 5353 Sunol Blvd., Pleasanton...

Town Hall Theatre's 'Moon"

San Diego Union-Tribune

Town Hall Theatre's 'Moon"
As the old saying goes, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. Twenty-two years after its debut at the Old Globe Theatre and nine years after its first production at the Starlight Theatre in Balboa Park, the Tony award-winning musical “Into the Woods” returns to San Diego for a three-week-plus engagement at the Starlight.

Seattle Times

Triumphant "Streetcar" arrives at Intiman

Balagan Theatre announces 2008-09 lineup

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Stella steps up to steer 'A Streetcar Named Desire'
Intiman's "Streetcar" steers a different course, but it arrives at its destination with a magnificent flourish.

Actor plays against his own personality as Jim in Taproot's 'Big River'
Geoffery Simmons plays against his own personality as Jim in "Big River."

The play's the thing -- in a big way -- at free Seattle Outdoor Theater Festival
This weekend's Seattle Outdoor Theater Festival offers nine plays presented by seven companies on two stages.

The Oregonian

Five Live: Performance
2. "Pippin" Tin Pan Alley Theatre Company,...
3. "A Midsummer Night's Dream" Sure, there's that disco-glittery production...
5. "Bitchin'tella" In case the recent visit of "Avenue Q" wasn't warped enough for you...

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