Tuesday, July 15, 2008

ATW NewsClips - California, Pacific Northwest Print

Los Angeles Times

A 'Shrew' made for the L.A. lifestyle

Comic royalty with a common touch
Ricky Gervais jokingly takes the stage in a crown before romping through a...

Orange Couty Register Paul Hodgins' Theater Blog

Shakespeare Orange County offers “pay what you will” performances

Neutra building is spared from the wrecker’s ball — for now

L.A. Weekly

Theater Reviews: Assassins, The Comedy of Errors
Also, Looped, Of Equal Measure, and more

San Francisco Chronicle

Theater review: So-so 'Person of Szechuan'

Chad Jones' Theater Dogs Blog

Blinded by the `Blonde’

San Diego Union-Tribune

'Streetcar' Stanley not a heart's desire
There's an oppressive weight that hangs over Tennessee Williams' “A Streetcar Named Desire” – the heat of a New Orleans summer, the cramped tenement quarters, Stanley Kowalski's brutish nature, and the sexual tension between Stanley and his sister-in-law, Blanche DuBois.

Seattle Times

G&S Society's "Mikado" does its authors proud
Gilbert & Sullivan's "The Mikado" has a new staging at the Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society, playing through July 26 at Seattle Repertory Theatre.

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

On Stage: On Stage: 'Big River' flows with energy
Taproot's "Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" is powerful, full of energy and presence.

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