Friday, July 18, 2008

ATW NewsClips - California, Pacific Northwest Print

Los Angeles Times

'Sweet Charity'
The fast-paced Madrid Theatre production is full of spunk and pizazz.

A lynching yields a musical love story

'Henry IV' in Barnsdall Park
In its fifth season of free Shakespeare in Barnsdall Park, the Independent Shakespeare Company presents...

Peters writes a new role for herself
She has earned seven Tony nominations and a rapt fan base. Rebounding from...

King Henry is outnumbered
David Denman marches to Agincourt as Shakespeare's brave king, but the cast's...

Los Angeles Daily News

'Of Equal Measure' comes up short
One-sided direction, story don't deliver

Orange County Register

Shakespeare Orange County's 'Henry V' roars with British pride
The Garden Grove-based troupe's staging is a grand retelling of one of England's greatest military victories.

Dr. Seuss debuts this weekend at renovated Gem Theater
The Garden Grove theater reopens after extensive remodel with Seussical the Musical

Orange County Weekly

Getting Wet With Monica Palacios Before Her 'Greetings From a Queer SeƱorita' Runs at Breath

San Francisco Chronicle

Still Current
During the Lorca Summer Festival, the Pangs Theater ensemble is staging the three plays that made Federico Garcia Lorca's theatrical reputation: "The Blood Wedding," "Yerma" and "The House of Bernarda Alba."

San Francisco Examiner

Kudos: Ruth Felt
Occupation Founder and president of SF Performances

Chad Jones' Theater Dogs Blog

Eugenie Chan spins into Avant GardARAMA!

Contra Costa Times

Hit musical 'Drowsy Chaperone' got its start at a stag party
Fortunately, the betrothed were good comedy writers

Seattle Times

Three reviews of Shakespeare shows outdoors

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

The union of Shakespeare groups is far from a marriage of star-crossed lovers
Merger of Seattle Shakespeare Company and Wooden O was a marriage that just made sense.

See all of 'Angels in America' -- but with two casts, in two theaters
For the next few weeks, avid Tony Kushner fans can shuttle between two fringe productions to see both parts of "Angel in America," "Millennium Approaches" and "Perestroika," with two different casts.

The Oregonian

Take a ticket for classic fare
Tobias Andersen is a prominent actor on Portland-area stages, playing key roles in such high-profile productions as Artists Rep's adaptation of "Uncle Vanya" (the one that starred William Hurt)....

Five Live: Performance
2. "Man to Man" Inspired by the performance methods of late Portlander Scott Kelman, the U.K.-based Kelman Group presents a one-woman show about gender switching and ...
3. "21A" Vancouver company Arts Equity crosses the river this year while looking for a new permanent home. First up: Joey LeBard stars in the multi-character solo show, ...

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