Build a New Show with 600 Highwaymen - No Experience Necessary Feb 29, 2016

by Erin

Calling Seattle-ites from age 13 to 75! Join Brooklyn-based theater artists 600 HIGHWAYMEN as they develop a new project in a residency at OtB from April 5 to April 23, 2016. No experience is necessary. The artists are looking for a wide range of humans to help them in building their new project, THE FEVER. Participants will be paid a stipend.

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Dana Michel Interview Feb 25, 2016

by Erin

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Dana Michel Talks Process at the ImPulsTanz Festival Feb 25, 2016

by Erin


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Watch a preview of Yellow Towel Feb 25, 2016

by Erin

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Kidd Pivot Improvisation Class | Mar 16 Feb 24, 2016

by Erin

WED |  MAR 16, 2016 | 6:00-7:30pm
On the Boards
(100 W. Roy St. Seattle, WA 98119)
$15 – reservation required at link below

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Dana Michel on her Artistic Process Feb 22, 2016

by Erin



‘I’m interested in seeing, yeah, what is the result of difficulty and danger? …and it’s fun.”

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"Barely Moving, But Communicating Volumes" - Dana Michel in the New York Times Feb 22, 2016

by Erin

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JULIA performance review Feb 17, 2016

by Isabella L. Price

When I came into the theater to grab the seat that I had reserved for myself earlier in the evening, it was taken. Laughing, white faces were sitting in my seat, and instinctually I knew not to raise a fuss, to find a seat elsewhere.

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Performance Review: JULIA Feb 15, 2016

by Amber Candelaria

August Strindberg‘s play “Miss Julie”, written in 1888, is a story of the walls that exist between people. The walls between the young and wealthy Julie and her father’s valet Jean are palpable. Unlike so many upstairs downstairs stories, this story makes no attempt to break down these walls. Misogyny, racism, and classism are fiercely clung to.

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Is it real? Is it still a show?: My date with a stranger for Christiane Jatahy's Julia Feb 15, 2016

by Tessa Hulls

If you're going to watch something gut-punchingly devastating, is it better to know ahead of time what you're getting yourself in for?

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"A Dazzling Contemporary Take on Strindberg" - Seattle PI reviews JULIA Feb 14, 2016

by Erin

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Review: JULIA by Christiane Jatahy Feb 12, 2016

by Juniper Shuey

The performance at On the Boards, JULIA by Christiane Jatahy this weekend is a thought provoking, well considered, contemporary work.  It tackles class, race, sex and all the isms you can think of between them all.  It is done masterfully using the mediums of live theater, film and breaking the fourth wall.  It is a journey through emotions a

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Christiane Jatahy Audience Reactions Feb 12, 2016

by Erin


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TLOJ Feb 12, 2016

by Yonnas T Getahun

 

Jest,

blemishes.

The room we make for beauty

and which it demands.

 

All of us, culprits, committed.

The impartial order

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More about August Strindberg & Miss Julie Feb 8, 2016

by Erin


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Hey Hey It’s VALENTINES DAY! Feb 5, 2016

by Monique

A canary, the drama of a Brazilian love-spat, Strindberg, and hints of violence and death. What better way to spend your February 14th than at On the Boards.

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More About Christiane Jatahy Feb 4, 2016

by Erin

Learn more about Brazilian theater/film director Christiane Jatahy's work at her website. 

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Watch a Film Reel for "Julia" star Julia Bernat Feb 4, 2016

by Erin

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Watch a Trailer for Christiane Jatahy's "Julia" Feb 3, 2016

by Erin

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Into the Great Wide Open: My Date With a Stranger for Rabih Mroué's Riding on a Cloud Feb 1, 2016

by Tessa Hulls

Bart Ramsey, my date with a stranger for Rabih Mroué's Riding on a Cloud, made a New Year's resolution to more deeply engage with the arts. In the past, he's “been to a few operas and seen the Nutcracker,” but recently, he's been wanting to explore and support more non-mainstream work.

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Rabih Mroue at On the Boards this weekend Feb 1, 2016

by hami bahadori

Riding on a cloud, written and directed by Lebanese artist Rabih Mroué and performed by his brother Yasser, is the life story of Yasser performed by himself. This show was my first experience being at On the Boards in Seattle.

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