The latest round-up of reviews for the "Awesome" show...
An Enjoyable Hard-Shelled Crab on the Teen Tix blog
West at On the Boards is kinda sorta Awesome on Seattle Gay Scene
West's Wanderings are Only a Little Less Than "Awesome" on the SunBreak
Today just keeps delivering more and more descriptions about OtB artists that are kind of incredible. The title of this post comes courtesy of nytheatre.com in reference to Radiohole. The company's latest performance (soon to be featured on OntheBoards.tv) inspired this new description and this:
Life was dull and joyless, my theatre-going lackluster. Late-winter New York City blues have left me impatient, fractious, and listless.
Almost a year ago, Pacific Musicworks (then known as Pacific Operaworks) made a splashy debut in a high profile production of Return of Ulyssses that included partnerships with William Kentridge and South Africa's Handspring Puppet Company.
Jeremy Barker reviews construct:
We've never seen choreography with so much character before, so much personality, to say nothing of such a broad sense of humor.
Brendan Kiley just posted a short review of construct:
Michael Upchurch writes about the show in the Seattle Times
"All three dancers manage effects you'd otherwise imagine only working in some elaborate, artful water ballet."
Steve Wiecking at Seattle Met just posted a review of construct:
Check out these local reviews for the Lost Action performance here at OtB:
Seattle Times – Dance review: "Lost Action" weaves a sobering tale
Seattle PI – Kidd Pivot's 'Lost Action' is amazing
Seattle Magazine (blog) – A Must-See Ballet of Poppin’ and Lockin’
Check out what the local press had to say about JERK at OtB:
Seattle PI (preview) – Hand puppets do the dirty work in telling the disturbing tale of 'Jerk'
Seattle PI – Troubling 'Jerk' reveals the real puppets