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Opening Night Mar 8, 2007

Candycorn Vampire The candycorn vampire makes a rare daylight appearance.
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Top 20 Search Strings for February Mar 5, 2007

Our webstats OtB popularity contest tells us that for the third month in a row, Steve Cuiffo of The Foundry Theatre is holding steady at #10... 1. on the 2. on the boards seattle 3. boards 4. 12 minutes 5. seattle on the boards 6. on the boards seattle wa 7. ontheboards.org 8. ontheboards 9. on the boards theater 10. steve cuiffo 11. on the board seattle 12. on the boards theatre 13. otb seattle 14. on the boards theater seattle 15.
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PNB and Molly Scott/Jarrad Powell Feb 21, 2007

In April, PNB presents their "Celebrate Seattle Festival". OtB is particularly excited about the inclusion of  OtB alulmni Mary Sheldon (Molly) Scott and Jarrad Powell! The week-long program also features work by  Kiyon Gaines, Robert Joffrey, Merce Cunningham, Val Caniparoli, John Alleyne, Sonia Dawkins, Jacqueline Fuentes, Toni Pimble, Donald Byrd, Trisha Brown, Christopher Stowell, & Paul Gibson. We thought it would be exciting to have Lane Czaplinski  interview Peter Boal about this new program for PNB:
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Allen Johnson's triumphant return to OtB Feb 15, 2007

We are super-excited to announce that Allen Johnson will be back at OtB with a special one-night-only reprise of Another You on March 16th. Since premiering at OtB and PICA in the fall of 2005, the show has travelled to Iowa, Leipzig, Berlin, Frankfurt, New York City and just finished an amazing run in Glasgow, Scotland.

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NWNW Fest 2007! Feb 1, 2007

We just announced the eighteen artists/companies slated for the 2007 Northwest New Works Festival! Save the dates! JUNE 8-10 & 15-17, 2007 The festival is a 24-year old tradition for the region’s creative community, featuring emerging and established artists from a variety of performance disciplines. This year 18 companies were selected from almost 70 applications. This was the most competitive applicant pool in memory. THE 2007 FESTIVAL PARTICIPANTS: WEEKEND 1 Studio Theater Showcase June 8 at 8pm & June 9-10 at 5pm

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Allen Johnson: "Another You" gets Another Review Jan 31, 2007

Allen's show was mentioned in an Under The Radar review in Variety! posted by Sara

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Inside Arts article Jan 26, 2007

A version of the following article was published in the Jan/Feb 2007 edition of Inside Arts Magazine. The topic? What will my job be like 50 years from now? When the New York Times announced earlier this fall that the Metropolitan Opera would begin broadcasting live performances in movie theaters in North America and Europe, it was curious to note that this was not the first time the Met had used such a strategy for reaching audiences. In 1952, approximately 70,000 people in 27 cities saw Carmen in movie theaters.
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Allen Johnson: <i>Another You</i> Gets Reviewed Jan 24, 2007

Allen Johnson's New York debut of Another You garnered an amazing review on the nytheater.com website! Awesome. "... Allen Johnson's Another You is the single most powerful thing I've seen on stage in years. The big picture of the show is that of a man exploring his less-than-traditional relationship with sex, partly as the result of an abusive childhood.

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And more on sculpture in Seattle... Jan 18, 2007

Jen Graves at The Stranger did an interview about sculpture with one of OtB's own esteemed boards members, Eric Fredericksen: Erik Fredriksen Awesome, right? The two discuss sculpture in Seattle, at Western Bridge (Eric's gallery)  and beyond.   Listen to it here. Posted by Jess
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Historic moment for Seattle - Olympic Sculpture Park Jan 16, 2007

Seattle is so freaking lucky. The new sculpture park is opening this weekend and it is totally breathtaking. I had a little sneak preview a few days ago and feel privileged to live in a town that supports art with such a fabulous, accessible, beautiful and environmental outlook. Chris Rogers (OtB's Board President) was the project manager for the park - he and the rest of the visionaries who advocated for and supported this project should be commended.
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