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Seattle Met thinks you should be over on Eastlake this weekend Mar 4, 2009

No Dice is indeed off-site and it is indeed lengthy. But Steve Wiecking points out that we have a pretty good track record when it comes to epicly long performances:
I left the last On the Boards marathon—Elevator Repair Service’s six-hour Gatz —knowing I’d seen one of the best productions of 2007.
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In this week's Stranger... Mar 4, 2009

...you can find both a Suggests and a preview of No Dice. A choice line:
Critics across America and Europe have been hyperventilating over the Nature Theater of Oklahoma.
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How did Nature Theater of Oklahoma get their name? Mar 2, 2009

Kafka is how:
Personnel is being hired for the Theater in Oklahoma! The Great Nature Theater of Oklahoma is calling you! It's calling you today only! If you miss this opportunity, there will never be another! Anyone thinking of his future, your place is with us! All welcome! Anyone who wants to be an artist, step forward! We are the theater that has a place for everyone, everyone in his place! If you decide to join us, we congratulate you here and now! But hurry, be sure not to miss the midnight deadline! We shut down at midnight, never to reopen!
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"At just $6 an hour, it’s the best entertainment deal in town." Mar 2, 2009

Here's a little something  about Nature Theater on Seattle Weekly's site:
No Dice is joyful and childlike at one moment, then unsettling and sinister the next. There is no plot. Mundane office tasks are performed. Mel Gibson’s take on Hamlet is discussed. And, believe it or not, the time really does fly by. (There’s a 30-minute intermission, too.) If tickets for the New York run hadn’t been so hard to come by, I would’ve gone two or three more times.
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Intermission Impossible - Thu morning round up Feb 19, 2009

A couple things landed in my inbox this morning that ought to be shared.

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Seattlest reviews chelfitsch, recommends upcoming OtB events Feb 4, 2009

The Seattlest review of chelfitsch starts out like this:
Before we even start getting into the coolness of chelfitsch's performance last weekend at On the Boards, we need to apologize for something: We try to make sure to let readers know about events in time to get tickets, but for the second time this season, OtB sold out before we started plugging. This is their 30th anniversary season, and the line-up has really rocked, so consider this your notice for the month.
And includes things like this:
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