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 By Patrick Hogan    A&E    July 18, 2013

Festival of Shorts at Driftwood Players: the aftermath

Driftwood Players presented its annual Festival of Shorts last weekend and along with it presents a challenge. The challenge is not only to pick the best of eight short plays but also to pick the best as seen through this year’s lens, aftermath....

 
 By Patrick Hogan    A&E    June 20, 2013

Theatre Review – ‘Noises Off’ entertains in multiple ways

Noises Off is always described as a farce. And it is a farce but that is not what the show as done by the Driftwood Players is about. It’s about heart. This three-act show adopts the...

 
 By Patrick Hogan    A&E    June 11, 2013

Kaputnik is a tour de farce

The Phoenix Theatre in Edmonds launches another comic rocket with Kaputnik, a Cold War spy farce directed by Eric Lewis. A smiling official photograph of President Eisenhower watches over a broken-down observatory somewhere in the desert of the... Full story

 
 By Patrick Hogan    A&E    May 21, 2013

‘Making God Laugh’ hits your funny bone

Making God Laugh, a comedy written by Sean Grennan and directed by Jonathan Reis at Curtain Call Theatre Bothell, performed in their new space at Everett Mall, is a play about time, what persists and what fades. It is a well-written show, ably perfor... Full story

 
 By Patrick Hogan    A&E    April 25, 2013

Theatre Review – Driftwood’s Godspell: See it!

Director Nathan Jeffrey has delivered a fantastic show to the Wade James Theater stage in Driftwood’s production of Godspell, playing through May 5. Godspell, with music written by Steven Schwartz...

 

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