Through fractured memories and a shadowing chorus, a mass-shooting survivor searches for sense in the unthinkable. Intiman Theatre’s latest runs through August 10, with free tickets available to all.
Haunting Production of ‘Pass Over’ Brings the Block to the Round at ACT, Under a Noticeable White Gaze
Sara Porkalob has taken Seattle by storm — as a playwright, director, actor, singer, storyteller, leader and curator, all through an activist lens. Here, she talks with NWT about artist-activism, telling her family stories before audiences on both coasts, and of course her new play, 7th and Jackson, which opens this Friday.
Ligia Lewis’s Unexpectedly New Piece, at On the Boards this Weekend, Is About as ‘In the Moment’ as It Gets
Highlights this week included two terrific shows at Cafe Nordo’s Cullinarium and its underground Knife Room; plus, a great big fashion show, loads of one-offs, one show that lasts 24 hours, and another that’s created entirely within that same span.
NWT is far from a fashion mag, but we appreciate stand-out style. And fun. And two (very different) events in Tacoma this weekend look apt to please with a lot of both: ‘Couture and Cars’ on Saturday, and ‘Northwest Thrift-Con’ on Sunday. Plus, catch the ongoing Tacoma Night Market and explore some other vintage shopping while you’re there.