‘Mockingbird’ and the Familiar Haunt of White Supremacy 

Now through 10/16 at The Paramount, the national tour of Broadway’s ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ is a strong production of a mighty familiar relic. Plus, a new work at MAP Theatre, on through 10/22, casts White Supremacy as a horror villain.

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Priced Out? These Seattle-Area Theatres Set Out to Price You In.

As the pandemic pause put production activity on hold, theatres took the opportunity to reassess their commitments. For some, that means making theatre more accessible than ever, including how much it costs to get in the door.

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MAP’s Latest, ‘Trevor,’ Is Funny and Repellent and Sad and Wonderful

In an excellent production, MAP Theatre’s ‘Trevor’ tells a true, sad story with a lot of humor, insight, and intrigue. It runs through March 30. Running alongside it (thru 3/25) is Jasmine Joshua’s ‘Bread Crumbs,’ a nonbinary solo show that’s solidly worth a visit.

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