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The plays opening last week had some “backstage” stories as well – 5th Ave brings a touring production of Intiman’s soon-to-be-ex Artistic Director Bartlett Sher and Taproot opens their doors after extensive renovation. After winning 7 Tony Awards in 2008, … Continue reading
Last year, Taproot Theatre sustained heavy smoke and water damage when an arsonist targeted the Greenwood area. The damage was pretty extensive, the video of a walk-through was heartbreaking. Taproot was forced to change their Christmas show and move it … Continue reading
The fire in Greenwood last week has been ruled an arson, according to the Seattle Times. Fire investigators now believe the blaze that destroyed multiple businesses and damaged Taproot Theatre (or as the Seattle Times calls them, “Tap Root Theatre”) … Continue reading
Despite receiving some extensive damage in last Friday’s fire, Taproot Theatre has pledged today to continue their programs while picking up the pieces of their performance space. Thanks to the generosity of the local scene they closed out Enchanted April … Continue reading
A fire destroyed several restaurants adjacent to Taproot Theatre early this morning. No one was injured, and while firefighters were able to keep the fire from spreading to the theatre, Taproot still sustained fairly severe smoke and water damage to … Continue reading
A 4-person Hitchcock movie on stage, beheaded puppets, and a Tryst to think about.. that’s right. You’ve reached.. THE WEEK IN REVIEWS! The 39 Steps at the Seattle Repertory Theatre was the big story this week, with the much-anticipated adaptation … Continue reading