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UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 17, 2019, 1:55 p.m.

Civic’s ‘The Memory of Water’ brings sisters together for reflection

Spokane Civic Theatre’s production of “The Memory of Water,” written by Shelagh Stephenson and directed by Dawn Taylor Reinhardt, opens Friday and runs through Feb. 10.


New play looks at healing communication breakdowns

When disaster strikes, and the audiences watches how these two sets of people must learn to talk again, in Molly Allen’s new play “On Shaky Ground.”


‘The Ladies Foursome’ tees off at the Modern Spokane

“The Ladies Foursome,” which opens Friday at the Modern Theater Spokane, is about a group of women who have been golfing together for many years, and it begins shortly after …


Review: ‘Other Desert Cities’ delivers uncomfortable excellence

Jon Robin Baitz’s “Other Desert Cities” belongs to that particular breed of domestic drama that traps us in a room with characters who are all at emotional and ideological odds …


Modern Theater Spokane’s production of ‘Other Desert Cities’ delivers uncomfortable excellence

Jon Robin Baitz’s “Other Desert Cities” belongs to that particular breed of domestic drama that traps us in a room with characters who are all at emotional and ideological odds …


Modern tackles nuance of ‘Other Desert Cities’

The less you know about Jon Robin Baitz’s “Other Desert Cities” walking in, the better. The play, which opens at the Modern Theater Spokane tonight, is an intimate character drama …


Modern tackles nuance of ‘Other Desert Cities’

The less you know about Jon Robin Baitz’s “Other Desert Cities” walking in, the better. The play, which opens at the Modern Theater Spokane tonight, is an intimate character drama …


Review: ‘Reasons to Be Happy’ gives reasons to laugh, but in uneasy ways

Laughter is a curious thing. It can be a kind of catharsis, a response of recognition, a defense mechanism to mask discomfort, the purest way of expressing happiness. Sometimes we …


Modern Spokane follows LaBute in playwright’s pursuit of ‘Happy’

Neil LaBute isn’t a crowd-pleasing playwright. His characters tend to be misanthropic, petty and prone to cruel behavior. His dialogue is cutting, acerbic and peppered with four-letter words. And his …


Civic’s ‘Dr. Jekyll’ adds new dimension with four actors as Hyde

Few fictional characters are famous enough that their names have entered the lexicon as adjectives, but that’s certainly the case with Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Written by Robert Louis …


Theater review: Despite flaws, ‘boom’ deliverseview: ‘Escanaba in Love’ both funny, warm

The absurdity of the play “boom” by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb might not be for everyone, but Interplayers Theatre’s production is certainly funny. In this contemporary comedy directed by Dawn Taylor …


Interplayers’ play pokes fun at world’s heaviest concept: its ending

Peter Sinn Nachtrieb’s 2008 play “boom” is billed as a comedy – a dark, surreal comedy about the end of the world – yet a comedy nonetheless. Dawn Taylor Reinhardt, …