Interview with Pete Rush, Costume Designer for HIR

February 15th, 2018

Costume Designer Pete Rush has worked for years in Seattle, including at ArtsWest, most recently for last Season’s Mothers and Sons. He spoke with us about working on Taylor Mac’s Hir, co-produced with Intiman Theatre, playing at ArtsWest from February 28 – March 25. Learn more here. Photo credit: Darryl Heard. What challenges and

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An Interview with Sara Porkalob

January 12th, 2018

Peerless director Sara Porkalob, an award-winning artist activist, sat down with us to discuss working on Jiehae Park’s incisive new play and what audiences should listen for during the performance. Learn more about Peerless and get tickets here. Who are you, and what is your role on Peerless? Sara Porkalob, and I’m the director of Peerless. Describe

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A note from our leadership – I Am ArtsWest

December 1st, 2017

Dear Supporters, Art is at the heart of every community. It sparks collaboration. It provokes conversation. It gives us tools to define who we are and to understand other perspectives. It is inside all of us. It makes us who we are. You are ArtsWest – whether you’ve worked with us, volunteered with us, subscribed…

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Interview with Malika Oyetimein, director of MILK LIKE SUGAR

February 17th, 2017

Malika Oyetimein is an artist to watch. Last year, CityArts placed her on its 2016 Future List, and a glance at her burgeoning career tells us why – she’s already directed 11 plays, including the acclaimed production of Bootycandy at INTIMAN, and is set to complete her MFA at the University of Washington with the renowned director…

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Mothers and Sons FIRSTLOOK

January 5th, 2017

On Tuesday, January 3rd, ArtsWest held the debut entry in its new series, FIRST LOOK with Mathew Wright. This special event gave audience members a sneak peek at Mothers and Sons ahead of its January 19th Opening Night. Hosted by Artistic Director Mathew Wright, FIRST LOOK highlighted the history of Mothers and Sons playwright Terrence…

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