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Picnic is still a feast of human emotions and possibilities

Picnic is still a feast of human emotions and possibilities

In the post-World War II, pre-“Mad Men” era that was the mid-1950s, coming-of-age Americans were sorting out a lot of questions about self-realization, sexual exploration and the mutability of social …
Merc’s Circle Mirror Transformation may have familiar feel

Merc’s Circle Mirror Transformation may have familiar feel

When four people in a small, rural community enroll in a six-week-long acting class at their local community center, the relationships that develop among them reveal the humor and sadness in their lives.
Arts briefs: July 9, 2014

Arts briefs: July 9, 2014

This week: South American music at free concert Sunday at Pearrygin, Chamber Music Festival opens July 24, the Merc advises that you Git ready for Shakespeare, pardner, and Celebrate old-time music at the Shafer on Aug. 9
Imaginary Invalid pokes fun at human foibles

Imaginary Invalid pokes fun at human foibles

By Ann McCreary
Drama students from Seattle University arrive in the Methow Valley Sunday (Feb. 23) for a one-night-only presentation of Moliere’s comedy, The Imaginary Invalid, at The Merc…
Vampires, nobility and live sound effects come to The Merc

Vampires, nobility and live sound effects come to The Merc

By Marcy Stamper
Combine vampires, a British lord, and an innocent young maiden, mix in the wisdom of common folk and evocative sound effects, and you begin to get a sense of what Madcap Melodrama creates.
Merc Playhouse selects new artistic director

Merc Playhouse selects new artistic director

Theater veteran will start new job in September   BY LAURELLE WALSH Seattle actor, playwright, director and theater professor Ki Gottberg will start as The Merc Playhouse’s new artistic director in September, Managing Director Jane Hubrig announced this week. Gottberg takes over for Julie Wenzel, who stepped down after four years as artistic director to...