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by Stewart A. WilliamsTHE SEATTLE PREMIERE!
ReAct is very proud to present Mary Zimmerman's THE WHITE SNAKE, adapted from ancient Chinese legend about a snake spirit who tranforms herself into a beautiful maiden in order to experience the human world. Don't miss this legendary and affecting epic, an ingenious and extraordinary piece of theatrical entertainment for the entire family! -
12th Avenue Arts - October 13-November 18, 2018
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ReAct is very proud to present a new revival of our hit musical adaptation of SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK! LIVE! This ever-popular educational pop-culture phenomenon is back with all your favorite Schoolhouse Rock songs performed live! Knowledge is Power! -
12th Avenue Arts - October 20- November 17, 2018
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"GIVE BIG & IMPACT BIG" GRAPHIC A tremendouly bit THANK YOU to everyone who participated in the final GiveBIG program this year!
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CHARLEY: "To all of us."

The cast during the final scene of ReAct's The Dining Room. February 1994.
Photo: David Hsieh.

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HYH: "And suddenly, the image of Asians is improved forever. Ah, beautiful!"

Henry Vu as HYH, Stephanie Kim as Dorothy and Moses Yim as DHH in a scene from ReAct's Yellow Face. August 2011.
Photo: David Hsieh.

ALL: "One smile and suddenly nobody else will do."

The cast in the finale from ReAct's encore of A Chorus Line. September 1999
Photo: David Hsieh.

CINDERELLA'S PRINCE: "I love you. Truly I do."

Timothy Glynn as Prince Charming and Emjoy Gavino as Cinderella in ReAct's Into the Woods May 2004.
Photo: David Hsieh.

MADGE: "Well, you're very entertaining..."

William Poole as Hal with Alexa Oo as Madge in a scene from ReAct's Picnic. July 2013.
Photo: David Hsieh.

SUYUAN: "That hope was our only joy."

Kathy Hsieh as Suyuan, Masumi Hayashi-Smith as Young Jing-mei and Katie Tupper as Jing-mei in a scene from ReAct's The Joy Luck Club. January 2003
Photo: Rick Wong.

JOE: "Morning. Sleep well?"

Mats Ecklund as Joe and Alex Garnett as Louis in a scene from ReAct's Angels in America: Perestroika. July 2008.
Photo: Rick Wong.

OUISA: "You were wonderful."

Joseph Mascorella as Paul, Dennis Kleinsmith as Flan and Eloisa Cardona as Ouisa in a scene from ReAct's Six Degrees of Separation. July 2006.
Photo: David Hsieh.

LISA: "I understand why those actors fell in love with you..."

Roberta Furst as Lisa and Walayn Sharples as Ann in a moment from ReAct's northwest premiere of Well. May 2008.
Photo: David Hsieh.

ALL: "Happiness is anything and anyone at all, that's loved by you."

The cast in the finale of ReAct's You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown October 2000.
Photo: David Hsieh.

TONY: "I love you, I love you, I love you."

Toni Rose as Alice with Eric Grimes as Tony in a scene from ReAct's You Can't Take It With You. May 2007.
Photo: David Hsieh.

ALICE: "You did love me?"
DAN: "I'll always love you. You changed my life."

Scott Plusquellec as Dan and Angela DiMarco as Alice in a scene from ReAct's Closer. August 2002.
Photo: David Hsieh.