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L. Steven Sieden is a writer, event producer and global futurist. His books include "Buckminster Fuller’s Universe" and "A Fuller View, Buckminster Fuller’s Vision of Hope and Abundance For All". He has been reviewing Seattle area theatre and live entertainment since 2012.

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Taproot Theatre’s production of “Bright Star” Filled with Great Bluegrass Songs, Excellent Singing & Dancing

Taproot Theatre’s production of “Bright Star” Filled with Great Bluegrass Songs, Excellent Singing & Dancing

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Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society’s “Princess Ida” Sparkles & Shines

Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society’s “Princess Ida” Sparkles & Shines

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Can Can Cabaret’s “The Legend of El Dorado” Is Just Plain Adult Fun

Can Can Cabaret’s “The Legend of El Dorado” Is Just Plain Adult Fun

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Michael Franti & Ziggy Marley Rock Out Chateau Ste Michelle

Michael Franti & Ziggy Marley Rock Out Chateau Ste Michelle

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Taproot Theatre’s “Kim’s Convenience” Is Entertainment At Its Best

Taproot Theatre’s “Kim’s Convenience” Is Entertainment At Its Best

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Seattle Rep’s “Tiny Beautiful Things” Is 90 Minutes of Drama & Suffering

Seattle Rep’s “Tiny Beautiful Things” Is 90 Minutes of Drama & Suffering

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“Million Dollar Quartet” Is Rock & Roll Entertainment At Its Finest

“Million Dollar Quartet” Is Rock & Roll Entertainment At Its Finest

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“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”; A Masterfully Staged and Acted Show That Keeps the Audience Guessing

“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”; A Masterfully Staged and Acted Show That Keeps the Audience Guessing

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Cirque du Soleil’s Crystal Is a Magnificent Melding of Human Talent, Technology & Extreme Athletics - On Ice

Cirque du Soleil’s Crystal Is a Magnificent Melding of Human Talent, Technology & Extreme Athletics - On Ice

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If You Like Country Music, Taproot Theatre’s “Always, Patsy Cline” Is a Must See

If You Like Country Music, Taproot Theatre’s “Always, Patsy Cline” Is a Must See

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