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Two Shows, One Crisis – Part Two

By |February 20th, 2014|

The Normal Heart PosterIntiman Artistic Director Andrew Russell recently closed a critically acclaimed production of THE NORMAL HEART — another play about the AIDS crisis, also set in New York City — that takes place in the years immediately […]

Two Shows, One Crisis – Part One

By |February 13th, 2014|

Photo Credit: LaRae Lobdell, PhotoSister.com

Photo Credit: LaRae Lobdell, PhotoSister.com

Over the next week, Artistic Director Andrew Russell will share the discoveries he’s made while […]

Announcing 20th Anniversary Production of ANGELS IN AMERICA Parts 1 and 2 Performed in Repertory

By |October 31st, 2013|

Intiman Theatre announced today its plans to produce both parts of Tony Kushner’s acclaimed epic Angels In America as part of its annual 2014 TheatreFestival.

Pacific Northwest audiences will be given the rare opportunity of seeing Millennium Approaches and Perestroika, the two parts that make up Angels in America, in alternating repertory performances at Intiman’s […]

Everyone is Right

By |August 20th, 2013|

Company of STU FOR SILVERTON. Photo by Chris Bennion.

Stu for Silverton is a brand new musical that’s been cooking for the last three years. Peter Duchan, Craig Jessup (aka Breedlove) and I have been working on crafting a theatrical piece that does justice to the […]

A Letter from Intiman to Mayor McGinn

By |August 10th, 2013|

August 6, 2013

Mayor’s Office
P.O. Box 94749
Seattle, WA 98124­4749

Dear Mayor McGinn,

My name is Andrew Russell and I’m the Producing Artistic Director at Intiman Theatre. We’ve had the pleasure of meeting a few times at various functions related to the performing arts in Seattle. Thank you for your advocacy for those of us in […]

Help Us FEED Seattle

By |July 18th, 2013|

Adam for food driveIn honor of We Won’t Pay! We Won’t Pay! and food insecurity themes highlighted throughout the story, Intiman Theatre has kicked-off a food drive that directly supports Northwest Harvest and Washington State families. Now […]

Seattle Times Highlights the Transgender Community in Seattle

By |July 1st, 2013|

We are proud to support our transgender community and pull back into the spotlight the first openly transgender mayor in the US!


TROUBLE IN MIND brings into the spot light issues that are still relevant 57 years later

By |June 26th, 2013|

Intiman Theatre and The Hansberry Project Collaborate to Reveal the Hidden History of American Black Theatre

By |June 25th, 2013|


June 25, 2013

Intiman Theatre today announced its partnership with The Hansberry Project – a program aimed at connecting the work ofAfrican American theatre artists with a diverse audience. These entities have partnered to create a community discussion around Intiman’s upcoming production of

What if Stu’s story stayed in Silverton?

By |June 24th, 2013|

By Peter Shipley
Assistant Director, Stu for Silverton

Stu Rasmussen’s life is important. That’s what we believe here at the Intiman Theatre Festival. We believe it so deeply that we’re hard at work creating a new musical that will bring his story to thousands of audience members this summer. When he was elected Mayor of Silverton, Oregon, […]