Press (A little Love from the Past)

What People Are Saying About The Ensemble

WET gets big points for its commitment to tackling fresh works by ambitious local writers.Misha Berson, Seattle Times

Washington Ensemble Theatre presents the most consistently inspired set designs of any small theater in the city. –Brent Arronowitz, Seattle Weekly

The one company in Seattle where you can always expect material that’s pushing the boundaries of the expected, and always performed by talented and fully committed actors. –Jerry Kraft,

…the company [has] considerable strengths … well-established talent for hip, youthful, street-smart theater of the highest caliber. –Richard Morin, Seattle Weekly

…some of the freshest theatre in the Pacific Northwest… –Lane Czaplinski, Artistic Director, On the Boards

WET continues to prove they are technically leagues ahead of other fringe theaters in Seattle. –

…since 2004, [WET] has created some of—no, the most exciting theater in Seattle. –Brendan Kiley, The Stranger

There’s something particularly winning about a guy in lipstick playing a believable grandma and a woman in orange tights successfully selling us on her chickenhood. MilkMilk Lemonade is why we go to theater: transformation, surprise, delight. –Anna Minard, The Stranger

One of the most important functions theater can serve is to empower. It can make us laugh as it makes us think, and so grow. If these attributes are measures of good theater, MilkMilk Lemonade is good theater. –John E. Allis, Seattlest