Reboot in the Media

Quotes from Gregory Award nominators about Little Shop of Horrors:

“I found the concept of re-imaging the traditional casting of this show interesting and was surprised that it actually made the show better, with me caring about the characters more when they weren’t just stereotypes. The casting is fantastic in this show.”

“Reboot gets a million gold stars for their work bringing new voices to the stage and creating space for trans/nonbinary artists.”

“Casting was perfection. So see so many different identities onstage was a treat.”

“Reboot gets a million gold stars for their work bringing new voices to the stage and creating space for trans/nonbinary artists.”

“Harry Turpin is phenomenal as a director and choreographer. Amazing that in such a small space, he was able to create a ‘big production number’ feel and also worked the choreography and staging so that the audience on all three sides had the show facing them. Exceptional job!”

“I always appreciate when every body type is beautifully dressed, and here it was. And every character’s costume’s fit their personality perfectly.”

“Audrey II having an interactive shadow character onstage was a marvelous creative choice and gave the show added dimension.”

“Walking into the space was magical- I know what the Slate looks like normally, and Reboot completely transformed the lobby.”

“What a great show! It has all the qualities of a large production yet it is done in a very small theater – not an easy feat to achieve, especially as well as this show has succeeded. Kudos to everyone involved.”

BroadwayWorld review of Little Shop

BroadwayWorld preview of Little Shop

Seattle Spotlight interviews Board President Harry Turpin and Artistic Director Jasmine Joshua

BroadwayWorld review of Private Lives

Stranger review of Private Lives

Actor Kit Lascher’s interview with Seattle Gay Scene

Private Lives in Seattle Gay News

Private Lives in Seattle Actor

Private Lives mention in Seattle Weekly spring picks “With its recent production of Fly by Night, Reboot Theatre proved itself capable of capturing the magic of a big-time, big-hearted musical in the cozy confines of the Slate Theater. That it did so while employing nontraditional casting—as it had in its 2015 debut production, an all-female 1776—was commendable. Now the young theater company plans to push its gender-focused reboot mission further in this reimagining of Noel Coward’s 1937 comedy about a divorced couple who just can’t get away from each other. The company has shown an ability to balance strong performance with brave experimentation; the script should provide an opportunity to up the ante in both categories.”

Seattle Weekly mention and mini review of Fly By Night

Interview with Jasmine Joshua on Seattle theatre podcast Theatrical Mustang about Fly By Night

Seattle Times pick for Fly By Night

Seattle Times review of Fly By Night

Episode 143 — Ace of Geeks Podcast interviews Jasmine Joshua about 1776 and its Indiegogo Campaign

Regarding Arts interviews Jasmine Joshua about Reboot Theatre’s upcoming production of 1776

Kitsap Sun interview with 1776 co-producer Sarah Walsh

Seattle Weekly preview of 1776 — an interview with Jasmine Joshua, Keith A. Gehrig, and Pat Hains-Ainsworth