If you missed the reviews our arts writers filed over the weekend, here’s a wrap-up:
Arts writer Michael Upchurch makes Nanda’s comic, martial-arts hijinks sound like a lot of fun — definitely one to check out with the kids in tow. It continues through Oct. 23 at Broadway Performance Hall.
More clowning, but of a bittersweet nature, is on stage at Seattle Rep. Theater critic Misha Berson reviews Lorenzo Pisoni’s “Humor Abuse” here.
Book-lovers have been eagerly anticipating Jeffrey Eugenides’ follow-up to “Middlesex.” Arts writer Moira Macdonald reports that “The Marriage Plot” is well worth the wait. You can find many more book reviews here.
And you may have seen Michael Upchurch’s review of Pilobolus online last Friday; if not, take a gander.
Check back here later today for a review of Teatro ZinZanni’s new show.
Anything special you’d like to see us review this week? Jump into the comments thread and let us know.
(Photos: Sons of Warren Oates at Conor Byrne Pub by Aaron Jaffe. Jeffrey Eugenides by Ricardo Barros.)