At Seattle Shakespeare Company, we start our staff meetings by sharing Bright Spots that have happened to us in the week. These are triumphant moments, both big and small, that acknowledge the positive aspects of our jobs. It’s fun to share them with staff members who may not have been around to experience them directly. […]
Archives for December 2013
Although she’s played enough of them on our stage, Brenda Joyner is no damsel in distress. She’s a huge Seattle Sounders fan and admits to eating popcorn almost every day. Growing up in Anchorage, Alaska, she had designs on being a ventriloquist and asked for a Howdy Doody doll for Christmas. “I was immediately terrified […]
Even though he’s playing the title character in “Richard II,” it was the role of Bolingbroke that George Mount coveted. Now that he’s deeper into the part, George sees that Richard is closer to Hamlet and Lear in his existential journey. Listen to George talk about the challenges and rewards of taking on the […]
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Rehearsals for Seattle Shakespeare Company’s production of “Richard II” began on December 10 in the rehearsal rooms at Seattle Children’s Theatre. Director Rosa Joshi, her designers, a cast of 16 actors, the staff and invited guests gathered to hear about plans for the production. Here’s a look at what’s in store for January’s production of […]