Our production of “Waiting for Godot” opens up in just a few days. Here’s a peek into the rehearsal room with the actors.
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Position Title: Bookkeeper/Office Manager Reports To: Managing Director Position Summary: This position is responsible for overseeing financial transactions for Seattle Shakespeare Company activities and events and related reporting to staff and board. Seattle Shakespeare Company is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Seattle Shakespeare operates year-round, with a budget of $1.7 million. Compensation: This is a part-time […]
After closing out the financial records for Seattle Shakespeare Company’s 2013-2014 season, Managing Director John Bradshaw announced that the company ended the year in the black with revenues of $1.6 million, a record high for the company. This is the 13th straight year that the company has ended the year with a positive fund balance. “In […]
At Seattle Shakespeare Company summer officially starts with the first rehearsal for Wooden O. This summer we’ve got our biggest casts ever — a total of 30 actors! Both “The Two Gentlemen of Verona” and our all-female “Julius Caesar” feature original music and choreography. It’s going to be a great summer of Shakespeare. Make your plans […]
“We always find something, eh Didi, to give us the impression we exist?” Seattle Shakespeare Company’s cast for “Waiting for Godot” does exist. Darragh Kennan will play the role of Estragon (Gogo) and Todd Jefferson Moore will play the role of Vladimir (Didi). Both actors have appeared numerous times at Seattle Shakespeare Company but appeared […]
Victor Pappas who staged our sold-out production of “The Importance of Being Earnest” is directing Arthur Miller’s “The Price” at ACT Theatre…and we’ve got a pair of tickets to giveaway! The production runs now through June 30 and features Seattle Shakespeare Company favorite Charles Leggett as Victor Franz.
Marta Zekan from KING FM’s Arts Channel spoke with director Sheila Daniels about her experience bringing our production of Shakespeare’s “King Lear” to the stage. What is it about this particular play that hits us on such a personal level? Why do we never tire of analyzing and dissecting it? Sheila shares her thoughts and her […]