Seattle Shakespeare Company announces the cast and creative team for Shakespeare in Love, the final production in the company’s 2017-2018 season. The stage adaptation of Shakespeare in Love is based on the Academy Award-winner for Best Picture with screenplay by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard.
The Merchant of Venice from a Jewish Perspective: A Post-Show Panel Discussion Sunday, April 8 4:30 PM – 5:00 PM (approx.) Panelists: Director Desdemona Chiang, Rabbi Will Berkovitz, CEO of Jewish Family Service, and Rivy Poupko Kletenik, Head of School, Seattle Hebrew Academy Anti-Semitism, oppression, and stereotyping are alive and well, now as in Shakespeare’s time. How can we approach […]
We’re brushing up on our Shakespeare trivia to prepare for The Merchant of Venice. We’ve collected some facts for you to astound your friends and impress your theatre-going companions with.
The Merchant of Venice is getting ready to move on to the stage this week. Take a look at what’s going on in the rehearsal hall for Shakespeare’s interconnected tales of friendship, love, family, business, and intolerance.. See it at the Center Theatre March 20-April 15.
Classical plays with a female-forward leaning make up Seattle Shakespeare Company’s upcoming season just announced by Artistic Director George Mount. Plans for the company’s 2018-2019 season include Richard III, Arms and the Man, All’s Well That Ends Well, She Stoops to Conquer, and As You Like It.
In The Merchant of Venice, a diverse and vibrant city comes alive in Shakespeare’s interconnected tales of friendship, love, family, business, inequality, and intolerance. Desdemona Chiang directs the play for Seattle Shakespeare Company which runs March 20 –April 15, 2018 at the Center Theatre at the Seattle Center.
The news on the Rialto is that we’ve got a stellar cast for The Merchant of Venice. See who’s joining us for the show.
This summer Seattle Shakespeare Company will celebrate 25 years of bringing free Shakespeare to our region’s parks with productions of King Lear and The Merry Wives of Windsor. Both shows will start performances on July 12 and will perform in 12 different park venues through August 12.
Join Seattle Shakespeare Company for a book signing and reading with author and Timon of Athens actor Kevin McKeon. Reading takes place on Saturday, February 3 at 4:30 PM (following the matinee performance) in the Center Theatre Lobby
Timon of Athens takes the stage next week. Here’s a peek into the rehearsal hall for Shakespeare’s rare and unusual drama. See it at the Center Theatre January 9-February 4.