Do you know the difference between Republic and Empire? How to tie a toga? We’ll help you get you into a Roman frame of mind for our upcoming production of Julius Caesar with a few resources and recommendations to check out before you come see the show.
From ancient Rome to a modern day martial arts dojo to an all-female production, Seattle Shakespeare Company has presented Julius Caesar in a number of different ways. Take a look at Seattle Shakespeare Company’s productions of Julius Caesar through the years.
The most Roman of Shakespeare’s Roman plays, Julius Caesar is a ghost story, a murder mystery, and a political thriller all wrapped up in a taut package of 16 scenes. Studying the play in school is different than seeing in live. We’ve dug up some juicy morsels about the play that you may not have learned in the classroom.
It’s a 400 year old play, and yet it can feel as contemporary as today’s headlines. In Julius Caesar Bloody and brutal decisions are weighed against honor and ambition. Seattle Shakespeare Company’s Julius Caesar runs at the Cornish Playhouse Sept. 13-Oct. 1, 2107.
Full casting is announced for Julius Caesar, the opening production of Seattle Shakespeare Company’s 2017-2018 season. Directed by Artistic Director George Mount, the production runs at the Cornish Playhouse September 13 through October 1.
Although its more than a year away, we’re already planning for our 2018-2019 production of Richard III.
Not just a rom-com, Much Ado About Nothing is filled with intriguing subplots, villains, kooky characters, and some of the wittiest dialogue ever heard on the stage. There’s lots to like and lots to learn and we’re here to help you dive right in.
A classic hero’s epic, Pericles is chock-a-block full of adventure. Music and marriages, heart-break and hilarity fill the stage. If you’ve never seen the play before…don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are handy tidbits to make you feel like you were right there on the ship with Pericles himself.
This summer we’ve got two great casts joining us for our Wooden O productions of Much Ado About Nothing and Pericles. You’ll recognize several artists from our indoor shows, but we’ve also got a lot of new comers who we really want you to meet.
For the six actors in Seattle Shakespeare Company’s tour of Romeo and Juliet and The Taming of the Shrew, it’s a joy and privilege to perform for more than 16,000 students.