8 Reasons Why A Doll’s House Rocks

A Doll's House Wordle

It’s A Doll’s House! Consistently it is the most performed of Ibsen’s plays and it was the most famous play – in any language – of the nineteenth century.  From its first production, A Doll’s House has sparked debate. It is so well constructed that every scene puts more and more pressure on Nora until […]

First Rehearsal: A Doll’s House

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At the first rehearsal for Seattle Shakespeare Company’s production of “A Doll’s House,” Artistic Director George Mount welcomed everyone to the room. “A Doll’s House” is Seattle Shakespeare Company’s first production of a play by Henrik Ibsen and it will be directed by Russ Banham. “One of the great pleasures of my job it so […]

Theatre Around Town – Oct 5, 2012

Wow!  Seattle Shakespeare Company alums are appearing in shows all over town.  Here is a handful of productions that we’re excited about this week. Superior Donuts – now through October 21 at Seattle Public Theater.  Russ Banham (who will direct our upcoming production of A Doll’s House) staged this new play about the unlikely and […]

Casting News: Husbands and Wives

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It is funny how casting a show goes. We’ve got a few literal (and theatrical) husband and wife pairings for our January production of “A Doll’s House.” Russ Banham will direct his wife, Jennifer Sue Johnson in the role of Nora, while newlywed actors Peter Dylan O’Connor and Betsy Schwartz take on the roles of […]