With gift-giving season upon us, Goodreads has come up with this fun and fantastic infographic to help you decide which of Shakespeare’s plays to give (or to get for yourself). The Arden editions of Shakespeare’s plays are the ones we most frequently turn to, and they’re all available in our shop.
Husband and wife actors Connor Toms and Hana Lass will play two of the four romantic leads in Seattle Shakespeare Company’s upcoming production of “The Importance of Being Earnest.” Toms, who last appeared as Duke Orsino in our Wooden O production of “Twelfth Night”, is set to play Jack Worthing, and Lass, who played Rosalind […]
Here’s your chance to do a little compare and contrast. On Dec. 10, 12 and 14 SIFF Cinema will present screenings of the RSC production of “Richard II” with David Tenant (any “Dr. Who” fans out there?). In January Seattle Shakespeare Company is performing “Richard II” at the Center Theatre. At what other time in […]
We love all the attention that The New York Times has been giving to the Shakespeare performances currently happening in New York. With productions of “Twelfth Night,” “Richard III,” “Romeo and Juliet,” “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” and “Macbeth” … if you’re a Shakespeare lover, it’s like being let loose in the candy store. Today (Nov […]
This fall six young actors take on “Much Ado About Nothing.” They’ve been working hard as well as having fun. Short Shakes is more than just putting on a play, it is an experience that fosters compassion, creates better listeners, promotes critical thinking, and develops courage. Join us for their showcase performances Saturday, November 9th at 11:00am […]
Magic, mystery, and mischief are brimming over in Shakespeare’s plays. Witches skulk about the forest in “Macbeth,” ghosts wanders the castle halls of Elsinore in “Hamlet,” and monsters inhabit Prospero’s island in “The Tempest.” We’ve compiled some of our favorite “spooky Shakespeare” moments from past productions. Do you have a favorite? Let us know in […]
Let’s take a look back at some of the other times that Seattle Shakespeare Company has produced “Much Ado About Nothing.” Four of the actors in our current production of “Much Ado About Nothing” have previously appeared in the play when we produced it in the past. Bill Higham played Antonio in 1999, a role […]
It doesn’t get much better than this. Three acclaimed Shakespeare performances caught on film from the National Theatre in London. We’ve got tickets to give away to SIFF’s showings of “Othello,” “Hamlet,” and “Macbeth.” Contest ends October 23, so enter to win today. SIFF Cinema joins in the celebration of 50 years of landmark National […]