Seattle Shakespeare Company partners with the Seattle Public Library to bring the traveling exhibit “First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare” to Seattle from the Folger Shakespeare Library.
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A Freshman Effort? George Bernard Shaw had been writing criticism for years, but had only started trying his hand at playwriting a year before he wrote Mrs. Warren’s Profession. It was his third play. He wrote to actress Ellen Terry, “It’s my best play; but it makes my blood run cold: I can hardly bear […]
Confronting the truth locks two unconventional women in a battle of wits and wills when Seattle Shakespeare Company presents Mrs. Warren’s Profession by George Bernard Shaw. At the first rehearsal for the play, Seattle Shakespeare Company Artistic Director George Mount remarked that Mrs. Warren’s Profession hasn’t been produced in Seattle in 30 years. “It’s a […]
Titus Andronicus gets high praise from local writers. Read what they’ve got to say about the show.