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Are you counting down the days until summer? We are! And we can’t wait for these two great casts to join us for our Wooden O productions of Hamlet and Love’s Labour’s Lost.
Do you know when Juliet’s birthday is? How about the name of Mercutio’s brother? Oh, and shhh, but we’ve got a secret about that famous balcony. Nerd out with our handy guide to Romeo and Juliet.
It’s a story so familiar that it is practically part of our DNA. A boy, a girl, and a love that tries to beat the odds. For Seattle Shakespeare Company’s production of Romeo and Juliet, director Vanessa Miller will use the play and stage space as a portal for a group of players trapped in […]
Seattle Shakespeare Company is giving away tickets to a screening of Julie Taymor’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Seattle Shakespeare Company announced plans for its 2016-2017 season.
Casting is announced for Romeo and Juliet.
Seattle Shakespeare Company offers an autism-friendly performance of the company’s touring production of The Tempest on Sunday, April 17th at 2:00 PM at the Center Theatre
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.
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 […]