George Mount, who directs Seattle Shakespeare Company’s 2012 production of As You Like It says that the play is about finding a sense of family in an isolated world. Listen to some of George’s other thoughts on the play as he talks with the cast, crew and assembled guests at the first rehearsal for the […]
If you think you know Pygmalion because you saw the film or the musical My Fair Lady, you may want to think again. Mark Anders, who plays Henry Higgins in Seattle Shakespeare Company’s production of Pygmalion, tells us why George Bernard Shaw didn’t want a romance between Eliza and Higgins.
Director David Quicksall talks about the challenges of staging Coriolanus when the main character is so seemingly unlikable.
Listen to director Sheila Daniels at the first rehearsal for A Midsummer Night’s Dream.