This summer Seattle Shakespeare Company will celebrate 25 years of bringing free Shakespeare to our region’s parks with productions of King Lear and The Merry Wives of Windsor. Both shows will start performances on July 12 and will perform in 12 different park venues through August 12.
This summer we’ve got two great casts joining us for our Wooden O productions of Much Ado About Nothing and Pericles. You’ll recognize several artists from our indoor shows, but we’ve also got a lot of new comers who we really want you to meet.
Announcement of Seattle Shakespeare Company’s 2017-2018 season: Julius Caesar, The Government Inspector, Timon of Athens, The Merchant of Venice, and Shakespeare in Love.
Seattle Shakespeare Company’s free Wooden O productions for summer 2017 will be Much Ado About Nothing and Pericles. Both shows will start performances in parks on July 6.
Our handy guide with tips to make you feel smarter when you see Hamlet.
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.
Wooden O summer 2016 plays announced: Hamlet and Love’s Labour’s Lost.
Is “Henry IV part 1” really a re-telling of English history? What character got Shakespeare into some hot water with the royals? Find out these answers and more in our At A Glance guide to “Henry IV part 1.”
What Shakespeare play has the most songs in it? Does Rosalind really have the most lines of any female character? Just how many marriages are there in this play? Find out these answers and more in our At A Glance guide to “As You Like It”
Rehearsals for Wooden O summer 2015 began this week as the companies for As You Like It and Henry IV part 1 gathered together for a potluck dinner and to hear design presentations. Below is a transcript of Artist Director George Mount’s welcome to the company. I don’t care what the calendar says…today’s the first […]