2013-2014: An Outstanding Season

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After closing out the financial records for Seattle Shakespeare Company’s 2013-2014 season, Managing Director John Bradshaw announced that the company ended the year in the black with revenues of $1.6 million, a record high for the company.  This is the 13th straight year that the company has ended the year with a positive fund balance. “In […]

Bright Spots of 2013

Romeo and Juliet at Olympic Sculpture Park

At Seattle Shakespeare Company, we start our staff meetings by sharing Bright Spots that have happened to us in the week. These are triumphant moments, both big and small, that acknowledge the positive aspects of our jobs.  It’s fun to share them with staff members who may not have been around to experience them directly. […]

Twenty Years of Wooden O

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Wooden O celebrates its 20th Anniversary season this summer with productions of Henry V (the company’s namesake play) and The Tempest. We spoke with some Wooden O alums about their fondest memories of performing in the parks. If you have a favorite Wooden O memory, please share it with us in the comments section.  We’d […]

Enter to Win a Pair of Season Tickets

13-14 Contest

With our Wooden O productions of Henry V and The Tempest in full swing in the parks, here’s your chance to join us indoors starting in the fall for Much Ado About Nothing, Richard II, The Importance of Being Earnest, and King Lear.  Enter for a chance to win a pair of season tickets.

Henry V: Cast and Crew

July 11-August 11, 2013   DESIGN TEAM Craig Wollam (Scenic Designer) Jocelyne Fowler (Costume Designer) Marleigh Driscoll (Properties Designer) Jay Weinland (Sound Designer) Peter Dylan O’Connor (Fight Choreographer) CAST (in alphabetical order) Jeremy Barrett (Boy) Keith Dahlgren (King of France/Nym) Matt Gilbert (Fluellen) Macall Gordon (Alice/Hostess/Williams) Noah Greene (Dauphin) David S. Hogan (Henry) Yesenia Iglesias […]

Henry V: Synopsis

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Remembering the advice of his father, King Henry IV, the new king, Henry V, decides to divert his subjects from domestic rebellion by engaging them in a foreign war. With the collusion of the archbishop of Canterbury, he lays what he considers to be a legitimate claim to the French crown. The dauphin recalls Henry’s […]