Volunteering for Wooden O

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We’re looking for volunteer ushers this summer for our free Wooden O shows in the parks. Sign up, help out, and also enjoy the show! We’ll be in parks throughout the region, so be sure to check the specific city and venue for each date when you sign up.     Volunteer Duties BEFORE THE […]

Searching for Rehearsal Space

Rehearsal Space

Seattle Shakespeare Company is searching for adequate and affordable rehearsal space for our summer Wooden O productions. We are looking for two rehearsal spaces, one for each production, which would be available June 7 through July 10 (with some flexibility on dates). Do you know of a space?  Can you help us out? Here is […]

The Tempest: Synopsis

A ship bearing the king of Naples, his son Ferdinand, the duke of Milan, and their retinues is caught in a storm. On a nearby island, Prospero and his daughter Miranda watch as the ship is wrecked on the rocky coast. Miranda knows that her father has magic powers and begs him to use them […]

The Tempest: Cast and Crew

July 11-August 11, 2013   DESIGN TEAM Craig Wollam (Scenic Designer) K.D. Schill (Costume Designer) Marleigh Driscoll (Properties Designer) Crystal Dawn Munkers (Choreographer) CAST (in alphabetical order) Scott Ward Abernethy, Tonya Andrews, & Olivia Hartshorn (Ariel) Jonathan Crimeni (Ferdinand) Mike Dooly (Stephano) Jim Gall (King Alonso) Anastasia Higham (Miranda) Jim Lapan (Gonzalo) Meg McLynn (Antonio) Pilar […]

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 […]

The Tempest

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Shakespeare’s magical tale where revenge yields to forgiveness. Exiled by his younger brother and marooned on an enchanted island with his daughter, the aging sorcerer Prospero discovers the human heart wields a greater power than all the spells at his command. July 11-August 11, 2013 By William Shakespeare Directed by Kelly Kitchens Running Time: Approximately […]