At Seattle Shakespeare Company summer officially starts with the first rehearsal for Wooden O. This summer we’ve got our biggest casts ever — a total of 30 actors! Both “The Two Gentlemen of Verona” and our all-female “Julius Caesar” feature original music and choreography. It’s going to be a great summer of Shakespeare. Make your plans […]
“We always find something, eh Didi, to give us the impression we exist?” Seattle Shakespeare Company’s cast for “Waiting for Godot” does exist. Darragh Kennan will play the role of Estragon (Gogo) and Todd Jefferson Moore will play the role of Vladimir (Didi). Both actors have appeared numerous times at Seattle Shakespeare Company but appeared […]
Victor Pappas who staged our sold-out production of “The Importance of Being Earnest” is directing Arthur Miller’s “The Price” at ACT Theatre…and we’ve got a pair of tickets to giveaway! The production runs now through June 30 and features Seattle Shakespeare Company favorite Charles Leggett as Victor Franz.
Marta Zekan from KING FM’s Arts Channel spoke with director Sheila Daniels about her experience bringing our production of Shakespeare’s “King Lear” to the stage. What is it about this particular play that hits us on such a personal level? Why do we never tire of analyzing and dissecting it? Sheila shares her thoughts and her […]
Seattle Shakespeare Company will hold general auditions on Saturday May 17 from 1:30 PM to 8:30 PM and on Sunday, May 18 from 11AM to 6PM for the following productions: Twelfth Night, directed by Jon Kretzu Measure for Measure, directed by Desdemona Chiang Tartuffe, directed by Makaela Pollock Othello, directed by John Langs Where: Auditions […]
We’re thrilled to announce our casting for this summer’s free Wooden O productions of The Two Gentlemen of Verona and Julius Caesar which start performances on Thursday, July 10. Both productions will perform in park venues throughout King County and then transfer to Walla Walla, WA as part of Shakespeare Walla Walla. David Quicksall, who […]
I think the season coming up has some amazing play titles associated with and some amazing directors associated with each of those shows. And again, it’s also coming in as one of those seasons where the directors are coming at the plays from a passion point of view. The theme of the season this year […]
Following a sold-out run of The Importance of Being Earnest, Seattle Shakespeare Company announced today that it will extend its production of King Lear through May 17 with four additional performances at the Cornish Playhouse. King Lear directed by Sheila Daniels opens on Friday, April 25. The production will have a total of 20 performances […]