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Our collective failings, as a nation, and as a theatre, are evident, but they are not irreversible. For so long, the depth of pain felt in our Black communities has been unheard. We can no longer turn away. Theatre is an act of giving voice to the depth and breadth of our community – and so we commit to the work of doing better and lifting more voices. There is much work to be done, as a theatre and as a society. There will be success, and more failure, but there must be progress. Read More…
Seattle Shakespeare Company announces that due to the ongoing public health crisis, it is postponing its productions of Richard II with upstart crow collective and Long Day’s Journey into Night. The fall production of Volpone will move to spring 2021 to join a previously scheduled production of Much Ado About Nothing.
Seattle Shakespeare Company cancels Wooden O park shows for the summer of 2020.
Whether you’re teaching remotely, working from home with your children, or teaching in school, we know that Shakespeare can be a wonderful way to engage students in learning about language, history, storytelling, and more. We’ve gathered a collection of some of the resources we turn to for guidance and inspiration when teaching Shakespeare’s plays. Look through this selection and find the offering that speaks to you or your students.
Down load a pdf of Ruffles Shakesbear to display in your window so that people in your neighborhood can go on a bear hunt.