Not familiar with George Bernard Shaw’s comedy Arms and the Man? Don’t worry, we’re here to set you at ease with some fun facts about the show.
Take a glimpse into the rehearsal room for ARMS AND THE MAN, directed by David Armstrong. George Bernard Shaw’s sparkling romantic comedy plays from starts Oct. 23 at the Center Theatre.
George Bernard Shaw’s recipe for fun mixes smarts with silliness and adds just a dash of morality. Arms and the Man takes center stage at Seattle Shakespeare Company helmed by David Armstrong, former artistic director of the 5th Avenue Theatre.
The Richard III company have been scheming and seducing, conspiring and combating their way to the stage. Take a look at rehearsals as we complete this enthralling and bloody story of the Wars of the Roses with upstart crow collective.
This past June, in anticipation of playing the role of Richard in our production of Richard III, actress Sarah Harlett took a discovery trip to England. She recorded her thoughts and observations of the monarch’s early life, the places he traveled and how there are widely differing views on this man who Shakespeare portrayed as a villain.
Seattle Shakespeare Company launches its 2018-2019 season with a masterclass in political intrigue, Shakespeare’s Richard III. The production is a collaboration with upstart crow collective, and features an all-female acting company. Richard III will be directed by Rosa Joshi, and previews September 12 and 13, opens September 14, and runs through October 7 at the Leo K. Theatre.
Sock It to Me! The Merry Wives of Windsor cast are laughing (and dancing!) their way through rehearsals for Shakespeare’s wacky comedy. See the show starting July 12
The family that preys together… take a look at rehearsals for our Wooden O production of King Lear. Performances start in the park on July 12.
Twenty-five summers ago, a small, but hearty troupe of players bundled into the back of a green pick-up truck (The Big O) and lumbered from the Mercer Island Community Center down to Luther Burbank Park Amphitheatre and barnstormed in for three performances of Much Ado About Nothing. Our purpose was fairly simple: to entertain. And thus Wooden O began.
With a plot that’s easy to follow and a gallery of broad humorous characters, The Merry Wives of Windsor is an audience favorite. Don’t know it? Don’t worry, you’re in for a treat! Want to know a bit more about the play? Then we’re here to help shine a light on this popular comedy of small town mischief.