Family betrayal, sibling rivalry, greed, insanity, bloody violent acts, and estate planning. What’s not to like about King Lear? If this is your first go around with Shakespeare’s famous and popular tragedy or if you just want a brush up to know your Kents from your Cornwalls then we’re here to help out.
Seattle Shakespeare Company celebrates the 25th anniversary of Wooden O this summer with productions of King Lear and The Merry Wives of Windsor which start performances on Thursday, July 12. Both productions will perform in park venues throughout King and Pierce Counties.
It’s the 25th Anniversary of Wooden O and we’re thrilled for our summer park productions of King Lear and The Merry Wives of Windsor. So pick a park and start planning your picnics, because on July 12 we launch our free summer Shakespeare.
Zounds! The players forShakespeare in Love have been dancing and brawling and laughing and loving on their way to the stage. Take a look at what’s going on in the rehearsal hall for this stage adaptation of the award-winning film. See Shakespeare in Love at the Cornish Playhouse May 2-June 3, 2018.
You may be familiar with the film, but there was a lot going on in Elizabethan England that plays a part in the story of Shakespeare in Love. Learn about the actual individuals and history behind this fictional romance.
Seattle Shakespeare Company closes its 2017-2018 season with Shakespeare in Love, the delightful new stage adaptation of Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard’s Academy Award-winning film. This warm and witty romantic comedy will be helmed by Seattle Shakespeare Company’s Artistic Director George Mount.
Seattle Shakespeare Company announces the cast and creative team for Shakespeare in Love, the final production in the company’s 2017-2018 season. The stage adaptation of Shakespeare in Love is based on the Academy Award-winner for Best Picture with screenplay by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard.
The Merchant of Venice from a Jewish Perspective: A Post-Show Panel Discussion Sunday, April 8 4:30 PM – 5:00 PM (approx.) Panelists: Director Desdemona Chiang, Rabbi Will Berkovitz, CEO of Jewish Family Service, and Rivy Poupko Kletenik, Head of School, Seattle Hebrew Academy Anti-Semitism, oppression, and stereotyping are alive and well, now as in Shakespeare’s time. How can we approach […]
We’re brushing up on our Shakespeare trivia to prepare for The Merchant of Venice. We’ve collected some facts for you to astound your friends and impress your theatre-going companions with.
The Merchant of Venice is getting ready to move on to the stage this week. Take a look at what’s going on in the rehearsal hall for Shakespeare’s interconnected tales of friendship, love, family, business, and intolerance.. See it at the Center Theatre March 20-April 15.