After an injury during technical rehearsals, actress Suzanne Bouchard had to drop out of Bring Down the House. After surgery to repair a torn Achilles tendon and with the okay of her doctor, Bouchard returns to the role of Humphrey in Bring Down the House Part 1 and will finish out the run of the production through closing on March 12.
Actresses Marianne Owen and Meg McLynn join the company of Bring Down the House.
Tracking all the power players in the in the royal realm can be a bit confusing. We let you know who is important to know about and what to follow in our guide to Bring Down the House – an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry VI trilogy.
Do you know your Yorks from your Lancasters? We’ve found some really fun ways to get ready for Bring Down the House, and you’ll be able to impress your friends with your royal knowledge.
A peek into the first rehearsal for Bring Down the House.
How thrilled are we about our local PBS (KCTS9) airing of The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses this month? Really thrilled! The Hollow Crown: Wars of the Roses is a three part lavish film adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry VI plays and Richard III. It will air on consecutive Sunday evenings starting December 11 […]
Seattle Shakespeare Company will offer free previews of its upcoming adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry VI trilogy called Bring Down the House at area public libraries.
Casting announced for Bring Down the House an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry VI trilogy featuring an all-female acting company performed in rotating repertory January 25-March 12, 2017.
Artistic Director George Mount talks with Marta Zekan at KING FM about Seattle Shakespeare Company’s upcoming 2016-2017 season.