Not just a rom-com, Much Ado About Nothing is filled with intriguing subplots, villains, kooky characters, and some of the wittiest dialogue ever heard on the stage. There’s lots to like and lots to learn and we’re here to help you dive right in.
This summer we’ve got two great casts joining us for our Wooden O productions of Much Ado About Nothing and Pericles. You’ll recognize several artists from our indoor shows, but we’ve also got a lot of new comers who we really want you to meet.
Announcement of Seattle Shakespeare Company’s 2017-2018 season: Julius Caesar, The Government Inspector, Timon of Athens, The Merchant of Venice, and Shakespeare in Love.
Seattle Shakespeare Company’s free Wooden O productions for summer 2017 will be Much Ado About Nothing and Pericles. Both shows will start performances in parks on July 6.
After closing out the financial records for Seattle Shakespeare Company’s 2013-2014 season, Managing Director John Bradshaw announced that the company ended the year in the black with revenues of $1.6 million, a record high for the company. This is the 13th straight year that the company has ended the year with a positive fund balance. “In […]
At Seattle Shakespeare Company, we start our staff meetings by sharing Bright Spots that have happened to us in the week. These are triumphant moments, both big and small, that acknowledge the positive aspects of our jobs. It’s fun to share them with staff members who may not have been around to experience them directly. […]
Playing Benedick in “Much Ado About Nothing” has been a “Bucket List” role for Matt Shimkus since he first encountered the play when he was 13. And he didn’t have to wait as long as he thought he would have to before getting a chance at the role. Listen to what Matt likes about playing […]
Let’s take a look back at some of the other times that Seattle Shakespeare Company has produced “Much Ado About Nothing.” Four of the actors in our current production of “Much Ado About Nothing” have previously appeared in the play when we produced it in the past. Bill Higham played Antonio in 1999, a role […]
Take a peek into rehearsals for “Much Ado About Nothing.”
For the start of our 2013-2014 season Seattle Shakespeare Company’s Artistic Director George Mount is staging one of his favorite plays: “Much Ado About Nothing.” He recently sat down to talk about why he likes the play so much as well as some of the treats in store for the production. As someone who works […]