The Crossroads of Love, Power, War, and Forgiveness Characters at the crossroads of love, power, war, or forgiveness populate Seattle Shakespeare Company’s upcoming season just announced by Artistic Director George Mount. Plans for the company’s 2019-2020 season include The Tempest, The Rivals, Troilus and Cressida, and Macbeth. “Each of these plays in their own way […]
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Mistaken identities, romantic entanglements, mischief-makers, and clowns, it’s easy to see hints of Shakespeare in Goldsmith’s raucous 18th Century hit She Stoops to Conquer, but you may not know the backstory to this play that some consider the savior of the English stage. City vs. countryside, men vs. women, rich vs. poor. She Stoops to […]
Directed by Makaela Pollock, this new production of Oliver Goldsmith’s 18th century comedy of manners begins performances March 19 in the Center Theatre. Featuring five original songs and a live band on stage, our She Stoops to Conquer recreates the comic spirit of the original, but gives the play a new spin for contemporary audiences. […]
Seattle Shakespeare Company presents a Restoration Comedy mashup of ska music, hipster bars, gender dynamics, and mistaken identities in Oliver Goldsmith’s She Stoops to Conquer.
Wooden O summer 2019 plays to include Twelfth Night and Romeo and Juliet
We can’t blame you if you’re not familiar with All’s Well That Ends Well. It’s a play that mixes light and dark, joy and melancholy. It uses of fairy tale conventions, but gives them a twist. Here are a few pointers to help acquaint you better with the play.
Keiko Green and Conner Brady Neddersen head up a 16 member cast in Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well. Green plays Helena, a young woman who has pinned her heart on Bertram, played by Neddersen.
Two young souls learn to navigate a new world and discover each other. Seattle Shakespeare Company starts the New Year with Shakespeare’s fairytale of love and war – All’s Well That Ends Well. Victor Pappas returns to the company to direct the production which runs January 8 through February 3.
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.