Celebrating its 9th year of bringing Shakespeare’s plays to communities across Washington Stage, Seattle Shakespeare Company is thrilled to announce the cast for its 2018 touring productions of Romeo and Juliet and a bilingual production of Twelfth Night.
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.
The set for “Twelfth Night” is being loaded into the theatre and the actors have just a few more days of rehearsals before the audience shows up. Here’s a look into rehearsals for “Twelfth Night.”
[soliloquy id=”8207″] Shipwrecked romantics get washed ashore in Seattle Shakespeare Company’s sparkling comedy Twelfth Night directed by Jon Kretzu at the Center Theatre at Seattle Center. Rehearsals for the play started on Tuesday, September 23rd. “The play for me is so much about all the different parts of love,” said Kretzu to the crowd gathered […]
Several Seattle Shakespeare Company friends return to our stage for our fall production of “Twelfth Night” which starts performances October 21. Jon Kretzu, who staged our elegant and captivating production of “Love’s Labour’s Lost” has brought back several cast members from that 2013 production The production features Allie Pratt as Viola and Jay Myers […]
I think the season coming up has some amazing play titles associated with and some amazing directors associated with each of those shows. And again, it’s also coming in as one of those seasons where the directors are coming at the plays from a passion point of view. The theme of the season this year […]
Jennifer Lee Taylor and Matt Shimkus are matched as the argumentative and amorous couple Beatrice and Benedick in Seattle Shakespeare Company’s indoor season opener “Much Ado About Nothing.” Artistic Director George Mount will stage the production set in a coastal resort area in 1953. Taylor recently played Eliza Doolittle in Seattle Shakespeare Company’s production of […]
Last night was a first for Wooden O and Seattle Shakespeare Company. The “Twelfth Night” company gave a command performance at the house Stellman Kehneel and Patricia Britton – in their backyard! Stellman was the top bidder for this unique experience at Bill’s Bash last May. Nearly 100 friends and family gathered at Stellman and […]
Twelfth Night begins on the shore of Illyria, where Viola has survived a shipwreck but fears that her twin brother, Sebastian, has drowned. After learning about her new surroundings from the ship’s captain, Viola disguises herself as a young man and sets out to find employment from Duke Orsino. Orsino has been sending messengers to court […]