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Thumbnail for - Seattle Shakespeare Company's Invitingly Isolated 'Waiting for Godot'
Sep 16, 2014
Theater Review
The bleakness of Samuel Beckett's classic tragicomedy plays out on the ACT Theatre stage
Thumbnail for - Cheap Week Seattle: July 7–13
Jul 7, 2014
Bang for Your Buck
Dragons appear in the International District while Madison Valley gets revolutionary: the best ways to spend your week without spending much
Thumbnail for - Seattle Shakespeare Co. Annouces Its Summer Plays and 2014–15 Season
Mar 19, 2014
Season Announcement
Plan ahead to see Wooden O and an indoor season which includes 'Othello, 'Twelfth Night,' and Beckett.
Thumbnail for - Um, There's a Bunny on the Stage: Fond Memories from Shakespeare in the Park
Jul 9, 2013
Wooden O actors recall their favorite moments from 20 years of outdoor performances.
Thumbnail for - Trailer Trash Meets High Class in Seattle Shakes' 'Taming of the Shrew'
Apr 30, 2013
The kitschy revival brings double-wide humor to the Bard's comedy.
Thumbnail for - Shakespeare in the Park Season: It’s On
Jul 11, 2012
Summer in the City
Every summer, from Seattle to NYC, a silent pact is made between theatergoers and thespians: You, dear actors, are allowed to thrust plastic swords and shout your monologues as long as we, the...
Thumbnail for - Coriolanus, From Stage to Screen
Jan 23, 2012
Theater in HD
The set of Seattle Shakespeare’s Coriolanus looks so…familiar. The graffitied walls, the placards carrying the voice of Rome’s 99 percent: “We Are the City.” “We Are Rome.” It seems Occupy Rome...
Thumbnail for - A Knockout Performance
Apr 25, 2011
Morning Fizz
Monday Edition: Swing votes; the special session in Olympia; and Shakespeare at Seattle Center.
Thumbnail for - Seattle Shakespeare’s Managing Director Is Leaving
Mar 4, 2011
Theater News
Seattle Shakespeare Company announced late yesterday that John Bradshaw, its managing director since 2004, will step down on March 18. The parting seems amicable enough—Bradshaw already has plans...
Thumbnail for - Review: The Two Gentlemen of Verona
Mar 22, 2010
In a brave move that actually pays off, Seattle Shakespeare Company takes The Two Gentlemen of Verona and sets it in Southern California—the same SoCal shared by Lindsay Lohan and “real”...
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