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This year, local theatre companies are taking a few chances presenting familiar works that don’t necessarily appeal to all audiences and some risks on new, untested material.
Enjoy the holiday season with your family in the Seattle area with these great festive events.
This rock ‘n roll story is inspired by women musicians in Seattle during the famed grunge years. Remember 66 Saints, 7 Year Bitch, Bell, Capping Day, Danger Gens, Faster Tiger, Flood, The Gits, Hammerbox, Incredible Force of Junior, Kristen Barry, and Maxi Badd?
A labor of love… The Seagull Project has consumed the lives of 10 actors. For nine months, they have been researching, exploring creative possibilities, and rehearsing in both traditional and vibrantly new ways to fully bring Anton Chekhov’s magnificent play, The Seagull, to life in Seattle.
Bah-Humbug. We know it’s Scrooge who says that phrase, and thank goodness he comes to believe in the magic of Christmas. See Charles Dicken’s tale come to life this season at one of these Puget Sound theatres!
Romance! Action! Suspense! Come along for the ride from now through Sunday, November 11, as ACT Theatre brings one of South and South East Asia’s greatest and most beloved epics to life.
The Radial Theater Project presents 99 Layoffs, a new play by Seattle-based playwrite Vincent Delaney at ACT Theatre August 2 – 25.
A Contemporary Theatre (ACT) continues its 2012 Mainstage season with One Slight Hitch, by Lewis Black (The Daily Show, Comedy Central Presents). One Slight Hitch is a wedding day comedy directed by Joe Grifasi. It’s the Northwest Premiere of the play from June 8 – July 8.
Come see Frank Ferrante in his award-winning performance as Groucho Marx as he tells jokes, improvises and sings in his one-man show at the ACT Theatre in Seattle.