As part of the 40th Anniversary Season, the Pacific Northwest Ballet is pleased to present Roméo et Juliette, making its second appearance in Seattle since 2008.
Intiman Theatre, with it’s fabulous re-entry into Seattle’s theatre scene, is celebrating 40 years of history with cutting edge performances during their summer festival. During July and August, 2012, Intiman Theatre invites you to a fresh look at Shakespeare, Ibsen, Shanley and Savage.
In the Roman calendar days were not sequentially numbered. The middle of the month was known as its ide. Julius Ceasar was assassinated the Ides of March in 44BC.He was warned in Shakespeare’s play by a soothsayer, “Beware the Ides of March”. Here are a few local Ides of March events you might like to attend… no warnings needed.
February is bustling with great theatre in Seattle. From Broadway’s best, including Oklahoma! and Beauty and the Beast, to Moliére’s Tartuffe, Cervantes’ Don Quixote and George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion, there’s lots of feel-good performances for you and your sweetheart.
From Shakespeare to Late Nite Catechism, WWII drama to the Tony Award winning West Side Story… There’s plenty of good theatre in January to get your New Year off to an entertaining good start!
The weather’s getting chilly… What better way to spend an evening than with theatrical entertainment? Here are some of our October favs.
Knights on horseback, sword fight action, roving entertainers, magic shows, Shakespeare and more will be at Mercer Island’s “Renaissance Revelry” this weekend!
If your kid is a natural drama queen or king, you might think about summer theatre. To class it up a bit, GreenStage is offering Shakespeare, and all levels of experience are welcome.
School’s out for summer, but the arts continue on! See the June and July lineup for the Seattle area’s most entertaining events.