Continuing our series of season announcements.. God of Carnage (October): The Rep begins their 2010-2011 season with a 2009 Tony Award winner by Jasmina Riza. Three Tall Women (Oct-Nov): Edward Albee’s classic. Dancing at Lughnasa (Nov-Dec): written by Brian Friel, “captures a beautiful and exuberant sliver in the lives of five sisters.” The K of Read more..
Both SCT and ArtsWest are bringing quite a few Seattle premieres to their 2010-2011 season! The Green Sheep (Aug – Sep) – Based on Mem Fox and Judy Horacek’s book Where is the Green Sheep? for ages 1-4 The Borrowers (Sep – Oct) – by Mary Norton, adapted by Charles Way. Ages 8+ Morgan’s Journey Read more..
March is the season for season announcements, with both Intiman and 5th Avenue announcing their 2010-2011 season, with ArtsWest to follow. We’ll be spotlighting season announcements as they come in, starting with 5th Ave and Intiman Theatre. Intiman‘s first season under the direction of Kate Whoriskey begins with Paradise Lost by Clifford Odets, opening March Read more..