GreenStage, Seattle’s Shakespeare in the Park company and the city’s longest-running Shakespeare theater company, will have a new look on its staff and a refreshed graphic identity as it heads into its thirtieth season in 2018.
Natalie Gress has been named managing director of GreenStage, replacing Ken Holmes, who has been involved with the company since ...
Strike up the band and put on your dancing shoes! GreenStage is delighted to announce our 2018 season, which will mark our 30th summer of doing free Shakespeare in Seattle-area parks! Huzzah!!
Here’s what we have planned for you:
The Three Musketeers, directed by Erin Day
In our decades of doing Shakespeare in the Park, we’ve noticed that ...
Shakespeare Summer Camps for kids ages 5-16
GreenStage’s theatre camps take each student on a personal journey through the world of Shakespeare. Their natural imaginations will be embraced and nurtured as their ability to focus and work as a team increases. Each week-long camp ends with a free performance (picnic recommended) in the parks for family ...
The summer of 2018 will be our thirtieth of doing free Shakespeare in the Park. We’re celebrating with a look back at past years.
We know a little bit more about our second season, in 1990, than we do about that first year. The show that summer was Romeo and Juliet, featuring Douglas H. Steves and ...