The show must go on!

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Well, the folks who had been doing rain dances and hoping for cooler weather came through this past weekend. We got a little bit of rain. OK, it was quite a lot at times! The show must go on, however, … Read More

New venues, and a schedule change

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GreenStage has been doing FREE Shakespeare in the Park for 27 years, but we’re still finding new places to play. We’ll visit three of them this week. Tuesday, July 21 at 7 p.m. we will perform our Backyard Bard version … Read More

Tiki Bard

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GreenStage has performed Shakespeare in a lot of places, but next week we are in for a first. At 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 21, Backyard Bard Macbeth will take to the stage at the Hotel Albatross in Ballard–call it “Tiki … Read More

Away we go!

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GreenStage’s 27th season of FREE Shakespeare in the Park got under way last week. We were fortunate to have lovely weather, as the very hot temperatures let up a bit, and nice crowds turned out, especially for the Seattle Outdoor … Read More

GreenStage season opens next week!

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Ah, summer, sweet summer! Sunshine and Shakespeare! We’re wrapping up June, Independence Day is this weekend, and that means GreenStage and FREE Shakespeare returns to a park near you next week! Our summer season opens Friday, July 10 with three … Read More

Teary over Othello

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“Best Othello I have ever seen…I wept. What a great way to finish the canon!” Customer Name:  Donna King Customer Description:  on Facebook Source: current GS content

Canon Fodder: Othello

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With our 2014 production of Othello GreenStage has completed Shakespeare’s canon! We’re continuing our celebratory look back at every play. Today’s play is the one with which we completed the canon: this year’s Othello!  Teresa Thuman directs, Johnny Patchamatla plays the Moor, … Read More

Canon Fodder: Cardenio

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With our 2014 production of Othello GreenStage has completed Shakespeare’s canon! We’re continuing our celebratory look back at every play. Today’s play is Cardenio, GreenStage’s Hard Bard production in 2012. Scholars continue to debate whether Cardenio is the work of Shakespeare, John … Read More

Canon Fodder: The Winter's Tale

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With our 2014 production of Othello GreenStage has completed Shakespeare’s canon! We’re continuing our celebratory look back at every play. Today’s play is The Winter’s Tale, a rare indoor production for GreenStage at Hugo House in 2000. Tony Driscoll directed and played Antigonus. … Read More

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