"We laughed and laughed and laughed. Thank you Green Stage. Much Ado in Lincoln Park is on our list of summer 2015 highlights!"
Emily Rene, on Facebook
Condiments in the park
"Brilliant Much Ado About Nothing! The whole cast was just great, mind you. But Benedick spewing soy sauce almost in my lap? Best Shakespeare in the Park EVER!"
Molly Bauchkam, on Twitter
"GreenStage is one of the best things about summers in Seattle!"
Michael Paulus, on Twitter
Teary over Othello
"Best Othello I have ever seen...I wept. What a great way to finish the canon!"
Donna King, on Facebook
GreenStage a big deal!
"With GreenStage, the story comes alive through the expression and emotions of the actors... we are so lucky to have them here in Seattle!"
Kelly Rogers Flynt, Seattle's Child
Good fortune to see LLL
"The production is hilarious, and I was continually amused and laughed myself silly. Consider yourself fortunate if you are able to pull up a lawn chair and witness this truly entertaining troupe of Shakespereans!"
Janet Wasner, on Facebook
Comedy of Errors a "fun farce"
"All four actors were adept at physical, slapstick comedy, which had the audience laughing out loud, especially the kids. The intimate nature of the setting pulled us in; being able to see the actors’ facial expressions added to the experience."
Tiffany Doerr Guerzon, ParentMap
"This Othello isn’t just a final box to be checked off, but an invigorating, exciting take on the revenge drama."
Dusty Somers, Seattle Times
Comedy of Errors pleases
"I loved today's Backyard Bard by GreenStage: Four actors, minimal set/props/costumes/script. Fresh! Funny! Free!"
Mary Menard, on Twitter
Kaboom! for Othello
"The play and its players seemed to gather strength throughout the afternoon in the park and can be proud of their solid rendition of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy and the completion of presenting his entire canon."
Alan Sydney, Drama in the Hood
Praise for Othello
"Free Shakespeare in the park is a wonderful experience, a life blood coursing through the veins of healthy urban environments. Way to go, Seattleites. Way to go, GreenStage. Keep it up."
Bird Watcher, on The Ptarmigan blog
Go see a play!
"I think it's great that through what your group does you're encouraging people to not only get out and enjoy the outdoors, but also to experience the art of storytelling."
David Moya, on Facebook
Stellar cast for Lear
"Vince Brady as Lear was above and beyond—positively riveting. This is my first time seeing Lear, and you have spoiled me for life!"
Alex Riggle, on Facebook
"GreenStage is awesome!"
Judy Redpath , on Twitter
"Staged creatively and with great humor, actors at times joining the audience, fairies both impish and metal, I was drawn in and entertained in the comfort of my lawn chair, while blue skies and summer breezes surrounded."
Janet Wasner, on Facebook
Love for LLL
"We saw Love's Labour's Lost last night and it was quite lovely! All the actors were great!"
Kate Podjasek Martin, on Facebook
"Love's Labour's Lost in Lower Woodland Park: much hilarity ensues. Cast is brilliant! Kudos to GreenStage!"
Rachel Spain, on Twitter
"Thanks for making Shakespeare so accessible to everyone!"
Tamara Burnett, on Facebook
Great setting for a play
"Bald eagles, dragonflies and the magic of Shakespeare at twilight. Thank you, GreenStage!"
Lynn Jacobsen, on Twitter
For 26 years!
"Wonderful! These plays are one of my favorite traditions of Summer."
Joe Plattner, on Facebook
Kudos to GreenStage
"I'm a HUGE fan of Shakespeare in the park! Thank you for being so generous with your time and talent!"