Free tickets now available for The Duchess of Malfi

The Duchess of Malfi
Nicole Vernon, Noah Luce, and John Clark in GreenStage’s The Duchess of Malfi. GreenStage photo by Ken Holmes.

GreenStage performances are always free, and that includes our upcoming production of The Duchess of Malfi by John Webster and directed by Tony Driscoll. For this show, reservations are a good idea; the show will be at Stage One at North Seattle College, and there are fewer places to sit there than there are in our big old outdoor shows in parks.

Reservations are now available through Brown Paper Tickets. Just pick a date—the show runs from Feb. 26 through March 19—and choose the number of reservations you would like! And, while anyone can see the show for free, if you would like to make a donation, you can simply enter your per-ticket contribution into the box on the BPT site and take care of it just like that!

Theater blood costs a lot, and we’ll be using gallons of it in this production. Every bit helps. If you’d simply like to make a contribution, our donate page is open 24/7 as well.

We’re excited to be bringing back Hard Bard after a year of hiatus. Rehearsals are under way and The Duchess of Malfi is shaping up fabulously—well, for everyone except the duchess. Things will not go well for her.

You don’t want to miss this one. Sign up today to go see a play!