Youth Programs

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    Evidently, the Evidence is Evident

    Grades 5 - 8
    • Rehearsals

      September 27 – November 3

      Tuesdays & Thursdays

      4:30pm – 6:30pm

      *Note: some rehearsals will take place at the SPT Offices in the U-District*

    • Tech Week

      November 7 – November 11

      Monday through Friday

      4:30pm – 6:30pm

    • Performances

       

      Saturday, November 12, 2pm

      Sunday, November 13, 2pm

    Directed by Emily Purington
    Written by Gillian Jorgensen

    In the ever-changing forest, one thing is always the same: insects and birds and bunnies do not get along. The Bug Court strives to keep order, but without judge or jury, much is left to the residents-at-large to determine who did what, where and when, and whether it was above board or below ground. Fighting against a system that hasn’t worked in years, Moth, Little Bun, and Stella the Jay agree to set disagreements aside in order to find a new order, one that will keep the forest in good spirits and song… but is it possible? And who keeps pillaging the food storage?

    • Cost

      $325

    • Enrollment

      Min: 10 Max: 15

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    Theater Lab: The Awesome Audition

    Grades 7 - 12
    • Date & Time

       

      Saturday, October 8

      1pm – 4pm

    Directed by Shana Bestock

    Set yourself up for a successful audition! Learn the secrets of auditioning, including resume and monologue review, where to find new, interesting material, and how to audition as a young actor around Seattle. Every actor needs to know how to make the experience fun, positive and something to be proud of no matter what happens!

    • Cost

      $45

    • Enrollment

      Min: 10 Max: 15

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    Theater Lab: Master the Bathhouse

    Grades 7 - 12
    • Date & Time

      Saturday, October 15

      1pm – 4pm

    Directed by Kyna Shilling

    Feel the power! Explore the secret workings of your theater and what makes a production tick.  Learn programming tricks for lighting and sound, prop and scenic construction, and more. Workshop participants will be considered for advanced technical theater positions for future productions.

    • Cost

      $45

    • Enrollment

      Min: 10 Max: 15

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    Theater Lab: Epic Shakespeare

    Grades 7 - 12
    • Date & Time

      Saturday, October 22

      1pm – 4pm

    Directed by Shana Bestock

    Work on cool stuff from all sorts of plays – kings and queens, sane and insane, twisted Richards, Henrys 4, 5, and 6, Lear and Titus. This class tackles scenes and monologues of great power, pith, and passion and together we’ll fill the Bathhouse with epically awesome Shakespeare! All skill levels welcome.

    • Cost

      $45

    • Enrollment

      Min: 10 Max: 15

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  • Soup to Nuts

    Grades 2 - 5
    • Rehearsals

      September 24 – November 19

      Saturdays

      10am – 12pm
      *Note: the October 1st rehearsal will be from 1:30pm-3:30pm*

    • Performances

      Saturday, November 19, 12pm

      Sunday, November 20, 12pm

    Directed by Steven Sterne
    Written by Jennifer Dice

    When an unemployed busboy from an all-you-can-eat buffet wanders into the finest hotel in town, he finds the management eagerly awaiting the arrival of Maurice Menteur, the famous French chef.  Though he doesn’t know a crepe from a crouton, all it takes is a fake mustaches and a phony accent to get our hero hired for the job! The hotel owner appears to be fooled, but it’s going to be tougher to trick the top food critics — not to mention the health inspector. Stir in multiple mistakes and silly situations, add a dash of slapstick, whip it all up and put a cherry on top and you have Soup to Nuts — a five-star farce!

    • Cost

      $250

    • Enrollment

      Min: 10 Max: 16

    • Registration

      Acting opportunities for this class have filled. Please email admin@seattlepublictheater.org to be put on the waitlist.

  • The Seagull

    Grades 9 - 12
    • Rehearsals

      October 3 – November 9

      Mondays & Wednesdays

      6:30pm – 9pm

      *Note: some rehearsals will take place at the SPT Offices in the U-District*

    • Tech Week

      November 14 – November 17

      Monday through Thursday

      6:30pm – 9pm

    • Performances

       

      Saturday, November 19, 2pm

      Sunday, November 20, 2pm

    Directed by Brandon J. Simmons
    Written by Anton Chekhov

    Tragedy and satire mix in Chekhov’s first great play. The Seagull follows the lives of ten extraordinary characters on a provincial estate in turn-of-the-century Russia. Romance and artistic yearnings intermingle on the shores of a beautiful lake, and the play’s tensions build to a dazzling climax on a dark and stormy night, where a young actress and a young writer are re-united for a dramatic reckoning that both fulfills and defies expectation.

    This is an Advanced Ensemble project. Please apply with a short letter of interest, emailed to admin@seattlepublictheater.org.

    • Cost

      $400

    • Enrollment

      Min: 10 Max: 12

    • Registration

      Acting opportunities for this class have filled. Please email admin@seattlepublictheater.org to be put on the waitlist.

  • Flesh and Blood

    Grades 6 - 9
    • Rehearsals

      October 31 – November 23

      Mondays & Wednesdays

      4:30pm – 6:30pm

      *Note: some rehearsals will take place at the SPT Offices in the U-District*

    • Tech Week

      November 28 – December 2

      Monday through Friday

      4:30pm – 6:30pm

    • Performances

      Saturday, December 3, 2pm

      Sunday, December 4, 7pm

    Directed by Keiko Green
    Written by William Shakespeare

    Moor. Jew. A pound of flesh. Blood, blood, blood. Shakespeare’s language is visceral, his characters deeply complex. With scenes from Othello and The Merchant of Venice, actors dig deep into issues of identity, otherness, and society. In what ways do these characters relate to us, to our 21st century present? What drives the intensity of the emotions at stake? This unique mash-up of two great scripts gives us the freedom to find multiple answers to Shakespeare’s hard questions, while giving actors of all race and gender an opportunity to play such iconic characters as Othello, Iago, and Shylock.

    • Cost

      $275

    • Enrollment

      Min: 10 Max: 15

    • Registration

      Acting opportunities for this class have filled. Please email admin@seattlepublictheater.org to be put on the waitlist.