All performances are FREE!
Tickets are available by walk-up, starting an hour before the beginning of each performance. Donations are encouraged to support Seattle Public Theater’s Youth Program. To reserve the best seats you can make a reservation online!
The Winter’s Tale
by William Shakespeare Directed by Keiko Green & MJ Sieber
Exit, pursued by bear. Shakespeare’s play of mystery, passion, jealousy, and love. Suspecting his queen of infidelity with his best friend, a jealous king intends to execute her and abandon their newborn child, but the child is saved by the appearance of the bear, and reemerges years later as a free-spirited young woman. Full of clowns, commoners, nobility, righteous anger, and true love — and, of course, a bear.
Performances: Friday, March 3rd at 7pm. Saturday, March 4th at 2pm. Sunday, March 5th at 2pm & 7pm.
The Nut-Brown Girl
by Gillian Jorgensen Directed by Sara Porkalob
Cathy’s dying grandmother has transformed into a cat, but no one has noticed. Do the secret seashell messages and the pirates have anything to do with it? Who, exactly, is the Nut-Brown Girl, and is any of it real? Trapped between the ordinary and the terrible, Cathy just might need a little magic to guide her.
Performances: Friday, March 10th at 7pm. Saturday March 11th at 2pm & 7pm. Sunday, March 12th at 2pm.
The Mobius Conundrum
by Jennifer Dice Directed by Steven Sterne
The astroliner Mobius II is heading back to Earth from deep space, when the crew receives a distress call from an uncharted planet. This simple event kicks off an adventure that spans both space and time. You’ll meet a science office with a deep dark secret, a time tourist who’s lost a very important piece of baggage, and a detective whose investigation is hanging by a cosmic thread. From the author of The Criminal Element, this new science/comedy/adventure will boldly go where no production has gone before!
Performances: Saturday, March 11th at 12pm. Sunday, March 12th at 12pm.