Denis O'Hare
(© Joseph Marzullo/WENN)
Denis O'Hare
(© Joseph Marzullo/WENN)
Seattle Repertory Theatre has announced additional details of the 2009-2010 season, which will include Tony Award winner Denis O'Hare in An Iliad, April 9-May 16, 2010. Co-created by O'Hare and director Lisa Peterson, the work is adapted from stories from The Iliad, Homer's sweeping fable of gods, goddesses, and the Trojan War.

Seattle Rep's season opens with the national tour of The 39 Steps, directed by Maria Aitken and starring Ted Deasy, Eric Hissom, Scott Parkinson, and Claire Brownell (September 25-October 18). It will be followed by Michael Hollinger's Opus (October 30-December 6), directed by Braden Abraham and starring Charles Leggett, Allen Fitzpatrick, Shawyn Belyea, Chelsey Rives, and Todd Jefferson Moore.

Up next is Bill Cain's Equivocation, about how Shakespeare reacts to a dubious royal commission (November 18-December 13), to be directed by Bill Rauch, and starring Anthony Heald, Richard Elmore, Jonathan Haugen, John Tufts, Gregory Linington, and Christine Albright.

The season continues with Andrea Allen's production of Stephen Karam's Speech and Debate (January 15-February 21), starring Trick Danneker, Erin Stewart, Justin Huertas, and Amy Thorne; Wilson Milam's production of David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross (February 5-28), starring John Aylward, Ian Bell, Russell Hodgkinson, Charles Leggett MJ Sieber, and R. Hamilton Wright; and August Wilson's Fences (March 26-April 18), to be directed by Timothy Bond and starring James A Williams as Troy Maxson.

Seattle Rep's season will also include a co-presentation of the national tour of Tracy Letts' August: Osage County, which performs at the Paramount (October 27-November 1), starring Estelle Parsons.

For more information, visit www.seattlerep.org.