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When small-town officials mistake an inventive clerk for an undercover inspector sent to root out corruption, the whole village goes into a tailspin. A comic web of bribery, lies, and rampaging self-delusion entangles everyone in chaos.
After the adoring public raises the charismatic Caesar to power, political factions question the leader's motives and growing influence. Whispers of mutiny rumble through the corridors of power. Brutus and Cassius reach a dire conclusion that will set Rome on the edge of collapse.
In the middle of the Sahara Desert, a stranded aviator meets the Little Prince, a young boy from a small, faraway asteroid, and a dreamlike journey unfolds across a universe. A rose, a sheep, and an array of unusual adults on their own small planets spark wonder in artistic director Courtney Sale's Seattle Children's Theatre directorial debut. Adapted from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's classic novella, this treasured tale reminds us of the power of innocence and boundless love.
The wealthy heiress Portia is forced to set her suitors a challenge for her hand in marriage. In order to woo her, Bassanio finances his plan with money borrowed from his friend Antonio. All would be fine, except Antonio has taken out a loan from the moneylender Shylock on the assurance that his ships will make it back to the city. They don't, and Shylock demands repayment with a pound of Antonio's flesh.
In an overconnected, information-saturated world, Ashley is struggling. Diagnosed with a condition known as "hyperempathy," she finds it difficult to hold a job, maintain relationships, and otherwise cope with the emotional demands of her everyday life. When Ashley is introduced to a new medical procedure known as Neuroclear, she sees a chance to create a new, better version of herself — but not without putting her humanity at risk. A fresh look into our relationships with the world, technology, and our "best self," Much Better questions the ethical limits of the use of technology as means for self-improvement. Earlier this year, Much Better emerged as a semifinalist for the 2017 O'Neill National Playwrights Conference, establishing itself as a strong and relevant literary work among over 1,300 plays. Prior to the O'Neill Conference, Much Better was a finalist in the 2016 Drama League Beatrice Terry Residency.
Young Will Shakespeare is in dire need of inspiration. His next play is up against a deadline, and the only thing he's figured out is the title: Romeo and Ethel, the Pirate's Daughter. Then he meets Viola, a smart and beautiful woman who desperately wants to perform on the stage even though it's forbidden. Will is smitten and gets inspired to write the greatest love story the world has known.
The popular and wealthy Timon has hordes of friends — but only when the wine is flowing. When his money runs out, Timon turns to his friends for help. One by one they refuse him, and the carefree philanthropist turns into a reclusive misanthrope. When fortune shines on him again, will Timon find out who his true friends are?