Romeo and Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet in Seward Park

Bloody Romance but Beautiful Rebellion

GreenStage set off its 35th year of “Shakespeare in the Park” with a rousing performance of Romeo and Juliet at Seward Park Amphitheater on Friday night. Directed by Luke Sayler, this production of Shakespeare’s most famous play reminded audiences why the love story still persists today—not merely for its bloody romance but its beautiful rebellion.

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Wooden O’s Romeo and Juliet Brings Something New To A Classic

When performing a work of Shakespeare such as Romeo and Juliet, it is essential to not only stay true to the play’s original intent, but also remain unique among thousands of other adaptations. Luckily, Wooden O’s recent production of the tragedy stuck out as a great option for both newcomers and experienced viewers of Shakespearean theatre.

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Romeo and Juliet

Heavy Teen Consequences for Thinking with your Glands

In 1988-89, when I lived in London, I received weekly Monday night tickets to the RSC; however I never saw as delightful or entertaining a version of any Shakespeare play as the Seattle Shakespeare production of Romeo and Juliet, currently running at the Cornish Playhouse at Seattle Center.

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