Seattle Musical Theatre


The Producers

Neo-Nazi Netwits and Teutonic Twits on Broadway

Any actor, who takes on the role of Max Bialystock in the The Producers, has a tough act to follow. But, Nathanial Jones in Seattle Musical Theatre’s current production of the musical adaptation at Magnuson Park, was every bit as irreverently funny and commanding as the original Max Bialystock-Zero Mostel. Under the direction of Alan Wilkie, author Mel Brooks’ comedic one-liners were delivered with rapier sharp timing, keeping the audience laughing the whole time.


Much Delight for the Holidays in She Loves Me

Well, well, well, well, well …

Everything about the production of She Loves Me by the Seattle Musical Theatre at Magnuson Park sings “fun.” Originally produces on Broadway by Harold Prince, Joe Masteroff penned the book, and Seldon Harnick and Jerry Bock provided the music (their next play was Fiddler on the Roof).

Director Alan Wilkie has honed all of the considerable talents of the cast and crew to a sharp edge.


Man of La Mancha

Poet in Prison Puts on a Play.

Seattle Musical Theatre kicked off the 2014-2015 Season with Man of La Mancha, a 1965 Tony Award winning adaptation of the novel Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes. Considered the first novel ever written, it was published in two volumes in 1605 and 1615, that is to say long after its subject matter, Chivalry and Knights, had ceased to exist.


The Pajama Game

The Pajama Game at Seattle Musical Theatre was another one of those bi-polar productions, with a very weak first act

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