Sound Theater Company

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Cost of Living-Explores multiple meaning of the phrase

Directed by Teresa Thurman, one of Seattle’s most eminent theatres, Sound Theatre Company, has opened Cost of Living, a play with great relevancy to our current epidemic of isolation and loneliness. Taking place in New York City, the title not only refers to what it costs in dollars and cents to live in Manhattan and its boroughs, but also the emotional costs of simply living.

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Sound Theatre Stages World Premiere of Reparations

The Sound Theatre Company is collectively smiling from ear to ear as they are nearing the end of their successful world premiere staging of Darren Canady’s Reparations. The show has been playing to near sellout crowds night after night; their talented cast is rightfully receiving standing ovations and garnering rave reviews. The successful run winds up on February 2, so you have one more weekend to see what all the fuss is about at the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute.

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The Wild Party

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Sound Theatre Company, which has produced some excellent productions of excellent musicals has somehow managed to produce an excellent production of a very bad musical. The Wild Party had a virtuoso cast, choreography, musicians, set design and costuming but very little else, especially comic relief.

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