Storytelling with Larry Hohm – Haunting Tales

Master storyteller Larry Hohm returns to 18th & Union to deliver an evening of spooky tales. He makes stories come alive, telling them from memory without notes. The evening will include stories by Shirley Jackson, Richard Matheson, Ray Bradbury, Fredric Brown, and Colin Nissan.


Proofs: A Live-Streamed Playwright’s Challenge

With the rising popularity of streaming, many have tried finding new ways of enjoying theater from the comforts of their own home. But beyond just theater, some have tried experimenting with new challenges to the theater experience. One such group has found its way to YouTube and the concept is an interesting one, to be sure. From Parley Productions comes a new Live-Streamed YouTube series, Proofs, Proofs, created by Dustin Hageland & Rebecca Tourino Collinsworth.


Shakespeare in the time of Coronavirus-At Home

Multiple at home Shakespeare Viewings Available

While there’s nothing that’s quite like attending a live performance, right now there are several opportunities available to see streaming versions of some staged Shakespeare productions that we might not previously had access to.

So, take advantage of it while you can.

In order to help you get your fix of staged Shakespeare week to week, Seattle Shakespeare Company has put together a schedule of streaming performances to put on your calendar. You can see shows from Shakespeare’s Globe in London, the National Theatre, New York’s Shakespeare in the Park, the Folger Theatre, the American Shakespeare Center and Seattle Shakes.

Also, to celebrate William Shakespeare’s birthday week, Seattle Shakespeare will host a FREE live stream reading of Romeo and Juliet with the cast of the company’s spring touring production. The live stream event will be hosted by Artistic Director George Mount with Education Director Michelle Burce serving as moderator. A brief Q&A session on YouTube will follow the event. (see

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