Continuing our series of season announcements..
- God of Carnage (October): The Rep begins their 2010-2011 season with a 2009 Tony Award winner by Jasmina Riza.
- Three Tall Women (Oct-Nov): Edward Albee’s classic.
- Dancing at Lughnasa (Nov-Dec): written by Brian Friel, “captures a beautiful and exuberant sliver in the lives of five sisters.”
- The K of D, an Urban Legend (Jan-Feb 2011): If you missed it last summer at Balagan, actress Renata Friedman is reprising her role in this solo show by Laura Schellhardt.
- The Brothers Size (Feb 2011): by Tarell McCraney. “The Louisiana bayou, West African mythology, and family interplay.”
- Of Mice and Men (Mar-April 2011): John Steinbeck’s classic American tale, adapted to stage by Mr. Steinbeck himself.
- This (April-May 2011): Very intriguing new play by Melissa James Gibson about four friends “fast approaching the end of their 30s.”
- The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs (April-May 2011): Mike Daisey brings his latest piece to Seattle. This will indeed be awesome.
- Mauritius (October): by Theresa Rebeck. A suspenseful thriller as two half-sisters vie for an inheritance of rare stamps.
- Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol (December) by Tom Mula, running simultaneously with The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.
- My Wonderful Day (Jan-Feb 2011): by Alan Ayckbourn. Adult follies seen through the eyes of a nine year old girl. Seattle premiere and apparently the 73rd play by Ayckbourn.
- The Happy Ones (March-April 2011): “When tragedy strikes Walter, the only person who can help him reclaim his life is the person who inadvertently destroyed it.” by Julie Marie Myatt.
- Arms and the Man (May-June 2011): by George Bernard Shaw.
Single and season tickets go on sale on May 5. For more information, check out their website.