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posted Friday, August 3, 2018 - Volume 46 Issue 31
August theater openings are few but mighty
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August theater openings are few but mighty

by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer There aren't that many new shows opening this month, but there is plenty of Shakespeare to see in parks - see GreenStage at greenstage.org and Seattle Shakespeare Company's Wooden O at www.seattleshakespeare.org for details - and a few shows that opened at the very end of July - see http://www.sgn.org/sgnnews46_26/page22.cfm.

Hope you are having a wonderful and entertaining summer!

Blood Wedding, The Williams Project, 8/2-4 (at Equinox Studios)
This is a dry run toward a full production sometime next year. In an isolated village, a bride is visited on her wedding day by a former lover, sparking a sequence of events that will shock everyone from the flower girl to the Moon itself. The Williams Project will bring the whole town to life in song, dance, and verse. With some of the best poetry ever written, in a seldom-seen translation by famed American poet Langston Hughes, Blood Wedding by Federico Garcia Lorca will explode and expand our understanding of love, violence, race, gender, sex, and community.

https://www.artful.ly/the-williams-project/store/events/15279

Queen, Pratidhwani and ACT Theatre, 8/3-19
PhD candidates Sanam and Ariel have spent the better part of the last decade exhaustively researching vanishing bee populations across the globe. Just as these close friends are about to publish a career-defining paper, Sanam stumbles upon an error, which could jeopardize their reputations, careers, and friendship. How far will you go to defend your ethics and standards of integrity, and at what cost? Queen by Madhuri Shekar is a play about the pursuit of truth, relationships, and bees.

www.acttheatre.org

The Rules of Charity, , Sound Theatre Company, 8/4-25 (Seattle Center Armory)
The late John Belluso, a playwright who championed honest portrayals of people with disabilities, wrote this play about an older generation clashing with a younger. This 'lacerating critique of altruism' (SF Weekly) focuses on Monty, a brilliant father who has Cerebral Palsy and uses a wheelchair. He spars with his caretaker daughter in the haunting relationship at the heart of this play that examines what it means to be disabled and marginalized in modern American society. Contains Mature Content.

www.soundtheatrecompany.org

The Who's Tommy, The Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society, 8/16-9/1 (12th Avenue Arts)
The well-known story of the deaf, dumb, and blind boy who becomes a pinball sensation is the contemporary show of The Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society's summer season. This Tommy, with multiple actors playing pinball wizard Tommy at various ages, is a story that invites everyone in our community to see and be seen, touch and be touched, heal and be healed.

https://seattlegilbertandsullivan.com/the-whos-tommy/

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