Hey Seattle Shakespeare Lovers!

Tomorrow Sheas and friends will be at Woodland Park to see a double bill of Henry VIII and The Taming of the Shrew, starting at 3 PM. If you like, grab a picnic basket, blanket, and/or lawn chair and come enjoy live theatre. A noble Seattle tradition courtesy of Greenstage. Though this is Seattle, some sun block and water might not be a bad idea either.

Address: Aurora Ave North and North 60th St, Seattle, WA 98103

They perform in the meadow on the east side of HWY 99 just south of the lawn bowling and horseshoe pits, near Shelter 6. (Across Aurora Avenue from the zoo)

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  • Mark R

    Saw Shrew yesterday. Not bad. Unfortunately Shakespeare has be relegated to the outdoors, any necessary subtlety is trumpted by broad “business” leaving one to wonder how Kate and Pet came to complement each other. You are made of sturdier stuff that I to go to a double feature. Greenstage is the better company than Wooden O. It is more down-to-earth. But don’t expect the majority of the cast to pay attention to the verse.