|Adam Standley rehearsing for Mr. Dickens and His Carol - Seattle Rep (Sayed Alamy)|
As we nestle into our couches with cups of coffee, tea, or mulled wine, there is plenty to get out and see on our stages, as well. Plenty to warm hearts and entertain for the holidays.
With Not / Our Town, Pony World Theatre tackles the most iconic American classic: Our Town by Thornton Wilder. Both the 1938 original and this new play examine family, community, and those journeys in life common to us all. But how much this production feels like Our Town or not is up to audience members who will take a survey with options for several different scenes, staging styles, and even story elements. The winning votes determine that night's performance. This is not improvised theatre, but instead numerous possible variations of the script.
This now-classic musical focuses on the personal relationships between Jesus, Mary, and Judas, and examines the highs and lows of stardom, fanaticism, and mob justice. So, how will applying Reboot’s “style” highlight this musical in a new way?
It’s holiday time in the Brown household and Paddington is here to save the day! When he runs out of sugar for the seasonal marmalade jam, Paddington heads next door to borrow some from Mr. Curry. But Mr. Curry is short-tempered as he prepares for a visit from his great aunt. Paddington volunteers to help with Mr. Curry's chores, but good intentions lead to chaos! Will Paddington be able to fix everything in time? Find out in this fun-filled holiday comedy!
Approx. 70 minutes, no intermission. Recommended for ages 3+
Teatro Zinzanni has journey far and come home to entertain! They’re putting up the tent in SODO Park and partnering with Herban Feast for a special holiday season meal. Many of your favorite performers are back to win your hearts and there are new ones to pique your interest.