The audio version will reunite the cast from the 2017 world premiere at Chicago’s A Red Orchid Theatre.
The theatre’s 2020-21 season will feature three short stories and two serialized audio dramas.
The five-show season’s literary adaptations include works by Charlotte Brontë, Willa Cather, Imbolo Mbue, Gin Hammond, and Tom Hansen.
Josh Aaseng has been promoted to associate artistic director, and Kayti Barnett-O’Brien has been promoted to managing director.
The Seattle theatre will present five mainstage shows and three touring shows.
The Book-It Repertory Theatre adaptation of the Hemingway classic takes audiences on a Parisian tour.
Local artists and theatre companies are taking jazz onstage—and taking it beyond Duke Ellington, Satchmo, and Coltrane.
Sound Theatre Company, Book-It Repertory Theatre and wigmaster Joyce Degenfelder among the big winners at the annual Seattle theatre honors.
What other playwright could bring together a city’s diverse theatre artists, from classical to avant-garde, lavish to bare-bones?
Seattle’s Book-It Repertory Theatre, led by Jane Jones and Myra Platt, has gone from adapting classic Western literature to local contemporary literature, drawing more and more local authors into theatre.