After claiming a third Theatre Puget Sound Gregory Award for 2017 Theatre of the year, Sound Theatre presents a ground-breaking season unlike anything seen on Seattle stages.
In 2018, Sound Theatre is proud to mount a season of plays and events to consider the nature of THE HUMAN FAMILY. These offerings include unique productions of classic comedies, a Seattle premiere, Disability Theatre Project play-reading series of plays by disabled playwrights, art exhibitions, accessible performances and other experimental works as part of our Making Waves program.
Photo: Yoonha Noh
Discussion of the play, and its challenging themes after each show in the lobby. Join us to debrief and gain more from this performance.
Aug. 2 – 25, 2018 Seattle Center Theatre Mature Content
Summer 2018 Making Waves
July 12-28, 2018 Seattle Center Theatre
“You Can’t Take it With You”
Feb. 22- Mar. 11, 2018 Seattle Center Theatre Mar 9 ASL Special Performance
Sun, March 18th, Daybreak Star Cultural Center, Discovery Park
Spoken English and Signed American Sign Language
Apr. 19- May 12, 2018 12th Ave. Arts
ImaginaryOpus – A Sensory Experience Feb 25 -28, 2018 Seattle Center Theatre
I Beg to Differ – Visual Art of Lupita Cano Feb 22- Mar 11
She is FIERCE: CRIMINAL – A Storytelling Event Apr 6, 7, 2018 12th Ave Arts.
Sound Theatre Company just keep[s] on cranking out solid productions of well-written and well-chosen plays that not only delight but also challenge audiences.-Drama in the Hood,
“There’s lots of really good theatre in Seattle right now. Put this one up there with the best.”- Nancy Worssam,
“Teresa Thuman and the crew at Sound Theatre Company just keep on cranking out the solid productions of well-written and well-chosen plays that not only delight but also challenge audiences. And the company’s latest show, Tom Stoppard’s two one-act plays, “Dogg’s Hamlet” and “Cahoot’s Macbeth” is no exception to the rule…Kudos to all involved!”- Scott Taylor, Drama in the Hood,