Coming off their second win for Outstanding Theatre of The Year from the Gregory Awards, Sound Theatre Company announces their most compelling and relevant season to date. Sound’s 11th season takes advantage of its recent successes and distinctions to help amplify female artists in the theatre and emphasize the roles of emerging female artists of color. Each play in the 2017 season is written by women and will be staged by female directors.
WE MADE IT! SO MANY SUPPORTERS, GENEROUS MATCHING DONORS! WE HIT OUR STRETCH GOAL. YOU HAVE MADE OUR SEASON POSSIBLE, IN THE BEST POSSIBLE WAY.
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,