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“This was a rare and unique production and one that should be recognized for many elements. The cast was stellar, the ensemble work incorporating character, dance, music and story telling was superb. The emotional commitment of this score which was more of an opera than a musical is the kind of depth that we rarely see in local musical theatre. The risks that this small company took were huge — it was mature, meaningful, unlike anything done in Seattle and endlessly entertaining.” – Comment in People’s Choice ballot
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,