NADESHIKO opens April 15! Discount Season Passes -EXPIRED

Nadeshiko follows the story of two women: A young woman in Japan during World War II takes on the role of caregiver to soldiers soon flying to their deaths. In 2016, Risa takes on a peculiar gig from Craigslist in order to pay her rent. As personal and sexual boundaries blur, the stories of two generations of women intersect in this discovery of power within idealized Asian beauty.
Sound Theatre Company coming off their second Gregory Award win for Outstanding Theatre Company of the year is thrilled to kick off their 11th Season with a bold new world premiere from Keiko Green.
Center House Theatre at the Seattle Center Armory  
305  Harrison St. Seattle WA, 98109
April 13 – May 6, 2016 7:30 pm,  Sunday 2:00 pm matinees

Tickets:  $15 – $25  Purchase tickets   

Intended for Mature Audiences

2017 Season Tickets Still Available Through  

APRIL 9!
AMPLIFY! Raising Women’s Voices
SOUND THEATRE COMPANY’S 11th season seeks to amplify women artists in the theatre. Each play in the 2017 season features a women playwrights and directors.
$60 Season Tickets are available NOW.
With Season Tickets you get a $15 discount and you can select your own performance dates as well as change them at any time.
Nadeshiko by Keiko Green
Directed by Kaytlin McIntyre
April 13 – May 6
Center Theatre at the Seattle Center Armory

Presented in Collaboration with Seattle’s Umbrella Project

Hoodoo Love by Katori Hall
Directed by Malika Oyetimein

July 13 – 30

Center Theatre at the Seattle Center Armory
Presented in Collaboration with The Hansberry Project
Goblin Market by Polly Pen, Peggy Harmon, based on the poem by Christina Rosetti
Directed by Teresa Thuman
August 10 – 27
Center Theatre at the Seattle Center Armory
“Amplification” is a method used by female staffers in Obama’s White House to ensure women’s voices and ideas are heard and recognized. When a woman makes a key point, other women in the administration repeat it, giving credit to its author. Sound Theatre Company strives to use this method as a inspiration for its future seasons.
$60 Season Passes