Midweek News – January 13


Here’s news from the performing arts scene in Seattle and beyond.

Seattle Shakespeare Company is presenting Shakespeare’s bloody Titus Andronicus soon. It’s bloody enough to need a blood consultant. Enter Julia Griffin.

On Seattle Repertory Theatre’s stage is the searing Disgraced. Here’s an interview with actor Zakiya Young and here’s a discussion of the play with artistic director Braden Abraham.

There’s always much going on at UW World Series. Artistic director Michelle Witt discusses what’s coming in January here.

We’re all saddened to hear of David Bowie’s passing. Here’s his last video and here’s a discussion of his impact on Seattle’s music scene.

And finally, last Sunday before the curtains went up on a performance of The Book of Mormon at the Paramount, the audience got word of the Seahawks‘ miraculous end-of-game victory. Their joyous reaction: