Midweek News – July 21


Here’s news from Seattle’s performing arts community and beyond.

Unfortunate news to report: the Seattle Shakespeare Company offices were recently flooded. If you care to help, you can

5th Avenue Theatre is presenting the Tony Award-winning The Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder. Go behind-the-scenes with a photo essay here and hear about the show, here.

ACT is presenting Daisy, about a infamous political ad created in the 1960s. It’s discussed here and you can hear more about the show here.

Big Fish is going swimmingly at Taproot Theatre. According to Travis Vogt it’s better than the movie. Here’s an interview with Big Fish actor Sarah Russell. 

Here’s a glimpse at the Frye Art Museum’s programming for people living with dementia.

Could an art project help Seattle’s growing problem with homelessness

Can opera be an agent of change?

Finally, you can buy the original set of War Horse puppets. (You’re too late to get this original Bach score, however)