Midweek News – October 27


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

Congratulations to all the winners of the Gregory Awards, put on by Theatre Puget Sound.

Talking about special events, tonight is Seattle’s annual Lit Crawl.

The ancient Greek tragedy, Medea, is now being performed at Seattle Shakespeare Company. The reviews are saying it’s “plenty relevant” and “incredible.” See some of Medea through the ages, here.

Coming next week to McCaw Hall is the Pacific Northwest Ballet production, “Brief Fling.” A preview can be found, here.

What’s it like to audition for the Seattle Symphony? An idea, here.

In public art news, the city is becoming a canvas for young muralists.

Finally, William Shakespeare now has an official co-writer on some of his work – Christopher Marlowe.