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I May Have Seen the Devil - Seattle Center Theatre4 performances
Theatre Puget Sound's THEATRE4
Seattle, WA
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I May Have Seen the Devil is a visceral new staging of Hamlet that cuts the original text down (while keeping the original language), re-arranges it, moves the action to a Massachusetts mental asylum in 1946, and rewrites the lead role to by played by a woman as a woman.

Its aim as a production is to bring a vital, vibrant kind of theatre to Seattle, to stage an experience as wild and raw as Shakespeare's classic text has ever seen. Its method is in having nine actors play seventeen parts while collaborating with local artists and a local musician.  And its madness is the collaborative creation of a performance that will surprise, excite, and challenge every kind of audience, from the most fervent Shakespeare fanatic to anyone who doesn't normally go out for Hamlet, Shakespeare, or theatre. This production is first and foremost for them, a classic story told in a dark new way to better shine a harsh light on contemporary concerns with abuses in the mental health system, women's rights, social rights, gay rights, racial discrimination, and the question of whether morality can find a place in a world gone mad in fear of its own mortality.  

Any story, told with enough passion, humanity, and honesty, can change the world.  We welcome you, in February 2015, to give us the chance to change yours.

Again, we are performing in TWO different locations over the course of our run - this batch will be at the Seattle Center, 4th Floor of the Armory Building, in Theatre4.  

Tickets come in three flavors: $12 general admission online, $15 cash general admission at the door, $10 cash for students and seniors at the door.

We have several special performances planned for this location, including:
Saturday, February 7th: 8:00pm (talkback/Q&A after the show)
Friday, February 27th: 8:00pm (benefit performance for Gay City, a local community resource)
Saturday, February 28th: 2:00pm
Saturday, February 28th: 8:00pm (LIVE score composition and performance)

Cast and Creatives:
Sarah Bixler - Guildenstern, Mad 2, Second Clown
Brian Brooks - Lord Polonius, Mad 5
Jada C. Brazil - Queen Gertrude, Mad 3
Zachary Christensen - Horatio
Eric Hampton - Laertes, Mad 1
Melanie Hampton - Ophelia
Amanda Keogh - Rosencrantz, Mad 4, First Clown
Phillip Keiman - King Claudius, The Ghost
Jesse LaTourette - Hamlet

Alex Moya - poster design
Kevin Harris - poster design
Britton Nicolson - set design
Glenn Smith - sound design and score composition

Maren Comendant - stage manager
Alejandro Stepenberg - director, adapter, producer, and fight choreographer
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Location

Theatre Puget Sound's THEATRE4 (View)
305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA 98109
United States

Categories

Arts > Performance
Arts > Theatre
Arts > Visual

Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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