Cornish's Fall theater season is filled with original works, local authors and literary adaptations. Don't miss a single show!|
Kittens In A Cage, by Kelleen Conway Blanchard (Cornish Theater alumna '96), directed by Keira McDonald | October 22nd - October 31st
The comedy that inspired the popular web series about bad girls behind bars.
Jungalbook, by Edward Mast, directed by Rhonda J. Soikowski | October 28th - November 1st
New adaption of Kipling's famous Mowgli stories moves the action from the jungle to a jungle gym. Local playwright Mast breathes new life into a classic tale of acceptance and growing up.
Quixote - Book One, based on Don Quixote by Miguel Cervantes, adapted by Octavio Solis, co-directed by Sheila Daniels and Richard E.T. White | November 6th - November 13th
Seattle premiere of the 2009 hit from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Leading Latino playwright Octavio Solis (El Paseo Blue) creates a fresh and vibrant retelling with poetic language, song, dance, and sword-fighting.
Blown Youth, by Dipika Guha, directed by Caitlin Sullivan | November 12th - November 21st
Seattle premiere of a work that turns Hamlet upside down and asks what happens to the universe when a woman is at its center.
Anon(ymous), by Naomi Iizuka, directed by Desdemona Chiang | November 18th - November 22nd
Refugee Anon must navigate through a chaotic, ever-changing landscape in this entrancing adaptation of Homer's Odyssey.
Wild Kate: A Tale of Revenge at Sea, by Karen Hartman, directed by Annie Lareau | December 9th - December 13th
Seattle premiere of a local playwright's new take on an old fish tale. From "Call me Isabel" to sea voyage under a female captain looking for payback, this contemporary adventure was inspired by Melville's Moby Dick and the Deepwater Oil Rig disaster.
Golden, A Cabaret, conceived and directed by Timothy McCuen Piggee and Frances Leah King, music directed by Katherine Strohmaier | December 16th - December 18th
An audience favorite year after year, the Cornish cabaret revue features our musical theater students performing classic and contemporary songs of thankfulness and gratitude.
Proceeds from these events provide core funding to Cornish student scholarships which means that your ticket purchase today directly benefits the arts education of our Cornish students! Thank you in advance for your support!
Cornish College of the Arts (View)
1000 Lenora St
Seattle, WA 98121
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