Venue Details

3 Star Starred
Seattle Public Theater at the Bathhouse
7312 W Green Lake Dr N. Seattle, WA 98103
206-524-1300
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17 reviews
2 stars
attended Mar 28 2013

I enjoyed the show; acting was terrific. A warning - I saw it with my middle school children (there were others at the show) and there are some risque comments made (true to the characters). After the initial surprise, my children were fine and...continued

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5 reviews
5 stars
attended Apr 04 2013

Was surprised that the chief subject matter was homosexuality. I'm still uncomfortable watching two people of the same sex kiss. Otherwise, it was very well acted, especially by the female lead, and provoked thoughts of abandoned children.

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1 review
0 stars
attended Mar 28 2013

This was an excellent production. They touched on many deep concepts, each one presented in a very realistic and nonjudgmental manner. Our teenagers thought it was very well done and would be great for other high school aged kids to see.

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Website

http://www.seattlepublictheater.org/events-edith.html

Description

Directed by David Gassner, featuring Jose Abaoag, Sarah Porkalob, and Tim Smith-Stewart.*

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Appropriate for ages 12+ with parental consent. It’s about teenagers, but there are frank discussions of sexual relationships between two young men.

About the Ticket Supplier: Seattle Public Theater

Founded in 1988, Seattle Public Theater was originally a small company that primarily toured plays in local Seattle public schools and worked with adult and at-risk youth populations to create socially conscious theater. In 2000, Seattle Public was chosen by the City of Seattle in a competitive bidding process to be the resident theater company at the historic Bathhouse. Since then Seattle Public has had a remarkable rebirth to become one of Seattle's premiere mid-sized theaters, renowned for both an ambitious education program as well as high-quality professional productions.