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4 Star Starred
The Bathhouse Theater
7312 W Green Lake Dr N. Seattle, WA 98103
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attended Jan 28 2012

The Bathhouse Theater is a wonderful intimate little theater. I highly recommend seeing a play at this theater at your earliest possible convenience. This goes doubly so for "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." Angela DiMarco and Alyssa Keene...continued

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attended Feb 02 2012

I am a huge fan of the play and this was a marvelous production. I plan to go again. Wonderful acting, insightful staging. Great casting!

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attended Feb 02 2012

Intimate theater with good acting

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Audiences will laugh (and cry) their way into the New Year with Tom Stoppard’s Tony Award-winning comedy, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead. Zany humor, quicksilver wordplay, gripping tension and a heady swirl of ideas all come together in this story of two nobodies who long to star in their own story.

SPT’s revival, directed by Artistic and Education Director Shana Bestock, casts local actresses in traditionally male roles. Angela DiMarco (The 13th of Paris_) and Alyssa Keene (Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol_) take on Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, with Heather Hawkins (End Days, Mauritius) as The Player.

The cast also features Matt Aguayo, Ray Gonzalez, Julie Jamieson (Arms and the Man_), Kenna Kettrick (The Best Christmas Pageant Ever_), Patrick Lennon (Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol_), Jessa Lowe, John Murray (_Of Mice and Men, Mauritius) and Duncan Weinland (The Best Christmas Pageant Ever).

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.