Venue Details

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Center Theatre
at 1st Ave N 305 Harrison Street Seattle, WA 98109
206-684-7200
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For Kavalier and Clay's dinner break, Blue Water Taco had the longest line and the Pie place had the shortest line. Blue Water Taco people had to eat quickly to make it back in the allotted.
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay dining Jun 27 2014 star this tip starred
Alicia Fereday
We dined in the Armory. We a delicious and relatively cheap dinner at Plum Pantry ($12 each) and then sat at Quincy's having a glass of wine and watching the final four before the show. It was relaxing to be just steps away and we didn't have to eat fast food.
The Importance of Being Earnest dining Apr 06 2014 star this tip starred
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Website

http://www.seattleshakespeare.org

Description

After purchasing, you must contact the box office by Sunday, November 4 to schedule your shows. You must attend all three shows on the same day of the week with the date ranges listed below. (Example: Always on Wednesday nights or always on Sunday nights). 

You will need to provide Seattle Shakespeare Company with your mailing address for ticket shipping.

Seating will be best available at time of scheduling. Seating will be at the Playhouse at Seattle Center and the Center Theatre at Seattle Center. All seating assignments are subject to availability.

Seattle Shakespeare shows are appropriate for ages 12 and older. 

**__Antony and Cleopatra__: November 1-18, 2012 

**Venue: Playhouse at Seattle Center 

By William Shakespeare 

Directed by John Langs 

The Roman General and the Egyptian Queen. Their romance gave birth to an empire, but their fiery longing came at a price. Caught between desire and duty, Antony and Cleopatra’s love affair shook the foundations of the known world. Power politics and passion collide in Shakespeare’s captivating tragedy. Director John Langs, who staged our 2010 production of Hamlet, returns to helm this legendary and tragic affair between two charismatic leaders. 

**__A Doll’s House__: January 2-27, 2013 

**Venue: Center Theatre at Seattle Center 

By Henrik Ibsen 

Directed by Russ Banham 

Darling Nora enjoys a comfortable life with her family and loves her husband Torvald above all else. So much so, that she’s risked a small lie in order to save his reputation and protect their cozy existence. When the truth worms its way out with a threat of blackmail, Nora begins to question her devotion and find herself forced into making a life-altering decision: honor her marriage or pursue her duty to herself. 

**__Love’s Labour’s Lost__: March 13-April 7, 2013 

**Venue: Center Theatre at Seattle Center 

By William Shakespeare 

Directed by Jon Kretzu 

In this exuberant romantic comedy youthful idealism gets derailed by love. The King of Navarre and his buddies have plans to immerse themselves in their studies swearing off less civilized pursuits — namely girls. After the Princess of France arrives with her ladies on a diplomatic mission, the young men’s hearts melt along with their brainy resolve. Playful pranks, witty wordplay and moony wooing give way to more serious matters that reveal the cost of real love. 

For a list of exact performance times, please consult the Seattle Shakespeare Company website;

Subscriber Benefits 

- You’re assured of having shows set on your calendar. 

- Exchange tickets at no additional cost (upgrade fees may apply if moving to a different day of the week) 

- Buy additional tickets at a discounted rate 

- Discounts on dining at area restaurants 

- Standby Exchanges – If you miss your performance, you may still attend any of the remaining performances of the same production (dependent on availability). Seattle Shakespeare Company asks that you wait until the day of the performance you would like to attend to reserve your new seats (reservations for matinee performances can be made the previous day). An upgrade fee may apply. 

About the Ticket Supplier: Seattle Shakespeare Company

Founded in 1991, Seattle Shakespeare Company presents year-round productions of classical plays.