Doggslamlet 041913
4.0 / 5 Rated by 18 members
Review from Diane Lee

This is a wonderful venue, and the experience was first rate. It is a very original play, and loads of fun, if difficult to follow at times. We enjoyed it immensely. The cast was talented, enthusiastic, and mingled with us after the play. Very...continued

reviewed Jun 08 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from LP

Great time! Terrific acting, good set and venue/theater for these just clever works of theater - my only critique is this: why the heck are there not more patrons of things like this?!? This was better than any movie you'll waste 10 bucks on!...continued

reviewed Jun 14 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Oakley

If you have seen Tom Stoppard plays before then you know to expect to be confounded, confused and delighted in about equal measures. Though billed as two one act plays, they are actually related. "Cahoots's Macbeth" will make no sense without...continued

reviewed Jun 15 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from megrand

The actors were really very good, but the script fell a little flat, as did the staging of both one act plays. I wanted to love it, but I just didn't. Also, I would love to see more theaters in Seattle serve wine before the play and during...continued

reviewed Jun 21 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Erin

Very interesting. Intimate venue.

reviewed Jun 14 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Dana Shaw

Brilliant acting, direction and staging. A delightful and thought provoking production on par with any professional theatre anywhere.

reviewed Jun 15 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from maffy

After a bit of misdirection - google maps put the location as near the SIFF venue instead of at the Armory (formerly Center House) we did get to see these shows. Actually, I should say 'show', since (IMO) the first one only comes into focus when...continued

reviewed Jun 14 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from wahistorian

What an unusual and wonderful two-act play! My friends and I didn't quite know what to expect, but we really enjoyed this gutsy take on Shakespeare by Tom Stoppard. Kudos to Sound Theatre Co. for choosing to put on this play--anyone who loves...continued

reviewed Jun 15 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Carol Barton

Our first time at a production by this group. We are so impressed! We love Stoppard and they handled it beautifully--we'll be back.

reviewed Jun 08 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from denis ransmeier

good price - we enjoyed the evening and seeing young artists in action

reviewed Jun 08 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Marilyn Stauter

The acting and directing of these two short plays is superb. The first one, Dogg's Hamlet, is absurdist, and was somewhat difficult for me to understand; but the actual 'Hamlet' parts, and the entire second play, which wove Macbeth in with a...continued

reviewed Jun 09 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from ginny

Terrific production with good to great acting. It helps to know one or both of Shakespeare's Hamlet or Macbeth. High school students that have studied these would find the creative mash-up of the two plays entertaining and engaging. References to...continued

reviewed Jun 16 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member

Very, very different experience of Shakespeare! Doggs Hamlet takes a little bit of getting used to but worth the patience to figure out how to decipher the exchange of words. The acting was superb. Cahoots Macbeth was eerily threatening. A...continued

reviewed Jun 15 2013 report as inappropriate