"Romeo and Juliet" at the Hall at Fauntleroy
Friday, April 6, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
Seattle, United States
Enjoy a splendid dinner and the greatest love story ever told when Seattle Shakespeare Company’s touring production of Romeo and Juliet performs at the Hall at Fauntleroy in West Seattle. This 90-minute production of Shakespeare’s classic swashbuckling drama has delighted students and patrons all across the state. The small-cast ensemble plays multiple parts with quick changes and distinctive character choices that make for a showcase of great acting. Dinner for this event is catered by Tuxedos and Tennis Shoes at their home venue; the historic and beautiful Hall at Fauntleroy (formerly the Fauntleroy Schoolhouse). The doors for the event will open at 6PM, dinner will be served at 6:30PM, and the performance will begin at 7:15 PM.
When ordering tickets, please note the menu entree options and order accordingly.
Please note: Romeo and Juliet contains onstage violence and may not be appropriate for all children.
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Seattle Shakespeare Company
Founded in 1991, Seattle Shakespeare Company presents year-round productions of classical plays. In our indoor home at the Seattle Center, we produce a season of play by Shakespeare and other classic authors. During the summer our free, outdoor Wooden O productions tour to parks in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties. Our nimble state-wide touring productions feature 90-minute versions of Shakespeare’s works that play in schools and other venues. Our innovative education programs include school residencies, workshops, classes and camps during school breaks.
We believe that the plays of William Shakespeare and other classic playwrights are timeless works that cross social and cultural boundaries. With their rich themes and wide gallery of characters, these plays examine the full breadth of human experience: love, jealousy, loyalty, leadership, passion, vengeance, romance, ambition, and humor. Within these time-tested works are insights that continue to sing to contemporary audiences, and that is why we believe our region deserves a theatre committed to first-rate, professional productions of Shakespeare and the classics.