The Clockwork Professor

By Maggie Lee

Directed by Gavin Reub

Seattle Public Theater Education Department Summer Production

August 1st - August 4th, 2024

Professor Pemberton is a humble inventor, a quiet man of science. As political unrest sweeps over the great city of New Providence, buried secrets from his past threaten to destroy everything that he holds dear, and perhaps even the Crown itself. From romance to royal airships to roving inter-dimensional portals, join up with The Clockwork Professor in this action-packed adventure of fantastical science fiction with a steampunk twist!

Runtime: 105 minutes with one intermission

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Titanish

By Jeff Schell and Ryan Dobosh

Directed by Mark Siano

Co-Produced with The Habit Productions and Seattle Public Theater

August 22 - September 22, 2024

From the creators of the sell-out super hit "A Very Die Hard Christmas" comes a comedy so colossal it can only be called "Titanish". Crashing onto the shores of Green Lake this August, this musical parody (that lampoons the epic film) will showcase the wit and creativity that The Habit Comedy writers are acclaimed for. Winner of the 2022 Broadway World Critic's Choice Award for best new musical.

Age Restrictions: Younger children not recommended, adult humor and language.

Run Time : 80-85 minutes, with one intermission. (approx. 65 min of show, 15 min of intermission)

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The Park

By Jenn Ruzumna and Lisa Every

Directed by Amy Poisson

October 11th - November 3rd, 2024

Bev and Libby meet on the same park bench, under the same tree, sharing sandwiches, dreams and memories for the entirety of their lives. Or maybe a century. Or maybe an eternity. Generations of strangers, families, dogs and ghosts share the same space, their lives passing and intersecting as each struggles to make sense of how to be in and of our troubled and beautiful world. The Park explores what we share in being human and how we must move forward even in uncertainty.

Runtime: 90 minutes with no intermission

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A Very Die Hard Christmas

By Jeff Schell and The Habit

Co-Produced with The Habit Productions and Seattle Public Theater

Directed by Mark Siano

November 22nd - December 22nd, 2024

Yippie Ki Yay, it's a Christmas miracle! Coming back this holiday season, from the comedy writers that have had Seattle in stitches for decades, comes A Very Die Hard Christmas, a musical parody that is sure to blow the roof off the joint. Sketch writers from The Habit team up with Seattle Public Theater to create this holiday comedy perfect for those who like their Christmas entertainment with lots of action, 80s jokes, smooth soft rock jams, and snarky German terrorists.

Runtime: 105 minutes (includes one intermission)

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Illuminating the Dark: An Evening of Short Stories

Sunday, December 15th, 2024 at 7:30 PM

Seattle Public Theater presents Illuminating the Dark! This special one-night event features some of Seattle's top actors reading and performing short stories and poems inspired by peace, joy, and winter gatherings. Come in from the cold, get a hot cup of cocoa and let your imagination wander as our talented readers spin their tales.

Runtime: Under 2 hours including intermission.

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Where Is Here? / اینجا کجاست؟

Directed and written by  Naghmeh Samini

Co-Produced with Seda Iranian Theatre Ensemble and Seattle Public Theater

January 15th - Februrary 2nd, 2025

Azam Kabiri, a recent immigrant, is excited to tell passersby about her life back in Iran as she waits for her luggage at an airport baggage carousel... but isn't the luggage on the carousel starting to get strangely personal? What did she bring in her two pieces of luggage, and what did she leave behind? Performed both in English and in Farsi, Where Is Here is a stunning solo-show from the mind of playwright Naghmeh Samini that delves into the reality of the immigrant experience.

Runtime: 80 minutes with no intermission

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Letters From Max

By Sarah Ruhl

Based on the book by Sarah Ruhl and Max Ritvo

Directed by Amy Poisson

February 28th - March 23rd, 2025

In this intimate, poetic play, a stage adaptation of Sarah Ruhl and Max Ritvo's 2018 epistolary book, Sarah and her former student Max share letters and poems candidly addressing his terminal illness with humor and lyricism.

Runtime: 2 hours and 15 minutes with one intermission

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Youth Voices

March 24th, 2025 at 7:00 PM

Join our Teen participants as they share their journey through the process of making a personal story into a theatrical piece and develop an original work.

Runtime: 60 minutes with no intermission

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Squeeze

Written by Trista Baldwin in collaboration with UMO Ensemble

Co-Produced with Seattle Public Theater

Directed by Elizabeth Klob

April 3rd - April 13th, 2025

Inspired by the clowning of Buster Keaton and the existential absurdism of Samuel Beckett.
The ensemble and acclaimed playwright Trista Baldwin explore five clowns being shut out, in need, desperate to connect and vying for control of territory. Three simple platforms and a series of ladders connect or obstruct them all. Two stunning acrobats magically weave between personal vignettes that explore the issues of today's world.

Runtime: 75 minutes with no intermission

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House of Joy

By Madhuri Shekar

Co-Directed by Agastya Kohli and Moumita Bhattacharya
Co-Produced with Pratidhwani and Seattle Public Theater

May 16th - June 8th, 2025

In an Imperial Harem in a place like India in a time like 1666, Hamida, a bodyguard, wakes to the oppression in her midst and decides to do something about it. Seduction, skullduggery and swordplay in a mythic, swashbuckling action-romance for the ages!

Runtime: 2 Hours 30 Minutes (including an intermission)

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