In partnership with Meany Hall and One Coast Collaboration, the School of Drama presents a series of five free, public readings of representative plays from seminal Seattle theatres of the past. As part of the School 75th Anniversary, we’ll be celebrating the Seattle theatre community of which we’re an integral part. The reading series will pay tribute to inspiring companies no longer up and running: Alice B. Theatre, Bathhouse Theatre, Empty Space Theatre, Northwest Asian American Theatre, and the Seattle Group Theatre.
Join us at Meany Studio Theatre on September 28 at 7:30 PM for the first event in the series with readings from plays produced by Alice B. Theatre.
All events in the reading series are free, but we suggest that you reserve your tickets in advance. Tickets can be reserved online.
For information about the entire series, visit drama.uw.edu/events.
And get to know One Coast Collaboration's founding creative producer, and School of Drama alumnus, Michael Place in this interview.