Greenstage presents ‘King Lear,’ 1st WS performance

July 26, 2013 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Camp Long
5200 35th Avenue Southwest
Seattle, WA 98126

Free outdoor Shakespeare from Greenstage! “King Lear” will be performed twice in West Seattle parks this summer:

Friday, July 26th – 7 pm – Camp Long
Sunday, July 28th – 7 pm – Lincoln Park

KING LEAR is ready to give up the throne and divvy up the kingdom among his three daughters. But Lear’s idea to hold a flattery-fest to determine which of the offspring gets the biggest and best chunk of land goes horribly awry. In addition to the scheming heiresses there are others at court intent on power-grabbing and double-crossing. Mix in bit of insanity, and you’ve got trouble. Find out who picks up the pieces in Shakespeare’s tragic tale of palace intrigue.

Directed by Erin Day

Meredith Armstrong–Goneril
Vince Brady–Lear
Anthony Duckett–Cornwall
Ashley Flannegan Russell–Cordelia
Sam Hagen–Fool
Steve Scheide–Edmond
Johnny Patchamatla–Kent
Eli Simons–Albany
Brendan Toner–Oswald
Gianni Truzzi–Glouster
Nicole Vernon–Regan
Daniel Wood–Edgar

Elizabeth Powers–Costume Designer
Max Pagel–Technical Director
Laura Garcia–Prop Designer
Ryan Spickard–Fight Choreographer
Liam Enns–House Manager

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