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Early’s House
by Nathan Alan Davis

Monday, February 6 at 7:30 p.m.
PONCHO Forum at Seattle Repertory Theatre

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Early’s independent way of life out in the forests of Southern Illinois is challenged when Crazy Eddie returns from the war.

About the Playwright:
Nathan Alan Davis’s Nat Turner in Jerusalem recently had its world premiere at New York Theatre Workshop. He is a winner of the Blue Ink Playwriting Award and the Lorraine Hansberry Award.



Pride & Prejudice
adapted by Kate Hamill
directed by: Amanda Dehnert

Monday, February 13, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.
PONCHO Forum at Seattle Repertory Theatre

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This adaptation is a progressive take on the classic story of Elizabeth Bennett and Mr. Darcy, where family, status, and love collide in Regency-era England.

About the Adaptor:
Hamill’s adaptation of Sense & Sensibility (in which she premiered the role of Marianne) was named “Top 10 Theater of 2014” by both Ben Brantley of The New York Times and the Huffington Post, which called it “the greatest stage adaptation of this novel in history.” Her adaptation of Vanity Fair (in which she will be playing Becky Sharp) will premiere Off-Broadway in Spring 2017.


the night, sans stars
by Benjamin Benne
directed by Kaytlin McIntyre

Monday, February 20, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.
PONCHO Forum at Seattle Repertory Theatre

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Mother and daughter each prepare for a big test. As Alma strives to become an American citizen, her U.S.-born daughter, Angel, attempts to ace the SATs.

This exciting new work by Seattle writer and 2016/17 Playwrights' Center Many Voices Fellow, Benjamin Benne, explores a flawed education system and this family’s search for the American Dream.

Spring 2017: Date TBA

Exciting new partnership between Seattle Rep and the Mexican Consulate in Seattle made possible by the generosity of Consulate General Roberto Dondish and the head of the Consulate’s Cultural Affairs department Moises Himmelfarb.