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18th & Union Capitol Hill
May 24–27, 7:30 pm


Recommended by Rich Smith

Caliban, the morally complex "mooncalf" from The Tempest, is one of Shakespeare's most fascinating minor characters. His mother, Sycorax the witch, clearly has the greatest name in all of Shakespeare, but she also stands as one of the playwright's most intriguing and yet totally unexplored characters. After all, she was banished from Algiers, forced to start a new life on an unfamiliar island, and then driven away from that life and land by Prospero, an overbearing white father figure who is clearly a stand-in for Shakespeare's own ego. Under Mark Lutwak's direction, Seattle veteran actor Demene E. Hall will fill out Sycorax's details, telling her side of the story from the point of view of the exiled and the colonized.

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18th & Union

1406 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122

Event Times
This event is in the past.
  • May 24–27, 7:30 pm