I'm in excellent company in this season of plays, which includes one of my favorites -- "The Fifth of July" by Lanford Wilson.
- “The Real Inspector Hound” by Tom Stoppard (Oct. 16-27), directed by Desdemona Chiang
- “The Fifth of July” by Lanford Wilson (Nov. 13-24), directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton
- “Reading to Vegetables” by EM Lewis (Jan. 29-Feb. 9, 2014) directed by Tina Polzin
- “Arabian Nights” by Mary Zimmerman (Feb. 26-March 9), directed by Leah Adcock-Starr
- “The Beggar’s Opera” adapted by Vaclav Havel and translated by Paul Wilson (April 23-May 4), directed by R. Hamilton Wright
- “The Workroom” by Jean-Claude Grumberg (May 28-June 8), directed by Mark Jenkins
A big thank you to Tina for taking this play on!
"Reading to Vegetables" is about a pre-med college student who signs up for an internship at a local hospital for a summer job. The psychological experiment she takes part in drags her deep into questions of morality and ethics she doesn't know how to answer. The play is inspired, in part, by Stanley Milgram's "Obedience" experiments in the early 1960's.
Feature article in the Seattle Times about UW's upcoming season can be found here.
To visit the UW Drama Department webpage and buy tickets, go here.