Offered by Seattle Public Theater in partnership with the Holocaust Center for Humanity. "Dark Road" is a drama centering around the story of two sisters struggling to live with dignity during the rise of the Third Reich in Nazi Germany. This mature work will explore our human instinct for survival, the bonds of family, and the seductive power of evil.
Students will experience what it's like to be a part of a professional theatrical production, from auditioning, to memorizing their lines, to being fitted for costumes, all before the class culminates in a performance on Seattle Public Theater's stage.
Class Times: Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:30-9:00pm | Rehearsals: October 2- November 8 | Tech: November: 13-16 | Performances: November 17 at 7:00pm, 18 at 2:00pm & 7:00pm
*Rehearsals will mostly take place at the Seattle Public Theater rehearsal studios in the University District.
Seattle Public Theater provides quality arts education programs to a diverse population that promotes lifelong learning in order to empower people to be active agents of change in the world around them. Students can either learn through the artistic process as an actor, stage manager or designer, or they can take one of our many skills-focused classes that provide them the opportunity to sharpen their technique.