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LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST By William Shakespeare | Directed by Mary Machala The idealistic resolve of four young men is tested by four young ladies who show up at their doorstep. The King and his friends vow to abstain from women’s company for three years. They plan to devote their time to academics. The Princess of France and her ladies arrive for a visit just as the vows leave the men’s lips. It’s will against desire and heart against head in this delightful summer romance. HAMLET By William Shakespeare | Directed by George Mount After receiving news of his father’s death, a young man comes home to a much changed world. Doubt, uncertainty, and grief dog him at every turn. Struggling to make sense of the new order, Hamlet faces a crossroad. He can consent to or rage against the injustice around him. Rich with soaring language, Shakespeare’s masterpiece opens up with fresh insights with each new viewing. ISSAQUAH Issaquah Community Center Open Space Thurs, July 7 at 7pm LYNNWOOD Lynndale Park Amphitheater Weds, July 13 at 7pm Thurs, July 14 at 7pm SAMMAMISH Klahanie Park Sat, July 16 at 7pm SEATTLE Volunteer Park Sat, July 9 at 2pm Seattle Center Fisher Pavilion Sun, July 31 at 2pm MERCER ISLAND Luther Burbank Park Amphitheater Sun, July 10 at 7pm Sun, July 17 at 7pm Thurs, July 21 at 7pm Fri, July 22 at 7pm Sat, July 23 at 7pm Sun, July 24 at 2pm Thurs, July 28 at 7pm Fri, July 29 at 7pm Sat, July 30 at 7pm Fri, Aug 5 at 7pm Sat, Aug 6 at 7pm Sun, Aug 7 at 7pm BELLEVUE Ashwood Playfield Sat, August 6 at 7pm DES MOINES Des Moines Beach Park Sun, August 7 at 5pm EDMONDS Edmonds City Park Sun, July 17 at 3pm ISSAQUAH Issaquah Community Center Open Space Thurs, July 28 at 7pm LYNNWOOD Lynndale Park Amphitheater Weds, July 20 at 7pm Thurs, July 21 at 7pm SAMMAMISH Klahanie Park Sat, July 23 at 7pm SEATAC Angle Lake Park Fri, July 22 at 7pm SEATTLE Volunteer Park Sat, July 10 at 7pm Seattle Center Fisher Pavilion Sun, July 31 at 6pm SHORELINE Richmond Beach Community Park Weds, July 13 at 6:30pm TACOMA Wright Park Fri, August 5 at 7pm MERCER ISLAND Luther Burbank Park Amphitheater Thurs, July 7 at 7pm Fri, July 8 at 7pm Sat, July 9 at 2pm Thurs, July 14 at 7pm Fri, July 15 at 7pm Sat, July 16 at 7pm Sun, July 24 at 7pm Thurs, August 4 at 7pm WOODEN O FREE SUMMER SHAKESPEARE IN YOUR COMMUNITY DONOR BENEFITS FRIEND ($50) Receive your choice of a Wooden O signature cap or umbrella, available for pick-up at the performance of your choice. CONTRIBUTOR ($125) Receive both the Wooden O signature cap and umbrella, available for pick-up at the performance of your choice. Complimentary lawn chair seating for two at a Mercer Island performance. Advance reservations required.* Recognition in Seattle Shakespeare’s 2016–2017 indoor season programs. PATRON ($250) Benefits above, plus an invitation to attend a technical rehearsal for a 2016–2017 indoor season production. SUSTAINER ($500) Benefits above, plus: Complimentary lawn chair seating and a light picnic for two at Opening Night on Mercer Island. Choose between Love’s Labour’s Lost (July 7) or Hamlet (July 10). Advance reservations required.* Two tickets to a Seattle Shakespeare Company 2016–2017 indoor season performance. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Upon receipt of your donation, you will receive an acknowledgement letter with information about how to redeem your benefits. *Lawn chair reservations must be made 48 hours in advance and are subject to availability. To redeem Wooden O reservations early, please contact Tracy Hyland at [email protected] or (206) 733-8228 x 268.

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LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOSTBy William Shakespeare | Directed by Mary Machala

The idealistic resolve of four young men is tested by four young ladies who show up at their doorstep. The King and his friends vow to abstain from women’s company for three years. They plan to devote their time to academics. The Princess of France and her ladies arrive for a visit just as the vows leave the men’s lips. It’s will against desire and heart against head in this delightful summer romance.

HAMLETBy William Shakespeare | Directed by George Mount

After receiving news of his father’s death, a young man comes home to a much changed world. Doubt, uncertainty, and grief dog him at every turn. Struggling to make sense of the new order, Hamlet faces a crossroad. He can consent to or rage against the injustice around him. Rich with soaring language, Shakespeare’s masterpiece opens up with fresh insights with each new viewing.

ISSAQUAHIssaquah Community Center Open SpaceThurs, July 7 at 7pm

LYNNWOODLynndale Park AmphitheaterWeds, July 13 at 7pmThurs, July 14 at 7pm

SAMMAMISHKlahanie ParkSat, July 16 at 7pm

SEATTLEVolunteer ParkSat, July 9 at 2pmSeattle Center Fisher PavilionSun, July 31 at 2pm

MERCER ISLANDLuther Burbank Park AmphitheaterSun, July 10 at 7pmSun, July 17 at 7pmThurs, July 21 at 7pmFri, July 22 at 7pmSat, July 23 at 7pmSun, July 24 at 2pmThurs, July 28 at 7pmFri, July 29 at 7pmSat, July 30 at 7pmFri, Aug 5 at 7pmSat, Aug 6 at 7pmSun, Aug 7 at 7pm

BELLEVUEAshwood PlayfieldSat, August 6 at 7pm

DES MOINESDes Moines Beach ParkSun, August 7 at 5pm

EDMONDSEdmonds City ParkSun, July 17 at 3pm

ISSAQUAHIssaquah Community Center Open SpaceThurs, July 28 at 7pm

LYNNWOODLynndale Park AmphitheaterWeds, July 20 at 7pmThurs, July 21 at 7pm

SAMMAMISHKlahanie ParkSat, July 23 at 7pm

SEATACAngle Lake ParkFri, July 22 at 7pm

SEATTLEVolunteer ParkSat, July 10 at 7pmSeattle Center Fisher PavilionSun, July 31 at 6pm

SHORELINERichmond Beach Community ParkWeds, July 13 at 6:30pm

TACOMAWright ParkFri, August 5 at 7pm

MERCER ISLANDLuther Burbank Park AmphitheaterThurs, July 7 at 7pmFri, July 8 at 7pmSat, July 9 at 2pmThurs, July 14 at 7pmFri, July 15 at 7pmSat, July 16 at 7pmSun, July 24 at 7pmThurs, August 4 at 7pm

WOODEN OFREE SUMMER SHAKESPEARE

IN YOUR COMMUNITY

DONOR BENEFITSFRIEND ($50)

Receive your choice of a Wooden O signature cap or umbrella, available for pick-up at the performance of your choice.

CONTRIBUTOR ($125)Receive both the Wooden O signature cap and umbrella, available for pick-up at the performance of your choice.

Complimentary lawn chair seating for two at a Mercer Island performance. Advance reservations required.*

Recognition in Seattle Shakespeare’s 2016–2017 indoor season programs.

PATRON ($250)Benefits above, plus an invitation to attend a technical rehearsal for a 2016–2017 indoor season production.

SUSTAINER ($500)Benefits above, plus:

Complimentary lawn chair seating and a light picnic for two at Opening Night on Mercer Island. Choose

between Love’s Labour’s Lost (July 7) or Hamlet (July 10). Advance reservations required.*

Two tickets to a Seattle Shakespeare Company 2016–2017 indoor season performance.

––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

Upon receipt of your donation, you will receive an acknowledgement letter with information about how to

redeem your benefits. *Lawn chair reservations must be made 48 hours in

advance and are subject to availability. To redeem Wooden O reservations early, please contact Tracy Hyland at

[email protected] or (206) 733-8228 x 268.