The DownStage Theatre:
4029 Stone Way N.
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 633-1883

Upcoming Events

Emerging Artists Program

Sep 21 – Sep 28

Stone Soup will provide a home for selected emerging companies and solo artists who share our same passion for great theatre.


A Child’s Christmas in Wales & The Long Christmas Dinner

Dec 5 – Dec 24

Celebrate the joy of magic, family, and memories with two short plays for the Christmas holidays!

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Plays & Events


Emerging Artists Program

September 21 – September 28

Coming September!

Fall of each year at Stone will feature emerging companies/and or solo performers and create exposure for both original and scripted material. So many artists do not want to wait for the opportunity to be cast in a show or hone their directing skills. This is why we see so many independent companies forming each year. Stone Soup will provide a home for selected emerging companies and solo artists who share our same passion for great theatre. This program will be designed to attract not only our regular ticket buyers, but reduced prices $10.00-$15.00 to purposefully encourage younger audiences (with a tighter belt) to attend.


A Child’s Christmas in Wales & The Long Christmas Dinner

December 5 – December 24

Celebrate the joy of magic, family, and memories with two short plays for the Christmas holidays:
 
A Child’s Christmas in Wales - Adapted from the poem by Dylan Thomas. Back again for the 2013 Holiday season! Celebrate the magic of Dylan Thomas’ childhood Christmas. Featuring youth and adult performers.
The Long Christmas Dinner - This human, tender play journeys the lives of several generations of the Bayard family, and some of their Christmas dinners. It is a serious play lightened with humor of character, containing a moving quality that is both appealing and forceful.

God of Hell by Sam Shepard

February 20 – March 15

Frank and Emma are Wisconsin dairy farmers who live a quiet respectable life until they agree to put up Frank’s old friend, a scientist on the run from a secret government project involving plutonium. The play is a surreal allegory–darkly comic–and a thrilling theatrical ride that explores the high cost of complacent political conformity.

“Deliriously entertaining and deeply scary…” Newsday