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Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center

By William Shakespeare; Directed by Linda Hartzell - Former artistic director of the celebrated Seattle Children's Theatre How should honorable citizens react when their leader shifts toward tyranny? Written near the end of Elizabeth I’s life, this classic play exposes political machinations that freshly caution us about power. “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” Post-Show Discussion on November 18, December 2, ASL on December 2. This event is eligible for…

By William Shakespeare; Directed by Linda Hartzell - Former artistic director of the celebrated Seattle Children's Theatre How should honorable citizens react when their leader shifts toward tyranny? Written near the end of Elizabeth I’s life, this classic play exposes political machinations that freshly caution us about power. “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” Post-Show Discussion on November 18, December 2, ASL on December 2. This event is eligible for…

By William Shakespeare; Directed by Linda Hartzell - Former artistic director of the celebrated Seattle Children's Theatre How should honorable citizens react when their leader shifts toward tyranny? Written near the end of Elizabeth I’s life, this classic play exposes political machinations that freshly caution us about power. “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” Post-Show Discussion on November 18, December 2, ASL on December 2. This event is eligible for…

By William Shakespeare; Directed by Linda Hartzell - Former artistic director of the celebrated Seattle Children's Theatre How should honorable citizens react when their leader shifts toward tyranny? Written near the end of Elizabeth I’s life, this classic play exposes political machinations that freshly caution us about power. “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” Post-Show Discussion on November 18, December 2, ASL on December 2. This event is eligible for…

By William Shakespeare; Directed by Linda Hartzell - Former artistic director of the celebrated Seattle Children's Theatre How should honorable citizens react when their leader shifts toward tyranny? Written near the end of Elizabeth I’s life, this classic play exposes political machinations that freshly caution us about power. “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” Post-Show Discussion on November 18, December 2, ASL on December 2. This event is eligible for…

By William Shakespeare; Directed by Linda Hartzell - Former artistic director of the celebrated Seattle Children's Theatre How should honorable citizens react when their leader shifts toward tyranny? Written near the end of Elizabeth I’s life, this classic play exposes political machinations that freshly caution us about power. “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” Post-Show Discussion on November 18, December 2, ASL on December 2. This event is eligible for…

By William Shakespeare; Directed by Linda Hartzell - Former artistic director of the celebrated Seattle Children's Theatre How should honorable citizens react when their leader shifts toward tyranny? Written near the end of Elizabeth I’s life, this classic play exposes political machinations that freshly caution us about power. “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” Post-Show Discussion on November 18, December 2, ASL on December 2. This event is eligible for…

By William Shakespeare; Directed by Linda Hartzell - Former artistic director of the celebrated Seattle Children's Theatre How should honorable citizens react when their leader shifts toward tyranny? Written near the end of Elizabeth I’s life, this classic play exposes political machinations that freshly caution us about power. “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” Post-Show Discussion on November 18, December 2, ASL on December 2. This event is eligible for…

By William Shakespeare; Directed by Linda Hartzell - Former artistic director of the celebrated Seattle Children's Theatre How should honorable citizens react when their leader shifts toward tyranny? Written near the end of Elizabeth I’s life, this classic play exposes political machinations that freshly caution us about power. “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” Post-Show Discussion on November 18, December 2, ASL on December 2. This event is eligible for…

By William Shakespeare; Directed by Linda Hartzell - Former artistic director of the celebrated Seattle Children's Theatre How should honorable citizens react when their leader shifts toward tyranny? Written near the end of Elizabeth I’s life, this classic play exposes political machinations that freshly caution us about power. “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” Post-Show Discussion on November 18, December 2, ASL on December 2. This event is eligible for…

By William Shakespeare; Directed by Linda Hartzell - Former artistic director of the celebrated Seattle Children's Theatre How should honorable citizens react when their leader shifts toward tyranny? Written near the end of Elizabeth I’s life, this classic play exposes political machinations that freshly caution us about power. “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” Post-Show Discussion on November 18, December 2, ASL on December 2. This event is eligible for…

By William Shakespeare; Directed by Linda Hartzell - Former artistic director of the celebrated Seattle Children's Theatre How should honorable citizens react when their leader shifts toward tyranny? Written near the end of Elizabeth I’s life, this classic play exposes political machinations that freshly caution us about power. “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” Post-Show Discussion on November 18, December 2, ASL on December 2. This event is eligible for…

By William Shakespeare; Directed by Linda Hartzell - Former artistic director of the celebrated Seattle Children's Theatre How should honorable citizens react when their leader shifts toward tyranny? Written near the end of Elizabeth I’s life, this classic play exposes political machinations that freshly caution us about power. “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” Post-Show Discussion on November 18, December 2, ASL on December 2. This event is eligible for…

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