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THE CROSSING
Theater SchmeaterTheater Schmeater is pleased to announce the beginning of a new journey with the re-telling of an old one. The Crossing, an original chamber musical, will open at The Schmee on Friday July 15th, 2016 and then run on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays through August 13th, 2016.
 
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Tuesday, June 28 2016


RAGGEDY ANN AND ANDY BY PATRIA THACKRAY
Theater SchmeaterA rag tag band of discarded toys gather to find to find new children to be played with in this hilarious take on the Ragedy Ann and Andy childrens books. Not just for children, Thackrays script allows for the toys to have work out problems and situations familiar to any adult, who will delight in the everyday humor—what do you do with a misplaced and lonely camel?
 
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Thursday, June 23 2016


THE CROSSING: AN ORIGINAL MUSICAL BY PAUL LEWIS
Theater SchmeaterIt’s 1932 and America’s Aviation Sweetheart is about to make a dangerous solo crossing of the Atlantic. A procession of other women aviators has been swallowed by the Atlantic, but Amelia Earhart is determined to be the first to survive. In an effort to gain an advantage, she and her wealthy husband approach the best meteorologist they can find, Ray Spencer. Frozen by a past he can’t shake, Spencer refuses to help. Based on the true story of Amelia Earhart and her solo flight, The Crossing is a haunting musical retelling of that story: a brave young woman risking all, a mature man withdrawing into a self protective shell of doubt, and the unbound natural forces that ultimately control all men’s fates, all come into sharp focus in this compelling new work.
 
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Thursday, June 23 2016


THEATER SCHMEATER LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME
Theater SchmeaterAfter a residency of 21 years Theater Schmeater will be saying good bye to it’s cozy 48 seat basement space at 1500 Summit. Theater Schmeater is beginning a search for a new home. Dedicated to presenting great plays simply, The Schmee has been a constant springboard for emerging theater artists, a practicing advocate of the power of “small” stage theater, and a continued presence in the lively Capitol Hill arts scene.
 
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Thursday, May 23 2013


LARK EDEN
Theater SchmeaterTheater Schmeater is delighted to announce the opening of Natalie Symons’ touching and lyrical epistolary play, Lark Eden, on Friday, March 16. Lark Eden then runs on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays through April 14.
 
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Saturday, March 10 2012


NEW ARTISTIC DIRECTOR ANNOUNCED
Theater SchmeaterThe Board and Staff of Theater Schmeater are pleased to announce that Seattle theater veteran  J.D. Lloyd has accepted the position of Artistic Director, effective immediately.
 
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Thursday, April 08 2010


THEATER SCHMEATER PRESENTS MAMET SCHMAMET!
Theater SchmeaterTheater Schmeater is pleased to announce the opening of Mamet Schmamet! as a late night offering on Friday November 2 and running on Fridays and Saturdays through December 1st.
 
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Tuesday, November 06 2007


AMERICAN BUFFALO
Theater SchmeaterAmerican Buffalo, David Mamet’s 1975 breakout play, will open at Theater Schmeater on Friday, October 26th and run Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm through December 1st.
 
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Monday, November 05 2007


OPENING SOON - KUWAIT AT THEATER SCHMEATER
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Theater Schmeater proudly announces their third production of the 2006 season and the world premier of KUWAIT.


 
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Wednesday, June 07 2006



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