Book-It Repertory Theatre's three-play subscription lets you secure your seats for the acclaimed Seattle company's compelling stage adaptations of literary masterworks. Finishing out the 2015-2016 season, you'll get to see adaptations of both Jane Austen's charming novel Emma on the 200th anniversary of its publication, and David James Duncan's beloved The Brothers K, the sprawling tale of a Camas, Washington-based family that is so epic, it warrants two full-length Book-It productions running simultaneously. Warm this winter up with Austen's droll and delightful tale of oblivious protagonist Emma's adventures in love, then buckle up in late spring for Part 1 ("Strike Zones") and Part 2 ("The Left Stuff") of Duncan's epic story of faith, war, politics, love and baseball across multiple generations of the Chance clan.
by Jane Austen // Adapted by Rachel Atkins // Directed by Carol Roscoe
December 2, 2015 – January 3, 2016
The Brothers K
Part One: “Strike Zones”
Part Two: “The Left Stuff”
by David James Duncan // Adapted and directed by Myra Platt
Presented in two full-length parts running May 3 through June 26, 2016 and featuring rotating rep of Parts 1 and 2.
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