A certain fictitious Scotsman once proclaimed that life is a tale “told by an idiot, full of sound and fury… signifying nothing.” Enjoy an evening of laughter and utter amazement as you witness some of Seattle’s finest and funniest improvisers serving as your idiots, and telling such a tale. They will pay tribute to the immortal Bard by improvising a Shakespearean play – iambic pentameter and all. You will witness intrigue, mistaken identity, star-crossed lovers, deceit, and of course rhyming couplets.
Show and company info here.
Location: Volunteer Park (1247 15th Ave E)
This showing is a free and non-ticketed outdoor event. Part of the Seattle Outdoor Theater Festival; see festival schedule and info here.