Pinocchio, The Three Musketeers, *and* King Lear spotted on Capitol Hill? Seattle Outdoor Theater Festival returns to Volunteer Park

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The Volunteer Park amphitheater stage is being lined up for replacement but it will continue to provide a worthy backdrop to a weekend of outdoor theater this weekend.

The 2018 Seattle Outdoor Theater Festival comes to the Capitol Hill park this weekend with two days of Shakespeare and more:

Seattle Outdoor Theater Festival

The annual event has a proud and FREE! history in the park:

SOTF began in 2001 when GreenStage, Theater Schmeater, and Wooden O Productions joined forces to bring a full weekend of live theatre to Volunteer Park in Seattle. Since then the festival has grown to include three stages and seventeen performances by nine local theater companies. All in two days in one park… AND ALL FREE!

You can learn more — and make a donation to support the effort — at greenstage.org/sotf/.


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