Announcing a new Meetup for Seattle Shakespeare (Etc!) Readthrough Group!
What: Twelfth Night at the Center House Theatre
When: December 13,[masked]:00 PM
Price: $22.00 per person
Center House Theatre
305 Harrison St Seattle Center
Seattle, WA 98109
Having someone else read the play to US - how's that for a switch? This is one of Shakespeare's funniest plays, and if 10 or (preferably) more of us commit to going, we can save $10 off the regular ticket price.
Here's the deal: If 10 (or more) people sign up, we can get the group rate of $20 per ticket for the Sunday matinee performance. Why am I then charging $22? Because PayPal charges me for each exchange. But I'm still cheaper than Ticketmaster.
I will accept yes rsvps (no maybe's or no's) from now until 11:45pm November 30th. If we have enough signups to get the group rate, everyone will need to transfer the funds for their ticket into my PayPal account by December 4th - I will buy the tickets and bring them to the theater to give out.
If not enough people rsvp yes, I will cancel the meetup. If enough of the yes rsvps don't transfer their ticket funds on time, I will cancel the meetup, and refund the money I have received, which will probably cost me a bunch in fees from PayPal, so please be courteous and only rsvp yes if you are absolutely certain you really, really want to go and intend to pay promptly. You have until November 30th to decide.
Note: even if I must cancel after November 30th, I will probably still go myself, and invite anyone on the signup list still interested in going at the regular ticket price of $30 to join me.
Our group will meet at the front entrance one hour before the 2pm start time. I will wait outside, rain or shine, from 1 pm until 1:30 pm to hand out the tickets. Then we will go in to get seated, and I will arrange to leave the tickets for anyone who is later than 1:30 to be picked up at the will call.
About Twelfth Night: Duke Orsino pines for Lady Olivia, but she?s too busy mourning for her dead brother. While a randy uncle chases after the maid, a snooty butler scrambles to keep control, and a mystical fool tosses off shrewd bon mots. Into this madness drops a pair of magnetic, identical twins, Viola and Sebastian, who arouse passion wherever they turn.
I'm looking forward to seeing this play, as I've never seen it done onstage, only in the movies. We will head over to the food court afterwards, to drink and chat.
Learn more here:http://shakespeare.meetup.com/50/calendar/11800446/