Join us Behind the Scenes of Mauritius!
Dear Friend of Seattle Public Theater,

Seattle Public Theater is pleased to invite you and your guest(s) to our next Behind the Scenes event on Sunday, October 10, 7-8 PM at the Bathhouse Theater on Green Lake.

Directing a play is an intricate dance, and involves more than telling actors where to stand. Mauritiusdirector Russ Banham will lead an informal chat on the process of directing a play – how it is molded and formed until it comes alive on opening night. You will also have the opportunity to meet and chat with Artistic/Education Director Shana Bestock and members of the SPT’s Board of Trustees.

This exclusive event has the sole purpose of expressing our appreciation to supporters and friends of Seattle Public Theater. There is no admission fee or fund raising. Light fare including wine will be provided, and dress is casual.

Please RSVP by October 7. Let us know how many in your party and their names so we can prepare name tags in advance. We look forward to seeing you!


Sheryl Stich, Development Manager

Sincerely, SPT Board: Chris Auty, Steve McCarthy, Dave Miller, Kathi Norem, Rebecca Wakefield, and Wendy Woolery.

Questions? Contact Sheryl Stich, SPT Development Manager at sheryl or phone the theater office at 206-523-1370.

Russ Banham is a veteran theatre director. He directs all over Seattle, including Seattle Shakespeare Company and Book-It Repertory Theatre. His most recent work at SPT was directing Of Mice and Men at SPT last season.

For more information and ticket sales, please go to


or call the Box Office at

(206) 524 1300



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