The Brothers K
Part One: Strike Zone
adapted and directed by Myra Platt
What's it about? Adapted from the play’s namesake epic novel by great American author David James Duncan, this premiere set in 1960s WA tackles war, politics, faith, family + baseball.
Read this. OR Watch this.
Why we're excited: Book-It is known for it’s unique style of adapting literature for the stage. Watching both parts one and two in the same day (possible on Sundays), will remind you of binge watching your favorite show on Netflix.
Who you might recognize? Between the two parts, 26 actors play 83 roles, so someone might look familiar. If nothing else, the setting will be! Camas, WA is just about 3 hours south of Seattle and much of the actions takes place the the University of Washington.
Fun Fact: Watch the game in question here. Double header! If you purchase packages B, D, or F, you'll be enjoying part one on Sunday June 5 @2pm and have the option to purchase a ticket to see part two that evening.
How long is it? 2 hours and 45 minutes (including two 10 minute intermissions- yes they serve drinks & snacks)
Neighborhood: Seattle Center/Lower Queen Anne