Thalia hit the ground running with our award-winning production of A Day in the Death of Joe Egg by Peter Nichols. Next, our “too good to miss” production of A Lesson From Aloes by Athol Fugard; Sorry, by Richard Nelson; When Love Speaks, by David Wright; our first World Premiere, The Impossibility of Now, by Y York; and Small Mouth Sounds, by Bess Wohl. Then our pandemic-delayed production of David Greig’s Europe. Click on an image below to open the gallery.
A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, by Peter Nichols
Our inaugural production of A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, by Peter Nichols, winner of a Seattle Times Footlight Award as a “top play” of the year!”
A Lesson From Aloes, by Athol Fugard
A Lesson From Aloes, by Athol Fugard, winner of a Seattle Times Footlight Award as a “top play” of the year!”
Sorry, by Richard Nelson
"Thalia's superb actors" —including William Hall Jr (pictured here with Jeanne Paulsen), winner of a Footlight Award from The Seattle Times for his performance as Uncle Benjamin.
When Love Speaks, by David Wright
Four lovers meet on a summer night—and are forever changed. A "superbly witty . . . tour-de-force."
The Impossibility of Now, by Y York
Thalia's first World Premiere. What do you do when your spouse is conked on the head and wakes up with a terrifying new personality: optimistic happy person? "Delicious and magical."
Small Mouth Sounds, by Bess Wohl
Seven people meet in the forest for a silent retreat. They each leave changed—but not in the ways they expect.