I May Have Seen The Devil (aka Jada Does Hamlet) Links and Tickets!

Hey There,


So…after nearly 2 years of emotionally gut wrenching work and terror…I finally get a chance to perform Shakespeare. I am humbled, no…honored,  for the chance and thank you for being a part of it by means of encouragement and gentle nudges. The cast and I are still working, still memorizing, still doing our best. Below are links to tickets and if you feel generous, please donate to our indiegogo campaign to buy props and pay the actors if possible.

I humbly thank you for reading and allowing me to get over my fear of crowds. This is my second show EVER and it’s been a helluva ride, that’s for sure!

J
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A Bi-racial female Hamlet. An Axis sympathizing Claudius. A ‘Yes – Man’ Polonius. A gay Ophelia. A Black Gertrude. A New England asylum during WWII. Bare knuckle brawls and snubbed pistols. Skulls, secrets and Science.

This is I May Have Seen The Devil: a post 1940s reworking of Shakespeare’s famous play Hamlet, except Elsinore isn’t in Denmark, but an upper society, yet sinister, insane asylum nestled in a wealthy, quiet New England suburb.

If you love Shakespeare like I do, I heartily welcome you to follow the chronological blog: 100 Days of Hamlet. If you play Shadow of Mordor, you may recognize Claudius as Halas, Ioreth’s Father who forbade her to go with Talion to the Black Gate. I play Gertrude, which kinda rocks my socks.

And if you’ve never seen Hamlet, you should! The David Tennant version is the best so far! [Yes, the Doctor is a huge Shakespeare Nerd]!

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Tickets are $12 online for all, or $15 cash at the door for general admission and $10 cash at the door for students and seniors with valid ID (high school or college, either way).
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Ticket PurchaseTheatre 4Fourth Floor of The Armory at the Seattle Center, the same building as the Seattle Shakespeare Company, Theatre Puget Sound, and the food court.  There will be signs.Friday, February 6th: 8:00pm
Saturday, February 7th: 2:00pm
Saturday, February 7th: 8:00pm (talkback/Q&A after the show)Friday, February 27th: 8:00pm (benefit performance for Gay City, a community resource located in Capitol Hill)
Saturday, February 28th: 2:00pm (with American Sign Language interpretation)
Saturday, February 28th: 8:00pm  (live score composition and performance)Theatre4: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1090298***

Ballard Underground
The Ballard-based home of Ghost Light Theatricals.

Friday, February 13th: 8:00pm
Saturday, February 14th: 2:00pm (with American Sign Language interpretation)
Saturday, February 14th: 8:00pm

Friday, February 20th: 8:00pm  (benefit performance for Gay City, a community resource located in Capitol Hill)
No matinee this weekend
Saturday, February 21st: 8:00pm (talkback/Q&A after the show)

Ballard Underground: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1080077