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Teenage Dick

March 4 - April 3, 2022

Leo K. Theater

In this satirical retelling of Shakespeare’s Richard III set in 2010, one of the most famous disabled characters in literary history is reimagined as a 16-year-old outsider with all the teenage angst of high school.

Bullied for his cerebral palsy, Richard plots his revenge as well as a glorious and ambitious plan to win senior class president. As he falls deeper into political turmoil, Richard is faced with an unexpected choice. Is it better to be loved or feared? Find out in this witty and lively production.

Incredible show...superb

Broadway World

It will be no surprise if 'Teenage Dick' is considered a highlight for years to come

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Important Dates

Event Type Event Dates
Preview Performances March 4, 5, 6, and 8 at 7:30 p.m.
Opening Night March 9 at 7:30 p.m.
Open Captioning March 17, 7:30 p.m.
ASL Interpreted & Audio Described March 26, 2 p.m.
Sensory-Friendly Performance April 2, 2 p.m.

Content Warnings

Please note: This production contains strobe lighting effects, haze, blood, and depictions of violence. For additional content warnings, including potential spoilers, click here.

Digital Program

Want to peruse the show program before you arrive at the theater? Check out our Encore+ digital program for Teenage Dick online!

digital program

 

Party like it's 2010 with our Teenage Dick inspired playlist from Sound Designer Erin Bednarz. We dare you not to sing along to these bops from the #2010s.

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SEATTLE PUBLIC LIBRARY

Teenage Dick Media List

Librarians at Seattle Public Library created this list of books and films to enhance your experience of Teenage Dick. Read other adaptations of Shakespeare's Richard III, dive into themes explored in the play, and much more.

Creative

Mike Lew

Playwright

Malika Oyetimein

Director

Christopher Mumaw

Scenic Designer

Sara Ryung Clement

Costume Designer

Matthew Webb

Lighting Designer

Erin Bednarz

Sound Designer

Jamie J. Kranz

Stage Manager

Jessica C. Bomball

Assistant Stage Manager

Chip Sherman

Choreographer

Nicholas Japaul Bernard

Additional Choreography

Ian Bond

Fight Director

Bryce Bartl-Geller

Associate Projections Designer

Cast & Production

Cast

MacGregor Arney

Richard Gloucester

Meredith Aleigha Wells

Barbara Buckingham

Erika Vetter

Elizabeth York

Michael Monicatti

Eddie Ivy

Meme García

Clarissa Duke

Rheanna Atendido

Anne Margaret

Nicholas Japaul Bernard

Richard Gloucester u/s

Megan Simcox

Barbara Buckingham u/s

Cheyenne Barton

Clarissa Duke, Anne Margaret, and Elizabeth York u/s

Darius Sakui

Eddie Ivy u/s

Production

Gloria Majule

Directing Apprentice

Quinn Chase

Stage Management Apprentice

Cassidy Huff

Disability Consultant

Elizabeth Ralston

Accessibility Consultant

Bryce Bartl-Geller

Projections Programmer

Ryan Dunn

Electrician

Zanna King

Electrician

Craig Bradshaw

Projections/Stagehand

Adair MacCormack

Assistant Scenic Designer