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January 27 – February 26, 2023

Leo K. Theater

A daring and intimate new production inspired by Ovid’s epic poems of transformation. This modern interpretation performed by a quartet of actors weaves together a collection of both well-known and rarely told myths that excavate the extremes of human experience through the purest forms of theatrical storytelling.

leads you to laugh, to hurt, and to reflect on what it means to be human


the high level of artistry at play here is undeniable

The Seattle Times

Important Dates

Event Type Event Dates
Preview Performances Jan. 27 - Jan. 31
Opening Night Feb. 1
Open Captioning Feb. 9 at 7:30 p.m.
Student Matinee Feb. 9 at 10:30 a.m.
Teen Night Feb. 10 at 6:30 p.m.
Mask-Required Performances Feb. 15 & 19 at 2 p.m., Feb. 19 & 24 at 7:30 p.m.
Post-Show Actor Talk Feb. 16
ASL/Audio Description Feb. 18 at 2 p.m.
Sensory Friendly Performance Feb. 25 at 2 p.m.

Engage with the Play

  • Artwork for Show Program

    Show Program

    Explore our Encore+ digital program for Metamorphoses before you arrive at the theater.

    Digital Show Program
  • Artwork for Show-Inspired Media List

    Show-Inspired Media List

    Librarians at Seattle Public Library curated this reading and media list for Metamorphoses for further engagement with the play and its themes.

    Media List
  • Artwork for Student Play Guide

    Student Play Guide

    Check out the Metamorphoses student Play Guide.

    Play Guide
  • Artwork for Sensory Guide

    Sensory Guide

    A scene-by-scene guide of the sensory impact of this show that individuals may experience.

    Sensory Guide
  • Artwork for Who Gets to Hold Power? An Interview

    Who Gets to Hold Power? An Interview

    The first female translator of Ovid’s Roman epic in nearly 60 years, Dr. Stephanie McCarter, spoke with Seattle Rep Literary Manager and Dramaturg, Paul Adolphsen, about the context of these ancient stories, and why they have endured for millennia.

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Meet The Artists


Sami Ibrahim


Laura Lomas


Sabrina Mahfouz


Shana Cooper


Erika Chong Shuch


Sibyl Wickersheimer

Scenic Designer

An-lin Dauber

Costume Designer

Thorn Michaels

Lighting Designer

Rodolfo Ortega

Sound Designer & Composer

Paul Adolphsen


Jeffrey K. Hanson

Stage Manager

Lucas Esperanza

Directing Apprentice

Max Zamorano

Stage Management Apprentice

Mel Williams

Lighting Design Apprentice


Kjerstine Rose Anderson


Meme García


Nike Imoru


Darragh Kennan


Miguel Castellano


Varinique "V" Davis


Additional Staff

Wiley Basho Gorn

Fiddle Coach

Kim Dancy


Kirsten Hager


Shelby Rogers


Isabella Harris

Design Associate