SeeNoSun OnStage will produce an adaptation of the August Strinberg play, "The Dance of Death." The adaptation will be written and Directed by Artist Director, Michael Wright.
A man and wife are brutally vicious towards each other on the eve of their 25th wedding anniversary. "The Dance of Death" is an unsentimental, sometimes bleakly humorous treatment of a love gone diabolic that has survived amid the emotional and psychological wreckage rampaging its way through dark corridors of this miserable marriage.
Written in a spirit of the blackest pessimism, the play reveals a surprising streak of comedic darknes...
SeeNoSun's production of "Doubt" was recognized by theatreWashington as a "Helen Hayes Awards Recommended" production. This was the company's first year of eligibility for adjudication by theatreWashington and the production has qualified for full awards consideration in 2017.
"We are pleased that this production continues our high standard of delivering artistic excellence," said Artistic Director, Michael Wright. "Our fearless, unapologetic ensemble delivered a theatrical production that has also received critical acclaim and an enthusiastic response from our audiences. This additio...
The SeeNoSun Literacy Project will feature the Edgar Allen Poe Classic, "The Tell-Tale Heart" for $1.00 beginning June, 1st, 2017.
The SeeNoSun Literacy Project is a new initiative to support and promote adult literacy. The program publishes eBooks and produces theatrically enhanced audiobooks from the texts of classic horror themed novels. Downloads of these ebooks and listen-along audio books are then donated to various adult literacy programs and their adult readers.
To download this title click the "Literacy Project" in our web site menu and visit our bookstore. Use the coupon code: oneheart
On June 1st, 2017, SeeNoSun OnStage will open a four week run of Doubt, A Parable, John Patrick Shanley’s controversial Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning drama. The play examines the Catholic Church abuse scandal while trying to answer the question, “What do you do when you’re not sure? “
Doubt blurs the line that separates right from wrong,” said SeeNoSun’s Founding Artistic Director Michael Wright. “Shanley’s play touches on so much more than what we know happened,” added Wright, who is also directing the play. “This is a powerful exploration of many complicated social issues like race, feminism, child abuse...