From Seattle Times theater critic Misha Berson:
The new 120-seat Isaac Studio Theatre at Taproot’s renovated Greenwood facility will be inaugurated with a 2014 six-show season of plays and improv.
The following productions, performed by the Taproot Touring Company, will be offered in this “black box” venue at 208 N. 85th St., Seattle.
Friday, Feb. 15: “boy meets girl … an improvised love story” by Danny Walter and Solomon Davis.
March 6-22: “Pretty Fire,” Charlayne Woodard’s one-woman piece based on her childhood memories of visiting her grandparents in the South.
April 11-19: “Mark of Immediacy,” an Easter play about life, death and resurrection, based on the Gospel of Mark, adapted by Nathan Jeffrey.
May 5 and 17: “Trouble in Fairytalezania” and “Wild Wes,” a pair of short plays about bullying aimed at children and families.
July 24-Aug. 3: “The Amish Project,” Jessica Dickey’s drama about an Amish community’s forgiving response after a mass shooting in a schoolhouse.
December 1-10 : A holiday piece, title TBA, that Taproot will also tour to local churches and community groups.