The Intiman's 2000 season may not begin until Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing opens the Seattle venue's doors on May 5, but the time is coming for single tickets to go on sale. April 3 the public will be able to purchase individual seats for individual productions.
Single ticket prices are $42-$27.50 for the regular run with preview tickets at $23.50. Persons 25 and under can purchase tickets for $10 for any performance.
The Intiman season includes Michele Lowe's female revenge comedy, The Smell of the Kill, the Seattle premiere of Conor McPherson's The Weir, Lynn Nottage's Crumbs From the Table of Joy, Shakespeare's dark comedy Measure for Measure, and the world premiere of Lynn Redgrave's self-penned, self-starring The Mandrake Root.
Season tickets for the Intiman are $204-$60. For further information call the box office at (206) 269-1900.
-- By Christine Ehren