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News Hatcher and Landi's Servant of Two Masters Starts Seattle Run Jan. 6 The Seattle Shakespeare Company production of The Servant of Two Masters kicks off a month of non-stop theatre beginning Jan. 6.

The new adaptation of The Servant of Two Masters runs in repertory with The Turn of the Screw, begins Jan. 12. Seattle Shakespeare Company will offer performances of the two plays, both adapted by playwright Jeffrey Hatcher, seven days a week throughout January.

Dan McCleary directs Hatcher and Paolo Emilio Landi's adaptation of The Servant of Two Masters; performances continue through Feb. 1. Originally penned by Carlo Goldoni, The Servant of Two Masters follows "a group of traveling tragedians [who] arrive to perform The Merchant of Venice, only to find that the audience is expecting The Servant of Two Masters. Parts are quickly assigned and costumes fly as the actors play off audience contributions to create a play about a wise-cracking servant named Truffaldino and how he confuses everyone around him by moonlighting for two employers," press notes state.

The cast includes Shawn Belyea, Deborah Fialkow, Connor Toms, Wesley Rice, Chris Ensweiler, Ben Burris, David Goldstein, Emily Chisholm, Kerry Ryan, Katjana Vadeboncoeur, Stephen Grenley and Robertson Witmer.

Hatcher has also adapted the SSC production of Henry James' Turn of the Screw, which will run through Jan. 31.

Rita Giomi directs John Bogar and Jennifer Sue Johnson in the 90-minute thriller about "a young governess who begins seeing ghosts while caring for two children on an isolated English estate." Jeffrey Hatcher penned the book for the Broadway musical Never Gonna Dance, as well as the plays Three Viewings, A Picasso, Scotland Road, Tuesdays with Morrie, Murder by Poe, Neddy, Work Song: Three Views of Frank Lloyd Wright and Fellow Travelers.

Tickets are available by phoning (206) 733-8222 or by visiting SeattleShakespeareCompany.

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