The Servant of Two Masters

The Rep kicks off the season with kookiness, in the form of a classic comedy about a servant named Truffaldino who attempts to double his money by working for two masters at once. Originally written in 1743, this updated version (by Constance Congdon, in 2012) features contemporary references, from “Single Ladies” to Skype. Directed by Christopher Bayes (known for The Doctor in Spite of Himself).

September 27 - October 20

Times vary

Seattle Repertory Theatre
155 Mercer St.
Seattle, WA 98109
206.443.2222
Prices vary

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