March 11 - March 14, 2021

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Twelfth Night Bodies of Water

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About the Uncharted Waters Project

This winter, the Cornish College of the Arts Theater and Performance Production Departments, Seattle University Theatre, and the University of Washington School of Drama have come together for a cross-town theatrical collaboration the likes of which Seattle has never seen. Seattle University’s Rosa Joshi (Bring Down the House, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, upstart crow collective) directs William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, while Cornish College of the Arts’ Sheila Daniels (Indecent, Seattle Rep; The Wolves, ACT Theatre) and UW Drama acting alum Porscha Shaw (Nina Simone: Four Women, Seattle Rep; Saint Joan, ArtsWest) co-direct Bodies of Water, a devised piece in response to themes in Shakespeare’s play. Both productions feature student casts from all three schools, and the artistic and production work of students, faculty, and staff from all three schools, and both will be rehearsed and performed entirely online. We invite the community to join us as we meet the challenges of isolation with radical togetherness.

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3 Seattle Schools Give COVID Collab a College Try

We are very excited to share that American Theatre magazine has published a story about our upcoming virtual tri-production, Uncharted Waters.


Directed by Rosa Joshi

Written by William Shakespeare

This buoyant and poignant comedy about identity and desire makes us think about our basic human need to know each other and ourselves more deeply.



Directed by Sheila Daniels and Porscha Shaw

Created by the Ensemble

What does it mean to live in a body? In a culture that refrains from discussing bodies except as commodities, what does it mean to talk about bodies? To see bodies? To care for bodies? To harm bodies? To heal bodies?