If you’ve lived in Seattle long enough you’ve likely met someone with an SCT story. In fact, you might be a person with an SCT story. Our 45-year legacy as theatre makers and educators has reached more than 5 million and we believe that SCT has the power to create transformational experiences for young people. There is nothing more rewarding than hearing from those who have been inspired by the work we do both on and off stage. So, this month we celebrate the art we lovingly create for our community and the reverberation of love from those who experience it.
If you have a story to tell, share it with us in the link below.
FOR THE LOVE OF COMMUNITY...
Amazon is committed to being a “good neighbor” in Seattle by doing the things that good neighbors do: looking after one another, showing up for each other, and making the community stronger and more resilient. This is done by supporting local organizations, non-profits, and other community institutions and making investments in projects that improve the natural and built environment.
FOR THE LOVE OF STORYTELLING
“SCT has given me as a parent, an artist and a citizen of Seattle a chance to tell stories…and the contribution of our art form to our city is to tell those stories to the most expert audience. And that audience is the toddlers and the teens, and everyone in between, that comes to plays at our theatres and shares those stories with each other and carries those stories forward.”
>>WATCH as Steven Dietz, American playwright and theatre director shares his #SCTstory and the impact of storytelling on young people today.