Dates: Sep 7–30, 2018
Run time: approximately two hours and twenty minutes, with one intermission
Location: Allen Theatre
On a bitterly cold London evening, schoolteacher Kyra Hollis (Elinor Gunn) receives an unexpected visit from her former lover, successful businessman Tom Sergeant (Daniel Gerroll). As the evening progresses, the two cook and converse in an attempt to rekindle their once passionate relationship. The conversation is intimate and explosive as they reminisce, confront truths never before addressed and find themselves locked in a dangerous battle of opposing ideologies and mutual desires.
David Hare’s Tony-Award® winning play delves deep into the inner workings of conversation and human intimacy.
John Langs, Director
Julia Hayes Welch, Scenic Designer
Heidi Zamora, Costume Designer
Connie Yun, Lighting Designer
Robertson Witmer, Sound Designer
Daniel Kluger, Composer
Lily McLeod,Assistant Lighting Designer
Judith Shahn,Dialect Coach
Jeffrey K. Hanson, Stage Manager
Victoria Thompson, Production Assistant
Ahna Demaro, Kenan Fellow
September, 11 | 6-7:15pm | in Buster’s
Behind the Scenes with Classical King FM
September, 20 | 6:00 pm in Buster’s
Food, Love & Memories – a tasting exhibit about the personal connection to food. Curated and catered by Plantiful Delights. Wine provided by Girasole. Plus guest speaker, director John Langs.
(*Subject to change)
Go beyond the theatre with the librarians from the Seattle Public Library. They have curated a list, just for you, of film, books, and music to enhance your experience of the production—Check it out on their website!
Age & Content Considerations: Skylight contains adult themes, including references to adultery.
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2015 Tony Award Winner
for Best Revival of a Play
“Deeply and truly about people…It is a fascinating play [that] tears at the heart…Theatregoing today doesn’t get much better than this.”