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Seattle Children's Theatre (SCT) brought the acclaimed play "Danny, King of the Basement" to its stage Oct. 18-Nov. 18, 2012. "Danny" is SCT's first production to examine how family homelessness and poverty affect children.
Podcast: An Evening with Danny's Creator
On closing night, we were privileged to meet David S. Craig, the playwright who brought Danny to the world. Listen to a podcast of a group discussion with Mr. Craig and a group of women who work to end homelessness, and read a recap of the evening here, including Mr. Craig's sometimes-startling comments about homelessness in America.
Critics Loved "Danny"
See what theatre critics and parenting publications said about "Danny":
Public Forums Brought "Danny" To the Community
Our Seattle University Project on Family Homelessness supported "Danny" with public forums about family homelessness in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties. A Recap:
Several Seattle U faculty and staff contributed to this production. Read about "Danny's" journey to Seattle here.
"Danny" ran through Nov. 18, 2012.
For more information, contact Catherine Hinrichsen.