Empty Space Theatre
Courtesy M. Burke Walker.
Empty Space Theatre’s inaugural play, The Dumb Waiter by Harold Pinter, opened the theater to the Seattle public in 1971.
Founded in 1971 by University of Washington Drama department graduates, under director M. Burke Walker, the Empty Space Theatre's first home was in the Pike Place Market, moving to Capitol Hill, Pioneer Square, and Fremont before affiliating with Seattle University. It ceased operation in 2006.
- Primary Form of Entity: Nonprofit
- Primary Artistic Discipline: Theatre
- Primary Areas of Activity: Producer, Presenter
Research and Resources
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Empty Space Theatre records, 1970-2006, Seattle Municipal Archives