The Maltese Falcon
by Dashiell Hammett
Adapted by Jane Jones with Kevin McKeon
Directed by Jane Jones
Preview: Feb 8, 9
Opening Night: Saturday, February 10
Feb 8–April 1, 2018
By popular demand–extended through April 8!
We again pair great literature with delectable food in an artistic collaboration with Café Nordo. The show is performed at Nordo’s Culinarium (109 S Main St, Seattle, WA 98104) in Pioneer Square. Venue is 21+
Doors open at 6:30pm; first course at 7:00pm; show starts 7:30pm
Doors open at 5:00pm; first course at 5:30pm; show starts 6:00pm
Step into Nordo’s Culinarium in Pioneer Square for a thrilling evening of mystery! Adapted from one of the most popular detective novels ever written, The Maltese Falcon follows Samuel “Sam” Spade, a private detective in San Francisco. While on the case to find the alluring Miss Wonderley’s sister and to recover the jewel-encrusted figurine, Sam finds himself to be both the hunter and the hunted.
Take a look at the menu. There will be vegetarian and gluten-free options for our guests. If you or someone in your party have additional dietary restrictions, we may be able to accommodate on a case-by-case basis. A surcharge may apply.
Please send 24-hour advance notice of any dietary restrictions to email@example.com.
The Maltese Falcon by Dashiell Hammett. Copyright © 1929, 1930 By Alfred A. Knopf. Copyright renewed 1956, 1957 by Dashiell Hammett. The play is performed through arrangement with Gelfman Schneider / ICM Partners. All rights reserved.
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|Kjerstine Rose Anderson*||Brigid O’Shaughnessy|
|Aaron T. Moore*||Gutman/Ensemble|
|Arlando Smith||Sam Spade|
|Daniel Morris||Assistant Director|
|Annastasia Workman||Music Director|
|Terry Podgorski||Scenic Designer|
|Chelsea Cook||Costume Designer|
|Ryan A. Dunn||Lighting Designer|
|Evan Mosher||Sound Designer|
|Robin Macartney||Properties Designer|
|Tom Dewey||Fight Choreographer|
|Kate Olson||Alto Sax, Vocals|
|Olivia D. Hamilton||Upright Bass, Vocals|
|Louise Butler*||Stage Manager|
|Katie Pennella||Assistant Stage Manager|
|Dan Schuy||Production Manager|
|Benjamin Radin||Technical Director|
|Shelby Choo||Master Carpenter|
|Emily Sershon||Properties Manager|
|Carmen Rodriguez||Scenic Charge Artist|
|Angelo Domitri||Master Electrician/Sound Board Operator|
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States
Conversations that both illuminate Book-It’s production of The Maltese Falcon and act as catalysts for deeper exploration of the book’s themes.
The Maltese Falcon Book Discussion
Join Book-It and Queen Anne Book Company patrons for a discussion about The Maltese Falcon Wednesday, January 17, 6 – 7pm, at Queen Anne Books, 1811 Queen Anne Avenue North. Free and open to the public.
A Conversation with Dashiell Hammett’s Granddaughter
Join us at Nordo’s Culinarium (109 S. Main St) at 1pm on Sunday, February 11 as Ms. Julie M. Rivett will discuss her grandfather, his writings including The Maltese Falcon, and take questions from the audience. Tickets are $5
Step into Nordo’s Culinarium in Pioneer Square for a thrilling evening of mystery! Adapted from one of the most popular detective novels ever written, The Maltese Falcon follows Samuel “Sam” Spade, a private detective in San Francisco.
We again pair great literature with delectable food in an artistic collaboration with Cafe Nordo. Performed at Nordo’s Culinarium (21+), located at 109 S Main St, Seattle, WA 98104.Tickets at book-it.org.
The Maltese Falcon by Dashiell Hammett. Adapted by Jane Jones with Kevin McKeon. Directed by Jane Jones. Trailer by MJ Sieber with Kjerstine Rose Anderson*, Aaron T. Moore*, and Arlando Smith. Music composed by Annastasia Workman with Sari Breznau, Kate Olson, and Olivia D. Hamilton
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Posted by Book-It Repertory Theatre on Friday, February 2, 2018
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