53 Years of Seattle Theatre
Welcome to ACT Theatre’s Mainstage Production History. Explore more than 300 shows throughout the decades of ACT, Seattle’s home for contemporary theatre since 1965. Meet the artists who make it all happen, see the original show program books, and view photographs from our archives.
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ACT Theatre 1965

Tennessee Williams' classic drama is the story of one family brought together for the celebration of the patriarch’s birthday. It is a play about the decline of the Southern family, a pulsing family drama that examines love, sex, greed and mortality. Always timely, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof shows audiences themselves, the inner workings of a family ripped apart by secrets , grief and deception. First produced in ACT’s opening season under the direction of ACT founder, Gregory Falls, Cat is returning to ACT’s stage for the 50th anniversary season.

Other productions from 1965:
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