The Seattle Rep was so generous and really spoiled us for the night!
First, we ate like chow “hounds” with dinner at Ten Mercer on them!
My choice was the Seared Petite Tenderloin Medallions (Creekstone Farms Premium Black Angus Beef) – shoulder tender medallions, wine demi glace, gorgonzola, mushrooms, sun-dried tomato, served over garlic mashers with seasonal vegetable.
Oh so, comfort-food-delicious!
After dinner we headed over to the theatre for a private backstage tour.
Brash Canadian Henry Baskerville has inherited a British manor…and a mystery. Strange things are happening on the moor and someone is trying to kill him. Could it be tied to the legend of a fearsome diabolical hound? This classic Victorian whodunit, based on the original story by Arthur Conan Doyle – adapted by David Pichette and R. Hamilton Wright and directed by Allison Narver, solves the case with the help of the world’s most famous detective, Sherlock Holmes.
The show only plays until December 15, so hurry and get your tickets! The limited remaining performances are this Wednesday through Sunday and, trust me, you do not want to miss it!
The Seattle Rep is also partnering with the Seattle Humane Society to sponsor a pet food drive during The Hound of the Baskervilles. Bring pet food with you when you go see the show and it will be donated to the Seattle Humane Society’s Pet Food Bank. Donations benefit low-income, sick and elderly pet owners.
And for all you dog owners out there – In conjunction with the world premiere adaptation of The Hound of the Baskervilles, the theatre is bringing back Dog’s Night Out!
Bring your canine pal to this pooch-friendly special added performance on Sunday, December 15 at 7:30 p.m.Tickets are $25 per dog and $50 per human. How much fun is that?