Intergenerational Theatre Company

SilverKite's national award winning Intergenerational Theatre Company creates and performs original life-story based theatre productions which tour to senior living communities, schools, libraries, and community centers in the Puget Sound area of Washington state.

Our Intergenerational Theatre Company has performed and toured 9 productions since 2015.  Over 10,000 people from babies - centenarians have seen our productions.


The development of our theatre productions starts with selecting a group of actors from the community.  We hold open, public auditions for each production.  Intergenerational Theatre Company actors are chosen for their ability to tell stories and authentically engage with the audience not only as actors, but as people.  Each actor in our productions is in a different decade of life and is representative of different ethnic backgrounds. 

After the actors are chosen, they share their personal stories inspired by a theme (which is also the title of the production) during the rehearsal process.  The cast selects and stages some of these stories to include in the performance.  The stories are then staged and pieced together.

Our 2020 Intergenerational Theatre Company production tour of "Keys," was cancelled due to the spread of COVID-19.  We have recorded the production and have it available for you to watch below.

Auditions for our 2021 production - "Phoenix" - will be coming soon!  Please check back for more information or email us to let us know you're interested in auditioning and we'll contact you when we have more information available.

Thanks for your interest in Silver Kite!

Meet the

Cast & Crew of "Keys"


Carol Sage-Silverstein has been in and out of the theater for over 40 years.  When not acting she works as a cross cultural trainer and career coach.  She has performed on stage in her one woman play, "Sabinka" in New York City, Ethel Klayman in the "Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay" at Book-It !Repertory, Gingy in "Love,Loss and What I Wore" at the Pocket Theater, "Studio 4", The Seattle Jewish Theater, and most recently as Sharon in a short film “Sharon and Vicente” shot in Montivideo, Uruguay.  Carol is honored to be a member of the "Keys" cast.

Carol Sage-Silverstein


Mosope Oyewole is a Nigerian-raised and Romanian-bred MD. She moved to the US to continue her studies and to join her family. She found love in Seattle, continued her passion for Global Health and reignited her love for drama and improv. She is excited to begin collaboration with Silver Kite's Intergenerational Theatre Company on the production of "Keys".



Rachel Rene, a Seattle-raised theatre artist, has been performing for over 30 years. She has performed with Living Voices,Theater for Young Children, Seattle Musical Theatre, Book-It!.  She recently directed productions at the Burien Actors Theatre and several staged readings with Seattle Playwrights Salon. Rachel Rene has a BA in theatre arts from Western Washington University. 



Deneen is thrilled to be joining the ITC team since she believes in the power of storytelling to educate and heal. With credits in both film and theater over the past 30 years, she is most proud of the one-woman show she wrote and performed for educators across the US, “The Natives Are Restless.” Deneen dedicates this performance to her daughter, Alix.

Deneen Bowen


Hannah Kathline is a Seattle-based artist and recent graduate of Cornish College of the Arts. They have most recently toured with Freehold's Engaged Theater Tour and will be touring in spring of 2020 with Seattle Jewish Theater Company's Production of "The Arrivals" as well as Intergenerational Theatre Company's production of "Keys". They are so excited to get a chance to share stories and meet new communities!



Originally from Denver, Colorado, Ali is a student at Seattle University pursuing her B.A. in Interdisciplinary Arts and Arts Leadership. Her other fields of study include Arabic language, women and gender studies, and social work.  Ali is deeply passionate about the role of the arts in the pursuit of social justice and she seeks to connect all of her interests in her present and future employment and community contributions. Ali is a talented visual artist, too—painting, drawing, and creating when she can.


See the Show!

Due to the spread of COVID-19 in the Seattle area, our tour of "Keys" has been cancelled.

Please support us and the actors by watching this recorded performance of "Keys."  Thank you!