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50TH YEAR OF ACT
ACT
A Contemporary Theatre announces a wide range of dynamic shows to close out its 50th year. ACT presents the romantic Bloomsday by Steven Dietz in September followed by the imaginative dark comedy Mr. Burns, a post-electric play by Anne Washburn. ACTLab teams up with Azeotrope to explore the intersections between the deaf and hearing communities with Don Nguyen’s Sound in September followed by A Glimmer of Hope or Skin or Light, a dance/theatre/cabaret/glam-rock musical first created by KT Niehoff in 2010. 2015 marks the 40th anniversary of the holiday classic A Christmas Carol, directed by incoming Artistic Director John Langs.
 
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Friday, August 28 2015


PACIFIC PLAY COMPANY
Spotlight
Pacific Play Company will present a regional premiere and an evening of plays commissioned directly for the company in repertory (September 10-26) by local playwrights. The two plays are EVERYBODY HERE SAYS HELLO! by Stuart Bousel which won the Theatre Bay Area Award for Best World Premiere and received tremendous critical praise when it premiered in San Francisco last summer. The other show is Pacific Play Company’s first commission project. Seven local playwrights: Kelleen Conway Blanchard, Keiko Green, Justin Ison, Morgan Ludlow, Juliet Waller Pruzan and guest writer Jennifer Lynne Roberts from San Francisco were asked to write to the title CRIME & ROCKETS, for six weeks and Head Writer Scotto Moore has curated an intense, comic and powerful evening of theater.
 
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Friday, August 14 2015


TENNESSEE WILLIAMS IS SEXIER THAN EVER
Theatre Off Jackson
Sailor St. Claire and Fosse Jack, in association with Theatre Off Jackson, take Tennessee Williams to new, seductive places with The Tennessee Tease, a new play with burlesque inspired by Tennessee Williams. Adapted from Williams' memoirs, the play explores the relationship between this gay American icon's life and his works and features original burlesque numbers choreographed by Fosse Jack. Starring local burlesque luminaries Jesus La Pinga, Jesse Belle-Jones, Diva le Deviant, Olatsa Assassin, Fosse Jack, Al Lykya, Apollo Vidra, Hisam Goueli, Sailor St. Claire, Razzberry Rocket, Belle Bizarre and local burlesque legend Eartha Quake.
 
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Friday, July 31 2015


BRECHTFEST
The Horse in Motion
Weaving together three classic stories by Bertolt Brecht, dinner theater is turned on its head as we tackle income inequality, gender dynamics, and the essential question of how to survive in a society where the game is rigged. Using Brecht’s groundbreaking principles of epic theater, reimagined by the Millennials of today, the production invites the audience into an experience that is at once playful and unsettling, informed by history and totally new. The actors are the servers as epic theater is given new immediacy in this fun and creative creation from one of Seattle’s newest and most inventive theater companies. With music, outsize characters, and delicious breakfast fare, the audience will be treated to a morning of politics, theater, and bacon unlike any other.
 
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Friday, July 31 2015


UNEXPECTED NEW WORKS FROM SEATTLE PLAYWRIGHTS STUDIO
Spotlight

Come enjoy -- in air-conditioned luxury – rehearsed staged readings of original short works by local playwrights and actors in Seattle Playwrights Studio’s annual Showcase July 24-26.

Meet the actors! Meet the writers! Support local theater! The plays, which range from farce to drama and everything in between, are products of the SPS workshop, which is affiliated with BAT and meets at BAT twice monthly.


 
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Monday, July 13 2015


NON-ROYALTY MUSICAL AVAILABLE FOR PRODUCTION
Interviews and Profiles

This is a full length play written specifically for community theater. I am offering it to any non-profit theater company without cost to produce. (No royalties).

The Great American Western (the lost epidode), J. Edgar Hoover gets Busted---has won several regional awards and has been staged over 100 times. It is an edgy, politically incorrect musical that pokes fun at politicians, Hollywood, the government, and pop culture. This plays is easy to produce because the music is pre-taped and the cast simply sings along Karaoke style. Have fun with it.


 
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Monday, July 13 2015


ATOMIC FALLS, USA
Spotlight
ATOMIC FALLS, USA - a devised play fashioned by The Libertinis with Max Kirchner - chronicles the exploits of a 1950s subterranean community forced into an exquisitely-outfitted fallout shelter after an atomic event too hot to handle. As the days in the bunker tick by, morale plummets. What are sock hoppers to do to stave off boredom, dodge self-destruction, and cling to their sanity? Why, band together and create something spectacular...with plenty of jello molds, social dancing, and the Bombs Away Revue!
 
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Tuesday, June 30 2015


THE TUMBLEWEED ZEPHYR
Pork Filled Productions
Two brothers climb aboard the Tumbleweed Zephyr, a transcontinental train headed out of New Providence for the wilds of the Western Territories. But what starts as a simple journey by rail veers off on an unexpected track, with airship bandit raids, twists of fate, wayward sparks of romance and the lonely call of a train whistle echoing across the clear desert sky. So grab your satchel and dust off your best traveling hat for this epic new summer adventure!
 
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Tuesday, June 30 2015


IMPROV COMEDY MUMBAI
Unexpected Productions
Red, White and Bollywood is an improvised homage to all those bad and good Bollywood movies that the Indian film industry has to offer. It is completely unscripted. This interactive show takes suggestions from the audience and turns it into the next theatrical Bollywood hit with music, dance, and over the top plots.
 
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Saturday, June 13 2015


WIUP MYSTERY HOUR: AN IMPROVISED RADIO SHOW
Unexpected Productions

 Long before Netflix, TIVO, Facebook, and online video games; radio provided entertainment by presenting radio plays and programs of mystery, intrigue, comedy and soap operas and the news. We are bringing radio storytelling back...with your help.. Close your eyes, you might actually believe you have traveled back in time to when people would gather around the radio and listen to Little Orphan Annie, CBS Radio Mystery Theater or The Shadow! Let's share a story.

Show starts at 8:30pm
Tickets are $12 - $15
Show runs every Friday and Saturday, May 8th - June 20th
Located at Unexpected Productions' Market Theater at the Pike Place Market Gumwall
1428 Post Alley Seattle, WA 98101


 
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Saturday, April 18 2015


A MAGICAL STORY OF KING ARTHUR'S COURT
Newport Season of the Arts
"Camelot" is a legendary tale of romance that transports you into the world of King Arthur’s Round Table to be captivated by the King, his beautiful Queen Guinevere, the chivalrous Sir Lancelot, and the bumbling, loveable King Pellinore. Written by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, this outstanding production features musical favorites like “Camelot” and “If Ever I Would Leave You”. A multigenerational and ethnically diverse cast and orchestra from throughout the Puget Sound region bring this magical story of King Arthur’s court to vibrant life. In conjunction with Camelot, there will be a Spring Art Show featuring artwork that draws inspiration from the Arthurian legend.
 
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Saturday, April 18 2015


AURORA THEATRE COMPANY 2015 GALA
Gershwin Gala

"A Gershwin Tune" Gala: April 25th, 2015 at 7pm

Join Aurora Theatre Company for a Gala Evening of Food, Drink and Celebration! Enjoy appetizers and desserts prepared by local award-winning chefs (Cafe Juanita, Cascina Spinassee and Le Panier Bakery and imbibe in wine and beer (North City Bistro & Wine Shop and Elliott Bay Brewing Company). Purchase raffle tickets to win prizes (Loulay Kitchen + Bar gift certificate, Tilth gift card, Jazz Alley dinner and show, theater tickets: 5th Avenue Theatre, Seattle Theatre Group, Intiman Theatre Festival, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Taproot Theatre Company, Village Theatre and many other exciting prizes).


 
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Saturday, April 18 2015


FREEHOLD'S SPRING QUARTER ACTING CLASSES
Freehold
From introductory sessions for the curious to master classes for practicing artists, Freehold's Studio offers an extraordinary range of disciplines and styles to help students develop a comprehensive understanding of theatre craft and acting. All Freehold faculty are working professional actors, playwrights and directors whose credentials include recognized work on and off Broadway, in major motion pictures, on television, and in regional and international theatre venues.
 
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Saturday, April 18 2015


YER CHEATIN' HEART
Libertinis
YER CHEATIN’ HEART takes us to Hope Springs - a dried-up tumbleweed of a town that can still remember the good ol’ days of thriving enterprise and sunlit promise. As the town decays around the very people who love it most, a desperate soul guns down the only chance Hope Springs has of resurrection. Searching for justice and led by instinct, a scrappy bar owner and a wanna-be cowboy have no choice but to take justice into their own hands - and learn that mercy has no business in a place like Hope Springs.
 
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Monday, April 06 2015


ALICE IN WONDERLAND COMES TO STONE SOUP
Stone Soup Theatre
This year marks the 150th anniversary of Alice in Wonderland and Stone Soup Theatre is delighted to present a bewildering and fascinating texture of his story; half adventure, half chop-logic and shrewd caricature. Everyone is familiar with Alice’s antic adventures, and they are here – but with an interesting difference that will delight the young and the young at heart. An Alice for all ages.
 
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Monday, April 06 2015



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