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This Week At Eclectic Theater: Checkoff In The Sun, Gayle Waters and Seattle Beckett Fest IndieGoGo Campaign!
Checkoff In The Sun Victoria is terminally ill. She arranges for a villa in the southwest and has her closest friends and family join her for what is assumed to be a final meeting among them. Two generations attend. It … Continue reading
This Week At Eclectic Theater: Checkoff In The Sun and Seattle Playhouse! Plus Seattle Beckett Fest IndieGoGo Campaign!
Checkoff In The Sun Thu-Sat at 8pm and Sun at 2pm. March 20-April 19! “In Goodisman’s literate script, nearly every line of dialogue pings off the previous one, as characters talk past one another and twist words to achieve their … Continue reading
“… emotionally evocative, and the actors exhibit admirable understanding of and compassion for the dubious characters they portray.” Blair Peters, Drama In The Hood Clara is brilliant, beautiful, perhaps the finest pianist of her time, the trophy child of … Continue reading
an original play by Keiko Green directed by Amy Escobar GET TICKETS!! http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/405907 More info: www.tinfoilcardboard.com Wed 7/3 8pm Fri 7/5 8pm Sat 7/6 2pm & 8pm In the Offices of Reincarnation, life goes on. And on. Life.Cycle. follows the story of … Continue reading
“Set along the Washington-Canada border in the 1980s, this taut little thriller by Jim Moran has a cinematic quality—tight lighting to illuminate a small corner of the stage at a time, sharp blackouts to punctuate a joke or a threat, … Continue reading
The Familiar-a Ghost Story Two sisters haunted by the past, one man haunted by passion, in a house possessed by The Familiar . . . There’s something unsettling under the bed. Elinor wants it out, Cissie wants it hidden, and … Continue reading
Before we had the luxury of using our remote to voyeuristically experience upper class society with shows like Real Housewives and The Hills the theater was the place to go to tickle our fully bone. The Misanthrope by Moliere, is … Continue reading
A weekly opportunity for professional and amateur comedians, sketch comedians, and improvisational actors/improvisers to test new material and to develop their acts. Inspired by The Comedy Workshop and Comics Annex of Houston’s Comedy scene in the 1980′s to 1990′s, Alum … Continue reading
Rik Deskin is looking for a Director for an AEA Members’ Project Code production of local playwright Kirsten Fatland’s Black Men Smile At Me (World Premiere). Rehearsals begin September 7. Previews begin October 21 and opening is October 28. Runs … Continue reading