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Friday, May 8th, 2009
12:32 pm
Stay Up Late This Saturday!!
At the Stay Up Late Show, School’s Out For Summer!

It’s our last show of the season, so come on down…

Our MAY show features:

The ELEGANT CATASTROPHE SINGERS, putting the Alternative back in A cappella!
JODY HALL from CUPCAKE ROYALE, bringing samples of her Finest Acts of Frostitution!
FILM.COM scribe LAREMY LEGEL regales us with steamy tales of young Hollywood (from the Twilight gang to Matthew McConaughey)!

And we'll crown this year's Ms. Stay Up Late Show. Will she be pretty?

Also, trivia, prizes, a raffle, and DJ Chairman Moe spinning the tunes you love and fear.

Come on down and sign our yearbook! Class of 2009 RULZ!!!

Hosted by Rebecca Mmmmm Davis

May 9th, 2009
11:00pm (bar opens at 10:30pm)
Balagan Theater 1117 E Pike Street on Capitol Hill
Cost: $8
Monday, March 9th, 2009
11:46 pm
Stay Up Late Show! This Saturday!
At the Stay Up Late Show, it’s March Madness! Spring is in the air, and so are we!


KENDRA HAYES and her bellydancing Troupe Adderstone will shimmy their way into the new time zone!
PATRICK BROEMELING, comic book fan man, previews the upcoming Emerald City ComiCon!
COLE HORNADAY of American Radio Theater project discusses his new Hawaiian style piece of ART!

ALSO, a raffle prize filled with goodies from our guests, DJ ChairmanMoe spinning the tunes you love to love, trivia, prizes, and a leprechaun.

Come join us for a bowl of lucky charms!

Hosted by Rebecca Mmmmm Davis

March 14, 2009
11:00pm (bar opens at 10:30pm)
Balagan Theater 1117 E Pike Street on Capitol Hill
Cost: $8
Monday, July 21st, 2008
2:38 pm
Angels in America, PART I: Millennium Approaches

Angels in America, Part 1: Millennium Approaches - July 2008.
July 24-August 9, 2008

Thurs/Fri/Sat: 7:30pm, Sunday 2pm

Bagley Wright Theatre's PONCHO Forum

155 Mercer Street

Seattle, WA 98109

For tickets: 206-443-2222 or online

Absurd Reality Theatre is proud to present the first Seattle production of Angels since Intiman premiered it locally in 1994. A riveting illumination of America lost to the destructive terror of AIDS, the collapse of morality during the Reagan years, and the disintegration of tolerance. Relationships dissolve, fantasy is made flesh, and a man is made a prophet in this exploration of politics, religion, and sex that is as poignant today as ever. Adult Content (Language, nudity, strong political themes), not recommended for individuals under 18.

Written by Tony Kushner

Directed by Maridee Slater

Press Contact: Jessie Kwak

OPENING ACTS! ART is proud to present performances from contributing musicians as well as speakers from BABES network before our show. For more information, see our schedule of events.


Chris MacDonald as "Roy M. Cohn"

Jalyn Green as "Joseph Porter Pitt"

Melissa Fenwick as "Harper Pitt"

Carter Davis as "Louis Ironson"

Jeff Orton as "Prior Walter"

Louise Penberthy as "Hannah Porter Pitt"

Shawn Vines as "Belize"

Sarah Petty as "The Angel"


Sarah Tubb as "Stage Manager"

Tellier Killaby as "Set Designer"

Shane Regan as "Music Director/Sound Design"

Brandon Ryan as "Producer"

Jessie Kwak as "Marketing"

David Mackie as "Lighting Designer"

Nikki Przasnyski as "Dramaturg"

Kristen Moss as "Logo Design"

Kalynn What as "Poster Design"

Featuring Music by:

Carrie Akre, Leif Anderson, Argo, "Awesome", Bassic Sax, Alexander Clark, Dear John Letters, Bre Loughlin, and Leeni.


Thursday, July 24, 7pm: Music by Leif Anderson

Friday, July 25, 7pm: Music by Leif Anderson

Saturday, July 26, 7pm: Music by The Elegant Catastrophe Singers

Friday, August 1, 7pm: Information from BABES Network

Saturday, August 2, 7pm: Music by Alexander Clark

Friday, April 11th, 2008
9:43 am
The Stay Up Late Show - THIS SATURDAY!‏
Yes indeed! This Saturday! The waiting is almost over, and we can be united once again!

The Stay Up Late Show!
Saturday, April 12th 2008!
1117 E. Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122
Corner of 12th and Pike
Door at 10:30pm, show at 11:00pm

SPECIAL COMEBACK PRICE: Just $5!!! (Because we missed you so much!)

Join us for the Stay Up Late Show's triumphant return in our amazing new space on Pike Street! Balagan's brand-new bar will be open to wet your whistle - and we do hope you'll whistle! - for our lovely guests, acts, and enticements, featuring the incredibly talented **TROY MINK** and others!

We promise you:

Music! Excitement! Trivia! Fabulous guests! Intriguing prizes!

Plus - CHEESECAKE! (We promise there will be cheesecake. Why? Because we wanna!!)

And of course, your very own hostess - PERFORMING without a NET or a CANE for the first time since Dec. 2006 - the irreverent, effervescent, irrepressible Rebecca Mmmmmmm. Davis!

Check out Balagan Theatre, our sexy new hosts, at: http://balagantheatre.org/

See you Saturday night!

Much love to ya, The Stay Up Late Show!
Saturday, March 15th, 2008
2:16 pm
Auditions for Angels in America, Part I: Millennium Approaches


Angels in America: Millennium Approaches by Tony Kushner. Where: The Poncho Forum in The Seattle Repertory Theatre, 155 Mercer. When: July 24th (with previews the week before) through August 9th at 7 or 7:30 (?)pm. Tony Kushner once said in an interview "The question is: are we made by history or do we make history? And the answer is: yes." Seattle needs a purging of the depressions, a lift, a shove. We have been made from history, and now we will MAKE some. With Angels in America, A.R.T. seeks to bring companies together. This production is the bullhorn, the platform for a new era in Seattle Theatre; One where companies collaborate instead of isolating themselves, one where we march together. In times as unsettling as these, we need to work effectively to instigate change. Angels in America is about dealing with illness and death, and out of that, rebuilding something strong and new from the debris. All we need is a will, a passion, HOPE, and each other. Tony Kushner said that he wanted to see how wide a community’s embrace could reach. We are addressing ourselves as extensively as we can to build a common cause between different groups.
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Monday, December 17th, 2007
3:58 pm
Exorcist the Musical!
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From the makers of The Exorcist: The Musical!


-OPENING: Friday, December 21, 2007.
-RUNS: Fri-Sat, 7pm. December 21, 2007 through January 19, 2008.
Fri, 12/21 (7pm); Sat, 12/22 (7pm); Fri, 12/28 (7pm); Sat, 12/29(7pm); Fri, 1/4 (7pm); Sat, 1/5 (7pm); Fri, 1/11 (7pm); Sat 1/12 (7pm); Fri, 1/18 (7pm); Sat 1/19 (7pm).
-KILL DATE – Sunday, January 20, 2008.

It’s the Version You Never Knew You Wanted to See!

Exorcist the Musical is a musical bar theater parody of the first two Exorcist movies, playing at the Jewel Box Theater at the Rendezvous in Belltown!

Bad Actor Productions is a Seattle fringe theater group responsible for the following shows: the one night LGBT Center benefit Girls Just Want to Have Fun: the Movie! (a live version!), Desperate Liaisons (Dangerous Liaisons set on a gay cruise ship) at both Richard Hugo House and the late Thumpers, and most recently Super Females! at the Gary A. Tucci Theatre in the Northwest Actors Studio (where they also performed The Exorcist: The Musical! a couple of years ago).

Exorcist the Musical is directed by Gary Zinter (Mushroom). Music composed by Tom Prince (Meathook: a Melodrama). Cast includes Josh Hartvigson (The Reluctant Dragon, Mushroom, Money and Run, the Judy Garland Christmas Special), Aaron Allshouse (HP Lovecraft’s Dreams in the Witch House, Soul of a Whore, in the Wabe, in the Kafka Colony) and Andy Justus (Snow Falling on Cedars, Jean Cocteau’s Orpheus, the Duchess of Malfi).

Cost: $10 at the door, Cash Only. To reserve tickets, call (206) 382-4250.
All Shows 21+. All shows 7pm.

Rendezvous Jewel Box Theater
2322 2nd Ave
Belltown, Seattle, WA 98121 www.jewelboxtheater.com

Current Mood: jazz hands!
Thursday, November 1st, 2007
12:30 pm
Not too late to join ...
It's not too late to sign up for Naplwrimo !!! You know you want to write a play in November.
You know you want to.
Even if you never have.
Even if you don't know how.
And if you know how and want to and haven't signed up , you need to sign up at these two addresses :

Naplwrimo Homepage
Naplwrimo Discussion Boards

Signing up for both is the only way to participate !!!
Don't miss out and see you there !

I gotta go start my play.... or you know... write the 30 other web pages that should be up and aren't yet.

Playwrighterly Yours,

Friday, September 7th, 2007
10:26 pm
Stage Manager needed
Work-It Productions needs a stage manager

for Five Women Wearing the Same Dress.

Currently in rehearsal,

opens in November.

Rehearsals split between Capitol Hill

and warehouse in SODO.

Performances at Freehold on Capitol Hill.

If you are interested or know someone who might be,

please comment and I'll get you the contact info!
Thursday, June 14th, 2007
12:52 pm
PWYC theatre , tonight !

Tonight is our Pay What You Can performance of Carver's Pieces.

See some of you there !

8:39 am
The Rite of Venus: A Rock Opera
The Rite of Venus: A Rock Opera
Seattle, WA: June 28-30, July 6-8, 2007
Tickets Available NOW!

Something sinister is happening in the temple of love. Aleister Crowley's Kabbalistic play performed as a bellydance-themed rock opera with original music by Seattle local Jon Sewell. Richard Hugo House, 1634 11th Avenue, Seattle, WA. June 28-30 and July 6-7 at 8 pm and July 8 at 2 pm. All ages, not recommended for small children. Advance tickets available online through Sunday, June 24. Advance prices: $12-22. Tickets at the door $20-30. For more info, visit our website.
Friday, May 4th, 2007
3:39 pm
The Community Theatre announces Carver's Pieces

Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 2, 2007 - Kill Date: June 23, 2007

: The Community Theatre is pleased to present:

Carver’s Pieces

by Raymond Carver
adapted for the stage by John Abramson

WHEN: Thu thru Sat - May 31st, June 1st, 2nd, 7th, 8th, 9th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd. All at 8pm.

There will be a post show conversation with the director and actors on Thursday June 7th, Thursday June 14th and Thursday June 21st.

WHERE: Youngstown Cultural Arts Center

4408 Delridge Way SW
Seattle, WA 98106

TICKET INFO: $15.00 General
$12.00 Student / Senior / TPS Member

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/10925/ for advance tickets.

A limited amount of tickets will be available at the door on day of show.


Adapted to the stage from Raymond Carver’s short stories and directed by John Abramson, "Fat", "What's In Alaska?", and "What We Talk about When We Talk about Love" deal with the terrifying currents that flow through ordinary human life in this country. A powerful and acute look at the lives of everyday people thrown together in their isolation, desperately seeking a means to make sense of the incoherence of their suffering. Each story - a waitress serving a fat customer, two married couples getting high together, and a group of friends talking about love over gin and tonic -reveals Carver at his best; a resolute and unblinking look at the conditioning forces that scorch people's lives, leaving them helplessly stranded with one another, and causing them to misunderstand life, even when it is plain and simple.


Raymond Clevie Carver, Jr. (May 25, 1938August 2, 1988), a native of the Northwest, was an American short story writer and poet. Carver is considered a major writer of the late 20th century and also a major force in the revitalization of the short story in the 1980s. He described himself as "inclined toward brevity and intensity" and "hooked on writing short stories" (in the foreword of Where I'm Calling From, a collection published in 1988--and a recipient of an honorable mention in the 2006 New York Times article citing the best works of fiction of the previous 25 years). Another stated reason for his brevity was "that the story [or poem] can be written and read in one sitting." This was not simply a preference but, particularly at the beginning of his career, a practical consideration as he juggled writing with work. His subject matter was often focused on blue collar experience, and are clearly reflective of his own life. The same could probably be said of the recurring theme of alcoholism and recovery. He wrote some of the most powerful American fiction of the twentieth century, and his work still cleaves to and illuminates our American landscape.

(Source: Wikipedia)


* Upcoming discussions about Raymond Carver, his books and plays.

Wednesday May 9th at 7pm : Discussion ( TCT Members will not be present. This is a library event)
Saturday May 12th 2pm : Reading and discussion of What we Talk about When we Talk about Love ( with TCT Members)

Redmond Regional Library

15990 N.E. 85th
Redmond, WA 98052

* Reading and discussion of "What We Talk about When We Talk about Love”.

Friday May 18th at 7pm ( with TCT Members)

University Bookstore, Main Branch
4326 University Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105


This is TCT’s second production following their 2006 production of 3 Plays by Thornton Wilder.

Director John Abramson opts for a sparse stage, letting the actors carry the imagery…” (Seattle Weekly)

Strong Acting…” (The Stranger)

The Community Theatre is a group of individuals, under the artistic direction of John Abramson, who share a common passion for creating theatre. As professionals we are collectively: students, tech writers, business owners, lawyers, mothers, scientists, human resource managers, teachers, fathers, actors, day care workers, social workers and more. We have come together with a vision of creating theatre which reveals a deeper truth about our selves, our lives and our humanity.

The Mission of The Community Theatre is to inspire and challenge both the mind and spirit of the audience and participants through an experience of exceptional theatre dedicated to creating meaning in each person’s life.

Our vision is to create theatre that is dedicated to the live, unknowable and surprising moments shared between an audience and actors. The Community Theatre will engage in meaningful stories that are pertinent to the times we live in. Our hope is to challenge, nurture, and enrich people's experience of the arts. We will encourage participation and community at all levels.



Thursday, April 26th, 2007
1:07 am
It's a Karaoke Party and a Fundraiser!!
Theater Schmeater will host the first annual Schmee Spring Sing, a Karaoke fundraiser on Friday April 27, starting at 8 p.m. and going into the wee hours, at Theater Schmeater, in the Capitol Hill area of Seattle. Hosting the event will be Brandon Whitehead, along with his able assistant, Managing Director Teri Lazzara, and featuring all kinds of theater movers and shakers. DJ Chairman Moe will be there as well, spinning tunes and rocking the house.

Singing will start at 8 p.m. with the doors open until 1 a.m. Suggested donation is $10 at the door. No reservations required. Free chips and songs, including Karaoke selections of The Village People, Tony Bennett, Rod Stewart and many others.

Schmee Spring Sing
A Karaoke Fundraiser
April 27th, 8PM-1AM
$10.00 donation.

Theater Schmeater
1500 Summit Ave
Seattle, WA 98122

Wednesday, April 25th, 2007
10:15 am
ReAct: You Can't Take It With You (4/27-5/20)
(posting for the director and wonderful human being, David Hseih)

The Repertory Actors Theatre (ReAct), Seattle's Multi-ethnic Philanthropic Theatre Company, is delighted to open its fourteenth mainstage season with this beloved American comedy classic by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. Exploding fireworks, Russian royalty, drunk actresses, and young lovers from two very different families come together in this heartwarming story about love and living life to the fullest. Forget your troubles and come enjoy this Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece, featuring ReAct's unique casting.

You Can't Take It With You
April 27 - May 20, 2007
The Richard Hugo House
1634 Eleventh Ave
Seattle (on Capitol Hill)

More info here

Advance tickets available online via Ticket Window and Brown Paper Tickets.
Tuesday, April 24th, 2007
7:56 am
SECOND CALL - Paper Cut Productions As You Like It
2nd Call - As You Like It
Type: Non-Union Theater
Format: Theater or Stage
Union Requirements: Open to all
Primary location of project Seattle/Fremont, WA
Project Begins Apr 30, 2007
Project Ends Jul 15, 2007

Project Description:
**Please note that if we saw you on Sunday, April 22nd, you are still in consideration for our show.**

Be part of a Seattle tradition, located at one of Seattle's most recognizable landmarks, the Fremont Troll (located under the Aurora bridge)!

All roles are open and we're looking for actors of all types to entertain hundreds of people at the Troll and be part of the Annual Solstice parade festivities.

Don't miss this amazing opportunity to perform the Bard in a challenging, physical, and unique production!

Audition Information

Audition/Interview Dates: Wednesday, April 25, 8-11pm

Audition Requirements: Please prepare a 1-2 minute Shakespearean monologue (verse is encouraged). Please bring a copy of your resume and your headshot. Also, please be prepared to stay for the length of the audition: 8-11pm. We will be having actors read sides as required. We w

Character Breakdown / Project Needs: All roles are open for "As You Like It". We will consider all types and may cross cast.

Audition Location: Please email jen@imaginarycircumstances.com for address and directions.

Other details you need to know about these auditions: Please be prepared to stay the entire 8-11pm time. Along with auditions we will have selected candidates read from slides.

[Crossposted to seattletheatre, seattle_theatre, and seattle.]
Tuesday, April 10th, 2007
10:39 pm
Seattle Lesbian and Gay Chorus presents "Rise Up & Sing!"
This spring, Seattle Lesbian and Gay Chorus presents

Rise Up & Sing!
Songs of Peace, Protest and Liberation

featuring music born of revolution:
the fight for GLBT rights, the labor movement, the civil rights movement,
the fight against apartheid, Vietnam protests, and more.

A lively program of pop, folk, and traditional music,
the show will also feature songs from Broadway in the spirit of protest,
including pieces from "Les Miserables" and "Wicked."
Join us for a night of powerful music that celebrates the spirit of liberation!

Below you'll find information about when and where we'll be performing. You can purchase tickets for the show online via http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/11347.

$15 Adults
$12 Students, seniors, and youth ages 12-18
Free for kids 11 and under.
$12 per person for groups of 10 or more people

Dates and Times
Seattle Unity Church
200 8th Ave N, Seattle
5/12/07, 7:30 PM
5/20/07, 3:00 PM

Capital Playhouse
612 4th Ave E, Olympia
6/16/07, 7:30 PM
$15 suggested donation

For more information about the chorus, go to http://www.slgc.org

Hope to see you at the show!
Saturday, March 31st, 2007
7:44 am

This event will raise funds to support LG's 2007 season, Bring your friends and plan to bid.

Hang out and enjoy tasty beverages with the Live Girls! company members, bid on awesome 2007 season themed packages, and experience the Live Girls! Lingerie Fashion Show, a completely unique Live Girls! event. Vicky's secrets are a total snoozefest compared to the awesome theme lingerie we will be serving up Saturday, including clown, Virgin Mary, Hobbit and Canadian lingerie. Some skin and LOTS of laughs are expected so don't miss the party of the year!

And also you get...

* A special appearance by the Boob Lady herself Elisabeth Squires and a surprise musical guest.
* Wicked awesome models, Elke Kummerow and Audra Page(the titillation twins) , Michelle Impala, Sylvie Davidson, Lizzie Deihl, Heidi Thompson, Alison Underdahl and Meghan Arnette
* Chance to bid on awesome items from The Ace Hotel, Le Pichet, Great Harvest Bakery and Online Coffee as well as Massage Gift Certificates, Original Artwork and More!
* Opportunity to help Live Girls raise money for their new season while drinking tasty beverages...
* and a surprise musical guest!

Wednesday, March 28th, 2007
4:35 am
Absurd Reality Theatre presents SEASCAPE WITH SHARKS AND DANCER by Don Nigro

For the second show in our 2006-2007 season, Absurd Reality Theatre is proud to present Seascape with Sharks and Dancer by Don Nigro.

Seattle, Washington –Unstable leadership, undeniable falsehoods, and indistinguishable borders: in today's world, things are not always as they appear. Absurd Reality Theatre (ART) tackle the possibility of modern love world with Don Nigro's Seascape with Sharks and Dancer, a story about two people and what happens when unstoppable optimism meets irresistible pessimism.

After opening their 2006-2007 season at the Odd Duck Studio, ART is returning to their old stomping grounds at the Northwest Actors Studio, where they spent their 2005-2006 season. The Studio provides the perfect atmosphere, intimate and voyeuristic, for the play's setting, a small East Coast beach house.

“We truly enjoyed working with the Odd Duck,” Brandon Ryan, artistic director of ART said, “but we felt NWAS worked perfectly for our design and ideas for Seascape with Sharks and Dancer.”

In Don Nigro’s tale about love and creation, the actors of ART take on a modern day love story for a generation accustomed to instant gratification. Tracy is a 20-year-old antagonist of her own life. She finds herself torn between her need for safety and her certainty that all human relationships eventually turn into nightmares. Ben is simplistic in his unfaltering acceptance of Tracy and the world around him. They've got all the words in the world, but can they find the right ones to communicate?

“Seascape with Sharks and Dancer is a story of people who promise according to their hopes and perform according to their fears." director Maridee Slater says, "It questions whether any really functional relationship between man and woman is possible, and yet ensures us that dysfunctions is okay, even desirable."

The play will run March 29th through April 21st. Tickets are available through www.brownpapertickets.com for $10 or by calling 1-800-838-3006. Tickets are $12 dollars at the door, and Thursdays are “pay what you can” nights. The Northwest Actors Studio is located at 1100 Pike St., Seattle WA 98122. For more information please visit www.absurdreality.com.

Absurd Reality Theatre (ART,) founded in 2005, began its second season in Seattle with The House of Yes. Last season, ART began with Edward Albee’s The Zoo Story, continued with local playwright Steven Dietz’s Lonely Planet, and finished the season with The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged.) The non-profit theatre company was created to portray new and classic works dealing with the fine line between reality and the absurd. In the summer of 2006, Absurd Reality Theatre was voted “Best Local Theatre Company” in NWSource’s “People’s Picks” awards.

WHO: Absurd Reality Theatre
WHAT: Seascape with Sharks and Dancer written by Don Nigro, Directed by Maridee Slater
WHEN: March 29th through April 21st
Friday-Saturday performances at 8pm
Thursdays: Pay What You Can (no advance sales).
PRICE: General: $10 in advance, $12 at the door
Students and Seniors (w/ ID): $10 at the door
WHERE: Northwest Actors Studio
1100 Pike Street, Seattle WA. 98122
TICKETS: www.brownpapertickets.com or by calling 1-800-838-3006
FEATURING: Lindsay Erika Crane and Brandon Ryan
WEBSITE: www.absurdreality.com

Saturday, January 27th, 2007
6:46 pm
Love to sing? Join SLGC!
The Seattle Lesbian & Gay Chorus is now seeking new members for its upcoming concert: "Rise Up and Sing: Songs of Peace, Protest and Liberation." We've got a lot of great music in store for this show. You don't have to be a pro; you don't even have to be lesbian or gay. You just have to love to sing! We welcome musicians of all skill levels for all sections (SSAATTBB) and we want you!

Our auditions are easy and low-stress, and will be held this coming Tuesday evening (and possibly the following two Tuesdays as well). You'll be able to start singing with us right away. Call to set up an audition with Seattle's popular GLBT mixed-voice group: (206) 860-SLGC. For more info about SLGC, go to http://www.slgc.org.
Sunday, January 7th, 2007
9:14 pm
Bad Actor Productions seeking MORE BAD ACTORS for Super Females!
Bad Actor Productions is looking for people to be in our new show, Super Females! It's a 'drag queen super hero play'!

We are looking for a Greek Chorus of sorts.

*Any body type!
*No musical talents needed!
*Play various roles!
*No lines to memorize!
*Perform stage hand work that is crucial to the show!
*No pay!
*Dismember an actor onstage!
*No experience necessary!
*Be committed and have fun!

The show runs Feb. 2- March 3, Fridays and Saturdays, 8pm shows. It takes place at the Northwest Actors Studio. We are already rehearsing, so jump aboard our latest trainwreck now!

Contact Craig Trolli @ craigtrolli@yahoo.com or 206.328.7018
9:11 pm
Bad Actor Productions seeking BOARD OP for Super Females!
Bad Actor Productions is seeking a board op to run lights and sound for their play, Super Females!

You do not have to design. Pay is $100. There are ten shows.

Super Females! is a 'drag queen super hero play'. It plays at the Northwest Actors Studio from Feb. 2 - March 3, Fri/Sats at 8pm.

Contact Craig Trolli at craigtrolli@yahoo.com or at 206.328.7018
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