Meet Me at Dawn | Radial Theater Project
March 24 - April 8
After a boating accident, two women wash up on a distant shore. They look for a path home, but discover that this unfamiliar land is not what it seems. Loosely inspired by the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, Zinnie Harris' Meet Me at Dawn is a tenderly lyrical and utterly modern fable exploring the mystery of grief and the triumph of everyday love. Featuring Jennifer Faulkner and Jordi Montes.
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MOTÖRMOUTH COMEDY POWER-HOUR
Streaming through March 17th
Where comedians run their mouths, the house is rocked, and the laughter rolls! The funniest, gut-bustin’-est, wildest comics in and out of Seattle, dial their jokes up to eleven, just to make YOU laugh.
Your Rockin’ Roll-Call:
Headliner: Casey McClain (Seattle International Comedy Competition, Comedyjuice YT)
Hosted By: Patricio F Mendoza (FunnyFest Finalist, MutinyRadio Comedy Fest)
Featuring: Marcus Van Valen | Swastik Bhat| Lauren Cocroft | AJ Norris
The Chicken or the Egg [part of the Animal Saints & Animal Sinners series]
Streaming through March 24th
18th & Union presents witty, eccentric Seattle storytellers Scot Augustson, Kelleen Conway Blanchard, and Bret Fetzer for an evening of strange and delightful tales about animals—saints, sinners, and the moral spectrum in-between.
The sixth edition of their Animal Saints & Animal Sinners series tackles the eternal question: The Chicken or the Egg?
Healing Harmony Sound Bath
Wednesday, April 19 at 7:00 PM
Part of the new Wellness Wednesdays for Artists program at 18th & Union.
A 60-minute group sound healing experience designed to help relax, unwind, and restore your physical, mental and spiritual bodies. Healing Harmony creates a unique improvisational sound scape with crystal and metal singing bowls, a handmade deer skin drum, and vocals.
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Big news in September 2021!
Sept. 1st: A peaceful transition of power!
We are grateful for David Gassner's years of tireless service as co-founder of 18th & Union, and its engine & driver since 2016. Now we welcome Peggy Gannon as our new Producing Director! She brings decades of experience as a local producer, director, actor, and administrator. Her deep ties and commitment to the local artistic community make her ideal for this position.
Sept. 10th: Five More Years!
We are able to share the huge news that we have negotiated a new five-year lease with our supportive building owners! 18th & Union's future at 18th & Union is secure. With a name like ours, where else could we go?
Sept. 20th: We welcome some new roommates!
We are thrilled that Brown Soul Productions will become a Resident Company at 18th & Union! BSP's mission is to provide a platform that nurtures and amplifies the voices of women of color through the development and production of new creative works.
Sept. 30th: Professionalizing our staff!
Starting in 2022, we will be transitioning our volunteer staff to paid staff. This is HUGE GREAT NEWS!