The Scratch: Seattle Workshop Series
Join more than 150 Pacific Northwest artists for two weeks of networking and workshopping 15 new plays and musicals - two developmental labs, five staged readings, and eight 10-minute plays by young writers. The Scratch: Seattle Workshop Series, produced in association with Really Really Theatre Group, will take place from August 11-27, 2019 at 18th & Union and 12th Ave Arts.
Tickets available soon at: TheScratch.org
Waiting for Paint to Dry
Presented by Kairos Theatre Company
Kairos Theatre Company presents "Waiting for the Paint to Dry" by local playwright, K.E. Jenkins. This shares a story of two siblings with a deep love for one another who have become trapped in their living situation. Edith is a neurodivergent adult and Colby has restructured her life to care for Edith. The play explores the idea of family loyalty, and the fine line between caring for another and self-neglect. Minimal stage violence is depicted.
We Go Mad
by Amy Escobar
A woman inherits a brooding estate and she journeys through its many rooms to uncover her family’s dark secrets. Like all houses in tales such as these, it has a history and there are more than skeletons in the closet.
Created and performed by Katie Hartman & Nick Ryan, In collaboration with Mark Benzel
Eleven-year-old Edgar Allan has only one goal:
to be the most remarkable boy at Manor House School.
He has only one obstacle: Edgar Allan.
Liz Miele has appeared on Comedy Central, FOX, AXS TV, Hulu and NPR’s Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me. She's been featured in The New Yorker, NY Times, Runner's World, Psychology Today and The Guardian. She's has several viral videos on Youtube and Instagram including jokes “Feminist Sex Positions,” "Dating Is Harder for Comedians," and "The One Benefit of Online Dating." She regularly tours with Armed Forces Entertainment and just got back from her seventh European tour. Liz also recently released her second album "Mind Over Melee” which you can find on iTunes, Amazon and cdbaby.com. For more info visit her web site: www.lizmiele.com