Prime Time Show
Luigi Pirandello’s 1921 absurdist drama comes to Seattle – literally. While a company of fringe artists rehearse a short play festival on Capitol Hill, a group of six lost characters burst into the theatre and beg this small company of actors to stage their story – a story the playwright who conceived them refused to write. As the characters relay their story and the actors begin to stage it, the audience not only begins to learn about the tragic tale these characters are eternally embroiled in, but they are also confronted with philosophical questions about the nature of reality and illusion.
Michael Blackwood, Patty Bonnell, Randall Brammer, Gabrielle Castronover, Peter Cook, Ellen Graham, Brent Griffith, Gary Gorland, Sarah Milici, Madison Rengli, Skye Stephenson, Aaron Sterne, and Steven Sterne
Stage Manager – Marren Comendant, Assistant Director – Katie Haster, Lighting – Steve Cooper, Sets – Kim Rosin, Costumes – Amy LaZerte, Sound – David Torres, Hair & Make-Up - D'Arcy Harrison
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