Wednesday, September 8, 2010

From our Studio: Freehold Faculty News

Daemond Arrindell will be seen in TumbleMe Productions & Mae Pictures film UP (When I Grow), September 9th & 10th at Theatre Off Jackson, Seattle. 7:30 Door, 8:00 Show, $10-$15 tickets available at Brown Paper Tickets. UP (When I Grow), is a collaborative, multi-genre show about dreams. More info here. Daemond also produces the Seattle Poetry Slam every Tuesday night at Rebar. $5.00 tickets.

Gin Hammond directed The Westerbork Serenade which is now going to the Netherlands! The Westerbork Serenade, written and performed by David Natale, brings home a seldom remembered story of the Holocaust. His award-winning one-man show tells the story of Jewish entertainers in a Nazi transit camp. All are welcome to attend their benefit performance in Seattle on October 13 at the Odd Duck Studio. For more info and to contribute please go to:

Sarah Harlett will be performing in ACT's The Christmas Carol running November 26 - December 26. More information: ACT Theatre.

John Jacobsen's show - The Artist Toolbox just got picked up to start airing nationally on public television starting Jan 7, and they just got John Legend for their next episode ( Also , the film John directed, Arthur, is done and being entered at Cannes and Sundance.

Darragh Kennan
will be playing the title role of Hamlet at Seattle Shakespeare Company, October 25 - December 5th. More information: Seattle Shakespeare Company.

George Lewis is directing the Bash Theatre Company in the 1920's Russian comedy, The Suicide by Nikolai Erdman. It will be performed at the Ballard Underground, December 3 - 19, 2010. Info at George is also directing Le Frenchword's Fancy Mud which will be performed sometime in late September or early October with the full-length piece being shown in December.

John Longenbaugh plays will be performed at Arcana, running 9/10-10/2 at Open Circle Theatre. John Longenbaugh's Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol finally gets its fully staged premiere on November 26 at Taproot Theatre. Tickets for Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol

Paul Mullin's play Louis Slotin Sonata will be making its mid-West premiere in Chicago at A Red Orchid Theatre, opening Sept 10 and running through Oct. 24. Originally commissioned by A Contemporary Theatre as part of their now defunct FirstACT play development program, Louis Slotin Sonata premiered at Circle X Theatre in Los Angeles and went on to win the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Outstanding World Premiere. More information about the play can be found on Paul Mullin's blog. Poster image from A Red Orchid's Theatre production of Louis Slotin Sonata.

Amy Thone will be performing in Seattle Repertory Theatre's production of God of Carnage with her husband, Hans Altwies. Performances will be from October 1 - October 24. More information, Seattle Repertory Theatre.

Annette Toutonghi
will be doing a public reading/performance of There is a Field by Jen Marlowe. Performances will be the first weekend in October.

Billie Wildrick will be performing in Café Nordo: Sauced, then followed directly by A Christmas Story, and then Vanities.

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