Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Freehold Faculty and Community Upcoming Performances
Geof Alm is doing fights for Don Quixote at Seattle Opera which runs February 26 - March 12.
Hans Altwies will be performing in This at the Seattle Repertory Theatre which runs April 8 - May 15.
Gin Hammond will be directing The Colors of Our Lives at the Young Playwrights Festival at ACT on March 11, 12. The culmination of the Young Playwrights Program at ACT returns for its ninth annual festival, showcasing eight world premiere plays by talented student writers ages 14 to 18.
John Longenbaugh will be directing and producing a show he co-wrote with Ron Richardson last year, "My Time with the Lady," that'll go up at the Market Theatre from April 7-April 30. It's the story of Seattle's famous Lusty Lady Peep Show, told through the eyes of a young man who manned the front desk for several years during the mid-80s. For more info and tickets, visit mytimewiththelady.com.
Paul Mullin and Dawson Nichols (with support from Tom Paulson) wrote The New New News: A Living Newspaper. Directed by Dawson Nichols. "The New New News: A Living Newspaper" examines journalism in the age of new media, paying special attention to the implications to information and democracy created by the collapse of newspapers, the 24-hour news cycle and the demands of monetizing media. All performances Pay What You Will. Reserved seats are available for $15 at Brown Paper Tickets for each performance venue: Olympic Theatre at South Seattle Community College (SSCC), Friday February 18 and Saturday February 19 @ 7:30pm, Sunday February 20 @ 2pm, The Erickson Theatre on Capitol Hill, Thursday February 24, Friday February 25 and Saturday February 26 @ 7:30pm
Sunday February 27 @ 2pm and Stage One Theatre at North Seattle Community College (NSCC),, Wednesday March 2 at Noon, Friday March 4, Saturday March 5, Friday March 11 & Saturday March 12 @ 7:30pm, Sunday March 6 and Sunday March 13 @ 2pm.
Shanga Parker, Reginald Andre Jackson and Carol Roscoe will be in All My Sons at Intiman Theatre running March 18 - April 17. Shanga Parker and Carol Roscoe will also be in Pilgrims Musa and Cheri in The New World at ACT running June 17 - July 17.
Timothy Piggee is performing on Broadway in NYC in Catch Me If You Can at the Neil Simon Theatre with previews beginning March 11.
Darragh Kennan is at the Folger Theatre in Washington DC playing Antipholus of Syracuse in The Comedy of Errors until March 6th. Darragh will be the dialect and acting coach for the upcoming New Century Theatre Company production of Oh Lovely Glowworm running April 13 - May 15th More information: www.newcenturytheatrecompany.org
Amy Thone, in March, will act in a two-week workshop of a new play, South of Settling, at ACT, which won their 2010 New Play Contest.
Billie Wildrick is performing in Vanities produced by the 5th Avenue and ACT running from February 4 through May 1 at ACT's Falls Theatre.
The group Kulture Shock, of which Gino Yevdjevich is a member, has a new album being released with a show in Seattle at The Crocodile on March 25, 2011 and New York at Webster Hall (March 30, with Slavic Soul Party), before heading to Europe for a 15-date tour. Gino has been an integral part of Freehold's Engaged Theatre Summer Tour as he composes the music for Freehold's Summer Tour productions every year. With over 600 concerts under their belt and a rabid fanbase that spans the globe, Seattle music stalwarts Kultur Shock defiantly return with their highly anticipated new album Ministry of Kultur. The outfit's most refined and masterful effort to date will be released on March 1st, 2011, and was recorded by legendary Seattle producer Jack Endino.