Sunday, September 6, 2009


Here are a couple of theater announcements I got from Northwest Playwrights Alliance:

Sat. Sept. 12 - at Theater on the Square, Tacoma

Rosalind Bell directs two staged readings of August Wilson's
Joe Turner's Come and Gone

2:00 & 7:30 p.m.

In this staged reading of "Joe Turner’s Come and Gone," the second chapter of Wilson’s works, the theme of slavery is addressed as audiences experience the transitions of moving to industrial cities of the north in search of a new life and identity through the life of the protagonist, Herald Loomis. The play deals with a variety of issues faced by African Americans in 1911, as well as universal themes of redemption, the importance of family, and the power of the human spirit. Tony nominated Joe Turner’s Come and Gone will inspire and move audiences as they experience Herald’s struggle.

For tickets and information please call the Broadway Center Box Office:

Sat. Sept. 19 - Olympia Tiny Theater
(Sophia's Salon - 1706 Harrison Ave. on Olympia's Westside)

World premiere!
I Love You, Flavilla
by Bryan Willis

a brief monologue celebrating International Talk Like a Pirate Day

Performances every hour, on the hour, from noon to midnight


for reservations please call 360/754-2818
or contact

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