Friday, December 31, 2010

Year end and Sea Marks

I'm taking a break from my community theater column this week. Next up will be a typical year-end column, my "Best theater moments of 2010" to be published Jan. 7 and next after that will be a preview of "Sea Marks" by Gardener McKay at Olympia Little Theatre.

From their website:

(Romantic Drama) All ages
January 13 - 30, 2011: The humorous, poignant and romantic story of Colin Primrose, a lonely fisherman from the sea bound island of Cliffhorn Heads, Ireland and Timothea, a lovely young woman from Liverpool, who meets him on a rare visit to the remote island for a relative's wedding. Although they've met only once, he is taken with her and writes her a letter beginning a correspondence that change both their lives. Can this man,  who has known only the sea and a woman very much of the city make a home and a life together?  Director - Terence Artz.

Also watch for my Top five (or maybe six) South Sound art exhibits in next week's Volcano.

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