Seattle Confidential: Rewind Spotlights the Best Anonymously Penned Stories
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Legendary explorer Ernest Shackleton reaches out across time through the internet to contact a single mother in the innovative romance Ernest Shackleton Loves Me. With a book by Joe DiPietro (I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change), this inventive and intimate new musical is heading for off-Broadway -- and this is your chance to see it before it departs. Multitalented singer-songwriter-electric violinist Valerie Vigoda (Toy Story: The Musical) portrays a sleep-deprived single mom who's fired from her day job as a video game composer. Inspired by her music, the famous gentleman-explorer of the South Pole overcomes the distance between them and together they embark on a love affair adventure for the ages. Learn More
Host Ian Bell and a small group of actors pick the lock on Seattle’s diary to read the pages from our personal life! Along with anonymously penned personal anecdotes, Seattle Confidential uses statistical data culled from anonymous surveys and real-time digital audience polls to take us on a multifaceted examination of the experiences that shape us as individuals and the mindset that defines us as a community.
After two fascinating seasons, and eight riveting installments, its time to look back! On May 9 & 10 the very best of over 60 wonderfully written anonymous submissions, along with some favorite statistics culled from hundreds of anonymous surveys, will be presented in a two night only event that looks back on all our past shows and quarterly themes! Featuring the talents of Branden Romans, Gretchen Krich, Michael Patten, Emily Chisholm, Scott Shoemaker, and Imogen Love.
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