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7 Star Starred
Washington Ensemble Theatre
608 19th Ave E Seattle, WA 98112
206-325-5105
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Kingfish Cafe is a great place for dinner before the show
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Very young audience, wear whatever you want!
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attended Oct 15 2010

Very interesting play - not was I was expecting. Was a little depressing, but overall very good.

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attended Oct 23 2010

Really enjoyed the production, mostly agree with The Stranger's review.

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attended Oct 25 2010

Phenomenal and inspiring ideas... but the play was really kind of pointless. Beautiful writing and stringing of words together, but what was it about? Betrayal, yes. But there was little to no seduction. It was more about three different stories...continued

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Description

A World Premiere

Written by Tommy Smith

Directed by Roger Benington

Roger Benington, the director of Crave, Never Swim Alone, and God’s Ear, returns to Washington Ensemble Theatre to direct this world premiere choral play by 2010 Pony Fellowship recipient Tommy Smith.

About the Ticket Supplier: Washington Ensemble Theatre

The Ensemble is invested in the re-examination of the traditional approach to theatre-making. Through a highly collaborative process we produce relevant, immediate theatre of the widest imagination.