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4 Star Starred
Stone Soup Theatre's Downstage
4029 Stone Way North Seattle, WA 98103
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5 ratings
3.6 average rating
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3 reviews
0 stars
attended Apr 07 2011

Twelve short plays in THREE HOURS, ranging from "cleverly crafted" to "what were they thinking." Some excellent performances by very talent actors, especially Kiki Abba, McKenna Turner, and Daniel Reaume. More about style than substance.

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7 reviews
3 stars
attended Apr 14 2011

Double XX fest gave an evening of interesting performances. The plays ranged from drama to comedy. Actors knew their stuff. All the plays were written and directed by women so kudos to Stone Soup for promoting women in theatre!

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4 reviews
7 stars
attended Apr 08 2011

Yes, some good work, some bad work, but the real killer was the Three Hour running time. I felt abused as an audience member by that choice.

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*Week One, April 7-10, 2011: Shorties 15 minutes and under

*_Vera’s Red Hat_ by Lyn Coffin, directed by Miryam Gordon

The Usual by Babs Lindsay, directed by Judy Jacobs

Natural Selection by Cheryl Slean, directed by Z. Sharon Glantz

The Synopsis by Diane Sampson, directed by Samantha Sherman

How You Play the Game by Diane Sampson, directed by Lenore Bensinger

Porn for Women by Kristen M. Scatton, directed by Kristina Hauptfeuhrer

Strike by Aoise Stratford, directed by Katherine Karaus

woman:revised by Trish Cole, directed by Margie Slovan

Jinxed by K. Alexa Mavromatis, directed by Katherine Karaus

Bastard by K. Alexa Mavromatis, directed by Norene Sterling

Eve-Volution by Cynthia Rogan, directed by Suzannah Rogan

Annabel Eden by Amy Morley, directed by Kristina Hauptfeuhrer


Week Two, April 14-17, 2011: Slightly longer works*

The Belle of Staten Island by Penny Jackson, directed by Renee Cyr

What Happens in Verona by Lea Galanter, directed by Katie Woodzick

Operation Sweet Dream by Suzanne Bailie, directed by Samantha Sherman

The Wedding Ring by Rebecca Sue Haber, directed by Lenore Bensinger

Hypochondria by Deborah DeGeorge Harbin, directed by Simone Barron

Landis and the Bear by Catherine Berg, directed by Margie Slovan


Week Three, April 21-24, 2011: Best of the FEST*

A selection of the above best from both stages, to be determined by audience and critical vote each of the first two weekends!

About the Ticket Supplier: Stone Soup Theatre

Seattle's only one-act theatre plus company dedicated to the preservation of the one-act play. Stone Soup presents five professionally mounted productions per year, youth and adult conservatory training, summer camps, and after school programs. Stone Soup is a part of the 4Culture Touring Arts Roster with a Greek Myth Assembly Tour.