The Rules of Charity
Sound Theatre Company continues their 2018 season The Human Family: Towards a Radical Inclusion with the Seattle premiere of THE RULES OF CHARITY. The older generation clashes with the younger in this provocative and subversive play by Sound Theatre Company : Rules of Charity Press Release 7-8-18 the late John Belluso, a playwright who championed honest portrayals of people with disabilities. THE RULES OF CHARITY will perform August 4 – 25 at the Center Theatre at the Armory with new Radical Hospitality ticket pricing from $5 - $75 for all seats and all performances. “A lacerating critique of altruism” (SF Weekly). Monty, a brilliant, queer father who has Cerebral Palsy and uses a wheelchair, spars with his care-taker daughter in the haunting relationship at the heart of this play that examines what it means to be disabled and marginalized in modern American society. In this Seattle premiere, Sound Theatre forges a new path for local audiences as we highlight authentic narratives that emerge from lived experience. Mature Content. See website for more details and information about accessible performances. Sound Theatre Company’s Artistic Director Teresa Thuman, acknowledges that this is new for some Seattle audiences. “For years the Seattle theatre-going community has been engaged in a meaningful discussion about diversity on our stages. This is an ongoing and ever-expanding process and we at Sound Theatre are thrilled to usher in a new experience of inclusion.”
All offers for The Rules of Charity have expired.
The last date listed for The Rules of Charity was Saturday, Aug 25, 2018 / 7:30pm.