Venue Details

20 Star Starred
The Bathhouse Theater
7312 W Green Lake Dr N. Seattle, WA 98103
206-524-1300
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3.9 / 5 Rated by 9 members
Review from Lloyd Herman

Fast-moving three-person comedy-drama about an understudy for a movie action star in a Broadway play--funny, poignant, well directed and acted!

reviewed Feb 14 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Robin Amadon

I normally love the Bathhouse Theater choices but this play is just not very good. Even though the playwright has done some wonderful work, this one is one to miss. They play is unfocussed and its message is bland. The very slim concept--people...continued

reviewed Jan 24 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Carol Ann Beman

I love the old Bathhouse Theatre, but was disappointed in the play. I did not think it was as funny as I expected. There was too much yelling by the female stage manager and I did not feel the "F" word had to be used so often. I am sure it was...continued

reviewed Jan 31 2013 report as inappropriate
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Description

Directed by *Kelly Kitchens, *featuring *Mike Dooly, Brenda Joyner and John Ulman

*By Theresa Rebeck

Appropriate for ages 10+. Some swearing, but nothing you haven’t heard on TV.

A slick comedy where High Concept meets the down-and-dirty of the entertainment business when Jake, a grossly overpaid Action Movie star, decides to turn an undiscovered Franz Kafka play into Broadway hit. Things begin to implode when Harry, an embittered and idealistic understudy, arrives for rehearsal and discovers the stage manager is his ex-fiancée.

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