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After Hours Holiday Edition

Dec 07 – Dec 22 2015

Join us!

For three holiday-themed cabarets with familiar faces and new favorites!

 

12/7 Kate Jaeger

12/14 After Hours Holiday Reunion with Jessica Skerrit, Sarah Rose Davis, and Frederick Hagreen

12/22 The Family Eisendrath

Tickets
General Admission: $30 Reserved Table for Two: $80

Monday, December 7, Monday, December 14, and Tuesday, December 22, 2015 | 7:30 p.m.

12/7 Kate Jaeger

12/14 After Hours Holiday Reunion with Jessica Skerrit, Sarah Rose Davis, and Frederick Hagreen

12/22 The Family Eisendrath

Tickets
General Admission: $30 Reserved Table for Two: $80

kate_headshotKate Jaeger is active in the Seattle theatre community as an actor, director and educator. Favorite roles include: Madame Thenardier in Les Miserables (Village Theatre), Karen in August: Osage County (Balagan Theatre), Annie in Evil Dead: the Musical (ArtsWest). and Darzee in The Garden of Rikki Tikki Tavi (Seattle Children’s Theatre.) Kate is a proud member of Jet City Improv. She is very happy to be returning to the ArtsWest stage.

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Sarah Rose Davis is a Seattle native with a BFA in Musical Theatre from The Boston Conservatory. Davis has been seen in numerous productions at The 5th Avenue Theater and Village Theatre. Davis played the role of Frenchy in Grease at the 5th. Favorite 5th Avenue credits include: A Chorus Line (Maggie), Rent, Cinderella, Spamalot, Hairspray, and Jasper in Deadland, among others. Last season Davis starred as Fanny Brice in Village Theatre’s production of Funny Girl.
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Jessica Skerritt’s previous ArtsWest credits include tick, tick…BOOM! and Gifts of the Magi. Most recently, Jessica was seen onstage at Village Theatre as Sarah Stone in No Way to Treat a Lady. Favorite local credits include Xanadu (Kira/Clio), The Producers (Ulla), Chasing Nicolette (Gwendolyn), Barefoot in the Park (Corie), and the west coast premiere of Million Dollar Quartet (Dyanne) with Village Theatre; A Christmas Story (Mother) and ELF-The Musical (Deb) with The 5th Avenue Theatre; Grey Gardens (Young Little Edie) and Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey) with ACT/The 5th Avenue Theatre; An Evening of One Acts with ACT. Regionally, she’s performed at Arizona Theatre Company, The Ordway, The Bing Crosby Theatre, and Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre.

Frederick Hagreen couldn’t be more pleased to return to ArtsWest after their record-breaking production of American Idiot. Previous Seattle credits include: Come From Away (Seattle Rep); Jasper in Deadland, Pirates of Penzance (5th Avenue Theatre); Mary Poppins, Les Miserables (Village Theatre). Coming up: Really, Really (ArtsWest), Assassins (ACT/5th Avenue Theatre). Happy Holidays!

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Ian Eisendrath is The 5th Avenue’s Music Supervisor and Alhadeff Family Director of New Works. Broadway and national tours: A Christmas Story. 5th Avenue: Carousel, A Room With A View, Secondhand Lions, Aladdin, A Christmas Story, Vanities, Oklahoma!, On the Town, Sunday in the Park With George, Cabaret, Into the Woods, West Side Story, Company, Sweeney Todd and Miss Saigon. Other regional: Come From Away (La Jolla Playhouse, Seattle Rep), Cabaret (Theatre Under the Stars, The Ordway, American Musical Theater of San Jose), Miss Saigon (Casa Mañana). Concerts: Titanic, My Funny Valentine (featuring Mimi Hines). Recordings: A Christmas Story (Sony Broadway Masterworks). Other credits: guest conductor for three seasons of The Nutcracker, Susan Stroman’s Take Five (More or Less) at the Pacific Northwest Ballet, guest artist at the Banff Centre for the Arts, and guest professor of musical theater performance at the University of Washington. Eisendrath has a degree in conducting music theater and choral repertoire from the University of Michigan.

Anne Eisendrath: 5th Avenue Theatre: The Pirates of Penzance, Into the Woods, Candide, Carousel and The Sound of Music; The Ordway: The Pirates of Penzance. Anne has sung with the Pacific Northwest Ballet, Musica Sacra Chorale and is currently a cantor and soprano section leader at Holy Rosary Church. As a composer/lyricist, Anne is a proud participant of the 5th Avenue New Musical Writer’s Group.