2014-2015 Season

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web-constant-contact-600w-mountaintop The Mountaintop
By Katori Hall
September 11 – October 5, 2014

Northwest Premiere, 2010 Olivier Award Winner

On the re-imagined eve of his assassination, we meet Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. weary, restless, and in a lonely motel room.  Visited by a mysterious young woman and forced to confront the meaning of his life, his destiny, and his own humanity, we are given a glimpse into the person behind his revered leadership. Gripping, daring, and powerful, this play melds humanness with legacy, and mortality with spirituality. Your heart will be touched and your soul stirred.

*strong language

Music & lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul
Book by Peter Duchan
October 23 – November 22, 2014

Seattle Premiere, 2013 Lucille Lortel Award for Best Musical

Based on the 1991 Warner Bros. film, Dogfight is the romantic and heartbreaking story of three young marine’s in 1963 on the eve of the deployment to the small but growing conflict in Vietnam. Their last evening of fun and debauchery has a cruel edge and Eddie Birdlace enlists a sweet but awkward waitress, Rose Fenny, to join him at the party that night. Rewriting the rules of the game she has become a part of, Rose teaches young Eddie the meaning of compassion.

 *mature themes, strong language

web-constant-contact-600w-judyJudy’s Scary Little Christmas
Book by David Church and Jim Webber
Music and Lyrics by Joe Patrick Ward
December 4 – December 28, 2014

Making spirits bright this holiday season is none other than Judy Garland, reveling in all things old Hollywood glam!

“My goodness, I’m back home again.  I’ve missed you all so much!” 

 With spiked grog in hand, Judy welcomes her baggage-ridden celebrity stars – Bing Crosby, Liberace, Ethel Merman, Joan Crawford, Lillian Hellman, VP Richard Nixon, Punch, and a special dark guest – to her 1959 TV Christmas Special.  Stylized zany camp is the wrappings on this gift of clever satire, endearing fun and wicked toe-tapping music!

web-constant-contact-600w-4000miles4000 Miles
By Amy Herzog
January 22 – February 15, 2015

Northwest Premiere, 2012 Obie Award Winner, 2012 New York Times Outstanding Playwright Award, 2013 Pulitzer-Prize nominee

A story of communication, unspoken bonds, and tenderness with jagged edges, 4000 Miles brings together a 21 year old grandson and his 91 year old feisty, fiercely independent grandmother.  Through their days spent together in her New York apartment, we realize that Leo is not there to comfort his grandma during her lonely years, but instead he is the one in need of her straight-forward no-nonsense brand of love. That is…. when she has her teeth in and her hearing aide turned on. 

By David Henry Hwang
March 5 – March 29, 2015

Seattle Premiere

This laugh-out-loud comedy by the much celebrated Tony-Award winning playwright David Henry Hwang (M. Butterfly), merrily spews forth mutilated and mangled idioms, slang and pronunciations, against the backdrop of stranger-in-a-strange-land tensions.  Our protagonist, a naïve American business man, finds himself in China trying to sell a Cultural Minister signs with proper English translations, all the while making his own blunders not only in language, but in cultural etiquette, sex, and in searching for the best guanxi! 

*mature themes

web-constant-contact-600w-angryAngry Housewives
Book by A.M. Collins
Music and Lyrics by Chad Henry
April 23 – May 24

The Angry Housewives are baaaaaccckkk!!  Bored with their everyday mediocre existence and tired of the men in their lives, our four heroines get angry and form a punk-rock band to win some much needed cash in a local contest.  Beginning with the first licks, this satirical twist on 1980’s feminism turns into a feverishly rompy rock-musical.  Outrageous and irresistible, first produced in 1985 with music and lyrics by Seattlelite Chad Henry, Angry Housewives lays claim to the longest sold out run of a musical in Seattle history.  These gals will have you Eating Your… Cornflakes!

*strong language