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203 N 36th St
Seattle, 98103 United States

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April 2017

CARNY GIRL

April 30, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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West of Lenin, 203 N 36th St
Seattle, 98103 United States

The Moonshine Revival Tent returns with another story-and-song extravaganza! CARNY GIRL tells the tale of Betsy, a Kansas girl who runs away with a traveling carnival, only to face the romantic pursuit of the sideshow's Alligator Man. Also on the line-up: THE TRIAL OF PASTOR GOODSON, about a Rhode Island preacher who finds himself in a wilderness both spiritual and physical.

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May 2017

Studio 45 – Pilgrims

May 16, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - May 20, 2017 @ 8:00 pm
West of Lenin, 203 N 36th St
Seattle, 98103 United States

Performances May 16 - 20th at 8pm NEW FOR 2017, Forward Flux Productions is proud to introduce the Studio 45 workshop series. Studio 45 gives a creative team 4 weeks to workshop a brand new play, with 5 public performances. In addition, audiences will have the opportunity to attend select open rehearsals for an insiders’ look at bringing a new play to life. For our inaugural Studio 45 production, we are presenting Pilgrims, by Claire Kiechel. Claire will be joining…

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August 2017

The Other Town, by Tré Calhoun

August 15, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
West of Lenin, 203 N 36th St
Seattle, 98103 United States

Parley proudly presents a world premiere workshop! THE OTHER TOWN by Tré Calhoun directed by Rebecca Tourino Collinsworth featuring: Daemond Arrindell Mykail Cooley Beth Cooper Sienna Burnett Robert Hankins Elena Joyner Drew Combs Tuesday, August 15 7 pm West of Lenin ABOUT THE PLAY: Dec has a unique power: He can swap places with himself 30 years in the future. But as his idealism combats an eerie feeling that his wife is cheating on him, Dec finds himself lost in…

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August 2018

Anton by Brian Dang

August 21, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
West of Lenin, 203 N 36th St
Seattle, 98103 United States

Parley presents a world premiere workshop production! Anton a new play by Brian Dang Historical records have given us only a few things to ponder about the life of Antinous, a famous boy known above all as Roman Emperor Hadrian’s young lover. One: he was from Bithynia, and joined Hadrian’s side at an adolescent age; two: he, at least once, went hunting with the Emperor; and three: he died under unknown circumstances in the Nile. The legacy of their relationship…

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September 2018

Gills! Gills! Gills! by Celeste Mari Williams

September 3, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
West of Lenin, 203 N 36th St
Seattle, 98103 United States

What if sea creatures weren’t governed by their biological imperative? In three quirky short plays, octopuses, seahorses, and anglerfish reveal unseen depths as they navigate dating, mating, and the survival of their species in an ocean of possibility. Parley presents a world premiere workshop production! Gills! Gills! Gills! 3 short plays about mating in the deep by Celeste Mari Williams directed by Rebecca Tourino Collinsworth production coordination by Hannah Merrill featuring Aimee Decker Stephanie Spohrer Denny Le Tom Fraser and…

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October 2018

Lonely Planet, a play by Steven Dietz

October 25, 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
West of Lenin, 203 N 36th St
Seattle, 98103 United States

Written and directed by Steven Dietz and starring Michael Winters and Reginald Andre Jackson. Set in a small map shop on the oldest street in an American city, Lonely Planet is an intimate portrait of two friends at the height of the AIDS epidemic. Growing increasingly fearful of the outside world, Jody, the shop owner, retreats inside his store and refuses to leave. Jody's quiet denial is in sharp contrast to his fantastical and extroverted friend, Carl, who repeatedly urges…

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Theater: Lonely Planet by Steven Dietz

October 26, 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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West of Lenin, 203 N 36th St
Seattle, 98103 United States
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Written and directed by Steven Dietz and starring Michael Winters and Reginald Andre Jackson. Set in a small map shop on the oldest street in an American city, Lonely Planet is an intimate portrait of two friends at the height of the AIDS epidemic. Growing increasingly fearful of the outside world, Jody, the shop owner, retreats inside his store and refuses to leave. Jody's quiet denial is in sharp contrast to his fantastical and extroverted friend, Carl, who repeatedly urges…

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October 2019

Theater: The Call of Cthulhu

October 31, 2019 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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West of Lenin, 203 N 36th St
Seattle, 98103 United States
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Adapted for the stage from Lovecraft's cult classic, THE CALL OF CTHULHU introduced the world to the iconic huge alien. Set in Providence in 1954, the story follows a university professor who is executor of her great-aunt's estate. While going through her papers she uncovers a mystery spanning eons of time and crossing the world, culminating in murder, insanity and a giant alien god.

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February 2020

Concert: Love Will See Us Through

February 8, 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
West of Lenin, 203 N 36th St
Seattle, 98103 United States
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An evening of LGBTQ+ interpretations of beloved romantic showtunes sung by some of Seattle's favorite musical theatre artists! This one night only cabaret is an early Valentine to Broadway without boundaries and love without limits. Directed & Hosted by Jon Lutyens Music Direction by Sam Peters

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