Pick of the Week

The K of D, an urban legend at Seattle Rep

"It was truly an excellent play, and Renata Friedman is a total beast. She manages to portray at least fifteen different characters distinctly and seamlessly, ranging all over the stage as she flips between personalities to tell the story. As she weaves her own legend, you’ll find yourself leaning forward, intrigued and morbidly fascinated by the story." - Tucker C., Teen Press Corps

"...a beautifully detailed and evocative physical production...[featuring] the fierce, dexterous talents of noted Seattle stage actor Renata Friedman." - Seattle Times

"all at once creepy, funny, poignant and moving" - Broadway World Seattle

"As she skitters back and forth across the dock, her shadow looms like a giantess above the eerie rural setting...Her presence truly is larger than life—much larger, in fact, than the skinny, long-limbed girl on stage." - Seattle Met Culture Fiend

"It's impossibly cheesy and delightfully creepy all at once...[director] Abraham makes sure that her bravura performance never distracts us from the mood of a great yarn being told with high style." - Seattle Weekly

The K of D, an urban legend
Through February 20
Seattle Repertory Theatre

Photos by Chris Bennion

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