New blog feature - we'll be posting each week's pick here every Thursday morning. And, if we get really ambitious, maybe we'll even start doing picks of the day. So, check back regularly to see what we're lovin' on.
This week's pick of the week is (drumroll please):
WOMEN AND WALLACE, presented by the Young Americans Theatre Company at the Little Theatre on Capitol Hill.
Women and Wallace is the premiere show by The Young Americans’ Theatre Company, a completely youth-run outfit. It is the darkly funny story of a boy’s journey to adulthood as he copes with his mother’s suicide and her impact on his relationship with women. The Young Americans’ Theatre Company provides opportunities for young artists to be involved with theatre outside the influence of traditional educational environments. Its goal is to create theatre that will speak to, inspire, and authentically provoke discussion within the young Seattle community. So, get out there and support your fellows! Women and Wallace only runs for two weeks!
August 7 - 17
Thursdays - Sundays at 8:00 pm
Find out more about YATC here.
Read YATC ensemble member Zoey B’s blog posts about the trials and triumphs of starting your own theatre company on the teen tix blog.
Buy advance tickets here
Or, get Teen Tix tickets at the door, but be sure to show up early, ‘cause there are only 12 Teen Tix tickets available per show!
NOTE: This play contains mature subject matter. It is recommended for people ages 14 and up.