Professor Kiley Takes On Front Porch Theatre

It's high time we blogged about Intiman's Front Porch Theatre series, awesome participatory theatre events at "unexpected venues" like coffee shops, libraries, and churches. And today gives us the perfect motivation, because our own Professor Kiley (also known as Brendan Kiley, Arts Editor of the Stranger and teacher of our upcoming Young Critics Workshop) will be reading the part of Young Abe Lincoln. Oh, this is going to be wonderful. Come on down!

Intiman Front Porch Series for Abe Lincoln in Illinois
TONIGHT! Tuesday, October 6th @ 6:00 PM
Mount Zion Baptist Church
1634 19th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122


About FRONT PORCH THEATER (from INTIMAN's website):

Front Porch Theater brings the stories on our stage to life in neighborhood gathering spots (including coffee shops and libraries) and unexpected venues that encourage spontaneous participation. Family, friends and neighbors come together to read an excerpt from the American Cycle play aloud, followed by moderated conversation about the issues and ideas it inspires. All are welcome; those who don’t wish to read are encouraged to attend as audience and participate in the discussion. This fall, Intiman will join with community partners to co-host a Front Porch series for Abe Lincoln in Illinois, with readers taking on iconic roles from the play. For more information about the schedule or to participate please write us at [email protected].

Abe Lincoln in Illinois
INTIMAN Theatre
Through November 15th
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