Directed by Corey McDaniel
October 27th thru November 18th 2017
Performed at 12th Ave Arts ~ 1620 12th Ave
Thursday – Fridays at 8pm
Sundays Nov 5th & 12th at 2pm
*PWYC Preview Thursday October 26th at 8pm
**Special Industry Night Monday Nov 13th at 8pm
A young dancer’s accidental death uproots the lives of four people who, through their shared grief, confront personal passions and unexpected desire. Their emotional honesty and struggle for liberation exemplifies the strength, humor, and complexity of all Wilson’s work. Dangerous, sexy, and raw, Burn This is widely considered to be Wilson’s masterpiece and confirms his standing as one of America’s greatest playwrights.
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THE Cast and Crew…
Carolyn Marie Monroe (Anna) Carolyn is beyond delighted to debut at Theatre22. Last June, she appeared in Strawberry Theatre Workshop’s production of Lydia, directed by Sheila Daniels which was nominated for 5 Gregory Awards. Other favorite roles around town include Eliza Doolittle in Pygmalion (Sound Theatre), Rachel in End Days (Seattle Public Theatre), and Katherine in Henry V (Wooden O). Additionally, she has worked with Seattle Shakespeare Company, Taproot and Theater Schmeater, as well as Portland’s Artist Repertory Theatre and Portland Center Stage. She also spent two years teaching and touring with Seattle Shakespeare’s amazing education program which brings the bard’s words to more than 15,000 students each year. Carolyn is deeply honored to once again collaborate with Corey McDaniel, who directed her as Juliet in GreenStage’s 2010 production of Romeo and Juliet.
Tim Gouran (Pale) Tim is so honored and grateful to be making his debut with Theatre22 and this great group of folks. Tim was lucky enough to have recently worked with Mr. McDaniel on Treasure Island at Book-It Repertory Theatre. He has performed with many Seattle theatres including Seattle Rep, ACT, Aezotrope, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Intiman Theatre, Seattle Children’s Theatre, New City Theater, and Strawberry Theatre Workshop. He got his start with The Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis. He has also appeared in several movies and T.V. episodes, as well as many voice overs for radio and video games.
Jason Sanford (Burton) is excited to make his debut with Theatre22. His most recent role was playing Will in a production of Terrence McNally’s Mothers and Sons at ArtsWest. Other roles include Howard in Death of a Salesman (Arts West), Gbatokai in Festen (New Century), Orlando in As You Like It (Wooden O), and King Ferdinancd in Love’s Labours Lost (Seatte Shakespeare). He has also worked at Book-It, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Shakespeare & Company, and OSF. He is a proud graduate of the PATP program at the University of Washington.
Alex Garnett (Larry) has been acting in Seattle off and on for the past 11 years, and is thrilled to be returning to Theatre22 four years after appearing in their inaugural production of Fifth of July. Seattle credits include 99 Ways to Fuck a Swan (Washington Ensemble Theatre), The Little Dog Laughed and The History Boys (ArtsWest), Mary Stuart (ACT), Breaking the Code (Strawberry Theatre Workshop) The Illusion (Sound Theatre Company). He has also performed with 14/48, Theatre Anonymous, Theater Schmeater, Icicle Creek Theatre Festival, Seattle Shakespeare Company, GreenStage, Live Girls!, ReAct, and many others.