Live Streaming Event

Saturday April 11, 2020 at 7:00pm

LIVE! From the Last Night of My Life

by Wayne Rawley

 

Dear Theatre22 Community,

We are thinking about you during this incredible time. It’s been a swift and continual escalation for all of us and the ripple effects of our current crisis are hitting everyone in significant ways.

We sincerely hope that you and your loved ones are safe, sane, and healthy.

As we continue to live isolated from our community, we would like to offer a special, one-time, Live-Streaming Event to bring our friends and patrons together this Saturday April 11th at 7pm: Live! from the Last Night of My Life by Wayne Rawley staged in 2015 (2nd Season).

Our streaming will be a professionally edited, 3-camera, archival video.

This event is FREE but requires pre-registration for security purposes. We have included a donation link should you feel able or inclined; these funds will help keep our staff and artists financially afloat during this uncertain time. Please find the Registration and Donation links below.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to me with any questions you may have. We hope you can join us this weekend!

Looking forward to seeing you again in person when the crisis subsides!

Corey McDaniel ~ Producing Artistic Director

Special thanks to Wayne Rawley and the cast of Live! for permission to stream this very special production!

REGISTER HERE              DONATE HERE

 

Doug Sample is a man who has decided his experiment with life has, for all intents and purposes, failed. He has achieved nothing, accomplished nothing, and has nothing except his graveyard shift at a local gas station and Mini-Mart. He has decided that the best thing for everyone would be if he shot himself in the head, and he is planning to do it right in front of the Mini-Mart’s security cameras at the end of this, his last shift. But before the night is over, Doug will be visited by his past, his present, his possible futures and some particularly annoying customers as he struggles with some of life’s most challenging questions like, “Why should I go on?”, “What does it all mean?”, and perhaps most importantly, “Did I remember to change the cherry syrup in the Slushie Machine?”

Originally staged by Theater Schmeater during its West Coast premiere in 2011, the original cast and crew come together again to bring this award-winning production back to the Seattle stage in 2015.

Starring:
Ryan Higgins
Aly Bedford
Samie Spring Detzer
Katie Driscoll
Heather Gautschi
Jason Sharp
James Weidman
Ashley Bagwell
Corey McDaniel

THIS PRODUCTION WILL BE RESCHEDULED DUE TO COVID-19.

ALL TICKET SALES ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL NEW DATES ARE SOLIDIFIED.  

PLEASE CHECK BACK AT A LATER DATE. 

…a timeless tale of love and forgiveness

A West Coast Premiere

Directed by Corey McDaniel

October 16 thru November 7, 2020
Performed at Seattle Public Theatre – 7312 West Green Lake Dr N.

Thursdays– Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 2pm with hosted talkbacks

*PWYC Preview Thursday October 15th at 8pm

**Special Industry Night Monday October 26th at 8pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recipient of the the 2018 Edgerton Foundation New Play Award, Nonsense and Beauty by Scott C. Sickles follows the eminent British novelist E.M. Forster as his romance with Bob Buckingham, a policeman 23 years his junior, falls prey to his fear of discovery. After Bob marries May, a young nurse, Forster remains ensnared in a turbulent and unique love triangle until his death nearly 40 years later. Based on a true story, Nonsense and Beauty captures the wit and wisdom of one of the last century’s great writers.

“The palpable yearnings of its characters in a time of social repression, even for a renowned writer such as Forster, make it a fascinating and absorbing story.” ~ Mark Bretz, Ladue News

“…[A]n engaging and provocative play that questions whether love is always worth pursuing regardless of the cost. Sometimes it’s impossible to know for certain. All we can do is disregard the nonsense and embrace the beauty.” ~ Calvin Wilson, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

“A lovingly crafted work of substance, that means something, where the attention to detail is strong, and the approach thoughtful.” ~ Lynne Venhaus, St. Louis Limelight

NONSENSE and BEAUTY originally Developed and Produced by THE REPERTORY THEATRE OF ST. LOUIS
Steven Woolf, Artistic Director
Mark Bernstein, Managing Director
Seth Gordon, Production Director
2019

 No Fee Pricing ~ All Fees Included

$35 General Admission    $28 Senior/Military

$18 Student & Industry 

Students and Industry must present ID at Box Office

Online Sales End at 6pm for Day-Of Tickets

Mark your calendars

Reserve Tickets

For Wheelchair Accessible seating, please call the box office at 206.257.2203

Subscribe to our 2-Show Season and Save 20%

Please Note: Merchant and Service fees are included in ticket prices. Online sales end at 6pm for day-of tickets. Check the contents of your cart before completing your purchase to ensure everything is correct. All ticket sales are final. No Refunds.Your tickets may be exchanged for another performance with a minimum of 24 hours notice (subject to availability) by calling the box office at 206.257.2203.

*Special discounts, complimentary tickets, and discount codes are not available for the final two performances of each production.  

 

THE Cast and Crew…

To be announced soon…

 

Sponsored in part by

THIS PRODUCTION WILL BE RESCHEDULED DUE TO COVID-19.

ALL TICKET SALES ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL NEW DATES ARE SOLIDIFIED.  

PLEASE CHECK BACK AT A LATER DATE. 

…a story of love, class, race, family and forgiveness.

A Northwest Premiere

…recent productions at Steppenwolf Theatre and The Kennedy Center

Directed by Julie Beckman

April 24 thru May 9, 2020 
Performed at Seattle Public Theatre – 7312 West Green Lake Dr N.

Wednesdays – Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 2pm with hosted talkbacks

*PWYC Preview Thursday April 23rd at 8pm

**Special Industry Night Monday May 4th at 8pm

Jim and Laurel Parker are about to become new parents. They are broke. They are loud. They are “proud white trash.” When Laurel gives birth to their long overdue child, she and Jim are faced with the biggest challenge of their lives. Byhalia, Mississippi explores a couple in the midst of turmoil and a town with a racially-charged past that finds its way into the present.

“…an American classic … brilliant words so real that they hurt you, they give you hope, and ultimately they heal you if you let them.”  ~ Kelly Wallace, Stage and Candor

“…an important play of reconciliation.”  ~ Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

“…this new drama fuels both the mind and the heart.” ~ Rachel Weinberg, BroadwayWorld: Chicago

“…makes you think, then laugh, then gasp, then cry, then laugh, then think some more …” ~ Helen Meade, Pittsburgh in the Round

Byhalia, Mississippi is a must-see, and one which demands to be talked about.” ~ Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

 No Fee Pricing ~ All Fees Included

$35 General Admission    $28 Senior/Military

$18 Student & Industry 

Students and Industry must present ID at Box Office

Online Sales End at 6pm for Day-Of Tickets

Mark your calendars

Reserve Tickets

For Wheelchair Accessible seating, please call the box office at 206.257.2203

Subscribe to our 2-Show Season and Save 20%

Please Note: Merchant and Service fees are included in ticket prices. Online sales end at 6pm for day-of tickets. Check the contents of your cart before completing your purchase to ensure everything is correct. All ticket sales are final. No Refunds.Your tickets may be exchanged for another performance with a minimum of 24 hours notice (subject to availability) by calling the box office at 206.257.2203.

*Special discounts, complimentary tickets, and discount codes are not available for the final two performances of each production.  

 

THE Cast and Crew…

To be announced soon…

 

Sponsored in part by