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  • Playwright Spotlight: Holly Arsenault

    Playwright Spotlight: Holly Arsenault

      Author of Marvelous (2016 Cupcake Spring Readings) Where did the idea for Marvelous come from? I was commissioned by Seattle Children’s Theatre to write an adaptation of The Snow Queen, the Hans Christian Andersen story. It was the same summer that Frozen, which is also based on that story, came out. So, I went to see […]

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  • Playwright Spotlight: Maggie Lee

    Playwright Spotlight: Maggie Lee

    Author RESIDUAL (2016 Cupcake Spring Readings– Shorts Nights!)   Where did the idea for your play come from? I felt like writing another horror play, and the theme “Lost and Found” made me think of ghosts. There’s this specific kind of haunting called a residual haunting, where a past event is replayed over and over. But the […]

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  • Playwright Spotlight: Christi Cruz

    Playwright Spotlight: Christi Cruz

    Untitled (2016 Cupcake Spring Readings– Shorts Night!) Where did the idea for your play come from? Mirror neurons. ( A mirror neuron is a neuron that fires both when an animal acts and when the animal observes the same action performed by another. Thus, the neuron “mirrors” the behavior of the other, as though the […]

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  • Playwright Spotlight: Pearl Lam

    Playwright Spotlight: Pearl Lam

    Author of MidWife Crisis  (2016 Cupcake Spring Readings– Young Playwrights Day) BIO My name’s Pearl and I’m a senior at Lakeside School. I actually started drama fairly late – my junior year, but the arts have always been a huge part of my life. I have played piano for twelve years, and found that each piece […]

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  • Playwright Spotlight: Elizabeth Heffron

    Playwright Spotlight: Elizabeth Heffron

    Author of Portugal (2016 Cupcake Spring Readings) Where did the idea Portugal come from? Fishing over by the Potholes Reservoir in Eastern Washington many years ago, I met lots of people who worked out in ‘the Area’ at the fish table. It was the first I’d heard of the place and I was thoroughly captivated and […]

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  • Playwright Spotlight: Jennifer Jasper

    Playwright Spotlight: Jennifer Jasper

    Author of Here, Gus  (Shorts Night! 2016 Cupcake Spring Readings) BIO: Jennifer Jasper has been performing, directing and writing in Seattle for many years. This year she joins Quickies as a playwright and is thrilled to be a part of this wonderful world. She is currently working on “Pressing Matters,” which will be produced Off Broadway […]

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  • Cupcake Spring Readings Are Here!

    Cupcake Spring Readings Are Here!

    2016 Cupcake Spring Reading Series March 20-22 and 27-29 / Sundays 2pm / Mon/Tue 7:30pm This is a Free/PWYC Event CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT Come enjoy a taste of 13 new plays by women over the course of 2 weeks! Join Live Girls! this March at the Pocket Theater where you can experience tasty full length […]

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  • LG! Announces 2016 Events!

    LG! Announces 2016 Events!

    The Live Girls! are back in action, with fresh new plays and exciting new partnerships!  First up is the return of our Cupcake reading series in March at the Pocket Theater. Then, join us in July for a world premiere play at the Lalie at ACT, in partnership with ACTLab. Read on for more about our awesome […]

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  • Futuretopia- A Space Age Holiday

    Futuretopia- A Space Age Holiday

    JUST ADDED!  SCROLL DOWN FOR FULL AUCTION PREVIEW! Futuretopia– A Space Age Holiday  / Live Girls! Annual Fundraiser Cabaret and Auction  Dec 14th 6:30 pm Doors Open for Drinks and Preshow Fun / 7:30 Performance and Auction AT ACT Theatre Buster’s Space 700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101 Tickets $7 in advance $10 at the door * Available […]

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  • Artist Spotlight: Ana Maria Campoy

    Artist Spotlight: Ana Maria Campoy

    BLOOD/WATER/PAINT [ Mainstage production, Feb. 2015] Role: Susanna ———————————————————— What about the story of Artemisia or the play Blood/Water/Paint are you most intrigued by right now? Honestly it depends on the night. I find myself watching or listening to a different scene every night. Joy has given us an extraordinary play. My fellow actors amaze me every night […]

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