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  • B/W/P Auditions

    B/W/P Auditions

    Announcing auditions for the World Premier of Blood/Water/Paint by Joy McCullough-Carranza, Directed by Amy Poisson. Performing at Theater Off Jackson February 20th – March 14th 2015. Rehearsals start the beginning of January 2015. AUDITIONS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, SEE BELOW FOR DIRECTIONS ON SCHEDULING Audition Dates: Sunday, November 2nd from 5pm-9:30pm, at Theater Puget Sound- Studio B (4th floor of the Seattle Center) […]

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  • Playwright Spotlight: Erin Phillips

    Playwright Spotlight: Erin Phillips

    The Meaning of Ants in My Kitchen [Cupcake Readings, Spring 2014] ———————————————————— Where did the idea for The Meaning of Ants in My Kitchen come from? This play comes from a prompt from Generous Company in Baltimore for a series that they produced called the Gumbo festival, which was based on how the brain responds to art.  A […]

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  • Playwright Spotlight: Julia Christensen

    Playwright Spotlight: Julia Christensen

    Exes [Cupcake Readings, Spring 2014] ———————————————————— Where did the idea for Exes come from? My deep (and embarrassing) love of romantic comedy, combined with the theme of ghosts that I explored in drama class. What was your favorite moment in working on this piece? Hearing it read out loud by my classmates for the first time. Finish the sentence- […]

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  • Playwright Spotlight: Lauren Christine Olson

    Playwright Spotlight: Lauren Christine Olson

    matter [Cupcake Readings, Spring 2014] ———————————————————— Where did the idea for matter come from? The first scene caught me totally off-guard while I was getting water out of the fridge at my mother’s house in the middle of the night. It fell into my head in its entirety and left me scrambling for a pen and paper. I […]

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  • Cupcake 2014 – Spring

    Cupcake 2014 – Spring

    The Cupcake Reading Series is a staple of LG!’s Bakery Play Development program, which helps female playwrights by providing resources like staged readings, talk-backs and new play commissions. With intimate readings followed by talk-backs, the Cupcake Reading Series gives audiences a chance to get to know the work of exciting up and coming playwrights as […]

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  • Quickies 15: Playwright Spotlights

    Quickies 15: Playwright Spotlights

    QUICKIES VOLUME 15, April 18 – May 10 (Get your tickets NOW!) __________________________ What makes a playwright tick? Where do they get their ideas? What are their favorite words? Playwright Spotlights give you a chance to see directly into the minds of the fabulous women who created this years’ Quickies: Ann Eisenberg: Hot Carolyn Kras: American […]

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  • Quickies Volume 15

    Quickies Volume 15

    April 18th – May 10th 2014 Thurs/Fri/Sat @ 8pm | PWYC Mon May 5th @ 8pm Theatre Off Jackson | 409 – 7th Avenue South | Seattle, WA 98104 Tickets: Advance $15 General * $12 Student/Senior * $5 18 and under At the door $20 General * $17 Student/Senior * $5 18 and under Thursdays & Monday […]

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  • Chloe Mason

    Chloe Mason

    Cubicles and Cancer: An RPG  [Quickies 15, April – May 2014] ———————————————————— Where did the idea for Cubicles and Cancer: An RPG come from? I’ve got a group of friends I play Dungeons and Dragons with most weekends, and I’ve always been invested in social change, so the pieces sort of fell into place. What was your favorite […]

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  • Megan Lohne

    Megan Lohne

    The Light Patterns of Strangers [Quickies 15, April – May 2014] ———————————————————— Where did the idea for The Light Patterns of Strangers come from? This amazing exhibit at The Museum of Natural history on bioluminescence.  I was given the challenge of writing a short play about scientists and after reading about how fireflies communicate in patterns and not […]

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  • Carolyn Kras

    Carolyn Kras

    Mastodon [Quickies 15, April – May 2014] ———————————————————— Where did the idea for Mastodon come from? Centenary Stage Company had a call for short plays inspired by mastodons because a mastodon skeleton was once discovered near their theatre.  I never would have written about mastodons without that prompt – sometimes having limitations forces more creativity!  The subject […]

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