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Afterwords (Beta Series - New Musical)
This is a double recommendation. Just saw the opening performance of Afterwords. A Beta Series production at the Village theatre. Not only is this story well constructed and well told by some powerhouse local talent, but you as an audience member get to give feedback to the Broadway veteran creative that is developing this new musical. The story touches on grief and loss, the finding of purpose and the channeling of creative drive. Andi Alhadeff’s vocals are inspired and moving. Emily Kaczmarek’s book is some incredible writing and Zoe Sarnak’s music is brilliant and poignant. Engage, enjoy and be inspired.
The Noteworthy Life of Howard Barnes at Village Theatre in Issaquah
Howard Barnes is a perfectly average American guy: he likes baseball, grilling, and his daily routine. That is, until the day he wakes up to discover his life has become a musical. On stage September 13 - October 21, 2018 in Issaquah.
An optimistic thought! A great lecture on global economy and well-being.
I am happy to translate this lecture from Catalan for any of my LIKEWISE followers! The lecturer is really animated and the graphs and graphics are really easy to absorb.
ZM at Village Theatre in Issaquah
From the creators of Urinetown comes the story of a remote American town where one fast-food franchise is test-marketing a new sandwich that, apparently, turns people into zombies. The Walking Dead meets The Book of Mormon in this hysterical new musical that follows two teenage lovers (and fast-food workers) who set off to penetrate the corporate behemoth behind this fast-food fiasco and learn the terrible truth about the source of the plague and the outcome it was designed to create… all while navigating teenage love. On stage June 1-10, 2018 at First Stage in Issaquah.