Flushed: Into the World of Wastewater Treatment
"For more than a decade," writes Stranger critic Brendan Kiley, "solo performer Stokley Towles has been studying us. He examines the mundane aspects of life in Seattle like an anthropologist from another planetour libraries, our trash system, our police force, the history of a single city blockand delivers his findings in rich, understated monologues full of bizarre, colorful trivia and bittersweet observations about how people navigate the world and each other."
In a follow-up to his last performance about stormwater and the sewer system, Towles presents Flushed: Into the World of Wastewater Treatment. The performance asks the question: After we flush where does it all go? Towles interviewed members of the public about their bathroom experiences and spoke to people who work in the world of wastewater. Hear about the creatures that keep Ron, a treatment plant manager, up at night. Learn about the sewage swim team and the day that lemons filled the treatment plant.
Running time: 50 minutes.
Ages: 7 to adult. Performance includes one mention of the word shit.
Online sales close one hour before start time. Open seats will be available for cash at the door.
Doors open half hour before the show. No late seating so make sure to arrive on time. Looking forward to seeing there!
New City Theater (View)
1404 18th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
|Minimum Age: 7|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|