quiet presents subUrbia by Eric Bogosian
Flannel, grunge, angst - all represent some part of the 90s that we either remember or wish to forget. As quiet continues exploring our theme - "All or Nothing: Stories of the Disillusioned, Disenfranchised and Displaced" - we are diving head first into disillusionment with our production of subUrbia.
subUrbia tackles class through an exploration of what it means to be 'other' and why it seems like some have more opportunities, some have more motivation, and still some have nothing at all. Journey with a disillusioned group of friends as they are confronted by the lies and excuses which have kept them trapped in a shallow and meaningless existence.
This is a show for mature audiences.
Sooze - Brittany Cox
Jeff - Jeremy Barrett
Erica - Amber Lackey
Norman - Mark Haan
Tim - Kyle Johnson
Bee Bee - Amy Mayes
Buff - Geoff Ramler
Pony - Brady Voss
Pakeesa - Melissa Slaughter
David Orace Kelly, Director
Kevin Bordi, Assistant Director
David Torres, Sound
Betsy Rugg, Costumes
Todd Hulet, Set Designer
Sandra Ponce, Stage Manager
Check out this show outside and then come the next week to see it inside! Panel discussions with actors and our partner organizations will be held after each performance. Come be a part of dialogue for social change!
Seattle Central Community College Plaza
(southwest corner of Broadway and Pine)
July 12, 13, 14*
Limited outside seating, so reserve your FREE ticket.
Pay-What-You-Will donations at the door.
Seattle Central Community College
Broadway Edison Building (main building on SCCC campus)
Room - BE1110
July 16, 17, 18, 19
Limited seating - purchased ticket required
quiet is an Associate Program of Shunpike.
Seattle Central Community College (View)
Seattle, WA 98122
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: Yes!|