The Hen Night Epiphany
Arouet in conjunction with
The Driftwood Players' Theatre of Intriguing Possibilities present
the North American premiere of
THE HEN NIGHT EPIPHANY
A play by Award Winning Irish Playwright Jimmy Murphy
March 28-April 6, 2013 at The DownStage Theatre
4029 Stone Way North, Seattle
(also plays March 21-24 at the
Wade James Theatre in Edmonds)
Five women. One hen night. Too many secrets.
A heart lifting tale of five women who take to the countryside for a night of fun and laughter that unexpectedly leaves their lives turned upside down. A week before the wedding of her dreams, a woman wonders if some secrets should never be kept, no matter what the cost.
The Hen Night Epiphany promises to be an evening of laughter and tears with a hen night you will never forget.
Directed by Roy Arauz, the cast features Colleen Carey, Laura Crouch, Ellen Dessler, Frances Hearn, and Kelly Johnson.
Jimmy Murphy is one of Ireland's leading playwrights having written plays including Brothers Of The Brush, The Kings Of The Kilburn High Road and The Castlecomer Jukebox. In 2008 a version of The Kings Of The Kilburn High Road was produced as a feature film, Kings, and was Ireland's official entry in the Oscars.
What is a Hen Night: A bachelorette party, hen party, hen do, or hen night, is a party held for a woman who is about to be married. The term hen party or hen night is more common in the UK, Ireland, New Zealand, and Australia, while the term bachelorette party is more common in the United States.
Performances at the DownStage Theatre:
March 28Thursday7:30 pm
March 29Friday7:30 pm
March 30Saturday2:00 pm
March 30Saturday7:30 pm
April 4Thursday7:30 pm
April 5Friday7:30 pm
April 6Saturday7:30 pm
All tickets to The Hen Night Epiphany are $14.
Please note: this site is only for advance purchase of tickets for the Seattle run. Visit http://www.driftwoodplayers.com for tickets to the dates in Edmonds.
The DownStage Theatre (aka Stone Soup Theatre)
4029 Stone Way North
Seattle, WA 98103
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|