iDiOM Theater's NEW WORKS FESTIVAL at the Conway Muse
iDiOM Theater's primary mission is to bring innovative new performance to the stage. This festival will feature the best original works submitted from far and wide, and brought to life for the first time.
Where great new theater is born.
The playwrights are Sol Olmstead, Andrew Herndon, Riley Penaluna, Lia Romeo and Keith Elsner.
The five plays and a bit of what they're about:
"Hotline" by Lia Romeo- A hopeless teen and a suicide hotline operator find love in desperate places.
"The Nature of Light Falling on Cherry Blossoms" by Keith Eisner- The lengths men go in times of war to control each other and themselves.
"Looks Like Rain" by Riley Penaluna- Space babes and existential absurdity all in the span of a coffee break.
"The Candidate" by Andrew Herndon- Media, politics, and Alf: A study in soundbites and celebrity.
"Shannon" by Solomon Olmstead- Living free and loving hard: The consequences of choice.
iDiOM THEATER presents a mixture of six world premiere and established touring works will visit for one-night only shows.
For the past six year's Bellingham's legendary iDiOM Theater (www.iDiOMTheater.com) has produced an immeasurable quantity of trail-blazing new works of original live theater. iDiOM acts have toured across the U.S.and Canada and this year, for the first time, iDiOM will bring a short season of theatrical work to Skagit County,via the 'iDiOM at the Muse' series.
All tickets are $10, All ages are welcome.
Doors open at 6pm. Refreshments.
18444 Main/Spruce Sts.
Conway, WA 98238
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