Pony World Theatre welcomes you to a quaint little neighborhood called the United States of America. Upscale and working class, where suburban streets wind through packed city blocks, this neighborhood feels like a community - and a powder keg. White picket fences will blur and the American tapestry will start to unravel. Eight nextdoor neighbors from Nashville and New York and Montana and San Francisco will gather at the big block party cookout to grill hotdogs, share recipes, fall in love, murder chickens, and finally tell each other what they think.
Pony World Theatre returns to 12th Avenue Arts this summer with their latest creation. American Archipelago examines the daily joys and heartaches of being an American today. Working collaboratively, eight of Seattles most vibrant playwrights have created a tapestry of love and hate letters to this vast and complicated country. Bobbin Ramsey directs a script that was composed by Holly Arsenault, Kelleen C. Blanchard, Tré Calhoun, Vincent Delaney, Brendan Healy, Maggie Lee, Sara Porkalob, and Seayoung Yim.
Rebecca Goldberg, Kenna Kettrick, John Leith, Corinne Magin, Shermona Mitchell, Craig Peterson, Carter Rodriquez, and Bob Williams.
July 27 - August 12 at 12th Avenue Arts. (1620 12th Ave, Seattle)
Thursdays - Saturdays at 8:00pm
Plus PWYC Monday July 31 and Monday August 7
Pay-What-You-Can tickets for 7/31 and 8/7 can be purchased through this website. A few tickets will be held to be sold at the door.
For our $1 night--Thursday, August 3--a limited number of tickets are available at regular price through this site. $1 tickets can be purchased in person, night of the show.
Pony World Theatre is an associated group of Shunpike.
12th Avenue Arts - Main Stage (View)
1620 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
|Minimum Age: 14|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|