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STEEL a new play presented by Theatrum Orbis Nov. 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 25, 26
The Erickson Theater
Seattle, WA
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STEEL a new play presented by Theatrum Orbis Nov. 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 25, 26
A world premiere of provocative new play, STEEL by Chris Fisher, is presented by Theatrum Orbis November 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 25 at 7:30 PM; November 26 at 3 PM

STEEL explores how a suburban New Jersey family, safe from the problems of the world, is suddenly thrustas so many families were-- into the chaos and violence of September 11, 2001.  The collapse of the Twin Towers is an event that wounds so deeply, only profound silence lies in its wake as the family shields their young son, Walker, from the pain and secrets exposed that day.  But as he comes of age, Walkers questions break the silence that has torn his family, and community, apart.

Our understanding of what happened becomes our story. Our stories shape our identities: for a family, for a nation. They can also hobble us. When our stories of what happened collide, we may stop listening to each other. This play asks if we can start listening again.

Director Duygu Erdogan Monson was co-founder of an award-winning feminist theatre company in Istanbul, Tiyatro Boyali Kus (Theatre Painted Bird).  

--Debra Pralle has acted at Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Village Theatre, and Annex Theatre, where she received the Seattle Times Footlight Award for outstanding acting in Penetralia.  Her film and television highlights include Wild, The Architect, Its Only Life, Grimm, Leverage, The Fugitive.
--Sharva Maynard has performed on regional stages around the country including Village Theatre, Seattle Childrens Theatre, ACT, Intiman, Missouri Rep, The Human Race Theatre in Dayton and Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland.
--Tony Doupe has acted and directed at many theatres across the country including The Seattle Repertory Theatre, The Louisiana Repertory Theatre, The Santa Clarita Repertory, The Empty Space Theatre, New City Theatre, The New Space, The Kennedy Center, Center Rep. and Our American Theatre Company.
--Andrew Grenier has a theatre career that spans over fifty years as an actor, director, producer, and educator. Most recently, he directed God of Carnage, Doubt and Robbie Baitzs Other Desert Cities, in which he also played the role of Lyman Wyeth, at the Whidbey Island Center for the Arts.
--Lucas Oktays stage work has included roles in A Christmas Carol at ACT Theatre, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at SCT, and Shenandoah at Showtunes.  His film and television credits include The Librarians, BizKid$, Haskell (Young Haskell) and The Son, the Father (Young Luke).
--Jason Adkins His films include Lemonheads, Simple Creature, and The Hollow One and the TV series Grimm and Librarians.
--Rich Morris has extensive work in film and TV.  His work can be seen in such films and TV series such as Wild, Grimm, Z Nation, 90210, Leverage and Meet the Backers.

Designer Danny Herter has had his original works performed at On the Boards, Velocity Dance Center, and The Pink Door. The Seattle Times reviewed his work as having "...edgy invention to spare."

Playwright Chris Fisher's plays have been produced at Broadway Performance Hall, New City Theater, Princeton Rep, and the Douglas Fairbanks Theater in NYC.   She is co-author of the book "Serving in Silence" which was made into an Emmy-award winning film.

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The Erickson Theater (View)
1524 Harvard Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
United States



Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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