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Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England
The Ballard Underground
Seattle, WA
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Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England
Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England
By Madeleine George

September 28th - October 13th
Directed by: Lia Sima Fakhouri

Stuck in the middle of a campus financial crisis and an awkward love triangle, Dean Cynthia Wreen is tasked with navigating backlash from the community while juggling her relationship with both her current and former girlfriends who now happen to live under the same roof!

What could go wrong when old love meets new in this lesbian romantic comedy?


The Cast:
DEAN WREEN:  Sarah Rose Nottingham
Dean Wreen is intelligent, educated, and rational.  Despite these qualities, she has decided to invite her ex-girlfriend to live with her and her new girlfriend.  All this at home is coupled with the stress of closing down the college's museum in order to make room for more student housing.

GREER:  Emma Wilkinson
Sharp tongued and fiercely independent but faced with a health crisis, Greer is forced to accept help from her long-time ex-girlfriend Dean Wreen.  Accepting the invitation to stay with her is only complicated by Wreens fresh faced new girlfriend Andromeda.

ANDROMEDA:  Cassandra Leon
Andromeda is a free spirited, 20 something yogini who harbors an obsession with the TV show Friends.  Will her positive attitude and fascination with alternative kinship structures, be enough to keep her from losing her cool around Greers biting wit as they attempt to cohabitate?

EARLY MAN 1:  Matthew Sythandone
One of two highly inaccurate representations of a prehistoric person, this Neanderthal lives in the Pratt Museums diorama.   Frozen in time, they are forced to witness and to narrate all the extra-curricular activities of the students who sneak into the museum.

EARLY MAN 2:  Monica Domena
The second in a pair of historically inaccurate representations of prehistoric people, this Neanderthal also lives in the Pratt Museums diorama bearing witness to and narrating all the after hours activities of the students who sneak into the museum.

THE CARETAKER:  Steven Myers
As both curator and night watchman, The Caretaker of the museum is facing the end of his career along with the end of his precious charge.  Having taken care of the Pratt Museum and its 7 mammoth skeletons for decades, he gives voice to the towns outrage at its closing!

The Creative Team:
DIRECTOR:  Lia Sima Fakhouri
STAGE MANAGER:  Jordan Talbot
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER: Vee Wormsbecker
DRAMATURG:  Anne Everhart

SOUND DESIGNER:  Corinne Hosken
PROPS DESIGNER:  Jenny Burkley
LIGHTING DESIGNER:  Keny Dutton
COSTUME DESIGNER:  Noel Pederson
SCENIC DESIGNER:  Caitlin McCown
BUILD CREW: Mark Fox


PERFORMANCE DATES
Opening Weekend:
Friday, September 28th 8pm
Saturday, September 29th 8pm

Second Week:
PAY WHAT YOU CAN: Monday, October 1st 8pm
Thursday, October 4th 8pm
Friday, October 5th 8pm
Saturday, October 6th 8pm
MATINEE: Sunday, October 7th 2pm

Closing Weekend:
Thursday, October 11th 8pm
Friday, October 12th 8pm
Saturday, October 13th 8pm

Fantastic.Z is Seattles LGBTQ theatre company. An artist founded and run company presenting the Puget Sound with quality theatre focused through a queer lens. In addition to our community outreach and education programs, Fantastic.Z strives to bring fierce, entertaining and passionate theatre while giving a voice to the LGBTQ community and its allies. Fantastic.Z Theatre is a not for profit 501c3 company.

For more information, visit:
http://www.fantasticz.org

Location

The Ballard Underground (View)
2220 NW Market St.
Seattle, WA 98107
United States


Categories

Arts > Performance
Arts > Theatre

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Dog Friendly: No

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