Parley proudly presents a world premiere workshop production.
written by Julieta Vitullo
directed by Rebecca Tourino Collinsworth
production coordination by Hannah Merrill
Raúl E. Peyret
Monday, 16 April
West of Lenin
About the play:
One location has haunted Nora since she was six: Her visits to the Iguazú Falls have come to symbolize everything shes gained and lost since she left her home country to be a geology professor in the States. Engaged to an American-born academic, orphaned by her family and by language itself, Nora struggles to master lucid dreaming in order to navigate the turbulent waters of a recent trauma. Now, with the help of a serpent parrot god, Nora must walk the blurry line between reality and dream, land and abyss, history and myth to find home again.
Access for all ticketing:
Parley is a Theater of Access, committed to making art that's affordable for everyone.
In keeping with this value, we reserve several seats at each performance to distribute to our patrons free of charge.
We release these tickets on a first-come, first-served basis beginning one hour before the show.
Guests who prefer to guarantee their seating in advance may easily purchase tickets online.
West of Lenin (View)
203 North 36th St.
Seattle, WA 98103
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|