An Actors Equity Association Members' Project Code Presentation
A SEATTLE PREMIERE
By Anton Chekhov
Adapted by Annie Baker
The 16th production from the actors of Theatre9/12 will be Annie Bakers contemporary adaptation of Chekovs Uncle Vanya.
"Strikingly intimate.Ms. baker has given the play a natural but distinctly contemporary American sound ." -- NY Times.
"A fresh rethinking of the material from the perspective of a modern mind Variety
Devastatingly beautiful." -- Village Voice
A stable but slowly decaying familys safe routine is turned upside down by the return of the revered patriarch and his strikingly alluring wife. Desire, disillusionment, and perceived destiny inflame and challenge their crucial tools for survival alternating between ironic humor and touching tragedy.
Featuring the Equity, EMC, and other talented actors of Theatre9/12, Uncle Vanya will be our final production at Trinity Parish Hall until the newly rebuilt space welcomes us back.
CHARLES WAXBERG Director
PAUL O'CONNELL Producing Director
MICHAEL LOSASSO Stage Manager
UNCLE VANYA -- Terry Edward Moore
MARINA -- Therese Diekhans
YELENA -- Colleen Carey
ASTROV -- Tim Gagne
SONYA -- Laura Bannister
PROF. SEREBRYAKOV -- Michael Ramquist
MARIA -- Ruth McRee
TELEGIN -- David Klein
YEFIM (Hired Man/Night Watchman ) -- Michael C. Robinson
Friday Feb 15, 8:00
Saturday Feb 16, 8:00
Sunday Feb 17, 2:00
Friday Feb 22, 8:00
Saturday Feb 23, 8:00
Sunday Feb 24, 2:00
Friday March 1, 8:00
Saturday March 2, 8:00
Sunday March 3, 2:00
Friday March 8, 8:00
Saturday March 9, 8:00
Sunday March 10, 2:00
All performances at Trinity Parish Hall, 609 8th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104
All performances are pay-what-you-can-afford.
For reservations: brownpapertickets.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (206) 332-7908. For more information visit www.theatre912.com
After the shock the world experienced on 9/11/01, every creative artist was summoned to fulfill their traditional responsibility:
To heal and lift humanity to understand this new time
To make order of perceived chaos
To reassess complacent values
To heal the past in order to embrace a progressive step forward.
At Theatre9/12, trained and working actors, both union and non-union, continue to develop their talents and skills through workshops and performances. Their efforts climax with productions presented through the Actors Equity Association Members Project Code. Theatre9/12 staff assists these union actors in making these projects come to life.
Trinity Parish Hall (View)
609 8th Ave
Seattle, WA 98104
|Minimum Age: 12|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|