The Horse in Motion Presents
By Max Frisch
Translated by Alistair Beaton
Directed by Bobbin Ramsey
Gallery Erato in Pioneer Square
May 17-June 3
Stories of arsonists burning down houses fill the news, but it could never happen here, right? The audience is invited into the center of this fiery and absurdist political parable as The Arsonists puts everyone in the hot-seat. The site-specific production is performed at Gallery Erato in historic Pioneer Square where the Seattle Great Fire raged over a century ago. With tough questions about fate, responsibility, and hair rejuvenator, this play asks the burning question of what it could mean to burn it all down.
There is limited street parking in Pioneer Square, so audience members are encouraged to take other modes of transportation to and from the venue. There is a paid lot adjacent to the venue.
Due to the immersive nature of the show, there will be no late seating.
The venue is wheelchair accessible. Please notify the box office of any mobility concerns.
Please note this performance includes the use of theatrical haze, loud noises, and images of nudity.
Please keep in mind that all sales are final.
A small amount of tickets and a waitlist will be available at the door each night.
Gallery Erato in Pioneer Square (View)
309 1st Ave S
Seattle, WA 98104
|Minimum Age: 13|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|