Tiny Thin Woman Inside
As part of The Scratch Seattle Workshop Series.
In Pencil: Staged Readings. provides five shows a two week rehearsal and development process culminating in two staged readings. Each of the five shows will receive artistic and producorial support from The Scratch - cast and creative team development, dramaturgical consultations, rehearsal and reading space, as well as access to the entirety of The Scratch: Seattle Workshop Series.
DATES & VENUES:
8/24 - 18th & Union
8/26 - 12th Ave Arts
SUGGESTED DONATION | $5-10
Day Of Tickets | Although online sales close the morning of the event, walkups are always welcome.
After joining an office initiative to lose weight, Mickey vomits her Tiny Thin Woman Inside into existence. Inspired by the popular meme that theres a tiny, thin woman inside every woman if shed only stop eating crap, Tiny Thin Woman Inside explores the relationship women have with their bodies, media representations of weight loss, queer dating while fat, and general anxiety about the violence inherent in trying to fit into a societal norm of size.
Courtney Meaker is a playwright whose work often explores queerness, feminism, and the end of the world. Shes developed plays with Kennedy Center, National New Play Network, Seattle Repertory Theatre, San Francisco Playhouse, Annex Theatre, About Face, Macha Monkey, Kitchen Dog Theater, and the Sewanee Writers Conference. Works include: Buckshot (Dramatic Publishing), Chaos Theory a play seeking order (Original Works),The Lost Girls (Gregory Award Outstand New Play Nominee), Thatswhatshesaid (Stranger Genius Award Nominee), Tiny Thin Woman Inside, and You Must Wear a Hat. Shes an alumna of Seattle Reps Writers Group, a Walter E. Dakin Fellow for Sewanee Writers Conference, and a graduate of the University of Iowas Playwrights Workshop. Shes a 2019/2020 Jerome Fellow at the Playwrights Center in Minneapolis.
18th & Union | 12th Ave Arts (View)
1406 18th Ave | 1620 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|